Cross-border transport company South African Botswana Haulers (SABOT) Management recently received its first instalment of 15 of a total of 50 Volvo Truck vehicle combinations that the company purchased from Volvo Trucks.
This increases the total operating fleet of the company to 462 vehicles, all of which are Volvo trucks. The latest addition to the fleet is the new generation FMX 400 6×4 truck tractor.
“Volvo Trucks is proud to have been a partner of SABOT since 1992. We hope that our association will continue as we strive to be the best cross-border transport provider on the continent,” says Malcom Gush, director truck sales, Volvo Group South Africa.
SABOT specialises in cross-border transport industry; its footprint extends throughout Africa with offices in South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Namibia and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). It travels to Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique and South Africa. It has more than 1 200 trailers.
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