Kobo360, one of the fastest growing technology companies in Africa focused on the logistics/ supply chain framework officially launched today in Ghana. The company recently launched in Togo and is hoping to launch in other West African countries in the interim.
Kobo360 has been in beta operation in Ghana for 3 months and has already recorded over 100 trips, collaborating with clients such as Olam Ghana.
Chief Operating Officer – West Africa of Kobo360, Bilal Abdullah said, “We foresee great opportunities in Ghana – not just for us, but also for our clients and drivers. By moving into Ghana, we are connecting all of the markets and are building a global logistics operating system [G-LOS] that will support our clients in their quest to move their cargo around the continent.
“With Ghana’s port of Tema undergoing major expansion works in order to quadruple it’s handling capacity, we are anticipating demand for a safe, reliable and cost-effective delivery of goods, which is where Kobo360 will be instrumental.”
The Kobo360 platform will use data and technology to match user requests with a selection of quality trucks of all categories. The company has worked with partners including Coca Cola, Olam, and Dangote.
By the end of 2019, Kobo360 is expected to be in nine African countries.
Joseph-Albert Kuuire is the creator and editor of TechNovaGh.com, an online digital platform focusing on technology in Ghana.
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