Logistics, supply chain and distribution business showcase

The Southern African nation of Mozambique is less than 50 years old but is home to one of the oldest logistics companies on the continent. Portos e Caminhos de Ferro de Moçambique (Mozambique Ports and Railways), responsible for the country’s ports and rail network, was founded in 1936, at a time when Mozambique was still a Portuguese colony.

Antigua and Barbuda is a top 20 destination, favoured by the wealthy: its economy was hit by the recessions but tourists are now returning, and China. which is helping it build a new terminal at V C Bird International Airport, may provide a major new source of Caribbean sun seekers

Kishugu which has its roots in forest and wildfire combating, suppression and prevention, is set to light up the global stage with its international experience of delivering integrated fire management services

The opening of King Mswati III International Airport was the proudest moment to date for the Swaziland Civil Aviation Authority (SWACAA) and its Director General Solomon Dube who spoke to us of his vision for SwazilandÔÇÖs prosperity.

The Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (CAAZ) has passed through interesting times and is now working under new direction to meet Zimbabwe’s economic needs

With more than 3,000 Airbus A320 and around 4,000 Boeing 737 aircraft having come off the production lines fitted with parts manufactured by Aerosud, the South African brand has truly come of age

Primefuels has taken advantage of every opportunity to provide a much needed logistics service across East and Central Africa and has grown in less than 20 years from a transporter of edible oils to a partner for major mining, aviation and O&G customers

DHL has been an ever present in Nigeria since 1979. Today its unrivalled service and expertise is helping to drive Africa’s largest economy to new heights of prosperity

In the space of 30 years Punta Cana International Airport has grown to become not only the Dominican Republic’s leading destination for travel, but also one of Latin America’s premier airports

By focusing on greater efficiency, quality service and increased airport capacity, Kenya Airports Authority (KAA) is helping to facilitate the grown of the country’s aviation sector as well as the wider economy

Perth Airport is the hub for Western Australia's domestic traffic, its channel to Asia, Europe and beyond, and definitely the entrepôt for all of its trade: it is expanding to meet these challenges and to cope with future population growth

Comair Ltd continues to deliver operational excellence and consistent profitability in what can only be described as an economic headwind: its CEO Erik Venter explains how

Gelibolu Shipyard has been delivering expertly designed turn-key vessels for the better part of four decades and with its order book filling up, 2014 is set to be another great year

Mombasa on the Indian Ocean cost of Kenya has long played a key role as a major port on the east coast of Africa: run by the Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) it is expanding fast but is set to be eclipsed by a megaport on the island of Lamu