The Port of Mombasa got a major boost following the arrival of two ultra-modern diesel electric cranes. According to the Kenya Ports Authority’s (KPA), the acquisition of the equipment funded by TradeMark East Africa (TMEA) through the UK government’s International Climate Fund (ICF) facility.
The two $8.7 million portal harbour cranes are part of a comprehensive programme in supporting the port’s resilient port infrastructure initiatives, KPA added.
“These cranes are aimed at mitigating the negative effects on the environment,” the port authority said in the statement. Read more. Source | New Times