Meet Folashade Akanni-Shelle: MD, #Bolloré Transport & Logistics Nigeria

Folasade Akanni-Shelle: “Having worked in various roles and countries, it is an honour to return home and I look forward to working closely with the team to navigate this dynamic market”

Folashade Akanni-Shelle has been appointed Managing Director of Bolloré Transport & Logistics in Nigeria.

She takes over from Jean-Baptiste Rambaud, who is pursuing his career in the group in the middle east region.

Folashade Akanni-Shelle has 17 years of experience with Bolloré Transport & Logistics.

She joined the company in 2003 as Line Representative for OT Africa Line at Cross Marine Services in Lagos, before successively being appointed Sea freight Import Manager at Bolloré Africa Logistics Nigeria (former SDV Nigeria), Head of Logistics Services in Ghana, Director of Logistics Solutions in Uganda, and General Manager in Tanzania.

She is now in charge of the development of the entity with the support of her teams, harnessing her experience as well as her knowledge of the African continent, with the aim of establishing the company as a leader in the transport and logistics sector in Nigeria.

FOLASHADE AKANNI-SHELLE: “Having worked in various roles and countries, it is an honour to return home and I look forward to working closely with the team to navigate this dynamic market and cement Bolloré Transport & Logistics as a reference in Transport and Logistics in Nigeria”

About Bolloré Transport & Logistics in Nigeria

Bolloré Transport & Logistics Nigeria is a major operator in transport and logistics, currently employing over 600 direct and indirect employees. Based in Lagos, the company has several agencies, including in Port Harcourt, Badagry, Agbara and Abuja, and 26 warehouses across the country. It has developed expertise in various key sectors such as fast-moving consumer goods, telecom and mining logistics. Every year, it supports socially responsible initiatives for the benefit of local communities.

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