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Sub-Saharan Africa

Wabco will expand its services and technological offerings for commercial vehicles in Africa after acquiring the remaining interest of its partnership with Sturrock and Robson Industries.

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Market Snapshot: Fleet Market Conditions in Sub-Saharan Africa

South Africa is largest market of commercial vehicles in Africa. The corporate fleet market in South Africa is estimated at 1.2 million vehicles. New vehicle sales in the next two largest markets -- Nigeria and Kenya -- have collapsed due to sluggish economies and depressed prices for commodities.

DHL Appoints Sub-Saharan CEO

DHL Global Forwarding, a provider of air, sea, and road freight services in Europe and Asia, has appointed Daniella de Pauw as chief executive officer, Sub-Saharan Africa.

Ford Targets Mobility in Africa

Since the beginning of the year, Ford has been conducting a range of experiments and developer challenges around the globe, including in Africa, to gain a better understanding of consumers’ mobility needs.

DHL Sees Growth in African Market

DHL SSA said it expects 2015 to be a year of growth for the logistics industry on the African continent, largely driven by increased consumer demand and the rapidly developing e-commerce industry.

Asset Management Companies Invest in Pan-African Logistics Company

The Carlyle Group (CG) and Investec Asset Management have announced that they have agreed to invest in J&J Africa, a pan-African logistics company specializing in the road transportation of general cargo along the Beira corridor, one of Southern Africa’s key trade routes.

Overview: Sub-Saharan Fleet Market

The fleet market in Sub-Saharan Africa faces many challenges, such as insufficient availability of capital, but also a limited skills employment base and risks due to political instability.

GM Consolidates Operations in Africa

PORT ELIZABETH, SOUTH AFRICA – General Motors is consolidating its Sub-Saharan Africa and North Africa operations into a new unit, GM Africa, effective immediately.