Transport

FFS own and operate a fleet of over 50 long distance road tankers and a further 20 short distance vehicles for the collection and delivery of fuel oils.

The Company strategy is to move the bulk of our raw materials and products and only a small percentage is moved by contractors. This gives us greater flexibility and control over scheduling and provides improved security of supply.

Our vehicles operate out of five different centres across South Africa providing national coverage. We also run four vehicle maintenance workshops to keep our rigs in exceptional working order.

FFS is a SABS-registered tanker manufacturer, building to SANS 1518:2008. As such our vehicles comply with international standards of design and safety. Each tanker is purpose designed for the product to be transported to ensure maximum cost effectiveness and trouble-free operation. For example FFS have designed and built tankers for the transportation of coal tar with a high solid content. These units were designed with internal screw conveyors to enable the material to be fully unloaded without blockage when settlement occurs.

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For queries relating to deliveries or collections, contact:

Durban
Shane Govender
Phone: 031 465 1466
Fax: 031 465 1473
Cell: 083 655 1198
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Pietermaritzburg
Peter Sutcliff
Phone: 033 398 1651
Fax: 033 398 7652
Cell: 079 515 3031
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Cape Town
Frikkie Engelbrecht
Phone: 021 557 5301
Fax: 021 557 0667
Cell: 082 733 4418
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Chloorkop
Lizette Jansen van Rensburg
Phone: 011 976 2196
Fax: 011 976 4006
Cell: 079 524 1161
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Evander
Francois Raubenheimer
Phone: 017 632 9100
Fax: 017 632 9119
Cell: 082 076 5419
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