Linebooker CEO, Naude Rademan, talks ARC taking a stake in the business

Linebooker CEO, Naude Rademan, talks ARC taking a stake in the business Mia Kruger of Kruger International on Stadio’s results and the new PSG 3.0. Henry Laas, Murray and Roberts CEO, on the pandemic pushing the company into a loss. Linebooker CEO, Naude Rademan, talks ARC taking a stake in the business. Published by Moneyweb: www.moneyweb.co.za/moneyweb-radio/moneyweb-now/psg-3-0-mr-reports-a-loss-and-arc-acquires-stake-in-linebooker/?fbclid=IwAR3TrK7r8-iTliIg3TV8nqi24S6Mv5hS3mPBJKEMnGnluV91KiNs5w9oVhY

2020-09-03T10:41:10+02:00Aug 27th, 2020|

African Rainbow Capital invests in ‘Uber for trucks’

African Rainbow Capital invests in ‘Uber for trucks’ Local investment holding company African Rainbow Capital (ARC) has made an additional investment in technology-led trucking platform Linebooker, through its subsidiary, GemCap. ARC was founded in 2016 and is majority owned by mining magnate Dr Patrice Motsepe. The JSE-listed company invests in the African financial services industry and businesses that deliver exceptional returns on equity. In 2018, GemCap purchased online transport management company, Linebooker, in a deal that provided the investment firm with a springboard [read more]

2020-11-30T09:53:27+02:00Aug 26th, 2020|

Motsepe’s African Rainbow Capital raises stake in Uber-like trucking firm

Motsepe's African Rainbow Capital raises stake in Uber-like trucking firm Patrice Motsepe-owned African Rainbow Capital (ARC) is increasing its interest in trucking just as the market predicts that logistics and warehousing sectors will be the big beneficiaries of the new normal ushered in by Covid-19. ARC bought into technology-led trucking company, Linebooker in 2018 when it was just a year old. On Tuesday, it announced that it has decided to make additional investments into Linebooker but did not disclose how big of a [read more]

2020-11-30T09:57:05+02:00Aug 25th, 2020|

ARC & Linebooker investment: What’s in it for investors?

ARC & Linebooker investment: What’s in it for investors? Businesses are looking at more cost-efficient services that also increase their productivity levels. With this in mind, African Rainbow Capital has made an additional investment in Linebooker. Published by CNBC Africa: www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/2020/08/25/arc-linebooker-investment-whats-in-it-for-investors/

2020-11-30T09:56:16+02:00Aug 25th, 2020|

African Rainbow Capital further invests into transport platform Linebooker

African Rainbow Capital further invests into transport platform Linebooker Investment holding company African Rainbow Capital (ARC) – founded and majority owned by Dr Patrice Motsepe – has, through its relevant subsidiaries, made an additional investment into technology-led trucking business Linebooker, which has successfully disrupted the Southern African logistics market over the past two years. Linebooker is majority owned by GemCap, which, in turn, is owned by ARC. ARC says the onset of Covid-19 in an already weakened economy has meant that businesses are [read more]

2020-09-03T10:27:21+02:00Aug 25th, 2020|

African Rainbow Capital expands investment in Linebooker

African Rainbow Capital expands investment in Linebooker Investment holding company African Rainbow Capital (ARC), founded and majority owned by billionaire Dr Patrice Motsepe, has made an additional investment in technology-led trucking business, Linebooker. Linebooker is majority owned by GemCap, which in turn is owned by ARC. The company uses platform principals similar to those of the e-hailing ride service Uber. In less than 30 minutes, Linebooker connects customers with multiple pre-approved transporters, confirming availability and best price for moving freight. “The business has [read more]

2020-11-30T09:58:15+02:00Aug 25th, 2020|

Linebooker and TruckFuelNet (TFN) partner to boost the largest online logistics marketplace in Southern Africa

Linebooker and TruckFuelNet (TFN) partner to boost the largest online logistics marketplace in Southern Africa Linebooker, the leading transport platform in Southern Africa, has partnered with TFN, the leading fuel platform in Southern Africa. This partnership was created to offer all businesses access to diesel and simultaneously enhance cash flow and help transporters to better serve customers on the Linebooker platform. Both businesses have aligned values and the strategic focus to create technology driven online networks where all players in the logistics [read more]

2020-07-27T18:08:14+02:00Jul 27th, 2020|

Linebooker has changed transport in South Africa forever

Linebooker has changed transport in South Africa forever Interview with Linebooker CEO and founder Naudé Rademan. This innovative platform manages transport operations for businesses. Q: Disruptor normally refers to early stage or small start-up type businesses. How would you describe Linebooker’s current stage? NR: In early 2017 Linebooker was at start-up stage, creating some disruption in the industry. Over that time Linebooker has seen significant growth and today has more than 162 customers, among them several large SA blue chip companies and [read more]

2020-06-22T13:20:38+02:00Jun 16th, 2020|

Interview with Linebooker CEO and Founder Naudé Rademan

Interview with Linebooker CEO and Founder Naudé Rademan Linebooker the first transport platform, and disrupter of the transport & logistics industry, in South Africa Q: Disruptor normally refers to early stage or small start-up type businesses. How would you describe Linebooker’s current stage? NR: In early 2017 Linebooker was at start-up phase, creating some disruption in the industry. Over that time Linebooker has seen significant growth and today has more than 135 customers, among them several large SA blue chip companies and brands, [read more]

2020-06-03T13:20:38+02:00Jun 3rd, 2020|

Is the future of transport online?

Is the future of transport online? Linebooker is South Africa’s first and largest online transport platform: 245 registered transport companies, a combined fleet of more than 10 000 trucks, and over 100 customers. In support of South Africa’s fight against COVID-19, transport platform Linebooker has waived all booking fees related to loads moved for relief efforts and loads moved by SME’s. Linebooker’s cloud-based platform allows you to connect with the largest fleet in SA – more than 245 major transport companies and over [read more]

2020-06-03T13:29:43+02:00May 18th, 2020|