A step-by-step guide on foreign trade procedures
Kenya, a world-class logistics hub in the region
  1. Great news for traders. The National Trade Facilitation Committee (NTFC) is currently working on simplifying more than 50 trade procedures. Lately, for fresh and dry produce, the registration of exporters with KEPHIS has been simplified from 10 to 5 steps, while requirements have been reduced from 13 to 3 and duration from 14 to 7 days. Always stay informed on the latest improvements with InfoTrade Kenya.
  2. 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.
  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

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