1. Nigeria, The Pride Of Africa’s Economy
How many chests were puffed out with pride as 2014 closed and it was declared that Nigeria had the strongest economy in Africa? It was about time many were thinking, after all the country’s middle class has been growing steadily over the last few years.
With the gap between the haves and have-nots closing it was only a matter of time before their needs and wants sprinted cargo to Nigeria from London, China and the rest of the world.
If you can afford the best and treat yourself to the finer things in life only to discover they’re not on your local boutique’s shelves, you’ll soon be casting your net a little further.
The net for keeping your skin looking good and feeling delicious has been cast around the world increasing Nigeria’s global shipping by a whopping 35% over the last five years.
Shopping and Shipping to Africa
For those whose essentials can only be found in the aisles of premium stores such as Harrods or Selfridges, keeping the luminous glow of their skin and hair topped up requires a little more finesse. It’s no doubt a blessing when companies like B-line logistics provide a concierge style service along with their cheap international shipping throughout Africa from UK.
Whether it’s Estée Lauder’s Revitalizing Supreme Global Anti-Aging Creme or Crème de La Mer’s Moisturizing Soft Cream; door to door worldwide shipping keeps your favourite cosmetics within reach at all times. The next time your pot of face serum is running low and you’re starting to worry about your features, you’ll have access to a company that can shop as well as arrange shipping from UK to wherever you are in Africa.
2. The Naira Falls Yet Cheap International Shipping Raises Profits
Even with the Naira dropping like a pebble in a well, savvy car importers have been watching their profits steadily rise. Why? They fully appreciate that regardless of whether or not their customers have an abundance of disposable income or not, nobody likes to waste their hard earned cash. Taking advantage of cheap international shipping on high quality cars that are suited to Nigeria’s range of road surfaces has made everyone feel like they’re winning.
Sure you could buy a cheaper, locally made product, smile at the pennies you’ve saved but will it really be worth it when you have to start repairing or replacing parts in what feels like half an hour’s time?
With over a million cars being marketed yearly, Nigeria is fast becoming the automotive hub of Africa. Affordable shipping throughout Africa means buyers can choose exactly what they want instead of relying on what the local dealership has to offer.
Stress-less Cargo Services To Nigeria
Gone are the days where dealing with customs was a headache in itself, you no longer need to know someone who plays golf with the right “somebody” to guarantee the smooth transit of your shipments. Modern day UK shipping companies sort the paperwork out so all you need to do is scrawl your autograph on the dotted line and jump behind the wheel.
There are few things that compare to that new car feeling and when your vehicle has the kind of suspension that hugs every bump so you barely feel a thing, the list gets even shorter.
As investing in a vehicle that can move with ease between the smooth paved roads of a glossy compound and the rough terrain of urban back streets makes sound sense, it’s little wonder that car importers are seeing their profits rise despite the tumbling Naira.