Logistics Update Africa
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The July – August edition of Logistics Update Africa (LUA) brings an interesting mix of stories for anyone with an interest in transport and logistics. In the cover story, Renjini Liza Varghese writes about the big opportunity that exists for the logistics sector in Africa on the increasing African transformation taking place in infrastructure development. The challenges terms nighmares are easing out for logistics operators. Our special report by Shreya Bhattacharya explores how the African continent seeks to fuel the growth of railway sector in order to accelerate and intensify trade in its burgeoning consumer markets. We bring you a special coverage of three important events that took place back to back in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia last month. The Global Cool Chain Association (CCA) Perishable Conference brought industry stakeholders and experts from around the world to discuss key factors that will help improve Africa’s perishable export. Ethiopian Cargo opening Africa’s biggest and most modern cargo terminal at Addis Ababa Bole International Airport was truly noteworthy. Read the report and accompanying pictures to see how Ethiopian is helping Africa to position itself in the global competitive market. The third event that we bring you a special coverage is the Second ICAO Meeting on Air Cargo Development in Africa. The high profile meeting that saw state representatives from around the African continent deliberate on fast tracking the implementation of declarations done in previous meetings. Read an exclusive interview with Peter Musola, General Manager, Kenya Airways Cargo, on how the carrier is building competitiveness to stay ahead. Also, do not miss the brief news updates from the aviation, shipping, logistics and rail sectors.
Logistics Update Africa (LUA) is a bi-monthly magazine dedicated to logistics and transport industry of Africa. The magazine is rich in features highlighting Africa’s enormous potential. The various sectors carried are Road, Air, Rail and Shipping. LUA is Africa’s only logistics publication and caters to readers from all over the world.