A partnership to ensure smooth, on-demand and flexible last-mile delivery of light auto spare parts to customers in Nigeria has been signed between Kwik Delivery and Winpart.
Winpart is a division of CFAO Automotive exclusively dedicated to export of wholesale spare parts to Africa. Its knowledge of the African market, supported by CFAO group’s, allows it to propose new products adapted to the entire fleet of vehicles of each country where it operates.
Commenting on the deal, General Manager of Winpart, Olivier Buisson, stated that, “The goal of Winpart, a division of CFAO Motors with a spread in several other African countries is to make available to motorists, quality auto parts from the Original Equipment (OEMs) Manufacturers like Denso, Bosch, Valeo, Philips, C-works, Riken, and a host of others.
“The heavy circulation of fake automotive spare parts in the Nigerian market has not only accounted for a great number of road accidents but also has led to the loss of lives and resources. We are changing this narrative.
“As we commence operation in Nigeria, we need a flexible, reliable and last-mile logistics partner that can adapt to the needs of each customer while delivering in less than two hours upon pick up of parcel. Kwik ticks all the right boxes and we are happy that this partnership will work for our customers,” he added.
“In Nigeria as in anywhere else, auto spare parts are fast-moving consumer goods. Thanks to Kwik, Winpart will be able to supply gas filling stations with their orders within 2-hours declares Romain Poirot-Lellig, Founder & CEO of Africa Delivery Technologies, who operates the Kwik platform. “The goal is to support Winpart and their customers grow their business while managing their inventory with quasi just-in-time leanness.” Winpart provides auto spare parts to the Total gas station network in Nigeria, among others.
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