Simplifying Africa's Logistics and Supply Chain.
Powering African Enterprise Through Technology
Kobo360 was founded in 2018 to solve the inefficiencies in Africa’s supply chain, by creating a platform that connects manufacturers and cargo owners with truck operators, to move their goods seamlessly across the continent.
Our key focus has been to accelerate economic development and sustainable growth in Africa through a streamlined delivery process of raw materials from ports to the manufacturer; and finished goods from the manufacturer to the last-mile customer.
We use data analytics and artificial intelligence to reduce inefficiencies in last-mile delivery, provide transparency and visibility, reduce communication gaps within the entire ecosystem, optimize pick-ups and deliveries, and improve routes in real-time. Our predictive analysis also gives businesses valuable insights and enables them to make informed decisions, thereby enhancing productivity and improving customer experience.
Our mission continues, as we work towards simplifying logistics and supply chain across Africa, providing value to both businesses and transporters.
We have a physical presence in 7 African countries; Nigeria, Benin, Ghana, Uganda, Kenya, Côte d'Ivoire, Burkina Faso.
Building the Global Logistics Operating System (G-LOS) to drive efficiency and affordability in the supply chain
Powering enterprise and the economy through logistics.
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