Sub-Saharan Africa Logistics Comprehensively Discussed in New In-Demand Transport Intelligence Report

14 Nov 2012 • by Natalie Aster

Easily accessible and strategic information for Logistics service providers, global manufacturers, banks and financial institutions, materials handling equipment providers, property development companies and consultancies as well as all C-level executives is available in the “Sub-Saharan Africa Logistics 2012” report by Transport Intelligence.

Sub-Saharan Africa encompasses a diverse range of economies, but it is the poorest region in the world. However, over the last ten years it has seen stronger economic growth than almost any other region (the only exception being Asia).

Report Details:

Sub-Saharan Africa Logistics 2012
Published: November, 2012
Pages: 284
Price: US$ 1.850,00

This report provides a comprehensive overview of the opportunities and key areas of focus for logistics providers in the region, with a breakdown by individual vertical sectors.

The survey report also contains a range of illustrative maps of the region’s infrastructure and emphasises the weaknesses in the region’s network.

“Sub-Saharan Africa Logistics 2012” is full of qualitative and quantitative data which will give you an all round understanding of the state of logistics in the region and the development prospects.

In addition to the extensive analysis of logistics in specific vertical sectors, the report summarises the humanitarian efforts undertaken by organisations and the effect this has had on the logistics industry in the region.

The report also outlines the problems faced by perishable and cold chain logistics providers as they experience significant threats to their products including poor infrastructure, inadequate storage facilities, corruption and violence.

More information can be found in the report “Sub-Saharan Africa Logistics 2012” by Transport Intelligence.

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