Logis-T Africa Women #002

Discover the second issue of Logis-T Africa Women, our magazine dedicated to women in the transport and logistics sector in Africa.

On the front page, we focus on 6 women working in the sector in Cameroon, Ghana, Liberia and Nigeria.

This second issue introduces two new sections:

– Man’s voice: in which a man from the sector,  Mr. Pokolo F.J. Andrewson Jr, Director General of the Atlantic Maritime Agency (AMASCO), shares his views on the importance of women in the sector;

– Vox pop: where two women of the sector gave us their opinion on the theme: “Gender equality in the logistics sector”.

You will also find the latest news on women working in logistics in Africa.

We thank our guest editor Wheymar Reeves, Commercial Executive at APM Terminals Liberia and President of WILA Liberia.

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