Established over 20 years ago, GSF Group of Companies has grown and developed into an ISO 9001-2015 & ISO 45001-2018 certified, SQAS-Africa Accredited, Level 1 BBBEE company; and has emerged as one of the largest diversified transport and logistics service providers in the region. With a fleet of over 120 rigs, we are today a leading, multi-sector road freight & logistics company. Within the GSF Group, our various divisions service short haul, long haul, cross-border services, abnormal, liquid bulk, cold-chain, warehousing, distribution and project market sectors, with a group client base that varies from small companies to major corporates, mines and global clearing & forwarding agents.

Our Africa head office is based in Durban, 12km from the Durban Port Hub in Bayhead and less than 10km from the N2 & N3 corridors. Our footprint covers the entire SADC region, with operational bases in Cape Town, Johannesburg (also covering Southern Mozambique), Zimbabwe (also covering Northern Mozambique & Malawi) and Zambia (also covering Southern DRC).

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Afrque: /ˈafrɪkə/
From Latin, referred to all lands south of the Mediterranean.
Origin – Phoenician (Afiri), meaning dust, in reference to the sand storms of the Sahara.
“During the past 5 years we have grown our Africa cross border load book alone by almost 25% year on year…”
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Projects: /ˈprɒdʒɛkt/
from Latin projectum ‘something prominent
Early senses of the verb were ‘plan’ and ‘cause to move forward’.
“Our abnormal & low-bed trailers are specifically geared for the transport of your extremely heavy and wide loads.…”
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Freight: /freɪt/
From Middle German, meaning goods transported in bulk by truck, train or ship
Origin – Old German (vracht), meaning hire of a ship for transporting goods.
“Provides flexible, turnkey road freight solutions are designed to meet the specific needs of our customers throughout South Africa…”
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Bulk: /bʌlk/
Middle English the senses ‘cargo as a whole’ and ‘heap, large quantity’ (the earliest recorded) are probably from Old Norse búlki ‘cargo’;
“When you place value on every single drop, and that your partners understand the value of YOUR liquid gold…”
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GSF Commodity
kəˈmɒdɪti/
From Old English, meaning a raw material or product that can be bought and sold.
Origin – Latin (commodus), meaning a useful or valuable article that may be traded.
“We understand the importance of Just-In-Time (JIT). Our service offering aims to keep your inventory costs low, cash flow high your business efficient…”
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GSF Resources
Resource: /rɪˈsɔːs,rɪˈzɔːs/
From Old French, meaning a nation’s collective means of supporting itself.
Origin – Latin (re_surgere), meaning to rise in support ofor to defend your cohort.
“That's a major problem for the road the SADC region’s economies; transportation and logistics as a sector is growing rapidly - but workforce development isn’t yet keeping pace.”
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