What are the CAC requirements for the registration a logistics business?

What are the CAC requirements for the registration a logistics business?

December 18, 2019

Generally, the requirements for registering a logistics business are that it must be registered as a company having atleast a million share capital structures. However, there are stringent requirements with regards companies engaged in certain aspects of the logistics industry. These include:

  1. Freight Forwarding:

The Corporate Affairs Commission has put the minimum threshold for the registration of Logistic Companies who engage in Freight forwarding as N5, 000,000 (FIVE MILLION NAIRA). To this extent, a company that wishes to carry on Freight forwarding as part of its business objects must have a minimum share capital of N5, 000,000.

  1. Shipping company/Agent:

The Corporate Affairs Commission has put the minimum threshold for the registration of Logistic Companies who engage in shipping or who serve as agents to have as a pre-requisite a minimum share capital of N25, 000,000 (TWENTY FIVE MILLION NAIRA). To this extent a company who wishes to carry on shipping activities as part of its businesses must have a minimum share capital of N25, 000,000.

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