Logistics Parks

World-Class Warehousing for Africa

Agility is Building Logistics Parks Across Africa

Agility Logistics Parks deliver essential infrastructure for companies operating in Africa, reducing their capital costs and shortening operational lead times. Agility warehouses and light-industrial facilities de-risk market entry for multi-nationals and provide an affordable, move-in-ready working environment for local companies to grow. Flexible leases and sizes ranging from 500 SQM for secure storage, distribution, processing, assembly and light manufacturing.

Current Projects in Africa

Cote DIvore agility logistics parks

COTE D’IVOIRE

  • Now letting
  • Opposite PK24, frontage directly onto main highway, Abidjan
  • Standard and built-to-suit warehouses
  • Logistics park: 120 acres

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MOZAMBIQUE

  • Now letting
  • Maputo Ring Road, Marracuene, Maputo
  • Standard and built-to-suit warehouses
  • Logistics park: 73 acres

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GHANA

  • Now letting
  • Tema Free Zone Enclave, Accra
  • Standard and built-to-suit warehouses
  • Logistics park: 41 acres

NIGERIA

  • Now letting
  • Ibadan Road, Lagos
  • Standard and built-to-suit warehouses
  • Warehouse park: 130 acres

Move-In-Ready & Built-to-Suit

  • Cote D’Ivoire
  • Ghana
  • Mozambique
  • Nigeria

Built-to-Suit

  • Angola
  • Cameroon
  • Djibouti
  • DRC
  • Ethiopia
  • Kenya
  • Mauritius
  • Senegal
  • Tanzania
Cote D’Ivoire
Mozambique
Ghana
Nigeria
Cameroon
Angola
Djibouti
DRC
Ethiopia
Kenya
Mauritius
Senegal
Tanzania
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Agility in Africa

Africa’s prosperity and economic development are tied to jobs, training and education. Agility and Agility Logistics Parks hire locally and develop local talent through vocational, technical and managerial training programs aimed at growing a new generation of skilled, prepared Africans and strengthening the communities and economies where we operate.

Community Investments

Community Investments

The community vocational training program at the Agility Logistics Park in Tema, Ghana, is run by Agility in collaboration with Oaida International, a NGO. It is a model for programs at Agility facilities across the continent. The program provides free training to local young adults in electrical work, brickmaking, and IT and computer skills.

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of employees at ALPs in Africa are hired locally