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JKIA readies for vaccine boom

FINANCIAL STANDARD

Kenya’s main airport in Nairobi will find it easy to switch from handling fruit to importing vaccines because it already has extensive cold storage.

JKIA readies for vaccine boom

By Reuters | 1 month ago

Airport ‘ready’ to handle vaccines

Airport ‘ready’ to handle vaccines

KQ heavily relied on its cargo services following the outbreak of Covid-19 but was limited due to its limited capacity.

Reuters and Macharia Kamau | 1 month ago

Why cargo big boys are betting big on trucks

Mitchell Cotts boss Daniel Tanui talks about the new opportunities in the logistics sector and why SGR can only complement their services.

Peter Theuri | 5 months ago

Inside Mitchell Cotts Kenya’s share structure

The Ndegwas hold 252,632 of the 320,000 ordinary shares. The other 67,368 are held by Makimwa Consultants Ltd.

Standard Reporter | 1 year ago

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