Logistics Plus expands in East Africa

Logistics Plus has expanded its presence in east Africa with four new locations in Nairobi and Mombasa in Kenya, Kampala in Uganda and Juba in South Sudan. 
The expansion will allow the US-headquartered supply chain specialist to provide additional logistics and warehousing throughout the entire east Africa corridor, including Burundi, Tanzania, Somalia, and the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
Among the highlighted capabilities of the Logistics Plus network are 1,300 trucks in east Africa, all fitted with tracking devices for real-time positioning. It also has Customs clearance licenses in all countries, 90,000 sq ft of warehousing space in Nairobi and licenses to operate its own aircraft.
“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 chief executive 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.”

Share this story

Related Topics

Latest africa news

TAAG Angola Airlines adds Luanda-Lisbon belly capacity

TAAG Angola Airlines is strengthening its Africa-Europe belly capacity capability with the resumption of its Luanda (LAD) – Lisbon (LIS)…

Read More

Share this story

African air cargo returns to growth as carriers look to the east

The African airfreight market has had a difficult couple of years, but there are now signs of improvement and the…

Read More

Share this story

Serve Air expands its 737 freighter fleet

Serve Air has taken delivery of its second Boeing 737-800SF converted freighter from Aeronautical Engineers, Inc (AEI) as it continues…

Read More

Share this story

Air Cargo News

Air Cargo News
Established in 1983, Air Cargo News is the leading source of news, information, interviews, analyses and reports to the global airfreight industry. Our leading portfolio includes print, digital and events that give businesses in the airfreight industry the ability to connect with decision-makers in this sector.