Importers Pay Dearly for Delays at Kenya Port
The lack of multiple grain handlers, rain and inefficiencies are some of what importers are experiencing at Mombasa Port. "We are incurring huge costs at the moment as we are required to pay for delays every day at a rate of U.S.$15,000 (Sh1.5 million) for a single ship," an official of an importing firm has said.
Nation, 12 November 2017
Lack of multiple grain handlers, rains and inefficiencies at the Port of Mombasa are costing importers an arm and a leg. Delays in off-loading cargo has compelled importers to pay… Read more »
Mombasa Container Terminal: Kenya Ports Authority senior officials were in Rwanda recently to explore ways of boosting cooperation with Rwandan traders. (file photo)