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Germans jumps on board to assist Jozi freight system

10 February 2017 4:29 PM

Gauteng Roads and Transport MEC has signed a Joint Declaration of Intent with the German government for a safer, greener industry.

Ismail Vadi, Gauteng Roads and Transport MEC, says Gauteng Roads and Transport has signed a Joint Declaration of Intent with the German government.

Vadi says they have been cooperating with the Germans on this for the past six months.

They have now signed the declaration of intent with the German deputy minister for the Environment, Building and Nuclear Safety Gunther Adler to continue this cooperation.

Vadi says one of the challenges is dealing with the many heavy duty trucks on the roads, often overloaded.

We want to see out how we can move them on a safer basis, and move them faster, and bring in greener and more sustainable transport.

Ismail Vadi, Gauteng Roads and Transport MEC

He says they also want a more inclusive industry.

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10 February 2017 4:29 PM

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