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Zanzibar Port Corporation
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The shipping process for a full-size crane alone can be difficult, and shipping them overseas, even more so. â€œIn all, it took us three years to select the proper cranes, tender bids, establish financing and determine a suitable shipping route to bring the cranes to our port,â€� says Mustafa Jumbe, director general of ZPC.
According to Jumbe
, â€œThe two cranes had to be shipped directly to Zanzibarâ€™s port, bypassing mainland Tanzania.
This made the whole process longer and more difficult.â€� But, says Jumbe
, Manitowoc was prepared for the challenge. â€œDespite the unusual requirement, Manitowoc found a shipping route and delivered the cranes to us without a problem. â€¦ Manitowoc and TTDâ€™99 (Manitowocâ€™s dealer in Tanzania) were with us every step of the way.â€�
ZPC commissioner Mustafa Aboud ...
ZPC commissioner Mustafa Aboud Jumbe said 30,009 containers entered the port in financial year 2009/2010, adding that the period also saw 1,701 tourists enter Zanzibar through transport services run by 11 foreign ships at Malindi Port.
Zanzibar government has terminated the ...
Zanzibar government has terminated the appointment of Zanzibar Port Corporation Director Mustafa Aboud Jumbe, saying he played a key role in the MV Spice Islander's tragic accident which claimed lives of over 200 people.
"It is true the appointment of Jumbe
as ZPC Director has been withdrawn and he
is supposed to report to the ministry after his
leave to be assigned other duties," the Minister said.
Meanwhile the Director of Zanzibar ...
Meanwhile the Director of Zanzibar Port Authority, Mustafa Aboud Jumbe distanced himself from blame, saying the authority was not responsible in overseeing marine transport services (passengers and cargo).
Speaking to our sister newspaper, Nipashe yesterday, Jumbe
said "This is the duty of the Surface and Marine Transport Regulatory Authority (SUMATRA), which was established by the law to oversee marine and surface transport sectors."
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Mr. Mustafa Aboud JumbeDirector GeneralP.O. Box 263