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    Tanzania aims for a sugar production of 700,000 tons by 2025

    The development of the sugar industry is one of the Tanzanian government’s agricultural priorities to meet growing demand from the domestic market. The government thus expects production of 700,000 metric tons by 2025, compared to 440,000 T in 2019 and 250,000 T in 2015. As of today, sugar

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    Good performances expected in 2020/2021 for the tea commodity

    According to the Tea Board of Tanzania, the country is expected to harvest 40,000 tons of tea leaves during the 2020/2021 season against 28,000 tons in 2019/2020. These performances can be explained by good weather and by the actions carried out within the framework of the development program of

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    The Tanzanian government announces measures to help the wheat industry to develop.

    The agreement, signed on January 23, 2021, with grain producers sets the minimum price per kilogram of raw wheat at $ 0.32. It requires the private sector operating state-owned wheat farms to take over large-scale operations and requires private millers to buy wheat from local producers instead

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    Price List – Northern Europe to Tanzania FAK Rates’ Update

    To our Valued Customers, Please find the new applicable CMA CGM Freight All Kind (FAK) rates* as follows as from 15th February 2021, (date of loading at the origin ports) from Northern Europe to Mombasa, Kenya and Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania until further notice. BASIC FREIGHT / MOMBASA & DAR

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    Implementation of a new VGM and Shipping Instructions policy

    Dear Valued Customer, In November 2014, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) adopted mandatory amendment to the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) Chapter VI, Part A, and Regulation 2-Cargo information. The amendment became effective on 1st July 2016 for

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    PCS (Port Congestion Surcharge) In Dalian, China

    Dear Valued Customer, Due to recent developments in DALIAN , CHINA, terminal operations and pick-up of inbound containers has been slow. Consequently, most reefer plugs at the yards of container terminal in the ports are already being occupied. CMA CGM is then forced to divert reefer cargo to

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    PRICE LIST- NORTHERN EUROPE TO TANZANIA

    To our Valued Customers, Please find the new applicable CMA CGM Freight All Kind (FAK) rates* as follows as from 1st January 2021, (date of loading at the origin ports) from Northern Europe to Mombasa, Kenya and Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania until further notice. These new FAK rates will be applied

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    The development of the port of Tanga is underway

    Expanding the port of Tanga will improve the cost of doing business to northern Tanzania, by reducing the transit time to the northern circuit. Recent developments and global maritime trade uptrend in the East Africa region has made it necessary to expand the three international ports of

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    Change of routings towards Indian ports

    In a continued effort to provide its customers with reliable and efficient services, CMA CGM informs its customers that the routings to serve the Indian ports of Tuticorin (INTUT), Mangalore (INIXE), Cochin (INCOK), has been Up to now, such ports were served through the ASEA service, transhipped

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    Arusha’s horticultural potential

    Horticulture is the fastest growing subsector in Tanzania’s agricultural industry Vegetable and flowers exports have grown by 11% per year The industry currently has a $779 million export value per annum CMA CGM is a worldwide leader in containerised maritime transportation, for any enquiries for