Bolloré Transport & Logistics has acquired a 5,000 sq m warehousing space at the Nairobi Gate Industrial Park, Kenya, to accommodate its expanding supply chain activities.
The ultra-modern warehouse allows Bolloré to accommodate the expanding requirements of its Contract Logistics clientele from the FMCG and beverage industries.
Jason Reynard, Bolloré Transport & Logistics regional CEO for East Africa, said: “Bolloré Transport & Logistics has experienced a rapid expansion of our contract logistics and warehousing business in Kenya, prompting us to seek high-quality third-party warehousing facilities to supplement our owned sites.
“The Nairobi Gate Industrial Park meets our in infrastructural standards from which we can continue to offer value-added inventory management services to our clients.”
Located on Nairobi’s Eastern Bypass, the warehouse is highly accessible and convenient with connectivity to key arterial roads, Jomo Kenyatta international airport and the inland container depot.
Modifications were also introduced for the warehouse to suit the requirements and be fully operational.
In addition to this new acquisition, Bolloré operates 161,277 sq m warehousing space in Nairobi and Mombasa through ownership or long-term lease.
The company provides both customs bonded and free value-added warehousing facilities for FMCG, retail, manufacturing and soft commodities such as tea and coffee, and the aid and relief sector.