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This transport sub-sector involves the transportation of passengers or goods in the air, makes use of equipment such as aircraft , helicopters and space vehicles like rockets, space ships, and so on, also involves the provision and management of airport, heliports and air space services, involves other support services such as the manufacture, maintenance and repair of air transport related equipment.
Forwarding & Clearing Sector
The Forwarding & Clearing sub-sector encompasses: Movement of goods on behalf of importers and exporters, Other sub-sectors like maritime, aerospace, road and rail freight operators in moving and handling cargo internationally, The use of supply chain management solutions which are cost effective to imports/exports and goods in transit, Warehousing solutions, which is storage of cargo and goods in transit.
Freight Handling Sector
Freight handling is a key function of the supply chain management system. It provides a vital link service to industries which cover all modes of transport. Is a sub-sector that handles cargo through ports, airports, and storage in warehouses. Some careers in this sector are Logistics Manager, Crane Operator, Forklift Driver, Freight Handler.
This sub-sector involves the transportation of people and freight by water
and it includes: Freight transport over the oceans/seas (merchant shipping), Boating and cruising, Fishing, Port activities, authorities and associated land-based activities. Some careers found in this sector: Deck Hand, Cooks, Marine Engineers, Ship Master.
Road Passenger Sector
This sector covers all road passenger transport services rendered by means of mini-buses and buses makeup the bus industry as defined in the National Land Transport Transition Act. The industry includes long distance bus services, tour and charter bus services, cross-border bus services, intercity bus services, school/learner bus services, commercial contract bus services, special hire or private hire bus services, subsidized and non-subsidized bus services, and scheduled and unscheduled bus services.
Road Freight Sector
The Road Freight industry involves the movement of freight: Into and out of airports; Into and out of rail yards; Into and out of ports; Into and out of warehouses and distribution centres and from pipeline depots to petrol stations. Road Freight links all modes of transport and completes the integration of the freight logistics supply chain.
The Rail sub-sector is associated with the transportation of commuters using rail within urban areas. The transportation of commuters using rail between cities in different provinces. The provision of freight logistic solutions designed for organisations in industry-based business segments such as mining and manufacturing. The control and management of railways and rail operations. The maintenance, servicing, repair and testing of locomotives and rolling stock.
Taxi subsector is involved in transporting passengers by road for a stipulated fare in vehicles other than buses. It includes Minibus taxi, Metered taxis, Scholar transport, Shuttle services and Chauffeur drivers.