Transport Minister Dagmawit Moges disclosed to ENA today that following the presentation of the National Transport Policy, Non-Motorized Strategy, National Logistics Policy and Strategy, and Blue Economy Strategy significant advancement has been enlisted.
The approaches and techniques have brought about modernizing the segment as well as expanding incomes, she said. The clergyman refered to for instance the National Logistics Policy and Strategy that has contributed toward improving import-send out effectiveness.
Already, ships remained tied down adrift for more than 22 days and a large number of dollars were paid as demurrage.
Nonetheless, the time ships spend moored adrift has now declined to 17 days and that has helped the nation to spare 2.8 million USD during the previous 11 months, she clarified.
As indicated by Dagmawit, positive outcomes have been picked up in different sub-segments, including street development, support, a cross country open vehicle benefits just as import-trade exercises. "We have, for example, shipped 16.1 huge amounts of payload inside the 11 months which is 107 percent of the objective," she expressed.