We’ve identified three supply-chain megatrends that can open pathways to faster growth and greater capacity.


FMCG supply-chains are complex. You would know.

The journey between your production facility and the local supermarket is a long one involving several processes and many moving parts. Navigating collection, storage, customs, clearance and delivery can challenge even the most resilient of supply chains.

And when you’re in a complex business environment like Nigeria, with its intricate series of regulations, its unpredictable terrain and infrastructural woes, the challenges seem insurmountable.

How do you circumvent these problems?

First, a plan. We’ve identified three global supply chain megatrends that we think will define FMCG logistics in Nigeria and West Africa over the next few years. These three factors - supply-chain transformation, technology and innovation, and sustainability – can be a massive positive influence on the way your supply chain functions, creating value and capacity, and driving growth.

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