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DHL Express, a foremost international express services provider and Total, Nigeria’s leading multinational energy company retailer and provider of convenience services, have joined forces to increase consumer access in Nigeria.
A statement by Olawale Adetula, DHL’s Marketing & Communications Manager, West Africa, disclosed the partnership on Monday in Lagos.
The statement said that the companies signed a retail partnership in a bid to provide customers with better access to global express services.
It said that a consumer looking to send documents or parcels overseas could now simply walk into a Total service station to send their shipment.
The service, it noted, ensured greater convenience and accessibility to the over 220 countries and territories that DHL serves.
The statement said the project was currently being piloted in 30 Total service stations around Nigeria in the first phase, adding that 100 additional service stations were earmarked for phase two.
It quoted Randy Buday, Country Managing Director, DHL Express Nigeria, as saying that it would have a great impact on consumers across the country.