Logistics Parks

Small and Medium-Sized Companies

Small and Medium-Sized Companies

Stable, Secure, Efficient Warehouses to Accelerate Growth

Agility Logistics Parks give small and medium-sized businesses the stable, secure, efficient warehousing and industrial facilities they need to expand and grow. SMEs save money and scale operations in move-in-ready facilities where their space can grow and flex with them.

Agility Logistics Parks make it easier for SMEs to do business by providing more value from every square meter – for as little as three months’ deposit.

Case Studies

3PLAfrica

Ricks Logistics – Ghana

A Ghanaian trucking and logistics company serving multinational and domestic customers needed an operations and management hub

AfricacompanyFood & Beverageghanaian

Homefoods – Ghana

Ghanaian food processor required world-class packaging facility before it could secure consistent export orders from international retailers.

3PLAfrica
Ricks Logistics – Ghana

A Ghanaian trucking and logistics company serving multinational and domestic customers needed an operations and management hub

AfricacompanyFood & Beverageghanaian
Homefoods – Ghana

Ghanaian food processor required world-class packaging facility before it could secure consistent export orders from international retailers.

Client Testimonials

“The Agility Logistics Park provided the essential warehouse infrastructure and environment we were seeking for our operations. Since moving in, we have doubled the space we lease and seen our operations grow substantially, while winning new business from both domestic and multinationals. The quality environment and the SME incentives available from Agility have been fundamental to triggering our growth.”

CEO, Ricks Logistics

“The Agility Logistics Park is a very welcome addition to infrastructure in Ghana. It has enabled Homefoods to step up to the next level of growth without incurring overly expensive borrowing for non-core infrastructure necessary for expansion. The Agility SME easy-entry model will be of substantial benefit to many growing companies in Ghana that require quality facilities to support their growth.”

Felicia Twumasi
founder and CEO of Homefoods