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SGR to transport 8 million tonnes of cargo

The Standard Gauge Railway freight trains are expected to haul 8 million tonnes of cargo by next year.

This will be 25.8 per cent of total throughput of the port of Mombasa.

Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) Acting Managing Director Daniel Manduku recently said the port was expected to handle about 31 million tonnes of cargo this year.

Freight services hit new records on Wednesday (Nov. 21) this week after it operated 30 freight trains and four passenger trains within 24 hours.

“On Wednesday we operated 30 trains because of availability of cargo and enough equipment,” said Kenya Railway Coast Traffic Superintendent Thomas Ojijo.

Read more at: https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/business/article/2001304025/sgr-set-to-transport-8-million-tonnes-of-cargo

 

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