DP World and Somaliland open new terminal at Berbera port

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DP World and Somaliland opened a new container terminal at Berbera Port, with work under way to further expand the terminal’s capacity and develop it into a major regional trade hub serving the Horn of Africa.

The newly opened container terminal increases the port’s container capacity from current 150,000 Twenty Foot Equivalent Units (TEUs) to 500,000 TEUs annually.

“With the new terminal, along with the second phase of expansion and economic zone along the Berbera corridor, we are now firmly positioned to further develop and grow our economy through increased trade, attracting foreign direct investment and creating jobs,” Muse Bihi Abdi, president of Somaliland, said.

DP World and Somaliland opened a new container terminal at Berbera Port, with work under way to further expand the terminal’s capacity and develop it into a major regional trade hub serving the Horn of Africa.

The newly opened container terminal increases the port’s container capacity from current 150,000 Twenty Foot Equivalent Units (TEUs) to 500,000 TEUs annually.

“With the new terminal, along with the second phase of expansion and economic zone along the Berbera corridor, we are now firmly positioned to further develop and grow our economy through increased trade, attracting foreign direct investment and creating jobs,” Muse Bihi Abdi, president of Somaliland, said.

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