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How we are enabling partner drivers to do more
From a bodaboda rider to a Truck driver, Klinton has seen massive growth since he joined Sendy. "Sendy has opened up opportunities for me. . I was riding a motorbike, they gave me more customers and my income increased and I was able to endorse my driving license." says Klinton.
Sally shares how Sendy has enabled her to maximize her van’s potential. Owning and driving her own vehicle has been an adventure that has allowed her to experience the country, earn income and serve customers; and since she has control over her work hours, she gets to be more present with her children."Sendy allows you to do more with your time and assets," says Sally.
A steady climb in shipping rates witnessed since March 2020 showed signs of easing this October for the first time in over a year. The freight cost on the busy Shanghai-Los Angeles trade route for a 40-foot container sank by almost $1,000 last week to $11,173, representing a decline of eight percent, which analysts say is the steepest fall since March 2020.
The cost of transporting cargo has dropped to levels last seen in 2009 as transporters continue to grapple with low volumes of freight at the port of Mombasa. The decline in cargo has been attributed to the high cost of shipping, occasioned by a shortage of containers globally, which has seen traders cut down on imports.
The containerised cargo dwell time at the port of Mombasa improved in quarter two of this year but remained below the December 2022 set target, according to Northern Corridor Transport Observatory quarterly report.An analysis by the agency shows that it took cargo an average of three days to be evacuated from the Port of Mombasa in the quarter ending June 2021.