Moving goods around Africa has been a huge challenge and only a few companies have managed the onerous task of delivering goods around the 30.37 million km² landmass.
The African continent’s supply chain is largely broken and local business owners to multinationals know this. Many African countries have severally ranked low on indicators such as cross-border clearance processes, quality of trade, infrastructure, inconsistent tax regimes, and consignments’ track and trace mechanisms on the World Bank’s Logistics Performance Index.
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