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Allcargo expands its presence across Africa through new developments

The company assisted six African nations during the Covid-19 lockdown

Allcargo, a global logistics major, plans to expand its presence across Africa’s vast logistics ecosystem, media reports said. It is reported that the company aims to operate the trans-country movement of big project cargoes in Africa through its global expertise team.

The company has worked with majority of the African trade hubs. Furthermore, it has undertaken key infrastructure projects across six African nations during the Covid-19 lockdown.

Rahul Rai, Business Head – Projects & Engineering Division, Allcargo Logistics, told the media, “Allcargo’s global aspirations are driven by its aim to create opportunities, drive partner progress, and lend its expertise to projects across geographies that transform economies and boost growth. It is this futuristic approach that has led the company to create a niche in Africa. Committing to the highest standards of safety and zero compromise on compliance, Allcargo is set to prove its mettle as a trusted logistics partner in helping Africa scale new heights of growth.”

The company has shown its potential despite handling complex projects like ODC transportation, water pipelines and power transmission lines by joining hands with stakeholders and customers and partners in the world’s second-largest continent.

The logistics major was involved with services such as availing exemptions, border clearance, arranging import licence, and many more in Mali. Allcargo assisted the Burundi government to carry out border clearance and empty return for transmission line construction during the lockdown.

Furthermore, the company also assisted other nation such as Tanzania, Zambia, Cameroon and Central African Republic.

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