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Dar port the best in East Africa?

Discussion in 'Habari na Hoja mchanganyiko' started by Tumain, Nov 12, 2009.

  1. Tumain

    Tumain JF-Expert Member

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    Dar es Salaam port most productive container cargo handler in east Africa
    DAR ES SALAAM, July 20 (Xinhua) -- With 259,000 teus (twenty- foot equivalent units) handled in 2009, the Dar es Salaam port is becoming the most productive containerized cargo handler in the eastern African region.
    The increased handling capacity is attributed to improved handling facilities, containerized cargo handling team and better cooperation
     
  2. Tumain

    Tumain JF-Expert Member

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    Jamani wale wenye kujua handling capacity ya port ukilinganisha na competing Mombasa port watujuze ukweli wa habari hii??? yawezekana ni good news for our growing local and international business community..
     
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    Koba JF-Expert Member

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    Ministers to meet over Isaka railway findings

    BY GERTRUDE MAJYAMBERE
    Rwanda will on December 09, host an inter-ministerial meeting for ministers in charge of transport for countries that share the Isaka Railway line to discuss a report on expansion of this rail line with other stakeholders.
    Minister of Infrastructure Eng. Linda Bihire told Business Times in an interview on Tuesday that the ministers will also present the findings to investors for future development and implementation of the project.
    The ministers will also identify the role of development partners in the project.
    The three countries sharing the project include Rwanda, Tanzania and Burundi while the influence zone include Uganda, Kenya and DR Congo.
    The three countries had earlier talked about how to raise equity, source for concessional loans and how to manage the railway line.
    The second study that aimed at coming up with the cost and the necessary investment required for the construction and upgrading of the Dar -es –Salaam study was conducted by US Trade and Development Agency(USTDA).
    When completed, it is projected that the Isaka-Kigali 450km railway line and the 198km Burundi link will enable the development and exploitation of un-tapped natural resources in the region.
    According to Eng.Bihire, the project is also expected to reduce regional transport costs and create more direct and indirect jobs.
    It is highly anticipated that once the railway project is completed, most importers and exporters will shift from Mombasa port to Dar-es-Salaam because it is 1,600 km, slightly shorter distance as compared to the Mombasa Port which is 1700 Km from Kigali.
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  4. Asprin

    Asprin JF-Expert Member

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    Hii inaweza kuwa habari njema sana kwa wazee wa bandari. Nawapongeza sana!
     
  5. Al Zagawi

    Al Zagawi JF-Expert Member

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    thanks kwa info hii lakini naomba niseme yafuatayo...

    kwa kimombo changu cha st government primary & sec school kuna tofauti kati ya is becoming na has become

    hiyo ya kwanza ni work in process na ya pili ni finished product

    baada ya kusema hayo, nadhani kichwa cha habari hakifanani na ukweli uliopo kwenye habari yenyewe...bado haijawa the best...ila inaelekea kuwa the best...na hii kuwa the best ni subjective kwamba hawa competitors wamelala wakituacha sisi tuchukue biashara yao pale importers watakapoacha kuingizia mizigo yao mombasa na kuleta dar( nakumbuka neno best ni comparative adjective....kumbuka good, better, best.(mwanzo tulikuwa tukisema good, gooder, goodest) )

    na kwa muktadha huu nachelea kusema kuwa yawezekana habari hii ni muendelezo wa tabia yetu ya kupenda kujisifu....

    ni mtazamo tu...
     
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    Kituko JF-Expert Member

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    labda nianze hivi, mwaka 2007 nilisoma jarida 1 hapo RSA na kukutana na artcle inayozungumzia bandari ya DAR, ndio iliyokuwa bandari yenye mafanikio makubwa na ikaonekana ndio bandari yenye future nzuri
    south africa wao wana bandari nzuri lakini same times wana industries nyingi kwa hito nchi zote landlocked ambazo ziko jirani na SA zinanunu products za SA kwa hiyo importation ya vitu kutoka nje ni ndogo sana, unlike Tanzania na Majirani zake ambao wote ni waru wa kuimport na ndicho kinaifanya Bandari ya Dar kuwa BIZe sana na yenye Mafnikio
     
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    Magezi JF-Expert Member

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    No.....the bandari people need to do more
     
  8. Kimbweka

    Kimbweka JF-Expert Member

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    Kama ni kweli Hongereni bandari ila msibweteke tena kazeni mikanda sasa
     
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