Sendy CEO Meshack Alloys opens Abidjan office to tackle West African market

Sendy CEO Meshack Alloys opens Abidjan office to tackle West African market

The Kenyan logistics startup already backed by Toyota Tsusho Corporation is investing in the region after gaining traction in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.

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            ▪ Sendy CEO Meshack Alloys opens Abidjan office to tackle West African market

▪ The Kenyan logistics startup already backed by Toyota Tsusho Corporation is investing in the region after gaining traction in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.

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It took Meshack Alloys, Sendy’s CEO, and his teams a little over six years to cross the continent and tackle the West African zone. It is now a done deal or is at least in the process of registering a subsidiary in Côte d’Ivoire in September.

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