Nigerian transport & logistics platform Kobo 360 will soon have offices in Togo

Transport
Friday, 15 February 2019 15:33
Nigerian transport & logistics platform Kobo 360 will soon have offices in Togo

(Togo First) - Nigerian transport and logistics platform, Kobo 360, will open offices in Togo next March, in line with its expansion strategy in West Africa.

The Nigerian platform, whose model is the same as Uber’s, connects companies that want to transport their goods to truck owners. To date, this network has access to a fleet of more than 5,000 trucks.

In the framework of its arrival in Togo, the startup’s representatives recently met actors of the transport sector in Lomé. In the coming months, Kobo 360 intends to expand to Ghana and Kenya.

In addition, the firm also wants to diversify its offers this year. These include warehousing and small-size (starting from five tons) delivery services.

In July 2018, Kobo 360, let’s recall, raised $1.2 million to support its ambitions in West Africa.

Ayi Renaud Dossavi

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