Transporters working the North-South Corridor (NSC) into the Copperbelt and back are advised that there are holdups being experienced at Chirundu Border Post between Zambia and Zimbabwe.
The Federation of East and Southern African Road Transport Associations (Fesarta) is currently looking into what may be causing delays for trucks heading north.
Fesarta chief executive Mike Fitzmaurice said they had already sent an inquiry to the station manager at the Zimbabwe Revenue (Zimra).
Ordinarily Zimra responds without delay when snags are impeding flow through Chirundu, one of the more efficient crossings on the NSC.
A cross-border transporter this morning told Fesarta that the queue was about seven kilometres long.
It prompted another haulier to say their trucks had been waiting to cross the Zambezi for two days.
This prompted yet another haulier to say that their trucks had arrived on Monday and crossed yesterday.