Sprint Couriers opened their new offices in Maun this week with the promise of opening their 15th branch in Jwaneng in April.
This was said by the company’s Projects Manager Michelle Gabriel during the official opening of their new offices in Maun.
She said that with 14 offices already in place in Botswana they have found it fit to open another branch in Jwaneng to reduce the work load on the existing branches.
She said that they have employed 137 people in Botswana, 26 and eight at their Zimbabwean and South African offices respectively.
“We started operating in Maun in 2006 but we decided to move into a bigger and spacious building so that we can work properly.” She mentioned that the Maun branch boast of nine employees and that there old office was small to accommodate all the employees.
She however said that moving into the new offices will not in any way affect their services which include, Saturday deliveries, after hours collection, tender collections and deliveries, VISA collections and deliveries in South Africa, same day delivery service and international service.
Though they are a delivery company which goes everywhere, Gabriel stressed that they do not transport animals, gas cylinders or explosives and human parts.