KAM CEO’s Brief | 26th August 2018

KAM engages Ministry of Industrialization on import challenges

Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) engaged the Ministry of Industrialization to discuss, among other things, the industrial input import challenges facing manufacturers and industrial sugar users.

Also discussed at the meeting, was the extent to which manufacturers are being subjected to double testing of industrial inputs.

It was noted that the double testing exercise is attracting huge detention costs of cargo, in Mombasa and ICDE, causing industries to face input crisis, and is hurting the implementation of the Big Four Agenda (Manufacturing Pillar).

For more information, contact Joseph Wairiuko on joseph.wairiuko@kam.co.ke

 

 

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