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    Logidoo Unveils Platform, Sourcing Unit, and Expanded Trade Routes to Streamline Logistics

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     Logidoo, a prominent participant in the transportation and trade facilitation sector, has announced a series of advancements designed to revolutionize the logistics landscape.

    The company’s initiatives focus on three key areas: enhanced visibility and control, optimized sourcing, and expanded global reach.

    Streamlined Logistics Management with New Platform

    Logidoo is introducing a new platform specifically crafted to streamline request management throughout the logistics process. This platform is intended to provide greater visibility and control for clients, partners, and service providers alike.

    Logidoo Business Unit Sourcing Ensures Optimal Value

    The establishment of Logidoo Business Unit Sourcing leverages the company’s expertise and vast network to identify the most reliable and cost-effective suppliers. This ensures clients can obtain the products and services they require at the most competitive prices.

    Logidoo Expands Trade Corridors in Africa

    With a focus on enhancing global connectivity, Logidoo announced the introduction of new trade corridors. These routes connect Tunisia and Turkey to key markets across Africa, including Senegal, Ivory Coast, Mali, and Guinea.

    International Transport Business Unit Bolsters Service Offerings

    Logidoo’s International Transport Business Unit is expanding its services with a variety of group departure options by road, air, and sea. Tasmir Ousmane, CEO of Logidoo, elaborated on the significant improvements within this unit.

    Ousmane highlighted features such as daily group departures by road from Dakar to Bamako for a rate of 1300 Francs per kilogram. Weekly air groupage departures are now available from Paris to Dakar at a rate of 11 euros per kilogram. Bi-weekly air groupage departures connect Dakar and Abidjan for a rate of 6000 Francs per kilogram with a transit time of 2 to 3 days.

    On the maritime front, Logidoo will offer bi-weekly groupage departures from France to Senegal at a rate of 250,000 Francs per cubic meter, inclusive of transportation and customs clearance.

    “These initiatives are stepping stones towards Logidoo’s vision of continuous innovation and exceptional customer satisfaction,” stated Tasmir Ousmane. “We are committed to delivering superior value and supporting the evolving needs of our clients.”

    A Look At Logidoo

    Founded in 2019 by Tamsir Ousmane Traoré, Logidoo aims to streamline parcel delivery to Africa while developing a digital platform that fosters connectivity among African markets through logistics. In a 2022 interview with Forbes Afrique, Traoré stated, “We aggregate all the players in the sector and organize them to create transport corridors connecting all the countries in the sub-region. Logidoo now enables any customer to move, clear customs, send products, rent trucks, or even store goods.” He further explained, “Logidoo enables businesses, merchants, and e-commerce companies to transport their goods securely while enjoying three competitive advantages. Firstly, they can compare prices based on the mode of transport; secondly, they can integrate customs clearance formalities; finally, they have the ability to track their operations online.”

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