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Friday 27 March 2015

Reaching Africa and the World

Fast + Furious International - Global Village Logistics, is a proudly Botswana company that offers a wide range of customized global transportation logistics and supply chain management solutions.

We consolidate and manage logistics services for local and cross border companies within the SADC region and ultimately worldwide.

 

Fast + Furious International - Global Village Logistics’ strength lies in its ability to provide effective solutions that equip clients with the best service at the best cost.

Contact Us

Plot No. 97, Unit 3, Gaborone Commerce Park, Botswana
P O Box 26382; Gaborone; Botswana
Tel: +267 393 4893/ +267 737 60367/ +267 737 60368

Fax: +267 393 4897

Email Fast + Furious International at fnfi@gvpedia.com

 

 

 

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  • Cape Town

 

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