Over viewing some of the busiest ports of Africa Africa is the world’s second largest continent covering 20% of the earth’s land and 6% of the earth’s surface. It has over 100 ports and amongst them some are mainstream. The water surfaces that are linked to this continent include Atlantic […]

Gigantic Figures for the Fiscal Year 2016 and Different Factors for Major Growth The 2016 fiscal year is about to close and according to Panama Canal Authority (ACP), it recorded the third-highest annual tonnage in its history. The figures tell that there is cargo shipments of 330.7 million tons transferred […]

In this connected world work together and best management is the key practice to make the logistics business successful. In this modern period of time, it’s nothing unexpected that many companies are moving their supplies to low price logistics providers. Nonetheless, a number of companies are finding that higher than […]

Nigerian shippers council starts tracking the cargo to check swift practices and opted for the International Cargo tracking Note (ICTN) Shippers’ Council begins cargo tracking to determine the sharp practices, the Nigerian Shippers Council has opted for ICTN systems with an early revenue target of around $87 million. The new […]

Kenya and Rwanda to replicate electronic cargo tracking system previously used by Uganda   Kenya and Rwanda confirm that they are looking to replicate the electronic cargo tracking system (ECTS)this year. This system will ultimately reduce the cost of transporting cargo on the northern corridor. The heads of the state […]