Move cargo effortlessly

Transport loose or containerized cargo across Africa.

We connect you to business and empower you to thrive.

Get paid quickly - in 2 days!
Get more cash now to enable you pay for your expenses. Let us wait for payments from customers on your behalf.
Maximize your earnings
Find, bid, and win loads 24/7. No more and phone calls and text messages required.
Reduce your fuel expenses
Get discounts and credit on fuel to keep your trucks on the road.

How it works

Upload bill of landing
Receive fuel advance
Upload delivery documents & Invoices
Receive payments

Partner with Sendy to increase your income.

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How can I get started?

Step 1


Sign up online to the Sendy Freight platform.

Step 2

Contract signing

You will receive a contract via email. We are available to answer any questions you may have.

Step 3

First order

You are set to access transporters, tendering service, transporter documents and hassle-free payment processing

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is the customer contracting?
The customer contracts the transporter directly
What are the requirements
Vehicle Owners
1. Vehicle Proof of Ownership(Logbook)
2. Vehicle Insurance(Motor Comprehensive or 3rd Party)
4. National ID / Passport Number

Vehicle Driver
1. Valid Driver’s License
2. National ID
3. Smartphone (Android 5.1 and above)Company

Company Details(Name, Address etc.)
Certificate of Incorporation.
ID of one of the directors
How do I get fuel financing?
The transporter will upload the Bill of Lading on our platform; Sendy will ask the customer to verify and confirm the BL. Sendy will then issue you instant fuel financing at select petrol stations
How do customers track their shipments?
The transporter must provide a tracking link for the shipments being transported
What happens if the customer does not pay within the agreed period?
The transporter will be responsible for repayment to Sendy for all the advance payments made to the transporter by Sendy.
Who is responsible for providing shipping updates to the customer?
The transporter is responsible for providing regular shipping updates to the customer
Who is responsible for price quotes?
The transporter will provide their quotes to the shippers directly
How long does it take to be activated on the platform?
It takes 48 hours after sign up and providing the registration documents
Who is responsible for collecting payments from the customers?
Sendy will assist you in sending reminders to customers to make payments. Sendy will notify the transporter if the customer fails to pay within the agreed period.

How we are enabling partner drivers to do more

Enabling Partners to Increase Their Income - Klinton

From a bodaboda rider to a Truck driver, Klinton has seen massive growth since he joined Sendy. "Sendy has opened up opportunities for me. . I was riding a motorbike, they gave me more customers and my income increased and I was able to endorse my driving license." says Klinton.

Enabling Vehicle Owners to Do More With Their Assets - Sally

Sally shares how Sendy has enabled her to maximize her van’s potential. Owning and driving her own vehicle has been an adventure that has allowed her to experience the country, earn income and serve customers; and since she has control over her work hours, she gets to be more present with her children."Sendy allows you to do more with your time and assets," says Sally.

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