GPS Levelling and Farming Innovation in Africa

GPS Levelling and Farming Innovation in Africa One aspect of precision farming is using technology for field levelling, commonly called GPS Levelling. This benefits commercial farmers with not only a more level farmland, but ultimately reduces soil erosion, saves water and helps with a more even harvest yield. The Importance [...]

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Precision farming in Africa

Precision farming in Africa Precision farming, also known as precision agriculture, is developing exponentially – revolutionizing the agrarian industry.  Modern farming practices focuses on optimal use of acreage, crop yields and machines, enhanced by specific data and technological inputs.  By combining available resources, such as integrated crop management systems, more [...]

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Unitrans Mozambique Business News 2020

New Contract with Companhia de Sena in Marromeu Unitrans Mozambique has been awarded a new contract within the agricultural sector with Companhia de Sena which is owned by Tereos, the second largest sugar producer in the world. The contract is based in Marromeu on the banks of the Zambezi River [...]

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Covid-19 Interventions

Covid-19 Interventions Unitrans has compiled a comprehensive Intervention Response Plan for COVID-19 to proactively equip Unitrans with information, preparedness and action strategies to mitigate and prevent exposure to or the transmission of the COVID-19 virus to fellow employees, business partners and communities within which we operate. In order to make [...]

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Covid-19 Relief Madagascar

Unitrans Madagascar donated 1 500 000 MGA to the Lions Club International of Fort-Dauphin in order to come to the aid of the Marillac School which takes in street children. This school relies completely on public sector donations. Their biggest requirement is food supplies to feed the many more children [...]

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Unitrans Africa Covid-19 Training

The COVID-19 pandemic was confirmed to have reached Namibia on 14 March 2020. The country went into a lockdown on 28 March 2020. Unitrans Namibia has been granted a permit to work during the lockdown due to the fact that we transport essential goods in fuel and salt. All precautions [...]

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