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19 August, 2019

Online system to track cargo clearance at Mombasa port

Countries that connect to the rest of the world through Kenya have launched an electronic platform to monitor cargo clearance online at the port of Mombasa, hoping to pile pressure on officials to cut delays. The northern corridor transport observatory project launched in Mombasa on Thursday will also m...
20 November, 2018

Benefits of Electronic Air-waybill (e-AWB)

Effective 1 January 2019, the electronic Air  Waybill (e­AWB) will become the default  contract of carriage for all air cargo shipments  on enabled trade lanes. This key industry milestone ushers air cargo  into a new era where digital processes will be  the norm and paper processes will be the  ...
4 October, 2018

Kenya suspends agencies for letting in poor quality goods

The government has indefinitely suspended and fined two pre-inspecting agencies in Asia for allowing sub-standard goods to enter the Kenyan market. China Certification and Inspections Group Company (CCIC) and Société Générale de Surveillance SA (SGS) of Switzerland were suspended for failure to inspect...
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1 September, 2018

Why theses Expenses spent in Global Port Yard?

Freight forwarders in Burundi often faced difficults to understand the rationale behind certain expenses on services in the Port of Bujumbura that are often passed on to taxpayers, without latter expressing the need. A container that invariably reaches us from the North or Center corridors that enters th...
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2 August, 2018

Addendum to the maximum retail petroleum pump prices released on 14th august 2018

Pursuant to the value Added Tax (VTA) ACT of 2013 and clause 31 of the finance ACT 2016, the VAT on Super Petrol (PMS), Diesel (AGO) and Illuminating kerosene (IK) comes into effect on 1st September 2018
2 August, 2016

Maersk Tanker Tests Wind Power to Cut Soaring Fuel Costs

Marine fuel prices are soaring and the shipping industry is looking for ways to harness ocean winds to power oceangoing vessels. Danish giant Maersk Tankers said Thursday it has installed 100-foot-tall rotating cylinders on one of its product tankers, adding devices that are effectively high-tech sail...

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