A Zambian by birth, Ken Hall’s entry into the transport industry started with the movement of horses. Ten years later, Blue Chip Racehorse Carriers was the biggest horse transporter in South Africa. After acquiring various other transport businesses, the company was listed on the JSE as Supertrans. Ken served as Chairman of Supertrans for a number of years, before selling his interest in the company and emigrating to England. On his return from the U.K. Ken got involved in Hazardous Packing and the transportation of Hazardous Goods, whilst simultaneously setting up a specialist cross-border transport operation. It was at this point that he was introduced to Mike Koch. Mike too had been in the transport industry all his life. His first venture being Highway Carriers which he eventually sold to Imperial before being invited by them to join their board which he served on for many years. After his retirement from Imperial Mike was on the lookout for promising business opportunities and after a few brief meetings with Ken they decided to pursue the cross border market together. This culminated in the establishment of the Greendoor Group, which now includes Cargo 2 Congo , Ka Go 2 Go and Hauloads Zambia Ltd.