Chinese – Africans shipping business 4.0

African entrepreneurs towards Chinese Shipping companies.

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More and more consumers are using their computers and smartphones to find goods that aren’t available where they live. For instance, 68% of respondents in Europe, the Middle East and Africa considered uniqueness to be influential or very influential when it came time to clicking buy.

It is essential that e-commerce business owners address the entire value chain of the online shopping process to make sure that they cater to their customers’ needs and deliver on their expectations,

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The US is the most popular cross-border online shopping destination for South African online shoppers, followed by China and the UK. 

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The Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK), Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) and Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (KL) could merge and share ownership in the joint venture known as Ocean Network Express (ONE) and its South African subsidiary SA JV.

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Coordinated transport system must to reduce number of road accidents.


Business of moving abnormal road cargo

Heavy investments in infrastructure in Kenya has meant increased importation of heavy machinery and equipment.

geothermal, wind  and solar power  projects has resulted in shipping in of abnormal cargo.

It is not uncommon to spot huge boilers, for example, being moved, snaking their way to factories either in Kenya or in neighbouring countries.

The rising number of such abnormal cargo on the road prompted Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) to formulate regulations, which were enforced in mid-October 2013, to reduce damage on the road.

The allowable axle load limit on roads in the six-nation East African Community is 56 tonnes, with an additional cargo attracting an overload penalty.

KeNHA, however, issues special exemption permits to transportation and logistics firms in business of moving abnormal load on a case by case basis. Such licences attract an additional fee ranging from Sh5,000 to Sh250,000 depending on the size and weight of the cargo.

The exemption permits for oversize load are only issued after logistics firms satisfy the authorities that safety conditions for specific cargo have been met, says Auni Bhaij, the regional director for development and external affairs at Bollore Transport and Logistics.

France-owned Bollore is among about 20 firms in Kenya with logistical capacity to move abnormal cargo. The firm transported heavy and lengthy wind turbine generators from Mombasa to Lake Turkana Wind Farm between March 2016 and April last year.

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