Agri Logistics East Africa Summit


Agri Logistics East Africa 


This is a two-day conference programme strategically co-located with the e-Agri East Africa Summit with a joint keynote plenary session that will look at regulatory frameworks, opportunities in trade agreements, investment needs and new innovations in technology to create an enabling environment for agricultural development in East Africa. Agri Logistics East Africa Summit highlights include an in-depth look at First Mile transport and development, transport hubs for agriculture transhipment, cold chain logistics and supply chain innovations and quality certification and customs management for; 


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Discussions will focus on


Logistics innovation for trade in East Africa

  • Keynote address: Setting the scene for Agri transport and Agri ICT in East Africa
  • Plenary panel: Creating an enabling environment for agricultural development in East Africa 

First Mile rural transport and development

  • Eliminating post-harvest crop-losses with improved First Mile transport infrastructure
  • Overcoming the First Mile – Lessons from farmers in Kenya and Tanzania
  • First Mile and beyond 

Linking farms to the global market – transport hubs for agriculture transhipment

  • Case study: Lamu Port Southern Sudan-Ethiopia Transport (LAPSSET) Corridor Project
  • Panel discussion: Enhancing regional connectivity – intermodal value chain opportunities 

Cold chain logistics and supply chain innovations for reaching new markets

  • GCCA’s Cold Chain Assessment: The Kenyan case study
  • Panel discussion: Reaching new markets with cold chain performance 

Quality certification, tallying and customs management for exports

  • Complying with the International Standards Organization (ISO) product standards
  • Product and system requirements that must be met prior to issuance of licenses or permits  

ICT in agri transport logistics


For more information or registration contact

Richard Desha

richard (dot) desha (at) agricouncil (dot) org

Building:Hilton Hotel
Address:Mama Ngina St
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