A step-by-step guide on foreign trade procedures
Kenya, a world-class logistics hub in the region
  1. Exciting news for traders! For more details on the revised joint Kenya Ports Authority (KPA)/Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) promotional tariff notice for the Port of Lamu (transhipment & transit traffic) click here. Fore more details on the revised Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) promotional tariff notice for the Port of Lamu click here.
  2. Kenya is set to resume the export of mangoes to Europe. For procedures for the export of mangoes to the EU market for a first-time trader, click here. For the full article on the resumption of exports to European market, click here.
  3. Kenya Plant Health Inspectorate Service (KEPHIS) has waived phytosanitary certificate charges for exporters of coffee, tea, herbs and spices. Reference can be made here.
  4. Kenya Trade Network Agency (KenTrade) has revised its fees for training and other premium services. For a schedule of the revised fees, click here. Stay up-to-date with InfoTradeKenya Portal.

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