Inside Dongo Kundu’s plan to create regional industrial hub – Business Daily

Inside Dongo Kundu’s plan to create regional industrial hub - Business Daily

Inside Dongo Kundus strategy to create regional commercial hub
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By PAULINE KAIRU

“Phase one consisting the industrial park – one of the jobs whose in-depth styles have been completed– will include, the port, the complimentary trade zone, power supply, as well as water tank,” said Kiyonori Matsushima the Special Economic Zone Development Advisor at JiCA. The SGR has actually been linked to the port for timely freight evacuation and the port harbour channel broadened to accommodate larger vessels.With financing from the Kenyan and japanese governments at a ratio of 95:5, the New Container Terminal (CT-2) is being established with a loan amounting to Sh58.8 billion (Phase I– Sh26.7 billion and Phase 2– Sh32.1 billion), and for the 28km Dongo Kundu roadway a Sh40 billion loan.”Dr Mogere who was speaking last week during a media trip of the port advancement tasks stated these tasks were” a forward-thinking project.He said the port of Mombasa had exceeded its style capacity, yet was expected to handle growing imports and exports.

“Phase one consisting the industrial park – one of the projects whose in-depth styles have been finished– will include, the port, the complimentary trade zone, power supply, as well as water tank,” stated Kiyonori Matsushima the Special Economic Zone Development Advisor at JiCA. The SGR has actually been linked to the port for prompt cargo evacuation and the port harbour channel broadened to accommodate bigger vessels.With financing from the Japanese and Kenyan governments at a ratio of 95:5, the New Container Terminal (CT-2) is being established with a loan amounting to Sh58.8 billion (Phase I– Sh26.7 billion and Phase 2– Sh32.1 billion), and for the 28km Dongo Kundu road a Sh40 billion loan.”Dr Mogere who was speaking last week throughout a media trip of the port advancement jobs stated these jobs were” a forward-thinking project.He said the port of Mombasa had surpassed its design capacity, yet was expected to deal with growing exports and imports.


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