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Latest on shipping cars to Zimbabwe-26-09-11

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Its an ever changing scenario. Please read the link below for the latest position on banning car imports into Zimbabwe. If this article is to be believed, then THAT IS THE END of the story. Cars below 5 years will be effectively banned from entering Zimbabwe, from October 31, 2011.

Shipping cars from Walvis Bay to Plumtree; Car transporters in Zimbabwe.



The situation may change but as you know, there is never a straight way of do the obvious thinks in Zimbabwe.
Keep checking and we will be updating you. If you have any questions about shipping cars to Zimbabwe, please phone us on 442070960264.



10 Comments to Latest on shipping cars to Zimbabwe-26-09-11:

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Marshall on 11 October 2011 15:01
This website is full of information. well done. look forward to do business with you in the near future.
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Savannah Freight Services-UK on 23 October 2011 22:34
Thanks Marshall. We at Savannah will always want to keep you updated on developments on shipping cars to Zimbabwe. Sending cars to Zimbabwe can be via Walvis Bay; you can then use Plumtree Border post or you can be sending cars to Zimbabwe via Beitbridge.Keep in touch and let us know if there is any information you want us to post here.
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Rv Dealer on 24 October 2011 05:13
I don't think ban will go ahead some people are going to court regarding the ban of LHD haulage trucks,Mbiriri the perm sec of transport ari kurotomoka.
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Savannah Freight Services UK on 24 October 2011 23:17
The banning of the left hand drive cars should not be the priority of the government. There are other economically pressing issues. They must focus their effort in reviving the car manufacturing industry. Priorities are not ok for these people.
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Ben Benjabutr on 26 January 2012 05:18
I would like to know if the situation of banning of car shipping to Zimbabwe has improved delivery of cars or not.
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Savannah Freight Services on 23 February 2012 12:19
Since the banning of cars was suspended, the rate at which we ship cars has remained steady. What we have noted here at Savannah Freight Services is that shipping cars to Zimbabwe and Botswana via Walvis Bay has increased. We are having less cars going through Beitbridge. This is mainly because its less complicated and safer and faster to ship through Walvis Bay. Cost wise its almost the same and the final choice of destination depends on the customer.


driving lessons Bromsgrove on 10 February 2012 14:45
There are cars that needs to be banned. Please keep us updated about it.
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travel lands on 23 February 2012 11:32
How could it improve actually?
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Gokken on 28 September 2012 10:59
Thanks for the news and all your efforts that you have put in this blog. Best Regards, Mark Gokken
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klik hier on 30 September 2012 12:23
I'm impressed. You're truly well informed and very intelligent. You wrote something that people could understand and made the subject intriguing for everyone. I'm saving this for future use.
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