Zido Logistics, a portfolio company, has started operations in London, Texas and Guangzhou. Our goal in Zido is to expand the pioneering B2B freight brokerage coverage to support local B2B logistics and freight markets in major cities of the world. As Yahoo Finance reports, “Despite the Covid19 pandemic rocking the economy and the peculiar challenges prevalent in tech startups in Africa, Zido grew its revenue and even raised $3million fund early this year, to scale up Zido’s activities to further help organizations fix logistics frictions. Swiftly following this, the company signed a $10million per year contract with one of Africa’s largest conglomerates, so far one of the largest contracts in the history of the Logistics sector.”
Zido is the DNA of Africa’s Logistics. Congratulations Team Zido under the leadership of Samuel Ajiboyede.
Zido is expanding its B2B freight brokerage coverage to support local B2B logistics and freight markets in major cities of the world. They are also focused on creating efficient delivery channels with top retail companies like Amazon, Walmart, Ebay, AliExpress, Alibaba, Made-in-China; to facilitate and enhance the shipment process to the African market. They recently expanded, opening up offices in Texas in the USA, Guangzhou in China and London in the UK.
The CEO of Zido Freight, Samuel Ajiboyede is enabling unprecedented efficiency and cost reduction in the entire shipment framework, providing end-to-end logistics solutions that facilitate optimum efficiencies for cargo owners, transporters, cargo recipients and freight forwarders, through the combination of a thorough on and off-site operations team, advanced technology, and customer service system.
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