Fruit Cargo Logistix


Fruit Cargo Logistix was formed in 2010 and managed to position our self as a key transport company in a variety of industries ,currently consisting of over 50 flat deck / tautliner link combinations and 5 refrigerated units in the group.

With offices throughout South Africa Fruit Cargo Logistix strategy is to mainly focus on fresh produce and the agricultural sector ,but not limited to other sectors. With our competent staff and operational systems in place we will handle any load that comes our way.

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Permanent  Sub contractors: 

We handle a fleet of 10 permanent subcontractors on a variety of routes and contracts whereby we provide the following service

  • Fuel: Fuel is supplied for work done with FCL on permanent basis
  • Trailer rental: Can be rented from FCL on permanent basis at reasonable rates.
  • Invoicing: We offer our permanent sub contractors an option on early payment on invoicing based on discount
  • Breakdown assistance: We assist with break downs with a variety of partners across South Africa       

Transportation throughout South Africa and SADC countries

With office throughout South Africa and a fleet of contractors we are more than capable to handle any transportation need. We specialize in a variety   type of trucks ie : flat /tauliner links , tri axles , tippers and reefer trucks .

Railroad Transportation

With our own rail account we specializes in rail transportation whereby we can offer this service to our clients as an alternative for both local or cross boarder load for:

  • Dry bulk and palletised goods
  • Refrigerated container



With over 70 transport companies by our side we established a good name in a variety of  fields especially in the citrus sector whereby we move over 2500 loads from areas such as Letsitele /Hoendspruit , Marblehall /Groblersdal , Burgersford , Mokopane  and Nelspruit to Durban , Cape town and Maputo harbours for exsport purposes from aprill to October every year.

We specialise in moving grapes from Marble Hall, Kakamas and Namibia to the port of Cape Town.