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KPA orders all imported goods to be ferried on SGR


Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) has directed all importers to use the Standard Gauge Railway, as government fights to make the modern railway viable.

Acting KPA Managing Director Daniel Manduku on Saturday canceled an earlier notice that had allowed importers of nine commodities to use any Container Freight Stations (CFS) of their choice.

Instead, he directed importers of sugar, steel, rice, second-hand clothes, reefer cargo, and cooking oil to transfer their cargo to the Nairobi Inland Container Depot (ICD) via the new railway line.

For more details visit The Standard

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