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10
May

Bifasor, next Uber for Africa's transport and logistics?

Press

“Created by Zakaria Dabone from Burkina Faso and his multicultural team, the Bifasor platform seeks to become the African Uber for transport and logistics professionals.”

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30
Jan

5 African e-shipping startups to watch

Press

Fed up of the limited infrastructure available in Africa for transporting goods, the continent’s tech-savvy entrepreneurs are stepping up to address the need: tech-forward logistics startups are springing up Africa-wide. Disrupt Africa introduces five of the most exciting African e-shipping startups to watch (and use).

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13
Oct

Bifasor gives a boost to the transport of merchandise

Press

“With its team composed of five people, the company seeks to gather carriers, freight forwarders, warehouse operators, but also mechanics and garages, on a single web platform which has been opened to everyone in Ivory Coast, Burkina Faso and Ghana. At the risk of counteracting reigning brokers who rule a sector which is still mostly informal.”

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06
Jul

E-Platform for Africa's freight transport sector

Press

“The African tech start-up company Bifasor is convinced that new technologies will transform and boost trade in the continent. The company therefore plans to establish a platform where registered transport and logistics firms can find business partners and clients and manage their daily affairs through a single dashboard, and a marketplace, where vendors of spare parts, logistical equipment and other services can engage in e-commerce.”

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30
May

African logistics matchmaking platform set for launch

Press

Bifasor, a matchmaking platform for transport and logistics professionals, is set to launch in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, in July, with beta tests also scheduled for Ghana and Ivory Coast before a full commercial launch in October.

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04
May

Business scenarios illustrate how Start-up can facilitate transport and logistics in Africa (3/3)

Press

In the final part of Lloyd’s Loading List’s series on start-up Bifasor’s project to help Africa’s transport and logistics businesses run their operations more efficiently and profitably, the company’s COO, Steven Silverstein, demonstrates through business scenarios how the matchmaking platform and marketplace will work in practice and facilitate T&L activity across the continent.

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