Shipping alcohol from South Africa to mainly West Africa is one of the largest transport flows of Van den Bosch on the African market.
Worldwide, food ethanol is often shipped in tank containers. Africa gets food alcohol from e.g. Europe, India/Pakistan and South America. But the major part of it comes from Durban in South Africa. This South African alcohol is mainly sold to the beverages and pharmaceutical industries. The ethanol produced in South Africa comes from sugarcane molasses, a by-product of sugar.
Van den Bosch is very active in shipping alcohol from South Africa to mainly the West African market. Thanks to our 26,000 litre ISO tank containers, we can transport the maximum quantity of alcohol. You can save considerably on transport costs per ton.
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