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Brands We Love: Redoxcorp

Economies need physical mobility. Products need to be moved from their place of manufacture to locations in which they’re accessible by retailers and consumers. The vehicles that meet this need are helping to sustain global commerce in more ways than one.

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This industry of load-bearing vans, trucks, and planes– the logistics –also connects much of the Nigerian economy. The organizations within this sphere serve segments as disparate as hospitality and retail, healthcare, and the public sector, enabling them to move and take delivery of items they consider important.

One brand that’s playing this role is Redoxcorp, a logistics and shipping company headquartered in Lagos. Starting half-a-decade ago, they have helped hundreds of clients transport their parcels and goods, over varying distances, to destinations within and outside of Nigeria.

Redoxcorp began operations in 2015. Since then, it has established a working relationship with partners locally and in several other countries. These partnerships have allowed it to move its client’s goods, often covering hundreds and thousands of miles on land and sea in the process.

The company offers national and transnational courier services. Its pick up stations are located in various parts of Nigeria, as well as in London, Paris, and Dubai. Within Nigeria, its main pick up station for mails and parcels is in Lagos.

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There’s also domestic delivery for parcels headed for private destinations, including homes. This service is aided by a 24-hour tracking system that informs clients about the current location of their goods. Redoxcorp deploys IT tools to automate these services.

Thanks to its collaboration with several airlines, the company is also able to transport goods over the air. Its air freight service covers the country’s major cargo airports in Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt, and Kano.

Redoxocorp’s sea freight service operates out of four ports: Tincan, Apapa, Onne, and Kaduna Inland Dry ports. This service allows for the delivery of cargo within Nigeria, and the shipping of exports out of the country.

Thus far, Redoxcorp has catered to individuals and institutions, and especially to industrial concerns. It continues to expand its operations into the rest of West Africa, where there’s always a high demand for logistic solutions.


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Ikenna Nwachukwu

Ikenna Nwachukwu holds a bachelor's degree in Economics from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He loves to look at the world through multiple lenses- economic, political, religious and philosophical- and to write about what he observes in a witty, yet reflective style.

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