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Senegalese logistics marketplace Logidoo raises $1.5 million

The African continent is experiencing a rapid economic transformation, fueled by a growing young population, urbanization, and increasing internet penetration. This surge in activity has exposed a critical need for efficient and reliable logistics solutions. In response, a wave of innovative startups is emerging, aiming to bridge the gap in Africa’s logistics infrastructure. Among these frontrunners is Logidoo, a Senegalese logistics marketplace platform making a significant impact.


Logidoo: A One-Stop Shop for Streamlined Logistics

Founded in 2020 by Tamsir Ousmane Traoré, Logidoo has carved a niche for itself by offering a comprehensive logistics solution. Unlike traditional logistics companies, Logidoo doesn’t operate its own fleet of vehicles or warehouses. Instead, they function as a digital marketplace, connecting businesses with a network of pre-vetted logistics providers. This approach offers several advantages:

  • Increased Efficiency: By connecting businesses directly with a diverse pool of providers, Logidoo eliminates the need for time-consuming searches and negotiations.
  • Wider Market Reach: Logidoo integrates both formal and informal logistics players, ensuring extensive coverage across urban and rural areas. This caters to a broader range of businesses, from large corporations to small-scale entrepreneurs.
  • Streamlined Operations: Logidoo’s platform offers a user-friendly interface for businesses to compare rates, book services, and track shipments in real-time. This transparency and control empower businesses to optimize their logistics operations.

Logidoo’s Impressive Track Record and Funding Momentum

Logidoo’s commitment to innovation has translated into impressive growth. In just four years, the company has established a strong presence in four African countries: Senegal, Morocco, Ivory Coast, and Tunisia. They have successfully onboarded over 3,000 logistics providers, exceeding 100,000 completed operations and serving over 400 clients. This rapid expansion and proven track record have attracted the attention of leading investment firms.

Recently, Logidoo secured a significant funding round of $1.5 million. This investment, led by a consortium including Founders Factory Africa, Sunny Side Venture Partners, 216 Capital, Maroc Numeric Fund II, Gullit VC, and Kalys Ventures, signifies the growing confidence in Logidoo’s ability to revolutionize Africa’s logistics landscape. The funds will be used to fuel the company’s ambitious expansion plans.

Logidoo’s Expansion Plans: Reaching New Horizons

Logidoo’s vision extends beyond their current footprint. The $1.5 million funding injection will be instrumental in developing a robust franchise network across five additional countries: Congo, Gambia, Guinea Conakry, Mali, and Mauritania. This strategic expansion will allow Logidoo to capitalize on the burgeoning demand for efficient logistics solutions across West and North Africa.


This expansion presents several potential benefits:

  • Improved Regional Trade: By facilitating seamless cross-border logistics, Logidoo can contribute to the growth of regional trade within Africa. This can create new business opportunities and economic partnerships between African nations.
  • Boosting Economic Development: Efficient logistics are vital for any thriving economy. Logidoo’s expansion will empower businesses across these regions to access broader markets, reduce transportation costs, and improve delivery times. This can lead to increased investment, job creation, and overall economic growth.
  • Empowering Small Businesses: Logidoo’s platform offers small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) access to a network of reliable logistics providers at competitive rates. This can significantly reduce operational costs for SMEs, allowing them to compete more effectively and participate in the formal economy.


Conclusion: Logidoo – A Catalyst for Africa’s Logistics Revolution

Logidoo’s funding success story is a testament to the growing vibrancy of Africa’s startup ecosystem. Their innovative approach to logistics, coupled with their ambitious expansion plans, positions them as a major player in transforming the continent’s logistics landscape. By fostering smoother trade, empowering businesses, and boosting economic development across the region, Logidoo is well on its way to becoming a true catalyst for Africa’s logistics revolution.

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