About Us


The Sizanani Group of Companies was established in 1999; the foremost focus being supply chain and staff management systems to attain a sustainable competitive advantage in a plethora of markets.

The systems were especially well received by supply chain and plant operations dealing with the challenges of ensuring availability of the right products at the right place and time while maintaining profitable operations.

Sizanani is Africa’s largest transport and logistics management system and trading zone, with more than a 1 000 registered transport and logistics providers being managed every day. On average the logistics of more than 450 000 tons of cargo and 1 million parcels per month are managed on the Sizanani system.

Sizanani pioneered and was the first Logistics management system and trading zone to go live on the internet in 1999. A significant community of Transporter, cargo owners and end customers have come together over the years to collaborate on transport efficiencies for common benefit.

Sizanani focuses on specific market niches and has created alliances with 3rd party contractors and strategically positioned 4PL management companies.

It has also invested in acquiring the ADMS distribution management system, which was developed by AIMS (100% Altron owned subsidiary), to give Sizanani the ability to provide a courier-based, multi-parcel, management capability.

Sizanani has also developed a dynamic internet-based staff management system (SDM – Staff Data Management system) and employs 2 500 permanent staff members who are utilized by leading companies in their logistics divisions.

Christo Rothmann was the initial founder and creative driver behind Sizanani. He built a powerful team of enthusiastic technical experts in their respective fields to produce the comprehensive system of Sizanani as it exists today. Sizanani’s people work in a spirit of close partnership with clients to deliver the maximum impact for their investment, leading as quickly as possible to organizational self-sufficiency in a sustainable culture of ongoing system improvement.

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