Capacity at Tanzania's Port of Dar es Salaam looks set to increase to 25 million tonnes over the next seven years thanks to a World Bank grant of US$12 million.
Tanzania has begun work on a new megaport located around 75km north of Dar es Salaam which the country says will transform the country into a regional trade and transport hub.
The saga of the construction of berths 13 and 14 at Dar es Saalam port – the berths intended to provide much needed new container capacity – continues.
A shake-up is underway at the Tanzania Ports Authority as part of broad-based efforts to improve port efficiency.
The secretary general of the East African Community has revealed that negotiations are at an advanced stage to privatise the ports of Mombasa and Dar es Salaam.
Tanzania Ports Authority is embarking on a huge expansion exercise at Tanga Port in order to meet forecasted traffic growth that will surpass 4m teu by 2028 and to ease current congestion.
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