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Logistics firm eyes bigger market with Kenya entry

The firm provides customers with a broad range of services with flexible pick-up and delivery times. It started with freight forwarding before expanding into contract logistics and will now offer small packages delivery.PHOTO:COURTESY

A global logistics company has set up base in Mombasa. Freight In Time (FIT), the authorised services contractor of global logistics company UPS, opened its doors to customers last week.

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The firm provides customers with a broad range of services with flexible pick-up and delivery times. It started with freight forwarding before expanding into contract logistics and will now offer small packages delivery.

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Chief Executive Officer Shamit Shah said the addition of small packages to its product offering means that it can offer customers a complete solution from an enhanced bundle of products. “We, therefore, want to give something back to our Mombasa customers.

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This is a testimony of our commitment to providing a wider range of solutions to our customers with an efficient, reliable service,” he said.

FIT has invested in a modern airside 24-hour facility at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport for handling and processing of shipments.

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