World bank ranks: Kenya second on logistics


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  • The bank’s Logistic Performance Index (LPI) released yesterday ranks Kenya at position 42 globally after it scored an average score of 3.33 points.
  • By comparison, the survey ranks Uganda and Tanzania at positions 58 and 61 respectively. Uganda has an average score of 3.04 while Tanzania has 2.99. The World Bank has classified Kenya as the best logistics performer in East Africa as continued removal of administrative controls and improved infrastructure pay dividends points.
 
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Tanzania has the best road networks than any country in EAC. We are competing with SA only when it comes to entire Africa. Lakin hawa mnayang'au wa Nairobi wanatuonea wivu balaa....maneno mengi kuliko vitendo.
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  • The bank’s Logistic Performance Index (LPI) released yesterday ranks Kenya at position 42 globally after it scored an average score of 3.33 points.
  • By comparison, the survey ranks Uganda and Tanzania at positions 58 and 61 respectively. Uganda has an average score of 3.04 while Tanzania has 2.99. The World Bank has classified Kenya as the best logistics performer in East Africa as continued removal of administrative controls and improved infrastructure pay dividends points.
  1. Transport logistics
  2. Distribution
  3. Industrial
  4. Procurement logistics
 
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Ian Cruz, which logistic is Kenya having? Isn't this the same country that lost a pipeline deal out of lack of supporting logistics to enable a smooth undertaking of the project? Wonders can never end, would b plsed to to see the criteria used for the findings...
Courier, freight, warehousing
Any type means A380 too..i.e. can allow take off at 2100 km of a runway!
On ports we have 3 functioning Tanga, Dar n Mtwara while one Bagamoyo construction is about to start. Two of these ports r connected with raillines just like all 3 major inlands ports! The good things r even being expanded!
 
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On airports we have better than Kenya has as far as international facilities r concerned KIA, ZIA, JNIA, SIA & Mwanza airport soon International, Ngerengere airforce can accomodate any type of Jet aside numerous medium sized!
That is insufficient to run out logistics activity look at the loading in our dar port .........
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#AirTanzania announces #Airbus #A223 destinations

#HARARE AND #JOHANNESBURG AMONG NEW AIR TANZANIA DESTINATIONS
(Posted 07th December 2018)
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It was learned from a regular aviation source in Dar es Salaam, that Air Tanzania had apprently postponed the launch of their flights to Mumbai – first to take place in September, then October and more recently November, all since passed – until late Q1 of 2019 after the airline finally came to terms that without a feeder network and hyperactive sales activities, they would not be able to fill the aircraft for mere point to point flights.

Sensibly, when the two new Airbus A220-300’s arrive (formerly known as the Bombardier CSeries), will they be used to roll out new destinations, among those Johannesburg and Harare, to be followed by Nairobi and other regional airports across Eastern Africa.

When the short / medium haul fleet of Bombardier Q400’s and A223’s have been fully deployed will Air Tanzania then be able to draw on additional traffic for their planned long haul flights.

This is something which for aviation pundits from the word go was clear but national pride – informed by orders from above – clearly got the better over rational logical decisions when the Boing B787 Dreamliner was delivered before a sound regional network had been put into place.

#AirTanzania announces #Airbus #A223 destinations
 

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