There are nearly 200 million people in Nigeria, one of the most populated countries in the world, where the internal and foreign investments are increasing in various industries as the economy continues to grow. There are still infrastructure bottlenecks, and the logistics sector plays an important role in helping to overcome these barriers.
Medlog, the logistics arm of MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company is adapting Genesis SaaS (AKA Tracking.Report), Random Solutions Cloud Logistics Management Enterprise Platform to expand its operations power and services in Nigeria, for in-Port Operations, Barging Services, Customs Clearing, Bonded Terminal Management, Inland Transportation, Internal Management, Business To Business, and Business to Client Relations.
The Power of Random® Genesis
The result of 15 years’ experience in Nigeria’s complicated and ever growing and changing logistics field, reveals as Genesis, a cloud-based enterprise management platform, covering all aspects of a logistics provider’s Finances, HR, Customer Relations, Operations, and every part of the business process.
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Random® is a multinational technology provider of advanced business software solutions, with extensive dedication to Information Security, Green Technology, International Logistics & Related Technologies, R&D, and Automation.
Operating in Asia, Africa, Europe, and North America, Random® serves enterprises, governments and educational institutions with unmatched customer service, and quality assurance.
MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company is a global business engaged in the shipping and logistics sector. Present in 155 countries, MSC facilitates international trade between the world’s major economies, and among emerging markets across all continents.
Founded in 1970 and headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, since 1978, MSC is a privately-owned organisation. A world leader in container shipping, MSC has evolved into a globally respected business with a fleet of 520 vessels and more than 70,000 staff.
As one of the world’s geographically widest logistics and supply chain provider, MEDLOG continues a tremendous growth focusing on investment in own assets, such as inland logistics platforms, warehouses, trucks, locomotives, barges, all strategically located, facilitating logistics efficiency for the benefit of customers. With a presence in over 60 countries, MEDLOG offers multiple services, with the support of local teams around the world.