Who We Are

Central Station is an independent logistics service provider to importers and exporters which offer’s comprehensive transport solutions by road, air, rail, and sea.

What We Are

We are a Fourth Party Logistics Service Provider (4PL). As a 4PL , we specialize in managing the transport and logistics of imported and exported cargo throughout South Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa.

What We Do

From the collection of the goods from the seaport or airport to delivering your cargo to the chosen destination, and all the logistics in between.

Intelligent & Predictive Logistics


In the age of technology, why not allow it to make your experience a pleasant one. There is no need to do things they way they were done when we have a choice.


We have more technology in our smartphones than the first man had when he landed on the moon. Why not allow the new technology to plan, predict and help you with you transport and logistics?


What is logistics? well, it is everything you need to get your product from the time its manufactured until the time its delivered to your door or your client’s door. It’s called forth part logistics (4PL) one place to manage every supplier in the chain.


What does a 4PL do?

What does 4pl mean

In today’s world of UBER, Airbnb and the way we do everything with technology, TSI Central Station has for the past ten years being doing exactly that, making it easier for our clients to do what they started out to do and not shipping, trucking and everything in-between.

We operate on a transparent basis, backed by a South African written system that drives our staff to ensure efficiency and cost effective solutions.

Intelligent Logistics, many people ask what that is, we spell it out simply, let technology think for us to ensure that we do what is important and not reply on human error that ultimately costs us money.

We provide a world-class logistic solution, locally and internationally for a range of clients from every industry, with one goal to reduce logistics cost and improve the service delivering.


Drought forces Coca-Cola to halt canned drinks in Namibia

Windhoek - Coca-Cola will stop production of all canned drinks in Namibia and has warned consumers of possible shortages, the company said on Thursday, as a regional drought worsens across southern Africa. Businesses in Windhoek, the Namibian capital, have been ordered by city authorities to cut water consumption by 30% - underlining the impact of a drought that has also gripped Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Malawi. "We will cease the manufacturing of all canned products locally - substituting them with imported canned beverages from South Africa," Frik Oosthuizen, head of Coca-Cola in Namibia, said in a statement to AFP. "This decision has been taken as a direct result of the water crisis that is facing the Central region of Namibia and we are making every effort to continue to supply our customers."
Production of all drinks in glass bottles will also be halted at the Coca-Cola factory in Windhoek, but will continue at its plant in the north of the country.
Plastic bottled drinks will still be produced in Windhoek. A notice posted by US-based Coca-Cola in Namibian newspapers last week warned customers of possible "sporadic shortages country wide". "In the short term, prices will not be adjusted," it added. "We are working on alternatives to ensure sustained full supply." Josua Amukugo, Windhoek municipality spokesman, told AFP that the city "highly appreciates the decision to implement our call to use water wisely." Zimbabwe, Malawi and Mozambique have all issued drought alerts in recent months with UN World Food Programme (WFP) saying that millions of people have been affected. Need to get your Cold drinks to Namibia, Give Richard a call on 011-868-244 or email him on