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    Logistics Startup Logidoo Launches Tunisian Subsidiary as Part of Ambitious Pan-African Expansion

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    Pan-African startup Logidoo, with a vision to become the leading transportation platform from North to South Africa, has announced the launch of its subsidiary in Tunisia, according to 216 Capital Ventures. The company recently secured $1.55 million in funding to support its expansion efforts.

    Founded 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.”

    To date, Logidoo operates in six countries: Senegal, Morocco, Ivory Coast, Mali, Mauritania, and Guinea Conakry. As for its logistics corridors, there are four in total: Casablanca-Dakar, Casablanca-Bamako, Casablanca-Ivory Coast, and Senegal-Ivory Coast.

    The establishment of its Tunisian subsidiary marks a significant step forward in Logidoo’s mission to enhance transportation infrastructure across the continent. With its innovative approach to logistics, Logidoo is poised to play a pivotal role in driving economic growth and fostering trade within Africa.

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