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TradeMarkEastAfrica
TradeMark East Africa (TMEA) is an aid-for-trade organisation funded by development agencies of Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland,Netherlands, UK & USA
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Ntulume L. Nicholas Sep 18
. is well represented. The Uganda Trade Information Portal is here - The non Tariff Barriers (NTBs) team is also here. Both these projects were funded by and partners such as
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Damali Ssali Sep 17
noted that will continue supporting trade and transport infrastructure through to facilitate the logistics industry
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Damali Ssali Sep 17
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Frank Matsaert Sep 17
Great convening our group of talented country & regional teams in Nairobi today discussing the shape of our portfolios across Eastern Africa to optimise results delivery
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Waturi Wa Matu Sep 17
Our very own on building the capacity of the logistics sector in EAC.
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SandraKirengaSerwano Sep 17
: Logistics sector needs to take the next step to improve skills. will roll out a capacity building Programme to improve skills for SMEs, improve capacity of bonded warehouses and training EA customs and freight forwarders.
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HNgugi1 Sep 17
Engineers play a critical role in social economic development in Africa. : Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure. transforms.
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Anthe Sep 17
EXCITING OPPORTUNITIES IN TRADE & REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN EAST & CENTRAL AFRICA job with TradeMark East Africa
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Caro Line Sep 17
The Minister of Hon. Monica AzubaNtege officially opens the and appreciates for facilitating the establishment of One Stop Border Posts in the East African region which have reduced the costs of trade.
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Diana Karimba Sep 17
of talking about building skills in the logistics industry starting with training of truck drivers.
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#DIAA2018 : #IncludeEveryone Sep 17
"As funding partners, the UK recognizes the part this sector will play in this country’s path towards sustainable development. We recognize the critical importance of this sector & would like to help address the key challenges in this sector,"
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Waturi Wa Matu Sep 17
Enhancing skills in freight and logistics sector in East Africa will trigger the demand for outsourcing logistics to third parties and benefit SMEs.
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#DIAA2018 : #IncludeEveryone Sep 17
. was set up to reduce high trade costs in East Africa. We continue to this through; 1.Enhancing ports and border efficiency and operations 2.Improving infrastructure through strategic last mile interventions
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Caro Line Sep 17
Stephen Ngatunga, President of reports that 6,000 clearing & forwarding agents have been trained across East Africa in a bid to professionalize the Logistics industry, thus improving the quality of services offered.
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Uganda Freight Forwarders Association Sep 17
We promised a platform for dialogue, sharing of opportunities, challenges and relevant solutions for our independent countries. This is the 2nd Global Logistics Convention happening in Kampala.
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Charles Achieng Sep 17
Time to market has become the most critical competitive advantage in global trade - retailers moving to online trading platforms reducing delivery time
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Waturi Wa Matu Sep 17
Team , powering trade logistics in the region.
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Uganda Freight Forwarders Association Sep 17
We are glad to have you in attendance
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#DIAA2018 #IncludeEveryone Sep 17
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