Established in January 1978 under an Act of Parliament, KPA is mandated to manage and operate the Port of Mombasa and all scheduled seaports along Kenya’s coastline
The Authority’s mandate is to maintain, operate, improve and regulate all scheduled sea ports situated along Kenya’s coastline
Apart from all sea ports on the Kenyan coastline, the Authority manages Inland Waterways as well as Inland Container Depots at Embakasi, Eldoret and Kisumu.
The Procurement and Supplies Department of Kenya Ports Authority is established pursuant to Section 2 of the Public Procurement and Asset Disposal Act 2015
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Total container yard population at the Port of Mombasa declined by 1,200 Twenty Feet Equivalent Units (TEUs) to settle at 18,705 in the week ended August 30th 2017.
Kenya Ports Authority's (KPA) equipment acquisition efforts for the Port of Mombasa got a major boost on Tuesday following the arrival of two ultra-modern diesel electric cranes.
Container ship average working time at the port of Mombasa improved by half a day to record 1.93 days in the week ended August 16th. The previous week saw this period which is basically between the first and last slings register 2.55 days.