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Mombasa Port could lose to Dar on political tension, shippers warn

Any disruption will affect transit cargo to Uganda, Rwanda, DRC and Burundi.

In Summary

•The region is served by two corridors with the main one being the 1,700 kilometre long Northern Corridor that runs between Kenya, Uganda Rwanda, Burundi and  DRC.

•The  second one is the 1,300 kilometre long Central Corridor that serves Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda and Eastern D.R. Congo, through the port of Dar-es- Salaam.

Kenya’s Port of Mombasa could lose to the Dar es Salaam Port in Tanzania if the pre and post-August election period is not well managed, shippers have warned.

Affected will be transit cargo to ...