Tigers expands services with renewable energy vertical in South Africa

Tigers has created a renewable energy vertical to meet growing demand for the import of solar panels from China to South Africa and is working with companies such as Energy Partners (pictured).

Tigers created the renewable energy vertical in response to increased demand for solar panels in South Africa and is expecting further growth in the market

Hong Kong, Monday 2nd September 2019 – Tigers South Africa has expanded its services by launching a renewable energy vertical to handle the import of solar panels from China.

Tigers is working with some of the major solar panel manufacturers in the industry, as well as Energy Partners, a leading energy solutions provider in South Africa.

“These are exciting times for Tigers as we move into the renewable energy sector, which is a growing market, especially in South Africa,” said Paul Lawrence, Managing Director, Tigers South Africa.

“As with the recently opened Tigers e-commerce facility in South Africa, the renewable energy vertical is in line with our progressive approach to freight forwarding and embracing new markets.”

Tigers is providing Customs brokerage, local logistics, and warehouse storage to meet growing demand for solar panels in South Africa.

The solar panels are shipped from China into Cape Town and Durban, and then distributed across the country by Tigers.

“In South Africa, there are frequent power failures, and with such high levels of sunshine in the region it makes sense for people to invest in solar power generation,” said Lawrence.

“We expect the market for renewable energy to continue to grow in the coming years, and Tigers is ready for the demand.”

Tigers is headquarted in Hong Kong and specialises in technology enabled supply chain solutions with offices in 11 countries.

For more information about Tigers, visit go2tigers.com


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