Mar 27, 2019: Imperial Logistics' healthcare business in Nigeria has been recognised as one of the 'Companies to Inspire Africa' for 2019 by the London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG).

Imperial Logistics' CEO of African region division Johan Truter notes that Worldwide Healthcare's proud position on the London Stock Exchange Group's Companies to Inspire Africa Report is a tribute to the hard work of the entire team.

The report recognises high-growth firms that are crucial to the future of the African economy - capable of driving transformative economic growth in their home countries, Africa and beyond. This year marked the second edition of the Companies to Inspire Africa Report, which is published with the support and collaboration of PricewaterhouseCoopers, African Development Bank Group, the UK's development finance institution CDC Group, and research partner Asoko Insight.

"Making it on to this prestigious list of Africa's most inspirational high-growth businesses is a significant accomplishment in the current challenging market conditions. It is the result of the stellar efforts of the leadership and all the employees at Worldwide Healthcare," said Truter.

Other recent accolades garnered by Imperial Logistics' African regions division include a %u2018Distributor of the Year' award for its pharmaceutical distributor business in Kenya. Truter stated, "Surgipharm has been honoured as %u2018Distributor of the Year in Anglophone Africa' by global health and hygiene company, Essity. This award recognises Surgipharm's outstanding distribution performance for Essity, including growing market share for our client's medical solutions range and capturing competitor market share."

In another achievement in East Africa, the Kenya Revenue Authority has presented Imperial Logistics' Managed Solutions business with a top taxpayer's award. "This annual award recognises businesses for exemplary tax compliance. We were very honoured to have the trophy presented by the president of the Republic of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta, to Imperial Managed Solutions' East Africa finance director Martin Mbugua," Truter stated.

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