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Nigeria is witnessing a notable resurgence Nigeria's logistics and supply chain industries are rapidly expanding, characterized by robust growth rates and a notable 2.6 overall score in the World Bank's Logistics Performance Index for 2022. This surge is primarily fueled by significant infrastructure advancements, heightened international trade activities, flourishing manufacturing sectors, burgeoning export markets, and the widespread adoption of e-commerce platforms.
Within Nigeria's logistics landscape, both local enterprises and international giants such as United Parcel Service (UPS), DHL, and Red Star Express play pivotal roles, ensuring seamless operations and efficient delivery solutions across various sectors.

Sector Specific Incentives

Complete tax holiday from all forms of taxes, rates and levies. Enjoy immigration waiver on expatriate quota. Permission to sell 100% of goods into domestic market.

Industry Tailored Benefits

One-stop approvals for permits, operating license. 100% foreign ownership of investments.

Legislative Framework and Investment Avenues

Navigating the legislative landscape in Nigeria's logistics sector presents a plethora of investment avenues ripe for exploration. From the Courier and Logistics Services Regulations of 2020 to the Nigerian Postal Services Act of 2004, the regulatory framework provides a solid foundation for investment ventures. Opportunities span across diverse segments including warehousing, land transportation, courier services, port operations, freight forwarding, air cargo logistics, and cold chain solutions.

Regulatory Authorities

Nigerian Postal Service (NPS)

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