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Mombasa Port, located on the African coast, is not only Kenya’s main port, but also the largest and busiest port in the eastern African region. It is an important maritime gateway servicing Central and East Africa, connecting nations such as Uganda, Burundi, Ethiopia, and Somalia. Western Europe, Asia, the Americas, and the East are among the international shipping lines served by the port. Mombasa Port is 7 nautical miles long, 300 meters wide, and 15 meters deep. The harbour’s interior has seen tides as high as 3.5 meters. Mombasa’s main port has 19 berths, a grain terminal, two oil terminals, six container berths, and twelve berths that only handle general cargo.
Kilifi Port features a boatyard and is located on Kilifi Creek. The shore is lovely, with mangroves, and is ideal for water sports. The wharf also handles 260 million tons of seafood per year. The port area is protected by a bridge. In addition, it provides marina services. KPA intends to expand it and build a dock for handling fish, as well as Luxury Marina Buildings and 200 mooring sites for various types of ships.
The Kenyan government has begun an infrastructure project to build an international seaport at Lamu. When completed, the port will handle the majority of freight traffic in the region’s north corridor. Manda Bayat was chosen as the port’s location because it has a large approach channel and a deep basin. The 10-kilometer shoreline is suited for constructing a massive port with around 23 berths. This port would have cutting-edge infrastructure, including a railway terminal, storage tanks, container freight stations, a refinery, and so on.
When importing goods into Kenya, it is important to adhere to Kenyan customs and rules and regulations. Under Kenyan law, all imported goods must be properly declared by the importer. Imported goods are subject to excise duties, import VAT, and specific import or export licensing requirements. Additionally, exporters must ensure that all goods imported into Kenya comply with all applicable standards and safety regulations. Furthermore, proper paperwork must be provided to Kenyan Customs for inspection to ensure that proper duties and taxes are paid.
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