NIPOST Unveils 100 Motorcycles, 10 Logistics Trucks To Cushion Hardships

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NIPOST Unveils 100 Motorcycles, 10 Logistics Trucks To Cushion Hardships
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To cushion the effect of fuel subsidy removal, NIPOST has inaugurated 100 motorcycles and 10 logistics trucks in support of the policy of the administration of President Bola Tinubu.

The Postmaster-General of the Federation, Adeyemi Sunday Adepoju, said no effort would be too small in support of the policies of the administration aimed at growing the economy.

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At the inauguration at the headquarters of NIPOST at the weekend, he said the equipment was purchased to reduce the impact of fuel subsidy removal on Nigerians.

He said the organisation is being repositioned to provide effective and efficient mail delivery at an affordable cost to mitigate the challenges associated with logistics.

Adepoju said: “We commissioned 100 motorcycles. Since we have this equipment on our own, the price of rendering logistics will be cheaper than that of others.

“The unveiling is part of the government’s efforts to cushion the effect of challenges faced by small businesses, especially the effect of fuel subsidy removal, and other challenges faced by small businesses within the logistics sector.”

“Effective and efficient national mail routes system will help put Nigeria on a proper pedestal within global postal administrations.

“The unveiling of new motorcycles and additional trucks is a practical demonstration of the management’s commitment to improving logistics, e-commerce, courier and mail delivery services.”

He explained that the logistics industry is experiencing a transformation like never before, stating that the demand for fast deliveries has skyrocketed as a result of recent development in the industry.

“Most businesses depend on transportation of their goods across local and international locations to fulfil their values and supply chain to stay connected to their customers,” Adepoju said.

The Permanent Secretary Federal Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr William Alo, who unveiled the facilities, said placing such infrastructure on ground would herald drastic development in Nigeria’s logistic industry.

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