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DP World eyes Dire Dawa for logistics development

While Ethiopian officials  failed to show up at the contract award and signing ceremony of the USD 101 million Berbera Port phase one expansion project, DP World, UAE’s port and terminal operating company has expressed its interests in developing logistical trade facilities at Dire Dawa and the surrounding areas in Ethiopia serving the so called Berbera Trade Corridor.

Promising awarded wheat supply worth ETB 1.56 bln

The Public Procurement and Property Disposal Service (PPPDS) awarded Promising International Trading Co. Dmcc – a major supplier of wheat to the Ethiopia market – to supply 200,000 metric tons of wheat with 1.56 billion birr even though the former accuses the Company for failing to fulfill previous contract to supply wheat, The Reporter has learnt.

Ethiopian, DHL to sign JV agreement

The Ethiopian Airlines Group and DHL, the leading global logistics and forwarding company, are going to sign an agreement to jointly incorporate a logistics service company in Ethiopia.  

Four major roads to link Ethiopia to Djibouti ports

During his visit to Djibouti to share some of the experiences Ethiopia has in the infrastructure sector, Ahmed Shide, Minister of Transport told reporters early this week that the Government of Ethiopia has been constructing roads that links Djibouti to Ethiopia from three directions.

Lack of forex distressing shipping, logistics enterprise

Enterprise bags over 445.4 million birr before tax The Ethiopian Shipping and Logistics Services Enterprise (ESLSE) is suffering because of poor cooperation from the Commercial Bank of Ethiopia in regards to foreign currency availability for its logistic service, officials of the Enterprise said.

Operators propose changes to Modjo Dry Port

News facilities to be incorporated in Dry Port expansion project Upon the request made by the Ethiopian Maritime Affairs Authority (EMAA) to the Ethiopian Freight Forwarders and Shipping Agents’ Association to undertake a study that would provide insights into how to engage the private sector in the upcoming USD 150 million Modjo Dry Port and Terminal expansion project, the association has proposed a multipurpose common use facility to be constructed to ease the logistics conundrums Ethiopia faces at this time.