Month: April 2019

25 Apr by surelylifted

COTTON

Cotton plant is a shrub which is mainly grown in the tropical and subtropical areas including America, Africa, and India. Before the oil boom in Nigeria, it has been one of the major cash crop exported to other countries, but due to the negligence of the government, the cultivation and exportation of cotton have reduced […]
24 Apr by surelylifted

ConnectNigeria Business Fair 2019

Surely Lifted Logistics would be exhibiting live at the ConnectNigeria Business Fair coming up this Friday 26th to 27th April 2019, by 9am daily at Tafawa Balewa Square, Lagos Nigeria. Please do join us.
18 Apr by surelylifted

Our Courier Coordinator talks briefly on our Courier Service

Surely Lifted Logistics Courier Coordinator Mr Adekunle Shokoya talks briefly on our Courier Service. Also introducing our Shop and Ship Service, whereby you do not need to travel overseas to do your shopping. You can just shop online from about 22 countries and we will get it to your doorstop with ease. For more information […]
10 Apr by surelylifted

SLL STAFF TRAINING: UNDERSTANDING BUSINESS SERVICES

SLL organized a training for its Staff on understanding business services, with the main focus on customer satisfaction, effective service delivery and creative service packaging. The training which took place for two days was a wonderful one as an SLL staff got rewarded for his commendable act of representing the company properly.  
9 Apr by surelylifted

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES AT SURELY LIFTED LOGISTICS!!!

Surely Lifted Logistics Limited – a top player in the haulage industry is looking for partnership with investors who are ready to invest in the acquisition of trucks for short and long term lease (30, 20 tons). Trailer park now available within Agbara axis for parking, loading and offloading containers e.t.c. at affordable price. Drop […]
1 Apr by surelylifted

CASSAVA IN NIGERIA

Nigeria is the world’s largest producer of Cassava (Manihot esculenta). In 1999, the country produced 33 million tonnes, while a decade later, it produced approximately 45 million tonnes, which is almost 19% of production in the world. The average yield per hectare is 10.6 tonnes. In Nigeria, cassava production is well-developed as an organized agricultural […]