Collectively, the companies create a strategic supply chain and logistics platform for the supply and distribution of goods and services from source to the last mile. We are committed to our continental drive to provide bespoke supply chain and logistics solutions to Corporate Entities and National Governments across the African continent.
TSL in numbers
People employed under payroll
Operating locations including 9 terminals in 2 countries
Natural gas pipeline. 20% stake in natural gas distribution company
Kilometers safely covered monthly by road
Bowsers fueling aircraft at major airport
Trucks supporting distribution of oil & gas, FMCG and construction materials across Nigeria
Transport Services Limited
Founded in 2001, the company has established a solid reputation for proficiency in the secured transportation of goods and products from source to end users across Nigeria, covering over 2.5million kilometers safely every month.
TSL Logistics Ltd is Africa’s largest independent Petroleum Terminal Management Company and a leading supply chain management solutions provider.
Our values are part of our DNA. They guide the way we work with our business partners, within our communities and with each other and they are summed up in the acronym, CRICPERS
CEO, Transport Services Limited
Mr. Deji Wright is a Law graduate of the University of Buckingham, England. He went on to the University of Dundee, Scotland, where he obtained a Masters degree in Petroleum Law and Economics.
Thereafter, he attended the King’s College, University of London where he further obtained another Masters degree in Commercial and Corporate Law.
He attended the Nigerian Law School and was called to the Nigerian Bar in September 1999.
He then joined the law firm of Olaniwun Ajayi & Co in October 1999 and left February 2001 to promote TSL.
CEO, TSL Logistics Limited
Mr. Wale Fatoki is a graduate of Statistics from the University of Ibadan. Upon graduation, he worked with Mobil Producing Nigeria Unlimited (now Exxon Mobil).
In 1997 he joined a thriving merchant bank, MBC International Bank where he was mandated to structure and develop the bank’s Human Resources department.
In August 1999, he joined Andersen Consulting (now Accenture) with the primary responsibility of coordinating and managing the Lagos office Human Resources operations with respect to 13 countries of the region (CEEMEAI – Central & East European countries, Middle East, Africa and India) and global operations.
In May 2006, Mr. Fatoki was appointed the Head, Customer Services and Logistics of Oando Plc. during which he acquired vast management experience and understanding of terminal/depot operations and Supply Chain Management.
He is an alumnus of the Stanford University, Graduate School of Business Executive Education.