KwikShelf will allow Nigerian businesses and merchants to store their fast-moving inventory in a central location in Lagos, and to quickly and easily deliver orders to their customers.
Kwik, a fast-growing digital platform for logistics services, is announcing today the launch of KwikShelf, its first on-demand e-commerce fulfillment center in Lagos.
KwikShelf is a 1,125 sqm facility located in Iddo House, Oyingbo in the center of Lagos. It will open this September and will provide Nigerian merchants with a safe, secure, and central location to store their inventory and fulfill orders.
Merchants will be able to book warehousing space on demand and entirely outsource the storage and fulfillment of their inventory to KwikShelf. This will allow them to focus on their core business activities and to scale their operations more easily.
“KwikShelf is a groundbreaking project mixing e-commerce and commercial real estate in Nigeria. We are delighted that a key part of Leventis’ real estate portfolio of commercial is part of this project.” declared Seun ONI, CEO of A.G. Leventis Ltd, owner of Iddo House.
According to Kwik’s CEO Romain POIROT-LELLIG, KwikShelf plans to open up to 20 e-commerce fulfillment centers in major Nigerian cities to meet the rising demand for flexible warehousing and fulfillment solutions in the country. Its fulfillment services are fully integrated with Kwik’s award-winning last-mile delivery service.
Kwik has been founded in 2018 by Romain POIROT-LELLIG, Iyeyinka OLAYANJU and Olivier DECROCK in Lagos to create a one-stop-shop digital platform for logistic services in Africa. The company connects delivery partners and warehouse owners with merchants and businesses and also provide financial and payment services to its customers.