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Enhanced Synergies towards the full implementation of the Single Customs Territory
26 Jun 2015
The Northern Corridor is the busiest Corridor in East and Central Africa region, handling 20 million tons (2011) of Import/Export cargo of which about 5.6 Million was transit traffic. The corridor also handles a substantial volume of intra-regional trade, estimated to be over 4 Million tons per annum. Northern Corridor Member States are committed to facilitate the smooth and rapid movement of persons and goods between their territories and in transit, through the simplification and harmonizatio...Read More
Significant Changes in Overall Logistics Costs along the Northern Corridor
26 Jun 2015
From the end of 2009 to 2014, the overall Transportation Logistics Costs have drastically reduced by 56% from Mombasa to Nairobi, 26%, 28%, 23% for the transit sections Mombasa-Kampala, Mombasa-Kigali and Mombasa-Bujumbura, while for the transit sections Mombasa-Goma and Mombasa-Juba, the total Transportation Logistics costs has reduced by 38% and 37% respectively. The Transport Logistics Costs structure consists of the Primary road Transport Charges, Transit overheads (regulatory Agencies comp...Read More
Transport rates decreased, Trucks turn around considerably increased along the Northern Corridor since 2014
26 Jun 2015
The Transportation rates which are the tariffs applied by transporters to move a 20 or 40 feet container or equivalent from Mombasa Port to Inland destinations constitute the primary road transport charges mainly; fuel, depreciation, wages, spare parts, salaries, allowances, etc. Comparing 2014 and 2015, Transport rates have reduced drastically in most of the destinations along the Northern Corridor, with Mombasa (Kenya) to Goma (Democratic Republic of Congo) recording the highest decrease. ...Read More
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Mr DONAT M. BAGULA


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