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SAFR Removals marks the year with double-digit growth and expansion to the UK marketSAFR Removals has been at the forefront of logistics technology in South Africa for quite some time. This has paid off with double-digit growth rate this year and expanding their operations and removals services in the UK with the launch of Biggles Removals UK. Through innovative ideas, they will be able to reach their growth objectives as well as expand overseas via their subsidiary company, Biggles Removals. 19 Aug 2021 Read more

Long-distance moving costs in South Africa, cheaper movers' prices, and a better service!This is how trusted furniture removalists Cape Removals makes cross-country moves more affordable for everyone 7 Jul 2021 Read more

Cape Removals rated one of SA's top 3 moving companiesSouth Africans have spoken: Cape Removals is ranked tops among 500 movers for services, efficiency, best communication, professionalism, and punctuality for local and national furniture removals. 22 Jun 2021 Read more

JHB Removals launches new teams, facilitates high demand for relocations and semigrationJHB Removals is excited to announce the launch of new local removal teams in Johannesburg and Pretoria! These additional teams and trucks will aid in facilitating the very aggressive demand for furniture removals in Johannesburg, Pretoria and long-distance removals to Durban and Cape Town. 31 May 2021 Read more

JHB Removals gets rave reviews from customers all over SAWhat it takes to be one of the best-service moving companies in the country 18 May 2021 Read more

Influences of Covid-19 lockdowns in the property and the furniture removal industryCovid-19 has officially changed the world and the way we do business going forward. Millions of businesses around the world are currently fighting for survival and many people will lose or have to change homes to scale down. A fair percentage of property owners and even the rental market will need to accommodate a degenerating cashflow as Covid-19's destructive influence starts impacting everyone's pockets over the short and long term. 26 May 2020 Read more

Logistic growth in the Western Cape is key to rebuilding a platform for a depressed economySouth Africa needs to start regaining and rebuilding its identity and economy. The Western and Eastern Cape offer a good starting platform providing a solid foundation with good municipality management in their various micro-managed zones. The Western Cape, in particular, has been efficient and forward-thinking in its approach to developing and growing specific industries that are relevant in energy, IT, filming and other industry areas that are show promise for the necessary job creation we need. 27 Feb 2020 Read more

Gauteng - Still South Africa's hotspotTake a spot survey from a cross-section of South Africans across the country and the popular opinion of Gauteng is that it is still the business centre of South Africa with some factors coming to mind like fast-paced, traffic jams, small businesses, social in lifestyle, money-flow gateway for South Africa. 5 Nov 2019 Read more

SAFR's refreshing approach to moving and packing your homeSAFR'S refreshing approach to enhance the your relocation process nationally and locally in Gauteng, Western Cape and DBN 18 Sep 2019 Read more

Merger of transport and technology needed to maximise logistics tech solutionsNational South African furniture removals and storage company SAFR (SA Furniture Removals) advises that the logistics industry still has much to do to enhance efficiencies within the logistics tech solutions space. Currently, the knowledge, training and coordinative functions for technology aren't maximising the solutions that are available, and share-load transportation and management are key focus points to start with in order to maximise efficiency. 20 Aug 2019 Read more