12 logistics centres planned in Africa in three years, says Egyptian Exporters Association

12 logistics centres planned in Africa in three years, says Egyptian Exporters Association

Feb 8, 2017: The Egyptian Exporters Association – Expolink (EEA) has planned to open 12 logistics centres in Africa within three years, chairman Khaled El-Mikati announced Monday.

Expolink is also set to inaugurate four logistics centres this year, El-Mikati added.

Another logistics centre will be opened in Uganda within two months, to act as a main hub to distribute Egyptian products, El-Mikati stated.

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