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Firm Targets AfCFTA To Raise Earnings
Published Mar 23, 2023 IN Business,
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WITH the World Bank disclosing that a broad scope of trade facilitating measures will be necessary to unlock $292 billion of the $450 billion in potential income gains from the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), a software firm facilitating continental and global commerce through scalable technology-based solutions, ‘Terminal Africa’, said it is set to tap into the African-wide platform. 

Co-founder and Chief Marketing Officer of Terminal Africa Limited, Udi Okoh, said: “as an aggregator of logistics services, Terminal Africa enables businesses of diverse scales or micro-scale to large corporations, including individuals, eCommerce firm s, a n d on l in e ve n dors, to seamlessly connect with trusted logistics services providers. With the Terminal Africa platform, users can efficiently get shipping rates, arrange deliveries, generate labels, track shipments, and update their customers via a single online platform.” CEO of Terminal Africa, Nnamdi Okoh, said the goal is to keep integrating more local and international couriers as it expands into other countries. “Beyond logistics services, The Terminal Starter, Terminal Basic, and Terminal Premium plans feature a wide range of enterprise-promotion tools that help enhance business performance and help digitise operations for both SMEs, large businesses and e-commerce outlets. 

“Some of these tools available on Terminal help with practical and targeted advertising, provision of e-commerce dashboards or customisable website templates, stock and inventory management, free transfers monthly to any local bank account and digital corporate invoicing. We are making it easier for businesses, merchants, marketplaces, and platforms to grow and create value for the economy”, Okoh said.

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