In September 2019 Africa Logistics Properties (ALP) – a specialist integrated property investment company that develops, acquires and owns class-A industrial and logistics properties in principal cities across Africa – hosted a Supply Chain Networking Breakfast Forum in celebration of it’s second anniversary since the completion of phase one – ALP North at Tatu City’s Industrial Park. The event brought together key stakeholders in the Logistics and Supply Chain sector with the aim of generating industry solutions.
Since setting up operations in Kenya, ALP noticed various challenges in East Africa’s Supply Chain ecosystem. The first supply chain breakfast event was, therefore, a way to create dialogue to solve some of the key challenges many business’s experience within the Supply Chain ecosystem as well as align key international best practices that are relevant and can be applicable to the East African Region.
Capital One Group was engaged to support ALP spread the news in the East Arican region and in extension provide information on how the brand can tackle current logistical challenges in the East African Region.