Supply Chain in Africa: An Overview of Kenya, Nigeria, and Mozambique

Supply Chain in Africa: An Overview of Kenya, Nigeria, and Mozambique

Planned Port and Transport Corridor Infrastructure to Boost Intra-African Trade

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25-Nov-2015
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Africa
Research Code: 9AB8-00-0E-00-00
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Connectivity between African countries is very limited, and intra-regional trade is currently only 12% of the continent’s total trade. This is mainly due to poor transport infrastructure, conflicting trade rules, and cross-border restrictions. This market insight analyses the base and intermediate chemical supply chain in Kenya, Nigeria, and Mozambique. It provides an analysis of the ports and road infrastructure in the 3 countries, including future projects; challenges that importers may face when importing chemicals into Africa; and what the countries are doing to overcome these restrictions. The market insight also identifies examples of distributors and third-party logistics providers for chemical transport in all 3 countries.

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Introduction

Comparison of Transport

Comparison of Transport (continued)

Trade Agreements

List of Acronyms

List of Acronyms (continued)

List of Acronyms (continued)

Kenya: Key Indicators and General Overview

Kenya: Logistics Performance

Kenya: Chemical Market

Kenya: Ports Overview

Mombasa Port

Port Description, Facilities, and Services

Additional Port Facilities

Port Upgrades

Future Projects—LAPSSET Corridor

Future Projects—Dongo Kundu Free Trade Area

General Road Description

Road Network Conditions

Northern Corridor

Road Rehabilitation

Current and Future Road Projects

Examples of Chemical Distributors

Examples of Third-party Logistics Providers

Nigeria: Key Indicators and General Overview

Nigeria: Logistics Performance

Nigeria: Chemical Market

Nigeria: Ports Overview

Main Ports of Nigeria

Apapa Port

Tin Can Island Port

Port Harcourt Port

Future Deep Sea Ports

General Road Description

Lagos-Kano-Jibiya Corridor

Strategic Highway Investment for Transformation

Current and Future Projects

New Finance and Transport Regulations

Examples of Chemical Distributors

Examples of Third-party Logistics Providers

Mozambique: Key Indicators and General Overview

Mozambique Logistics Performance

Mozambique Chemical Market

Mozambique: Ports Overview

Main Ports of Mozambique

Port Maputo Description—Facilities and Services

Port Beira Description—Facilities and Services

Port Nacala Description—Facilities and Services

Upgrades Occurring at the Main Ports

Future Ports

General Road Description

Road Network Conditions

Main Corridors and Bridges

Upgrades and Current Projects

Logistical Challenges in Road Transport

Examples of Chemical Distributors

Examples of Third-party Logistics Providers

Conclusion

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Connectivity between African countries is very limited, and intra-regional trade is currently only 12% of the continents total trade. This is mainly due to poor transport infrastructure, conflicting trade rules, and cross-border restrictions. This market insight analyses the base and intermediate chemical supply chain in Kenya, Nigeria, and Mozambique. It provides an analysis of the ports and road infrastructure in the 3 countries, including future projects; challenges that importers may face when importing chemicals into Africa; and what the countries are doing to overcome these restrictions. The market insight also identifies examples of distributors and third-party logistics providers for chemical transport in all 3 countries.
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