FOR ALLOWING FULLY VACCINATED DRIVERS TO CROSS INTO UGANDA WITHOUT BEING REQUIRED TO PRESENT VALID PCR TEST RESULT
Kenya Transporters Association Ltd wishes to wholeheartedly thank the Uganda Government for the decision to allow fully vaccinated drivers to cross into Uganda without the requirement to present a valid negative PCR test result.
For the drivers who are not fully vaccinated they will be required to present valid PCR test results to be allowed to cross… Read More
In a meeting held at Entebbe, Uganda on 8th -10th March 2022 to outline the logistics - related regional trade problems and design /provide solutions:
TRANSPORT RATES ADVISORY
The Government of Kenya through the Energy & Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) has today increased the pump prices for petrol and diesel by kshs 5/= per litre.
This is in response to the recent increase in fuel landed costs and the depreciation of the Kenya shilling.
Kenya Transporters Association (KTA) commends the Government of Kenya for its efforts to cushion the full impact of the increase through the Petroleum Development Levy (PDL).
However,… Read More
STOPPING TRUCKS CROSSING BORDERS INTO UGANDA BECAUSE OF COVID-19 TESTING FEES BY UGANDA HEALTH AUTHORITIES DOES NOT MAKE ECONOMIC SENSE TO TRUCK OWNERS, THE FEES SHOULD BE BORNE BY UGANDA IMPORTERS
Dear Truck owners, Investors and Captains in Road Transport industry
God's Grace be upon you and your loved one's
As you are aware, the Uganda Health Authorities have instructed that all drivers entering Uganda MUST test for Covid-19 and pay USD 30.Negative results are… Read More
Update by KeNHA on the progress of road construction