Bolloré Logistics will attend the Africa Sourcing and Fashion Week 2018 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

October 1st, 2018

The Bolloré Logistics team will participate in the fourth edition of the « Africa Sourcing and Fashion Week » 2018 at Millennium Hall in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. This event strives to constitute the primary business assembly for the fashion, apparel and textile industries in Africa. The textile industry, identified by the Ethiopian Government as a priority for the economic development of the country, is particularly dynamic.

This event will gather 250 global manufacturers and exporters who will showcase their products and industrial capacities to more than 4,000 trade professionals coming from all over the world in order to build commercial partnerships.

Thanks to its leading integrated network in Africa, Bolloré Logistics is present at both ends of the supply chain, offering services in both sourcing and consumer countries, whatever the product.

Bolloré Logistics teams will welcome you throughout the entire event at booth E52 to share their expertise regarding the African markets and also discuss your commercial projects.

Key Figures
  • 20%

    More fuel-efficient for the Boeing 787 and the Airbus A350

  • 70%

    of Urbanisation is expected by 2050

  • 27

    mega-cities are expected by 2050, with at least 10 million people, compared to 1...

  • +18,4%

    of growth for E-commerce retail market in Europe in 2015

  • 82%

    of goods are moved by road

  • 1 billion

    Population in Africa

  • 60%

    of Africa’s population will be urbanized by 2050

  • 7,5%

    of growth for Indian GDP in 2014

  • 4,9%

    of growth for African GDP in 2016

  • 6,1%

    of growth for East Asian GDP in 2015, the world’s fastest-growing region

  • 19 224 teus

    transported by the MSC Oscar, the largest container ship in the world

  • 396 m

    is the size of the MSC Oscar ship

  • 120 h

    is the Non-Stop Flight Record done by Solar Impulse

  • 4,5%

    of growth in 2015 for Global Airfreight demand