SOMALIA OPENS A NEW CONTAINER TERMINAL IN MOGADISHU PORT, SOMALIA



The Somalia Government has opened a New Container Terminal at Mogadishu Port in effort to make Mogadishu port once again, a preferred key gateway to the Indian Ocean Countries in the International Trade of the region.

The Port is already under heavy restructuring and Maintenance by the Turkish Government Agency and A host of Shipping Companies that has made it now served by Major Shipping Lines Like CMA-CGM and MSC Among other NVOCC's.

The Scope of the agreement entered with the Somalia Government in the Mogadishu Port Infrastructure covers stacking and handling of full import and export containers to / from port of Mogadishu, empty containers storage and any additional services required for reefer and dry container, as well as chilled cargoes.

In second phase, Mogadishu Port Terminal further plans to develop a Logistics Centre comprising of a warehouse to store loose cargoes from sea and air freight and a cold store for perishable cargoes to develop and improve exports of Somali fruit, fish and meat to various parts of the world.


African Shipping Line already operates Container Liner Agency at Mogadishu Port, Somalia.