Sunrise Over The CITYs – City Logistics Depots

A sunrise is one of the most impressive sights one can ever witness. 
It gives us new hope and new beginnings. 
It brings joy and positivity to life. 

City Logistics connects our customers, with their customers, from 12 strategically placed depots across the length and breadth of our home South Africa.

Find out more about all the City Logistics Depots:

City Logistics Durban – Riverhorse Valley

Doubling as City Logistics’ head office, the Riverhorse Valley depot in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal measures 9 450 m2 and showcases some of the company’s most impressive sustainability measures. For instance, the site boasts a green water tank project capable of supplying the entire warehouse and ablutions facility (30 000l throughput capacity), conserving a great deal of water in the process. The branch is conveniently located in Durban, a key city in South Africa’s broader economy with around 60% of all imports and exports passing through its port.

City Logistics East London – Woodbrook

Located in the suburb of Woodbrook, City Logistics’ East London depot has 1 965 m2 of floor space. Helping the company meet its ever-evolving sustainability objectives, this branch features cleverly placed water tanks and pumps to greatly reduce its reliance on the municipal water supply. Since East London is the Eastern Cape’s second largest industrial centre, with a particular focus on automotive manufacturing, this depot plays a key role in keeping the local economy’s wheels turning.

City Logistics Depots East London

City Logistics Port Elizabeth – Deal Party 

Since large parts of the Eastern Cape are still grappling with drought, City Logistics’ Port Elizabeth depot – which measures 2 278 m2 – has two separate water tanks fitted for rainwater harvesting. The tanks run through a five-stage filtration system that removes impurities and provides completely clean, potable water. Staff members are furthermore well briefed and trained on water-saving measures, while this branch also makes use of a waterless cleaning service to keep its vehicles in spotless condition. Considered the home of South Africa’s automotive industry, Port Elizabeth (known as Gqeberha) plays host to the African headquarters of several Fortune 500 companies.

City Logistics Depots Port Elizabeth

City Logistics George – George Industrial

Located in George – the second largest city in the Western Cape province and considered the commercial hub of the popular Garden Route – this City Logistics depot covers 1 073 m2. Its sustainability efforts are concentrated on electricity conservation, with the branch making use of plenty of natural light thanks to the broad fitment of translucent roof sheets. In addition, the depot’s office and canteen areas feature lighting systems activated by motion detectors, while energy-saving LEDs are installed inside and outside the warehouse.

City Logistics Depots George

City Logistics Cape Town – Eikenbosch

Billed as City Logistics’ second largest depot, the Eikenbosch facility in Cape Town – a city that serves as one of South Africa’s main economic centres, the country’s legislative capital and a popular international tourist destination – covers a whopping 12 956 m2. This facility boasts a 120 kWp solar PV system designed to provide 100% of the branch’s energy requirements during sunlight hours, even feeding surplus energy back into the grid when supply outstrips demand. City Logistics aims for this property to soon achieve a Green Star SA Rating of four from the Green Building Council of South Africa.

City Logistics Depots Cape Town

City Logistics Bloemfontein – Estoire

City Logistics’ Bloemfontein branch serves a multitude of areas, covering most of the Free State, Lesotho and the Northern Cape, as well as key parts of the Eastern Cape. The depot measures 3 755 m2 and benefits from reduced electricity consumption through energy-saving measures such as comprehensive LED lighting. Though Bloemfontein is South Africa’s judicial capital, its economy is strongly driven by the private sector, with this branch serving the needs of many.

City Logistics Depots Bloemfontein

City Logistics Harrismith – Hardustria

Thanks to the installation of translucent roof sheets, the 1 740 m2 Harrismith depot makes use of plenty of natural light, reducing the facility’s dependence on electricity during the day. In addition, this site recently gained a new solar system and a network of energy-saving LEDs. It furthermore uses a pair of 10 000-litre tanks to assist in reducing water consumption. Conveniently located in Hardustria, the depot is close to the Maluti-A-Phofung Special Economic Zone, which is considered the mid-point of the Durban-Johannesburg freight transport corridor.

City Logistics Depots Harrismith

City Logistics Nelspruit – Riverside

City Logistics’ Nelspruit depot in Riverside covers 1 260 m2 and has cleverly reduced its dependence on daytime electrical lighting through the implementation of translucent roof sheets. LEDs, meanwhile, further lower this branch’s energy consumption. Also known as Mbombela, Nelspruit plays host to one of the largest manganese processing facilities in the world, ably supported by the agriculture and forestry sectors.

City Logistics Nelspruit Depot

City Logistics Gosforth Park- Raceway Industrial Park

The Gosforth Park depot in Germiston measures a staggering 20 145 m2, which renders it the largest facility in City Logistics’ vast network of depots. In order to make the most of natural lighting during the daytime, this enormous branch features translucent roof sheets, while its energy consumption is further reduced via the clever use of LED lighting. As one of Gauteng’s industrial nodes, Gosforth Park offers quick access to the N17, N12 and N3 highways.

City Logistics Depots Gosforth Park

City Logistics Centurion – Extension 11

Functioning as a middle point between the bustling centres of Johannesburg and Pretoria, the facility in Centurion – an area featuring numerous office parks and also playing host to the Waterkloof Air Force Base – is ideally located in many ways. The depot covers a considerable 8 512 m2 and benefits from the extensive use of LED lighting in order to greatly reduce energy consumption as part of City Logistics’ nationwide sustainability drive.

City Logistics Depots Centurion

City Logistics Polokwane – N1 Industrial Park

While Polokwane – the capital of Limpopo – is particularly popular with eco-tourists thanks to its multitude of wildlife-viewing opportunities, it is also a key centre of trade for the surrounding agricultural area. City Logistics’ depot in this region measures 2 496 m2 and recently gained an LED lighting system in order to reduce its energy consumption.

City Logistics Depots Polokwane

City Logistics Klerksdorp – Uraniaville

Like many of City Logistics’ branches, the Klerksdorp depot makes use of plenty of natural light during the day thanks to the fitment of translucent roof sheets. This 2 200 m2 facility – which serves an area of the country that is particularly strong in the agricultural and mining industries – furthermore uses a range of LED lights to assist in reducing its consumption of energy.

City Logistics Depots Klerksdorp

Let us connect your supply chain from end to end. 
Get in touch with our Gavin, our Sales Manager on gavinw@citylogistics.co.za or contact your nearest branch

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