Kenya Freight Forwarding | Customs Clearance - Shipping Logistics
Aeromarine Capital Group is a Kenyan Freight Clearing and Forwarding company driven by the unwavering belief in its original ideology being the combination of flexibility, speed and innovative spirit of an ever changing team with strength, security and integrity of a major Freight Clearing & Forwarding, Shipping and Freight Logistics provider. With years of experience in Freight Clearing & Forwarding, shipping and Supply Chain Freight Logistics, Aeromarine Capital Kenya is known for offering reliable and efficient freight clearing & forwarding service throughout the world. Aeromarine Capital is dedicated to clearing & forwarding your freight and ensures expeditious customs clearance process. With Aeromarine Capital Kenya punctuality is guaranteed by our staunchness in your freight clearing & forwarding logistics from freight shipping to delivery.
Freight clearing & forwarding is essential service and our most important tool for our freight clearing & forwarding clients is personalized service. At Aeromarine Capital Kenya Customer service has been reinvented as the cutting edge of competitiveness in the freight Clearing and Forwarding and freight shipping logistics industry. As competition has become more intense in freight clearing & forwarding, service quality has become crucial determinant for creating overall clearing & forwarding client's satisfaction. Championed by a well established worldwide network from shipping lines to other prominent Freight Clearing and Forwarding Agents Aeromarine Capital Group is a reputed name not only in East Africa Freight Forwarders and air freight Arena but worldwide.
» F.C.L/LCL freight consolidation
» Custom clearance export/import
» Clearing, Warehousing services
» Custom clearance Export/Import
» Kenya forwarding, clearing, Warehousing, Distribution and delivery
The Kenya Revenue Authority is working on a plan to ensure speedy clearance of goods in the region. Once in place, the authorised economic operator (AEO) system is expected to eliminate delays of clearance and delivery of imports. This refers to a special category of institutions that include importers, clearing agents, and transport companies that are not required to wait for cargo inspection at the port, as is the case with the bulk of other companies.
The current suffocation at the Mombasa port has been long in the making. Since the early years of this government, professional advice has been consistent. Now promises of a magnificent Lamu Port are projected as a future solution to failings at our most important port. The Jomo Kenyatta Airport is an interesting construction sight.
Three rival Japanese firms have been awarded the contract for to inspect imported second-hand motor vehicles in what Kenya Bureau of Standards (Kebs) says is meant to end controversy that has riddled the deal for the past year.
The standards body, which is mandated to carry the inspection of second-hand cars before they are shipped to Kenya but contracts the service for efficiency, says it opted for the three firms to create competition as well as to avoid the backlash that comes with the award to a single agent.