Freight in Time Ltd. (FiT) is a Kenyan headquartered 3 and 4PL service provider, founded it 1998 in Kenya and since then expanded to 7 more countries in East Africa.

Due to the strategic locations at the seaports of entry in Djibouti, Kenya and Tanzania, Freight in Time is not only servicing its own landlocked countries, Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda, South Sudan and Ethiopia with seaborne freight, but has a reach beyond also into DRC, Malawi and Zambia but also services Somalia. With offices not only at the seaports but also at every major airport and road transit point FiT offers the full range of Logistics Services, besides sea, air and road freight also courier services, warehousing and distribution as well as project cargo movements.

Combined with some special accreditations like IOR and AEO status, Fit offers fully integrated logistics solutions that are tailored to the individual requirements of each customer. FiT’s core verticals are perishables, pharma & healthcare, humanitarian and relief and telecommunication and ICT

Freight in Time successfully cleared and delivered 17×40’ ctrs loading a total of 351 MT of poles to the Tanzania Electric Supply Company’s (Tanesco Ltd.) Ruvuma sites in Songea. The consignment of 1963 pressure treated poles comprised 9m medium, 12m medium and 12m stout poles.

Though the deliveries took place during the rainy season and the best possible route to reach the remote Songea region covered 1080km from the Port of Dar Es Salaam, FiT delivered the 17 containers in a span of 5 days and all 1963 poles were offloaded intact.

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