Container Shortage Persists And Freight Costs Hike, Mombasa To Kampala Cargo Train Receives Commencement Date, Ethiopian Rebels Threaten To Cut Trade At Moyale Border Post, Kenya Transport Association (Kta) Decries Humanitarian Crisis At Border Points, Uganda/Kenya Transporters Suspend Operations In South Sudan Over Insecurity.
The Kenya International Freight and Warehousing Association (KIFWA) Seeks to establish a presence in Kisumu, China Port Closure Affects Kenya’s Import Costs, Union Issues in Tanzania set to be Resolved, Cashew Season to be affected by Container Shortage.
After two years of Kenya’s lead over the Northern Corridor policy organs, Kenya finally handed over the lead to Rwanda. The meeting was held under the theme, “Towards a Resilient, Smart and Responsive Corridor for Trade and Transport Logistics.”
Transit cargo at Mombasa port declined by 5% in Q4, container shortage to go on for another year, and NCTTCA praises member states for effort on transport systems.
Kenya Ports Authority extends free storage again, global shipping companies making changes to facilitate new plans for Kenyan ports, and how to cushion consumers from high maritime freight rates.
In this week’s recap, learn more about how a recent cyber attack affected operations in one of Africa’s largest ports, how local agents in Mombasa are looking to shape management at the Kenya Ports Au