Energy and Logistics
Africquest Group is a player in the petroleum wholesaler industry and Logistics (Registered Import and Export Agent) the company was founded in 2015. The core values of integrity, customer satisfaction and quality assurance form the bedrock upon which the fundamental existence of the company is built.
We are always on the path to be the leading, respected, reputable South African Logistics drivers and wholesaler of petroleum products and services in the high growth sectors of the economy that satisfies the needs of the target market and delivering acceptable returns to our shareholders.
Africquest Group seeks to build bridges and form long lasting strategic partnerships with already established, reliable and reputable suppliers.
Key Logistics Services Offered :
Our Core Services
We are a registered import and export agent and we offer a comprehensive ‘International Courier Service’ solution to any country worldwide. Africquest is capable of providing door to door collection & delivery services all over the world. .
Oil & Lubricants
At Africquest Group we understand and believe that every person has the right and access to clean, efficient and safe sources of energy, but the right to superior and quality petroleum products from reliable and reputed organisations.
Information Systems & Services provides the procurement and support functions for integrated information and communication services across different orginizations.
Question & Answer
How do u manage fuel storage?
Adherence to legislative requirements contained in the Petroleum Products Amendment Act 2003 and when appropriates other appropriate legislation following industry best practice.
How do you manage fire risks?
Keep all escape routes and fire exits clear and make regular checks to ensure that this is the case. Clear rubbish regularly (remember sand used for cleaning or containing petrol spills will be flammable and should be disposed of safely, by a hazardous waste disposal company if necessary).
Hazardous Substances procedures?
Store all hazardous chemicals in their original containers. Obtain information on all substances stored and used in the premises from manufacturers’ hazard data sheets. Train staff and provide appropriate protective clothing.
How do you ensure quality transportation?
Devise a safe system of traffic movement, e.g. a one-way system for entering and exiting the forecourt. Display clear information/warning signs setting out the traffic control arrangements. Provide sufficient designated parking areas close to the shop and away from the pumps. Provide mechanical protection to vulnerable structures such as fuel tanks and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) storage areas.