Manica has joined the X2 Projects network, a global logistics network of professional, independent and quality driven freight forwarders. X2 Logistics Networks was established in 2012 and X2 Projects was the first specialty group to be launched. The networks comprises five with a membership of more than 560 distinct companies from more than 162 countries representing all facets of the transportation industry. The members of X2 Projects represent major sea and airports around the world and are capable of providing comprehensive and competitive logistics solutions in around the world.
According to Manica Sales Executive. Jacqueline Hebbard-Ferreira, joining the X2 Projects network provides for better cooperation with international freight forwarders. “Manica is well geared to handle and transport bulk and break bulk cargo especially for ultra scale development projects. We have been involved in a vast array of major projects in southern Africa, especially where Walvis Bay was the chosen port of entry for plant, mining equipment or other break bulk cargo destined for countries such as Zambia, Botswana, DRC, Angola and Zimbabwe. Through our Luderitz port we’ve also been actively involved in transporting large machinery and parts for the renewable energy projects in the northern Cape, South Africa. So joining the X2 network makes perfect sense in broadening out scope and cooperation with other international forwarders for cargo destined to SADC countries in Africa,” she said.
X2 is dedicated to growing a professional network of reliable and capable logistics professionals and is actively pushing to further develop the networks and assist members for the greater benefit of each unique company. The X2 team and management has more than 50 years of combined logistics experience, is capable of conversing in more than 15 different languages, and brings with them the experience and skill acquired from a plethora of aspects of business development and networking needed to run a group of successful networks.