Courierplus Logistics, a leading Logistics and Distribution Services Company has launched its operations in Nairobi.
Courierplus Logistics offers a range of solutions aimed at helping customers re-engineer and re-invent their businesses to compete successfully in an ever-changing marketplace; their objective being to give clients a competitive edge in the marketplace.
Over the years, Courierplus Logistics has gathered expertise, experience, and competency to cater for a diverse client base in sectors such as Banking and Financial Service, Manufacturing, Telecommunications, Government / Parastatals, Tea industry & Apparel industries.
Speaking during the launch, Courierplus Africa President Mr. Tokunbo Talabi said that as a Pan African company both in ownership and perspective, they have a global growth vision.
“Courierplus understands that most countries are predominantly net importers and as such we endeavor to offer solutions to importers from various parts of the continent. As most African economies focus on growth, there are tremendous opportunities for export especially for SMEs, we have on offer specialized services to manage their export requirements,” said Mr. Talabi.
Talabi noted that they are very customer focused using a consultative approach to determine customer logistics needs, offering customized solutions to deliver consignments across the world and striving to always exceed customer expectations.
Maureen Kolenyo, Courierplus East & Central Africa, Regional Head noted that the move to open offices in Nairobi Kenya was quite strategic.
“Kenya is indeed the economic trade hub for the East and Central Africa region. Logistically, Kenya has direct flights to all the countries in East and Central Africa; therefore, setting up the office in Nairobi will allow us to offer superior services to our customers across the region,” added Kolenyo.
Kolenyo reiterated that as a company, instant feedback to their customers is guaranteed. Efficient and effective communication is also ensured through the use of your reference number via; website, mobile app, SMS, email. One can also get in touch with their dedicated customer service executives.
Courierplus has a vision of establishing its footprint all over Africa and has started this feat with the East African segment with Kenya taking the lead. The company’s future plan is to be fully represented across Africa and then key markets in the Middle East and Asia.