Logistics Plus expands in East Africa

Logistics Plus expands in East Africa

Nov 02, 2016: Logistics Plus has established new operations in Nairobi and Mombasa, Kenya, as well as Kampala, Uganda and Juba, South Sudan.

The company says that this expansion will allow it to provide additional logistics and warehousing solutions in Kenya, Uganda, South Sudan, and the entire East Africa corridor, including Burundi, Tanzania, Somalia and the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

“These expanded capabilities in East Africa provide a nice complement to our already extensive presence in northern Africa and the Middle East,” said Jim Berlin, founder and CEO of Logistics Plus. “The East Africa Community is an integral part of the African economy. Lin Siew Hua, our director of operations and business development for the Middle East and Africa, and her entire team, have been doing a great job representing and expanding the Logistics Plus banner and our trademark services to these important and developing areas of the world.”

Logistics Plus will offer a wide variety of services in its African locations, including Customs clearance, warehousing, storage and trucking.

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