Bolloré Logistics Rwanda participated to the third edition of the Global Logistics Convention

September 27th, 2019

From August 29th to 30th, Bolloré Logistics, took part to the Global Logistics Convention in Kigali, Rwanda.

​This event, organized by the RWAFA (Rwandan Freight Forwarders Association) and the Rwanda Transporters Association, in collaboration with various Rwanda government and Private Sectors Federation PSF, aimed to offers a unique opportunity for professionals in logistics sector from all over the world to share the best practices. The Global Logistics Convention also allowed them to engage with transport and logistics policy makers, network with a wide range of stakeholders and learn emerging trends and developments in the logistics sector, through various conferences and meeting sessions.

The convention was the occasion for Bolloré Logistics Rwanda to showcase its transport and logistics expertise through the intervention of Jean Luc MIRAVUMBA, HFO of Bolloré Logistics Rwanda, as a moderator during a conference about leveraging on technology & e-commerce advancements to improve freight logistics services.

 

About Bolloré Logistics Rwanda

Bolloré Logistics is a global transport and logistics leader. The company became one of the key partners in the supply chain and one of the ten biggest companies in transport and logistics worldwide, with the largest integrated logistics network in Africa.

Our 95 experts based in Rwanda are committed to offering their customers the products, solutions and services they need at the best price possible.

Our teams undertake to design bespoke services and to carry out those services with the utmost transparency, respect for the commitments and compliance.


Picture legend: Mr. Michel Sebera, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Trade & Industry of Rwanda and Mr. Jean Luc MIRAVUMBA, Head Of Front Office at Bolloré Transport & Logistics Rwanda.

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