Logistics firm eyes natural gas business
He said the company is focusing at investing in the energy sector and make sure it participate in developing the country’s economy by offering employment, paying tax and ensure quality and reliable services to Tanzanians.
Mr Kulwa was speaking during the official launch of Bollor? Transport and Logistics company over the weekend. Earlier the company’s country Managing Director and Cluster Director for Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi, Mr Regis Tissier his company has recently changed its name to Bollor?
Transport and Logistics, in a bid to improve and increase performance in doing business.
“This is an important milestone for the customers and the company at large, because the new name will be able to connect all the operations throughout the globe,” said Mr Tissier.
Bollore family owned group has over the years grown to become one of the 500 largest companies in the world, with footprints in 155 countries and a workforce of over 54,000 employees. “Our new name reflects the strong working commitments of our longstanding shareholder Bollor?
Group to the transport and logistics sector,” noted the MD.
The company assists its clients’ international growth by delivering performance, generating solutions that combine innovative design with flexible execution capabilities.
Since its establishment in 1932, Bollore Tanzania has continued to make important contributions to the country’s economy.
“This can be reflected through a line of awards from government authorities such a certificate of the most compliant taxpayer under the clearing and forwarding companies from the fifth Taxpayers Day in 2011 to eighth in 2014,” pointed out Mr Tissier.