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Africa Logistics Properties Launches Supply Chain Breakfast Forum to Address Current Challenges in East African Region
Africa Logistics Properties (ALP), a modern warehousing solutions company, hosted a breakfast networking forum in honor of its second anniversary of the completion of phase one – ALP North at Tatu City Industrial Park. The event brought together key stakeholders in the logistics and supply chain for the purpose of generating industrial solutions.
Speaking at the event, CEO of Africa Logistics Properties Richard Hough said: As we complete operations in Kenya, we as an organization have noticed various challenges in the ecosystem of the supply chain in East Africa. We are delighted that our first Supply Chain Breakfast event is a way to create a dialogue to address some of the major challenges that many business experiences have in the supply chain ecosystem, as well as aligning the best international practices that are relevant and can be applied in the East African region.
He further added: "With ALP Logistics Centers we can provide a key part of the solution and improve distribution in Kenya by optimizing the supply chain and logistics processes. By eliminating the challenges of transport and transportation, finding better ways to store goods and using technology effectively. ”
Africa Logistics Properties flagship project ALP Nairobi North & # 39; s is Kenya's first international standard class logistics and distribution center. The project consists of 47,000 square meters of international standard warehouse on an area of 22 acres. The first two phases of ALP North are leased over 82%, and the third last phase of 19 600sqm is delivered in May 2019.