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FREIGHT ADVISER

Shipping your car to Zimbabwe

SHIPPING  cars TO ZIMBABWE
This is that time of the year when people are making last minute frantic efforts to ship their cars to Zimbabwe. With t
he deadline of October 31, 2011 fast approaching, most people are not really clear with what is happening in Zimbabwe.
Sending  vehicles to Zimbabwe has become a bit complicated as most customers do not know what to do. Let me clarify
a bit. 
Shipping to Zimbabwe will become difficulty for people after 31 oCTOBER, 2011.The Government of Zimbabwe through  its TRANSPORT Minister Nicholas Goche, on 1 July 2011; announced an extension on the proposed ban of second hand cars into Zimbabwe.The original deadline was announced in September 2010. The idea was to ban the importation of second hand cars that are more than 5 years. The ban was originally set to be 31 March 2011. It was then extended to 31May 2011. But as consultations are still underway, the minister of Transport extended the deadline by a further 3 months to 31 October 2011. Mr Goche was quoted on 1st July;2011 saying:"I want to advise all concerned that no one will be barred from importing vehicles which are more than five-years-old until the consultative process is completed,”He went of further to say:"Therefore, the effective date restricting the importation of second-hand vehicles into the country remains October 31, by which date the consultative process would have been completed to which my office will give further direction.”

WHAT THE PUBLIC MUST TO NOW? CONTACT SAVANNAH FREIGHT SERVICES
If you intend to ship your vehicle that is more than 5 years old to Zimbabwe, before the proposed deadline; please contact Savannah Freight Services.Savannah Freight Services ships your vehicle through either Namibia or South Africa.Delivery time is usually 21-36 days but may be subject to change without notice.

15 Comments to Shipping your car to Zimbabwe:

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beaded shrug on 01 October 2011 20:46
Great blog.
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auto accident lawyers on 21 March 2013 06:56
I am interested in your services. Can you please share about your charges with us? I am sure this unique service will help many people interested in shipping cars to Zimbabwe.


Savannah Freight Services-UK on 23 October 2011 21:05
Thanks for you feedback. Here at Savannah Freight Services-UK we will always strive to give our valued customers enough information for them to make an informed decision.
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Ari Driving School on 27 February 2013 09:15
To send vehicles out of the country is so difficult because of there are many rules and regulation. As far I know that Savannah Freight Services has a great reputation for shipping cars to Zimbabwe, Namibia, Botswana and especially South Africa. I hope anyone can contact with Savannah Fright Services for better service. Thanks!!!


BIANCA NERO on 01 November 2011 19:56
Still a great blog my friend.
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m chamunorwa on 01 November 2011 19:56
hie i would like to buy a mercedes benz c200 kompressor from the uk how do i go about it .i am a zimbabwean based home. regards mc
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Godfrey on 02 November 2011 01:50
Thank you very much for contacting us at Savannah Freight Services-UK. We are the only company dedicated to shipping cars from UK to Zimbabwe via Walvis Bay. I am delighted that you have come to the right place. We do our best to provide you with the best possible service. We will buy the car for you and send it to you; simple as that.We will do the ground work for you. You will give us your vehicle requirements. We look for your car from our trusted dealers. We give you all details until you are satisfied. Then; we will purchase and ship your car. We also do car clearance at Walvis Bay and Car duty clearance at Plumtree border post. We have a representative for Savannah Freight Services in Zimbabwe, whom you will work with. You can contact Edson Chiriga on 00263772604729 for more details of how we are supporting thousands of customers to buy their cars from UK to Zimbabwe.Please feel free to give our customer support services a call on 442070960264 or to email us at: info@savannahfreight.com
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Godfrey on 02 November 2011 01:54
Thanks Bianca Nero. At Savannah Freight Services-UK we will always try to keep you informed. Shipping cars to Zimbabwe, via Namibia is our speciality. We offer dedicated and personal service to each and every customer. We understand that each customer has unique needs, We therefore have a team dedicated to going through all the stages of buying and shipping cars from UK to Zimbabwe. If you still need to talk to anyone of our team members, please phone us on 442070960264.
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Masimba on 13 November 2011 19:44
Guys how do people travel from Zim to Walvis Bay? I am looking for a cheaper option than these expensive flights via Joburg
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Savannah Freight Services-UK on 20 November 2011 00:04
The most popular and affordable route from Zimbabwe (Plumtree) to Walvis Bay that I have personally used is by road as shown below: 1) Plumtree Border Post to Francistown post >>> 81km 2) Francistown to Nata >>> 220km 3) Nata to Maun >>> 250km 4) Maun to Ghanzi >>> 270km 5) Ghanzi to Transkalahari Border Post>>> 240km 6) Transklahari border Post to Gobabis >>> 125km 7) Gobabis to Windhoek >>> 200km 8) Windhoek to Usakos >>> 200km 9) Usakos to Walvis Bay >>> 180km Total distance is roughly 1766km. So u better prepare yourself for this interesting journey. If you need any support with clearing cars at Walvis Bay; or driving cars from Walvis Bay to Zimbabwe; please just let us know.


tips on 23 February 2012 11:31
Great article! Found a lot of useful information here. Thanks
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National Car Shipping on 27 March 2012 13:32
it is much complicated to send vehicles out of country because there are many factors to kept in mind. so it is get help of any shipping company.
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question on 08 April 2012 18:08
Interesting, do you have offices in Harare I would want to make an appointment. Thank you
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designated driver service on 09 January 2013 08:57
Thanks for the post and information about shipping the car in Zimbabwe.
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motor vehicle accident lawyers on 25 February 2013 06:31
Now I have got every detail about the shipping car to Zimbabwe. Thanks a lot for this great sharing.
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