Africa continuing to show logistics potential

Scan Global Logistics (SGL) continues to strengthen its foothold in Africa, opening its first office in Nairobi, Kenya.

Already well-represented with offices in Togo, Benin, Mali, Cote d’Ivoire, Senegal and South Africa, the Danish company said this latest expansion is a pivotal part of its strategy to tap into the fast-developing African continent’s significant potential.

With the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) opening, connecting coastal Mombasa with inland Nairobi, the improved road infrastructure over the last years, and Kenya’s advantageous location as the gateway for East Africa, SGL sees great potential by investing in the region.

In close collaboration with their logistics colleagues in South and West Africa, the expansion to East Africa will provide SGL with a competitive geographical coverage to further support its large aid and relief and commercial cargo customers, the company said in a statement.

In other news, Kässbohrer proudly hosted its business partners, associates and stakeholders last week at its headquarters in Goch, Germany.

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