Customers will be able to pick up orders and make payments at the different Bata and Total stations in the country. 

Africa’s largest e-commerce company is partnering with Total and Bata to boost delivery

Total is one of  the leading fuel retailers in Uganda; active in exploration and production with approximately 160 service stations in the country. 

Founded in 1894, Bata is the world’s leading shoemaker by volume, designing stylish and comfortable footwear at surprisingly affordable prices. Bata is a family-owned business serving more than 1 million consumers a day in our 5,300 stores, and producing locally in our 23 Bata-owned manufacturing facilities across five continents.

The promise of e-commerce across Uganda has been facing challenges in delivery. The largest operator in the Uganda, Jumia is taking a step through a partnership with Bata and Total petrol stations across the Country.

Customers will be able to pick up orders and make payments at the different Bata and Total stations in the country. 

Pick-up stations are not a new concept in Africa with Jumia having introduced this in Kenya, Nigeria and many other African Countries. 

Jumia is an online marketplace in Africa for electronics, and fashion among others.The company is also a logistics service, which enables the shipment and delivery of packages from sellers to consumers, and a payment service, which facilitates transactions among participants active and Jumia’s platform in selected markets.

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