Pukka Logistics Celebrates 10 Years Of Providing Quality Services

Pukka Logistics and Support Services Limited, Lagos, will be marking its 10 years of excellence in providing quality services tomorrow, Sunday, October 21.

The event which promises to be fun and exciting will be holding a culture and client appreciation night at the Skyline Terrace Hall, Lagos Oriental Hotel, Lekki.

At a press conference at its Ikeja office,  CEO Pukka Logistics and Support Services Limited, Beulah Olubunmi Akingbelu Banjo, said that it has been a long tedious journey of 10 years of providing quality services to clients both in Nigeria and abroad.

The CEO who is also an immigration consultant, lawyer and human resource consultant revealed that Pukka started after a long research of ideas and inspiration into how to help people in the diaspora to sort their immigration issues, register their companies, as well as assist them with every of their needs back home without stress.

She further added that Pukka have earned a reputation of being the preferred midwife of foreign corporate organisations in Nigeria. That Pukka has a team of dedicated and well trained staffs who steadfastly ensure their clients needs and details are followed distinctively.

“In most cases, in the past, a large percentage of expatriates have got their hands burnt while trying to do business or sort logistical needs in Nigeria due to the systematic failures, sometimes  go through unprofessional middlemen who could swindle them their hard earned income or fall victim of criminals,” she said.

In the same vein, Banjo said that the public sector, Nigeria Immigration Services,  Corporate Affairs Commission, Ministry of Interior and the Nigeria Police Force are organisations who have been of tremendous support to Pukka Logistics and Support Services Limited.

“We have integrity, efficiency and dedication in our services to our corporate, public and private clients in delivering the best in compliance with best business practices obtained anywhere in the world” Banjo concluded.