CAPE TOWN, 13 August 2019 – Logistics service provider Van den Bosch DMCC has concluded a partnership with freight forwarder STACKS Logistics in Cape Town. STACKS brings over 15 years of experience in African logistics and will become the local agent for Van den Bosch in South Africa as of 1 September 2019.
"With this partnership we aim to further develop our liquid bulk transport activities from and to South Africa”, General Manager Bart van de Vorst of Van den Bosch DMCC explains “The focus is specifically on the transport of liquid food products in ISO tank containers. The South African market offers huge opportunities in regards to the transport of liquids in bulk as an alternative to the traditional drums and IBC’s. With the start of this promising partnership, we want to further strengthen our position as a tank operator on the South African market.”
Managing Director Olivier Vanreusel is delighted with the partnership: “We are excited to develop the liquid bulk activities together with Van den Bosch and aim to become a key player within the food & beverage logistics industry in South Africa.” An additional advantage is that STACKS offers in-house customs. “We operate as a freight forwarder with our own customs department. This will enable Van den Bosch to offer their South African customers a full in-house door to door solution.”
“The start of this partnership marks a next step on the African market”, Van de Vorst continuous. “Just like Van den Bosch, STACKS has a strong focus on Africa. The slogan ‘connecting Africa’ fits in seamlessly with our vision and ambitions.” Vanreusel agrees: “We share similar values, vision and focus. We aim to keep developing partnerships with Van den Bosch in other African countries as well and conquer these markets together.”
Signing of the agreement by Bart van de Vorst, General Manager of Van den Bosch DMCC, and Olivier Vanreusel, Managing Director of STACKS Logistics.