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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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.

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Supply Chain in Africa: An Overview of Kenya, Nigeria, and MozambiqueExecutive SummaryKey FindingsIntroductionIntroductionComparison of TransportComparison of Transport (continued)Trade AgreementsList of AcronymsList of Acronyms (continued)List of Acronyms (continued)KenyaKenya: Key Indicators and General OverviewKenya: Logistics PerformanceKenya: Chemical MarketAnalysis of Port Infrastructure in KenyaKenya: Ports OverviewMombasa PortPort Description, Facilities, and ServicesAdditional Port FacilitiesPort UpgradesFuture Projects—LAPSSET CorridorFuture Projects—Dongo Kundu Free Trade AreaAnalysis of Road Infrastructure in KenyaGeneral Road DescriptionRoad Network ConditionsNorthern CorridorRoad RehabilitationCurrent and Future Road ProjectsChemical Logistics ServicesExamples of Chemical Distributors Examples of Third-party Logistics ProvidersNigeriaNigeria: Key Indicators and General OverviewNigeria: Logistics PerformanceNigeria: Chemical MarketAnalysis of Port Infrastructure in NigeriaNigeria: Ports OverviewMain Ports of NigeriaApapa PortTin Can Island PortPort Harcourt PortFuture Deep Sea PortsAnalysis of Road Infrastructure in NigeriaGeneral Road DescriptionLagos-Kano-Jibiya CorridorStrategic Highway Investment for TransformationCurrent and Future ProjectsNew Finance and Transport RegulationsChemical Logistics ServicesExamples of Chemical Distributors Examples of Third-party Logistics ProvidersMozambiqueMozambique: Key Indicators and General OverviewMozambique Logistics PerformanceMozambique Chemical MarketAnalysis of Port Infrastructure in MozambiqueMozambique: Ports OverviewMain Ports of MozambiquePort Maputo Description—Facilities and ServicesPort Beira Description—Facilities and ServicesPort Nacala Description—Facilities and ServicesUpgrades Occurring at the Main PortsFuture PortsAnalysis of Road Infrastructure in MozambiqueGeneral Road DescriptionRoad Network ConditionsMain Corridors and BridgesUpgrades and Current ProjectsLogistical Challenges in Road TransportChemical Logistics ServicesExamples of Chemical Distributors Examples of Third-party Logistics ProvidersConclusionConclusionLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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