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Logistics company opens new outlet


CEO Simplified Corporate Logistics, Mr Nduka Udeh

To further accommodate logistics needs of numerous customers across Lagos, Simplified Corporate Logistics (SCL), a premier provider of simplified export and import solutions has opened a new outlet at Ikota area of Lagos State.

The expansion, according to the organisation, is in line with its strategy of providing stress-free logistics solutions to businesses across Nigeria at unbeatable rate.

While speaking during the official opening of the ultra-modern outlet, the Managing Director, Nduka Udeh, said SCL understands that each business has its peculiar requirement and needs, depending on the market they serve and as such, the organisation has put in place a tailored solution designed to serve the uniqueness of each market to enhance client’s core business strategies.

According to Udeh, “This outlet is part of our strategic effort at ensuring that we close gaps for the customer towards facilitating business growth and reducing bottlenecks within the business environment.

“It is our first attempt in our numerous plans of expansion of getting closer to the customers and our plan here is to make sure that as customers across Nigeria approach our ground team, the solutions required are readily available.

“Aside our availability at this location, the online platform is available 24 hours for customers that are comfortable completing transactions online.

“We offer a wide range of logistics service for clients of all sizes and needs. We are committed to excellence, while leveraging on speed and transparency to reduce overall production cost of clients. Our services includes shipping, clearing, warehousing, global sourcing and procurement. Our air freight service allows the speedy delivery of any size cargo and with our ocean freight clients are guaranteed competitive rates on full container load,” he added.

He further said the firm provides consolidation for SMEs who do not have goods to fill up a container, adding that this would enable them ship goods from Nigeria to U.S. at reduced shipping rate.

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