Logistics firm, Siginon Group says it has invested USD 2.4 Million in expanding its fleet driven by increasing customer demands for reliable cargo transportation by road.
The Kenyan logistics company with operations in Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania, through the investment, they have acquired an additional fleet of 40 trucks.
Meshack Kipturgo, the Siginon Group Managing Director said, “The acquisition of the additional trucks ensures that we meet the growing demand for efficient cargo movement by road from both the Port of Mombasa and the Inland Container Depot (ICD) in Embakasi. We will continue to listen to the voice of our customers and offer services that will keep powering trade for our customers.”
Siginon Group operations include ground handling in Siginon Aviation, Siginon Global Logistics and Siginon CFS.