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Global shipping law deadline catches Kenya unawares

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Importers using the port of Mombasa have expressed fear that Kenya and its neighbours might miss a global deadline requiring them to weigh all cargo at the port of loading before it is shipped.

Global shipping law deadline catches Kenya unawares

By Patrick Beja | 5 years ago

Kenyan eyeing global maritime seat to promote ‘blue economy’

Kenyan eyeing global maritime seat to promote ‘blue economy’

On June 30, Kenya may have one of its own holding a coveted position that has eluded Africa for five decades. This is the Secretary General of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO).

Kiundu Waweru | 6 years ago

Is this the end of cruise tourism?

International cruise liners have continued to shun the Kenyan Coast despite a reported lull in piracy activities off the Somali basin in the Indian Ocean.

- Philip Mwakio | 8 years ago

Shippers given nod for armed guards against pirates

The UN's International Maritime Organisation (IMO) has endorsed the use of private armed guards to protect ships from piracy.

| 10 years ago

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