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Djibouti is going to be another state owned vessel enterprise operator on the continent.
The east African logistics hub plans to boost its operation in the transportation arena including expanding ports throughout their coastline.
One of the strategic cargo transports is air cargo to addresses westward and European cargo needs.
To achieve this Djibouti re-launched the operation of Air Djibouti about six months ago.
The other area that the country targeted is to establish a shipping company that will operate in different ports mainly in along the east African coast lines.
The country is expected to introduce the formation of new carrier, Djibouti Shipping Lines (DSL) in the coming month.
According to the plan DSL will start container shuttle service in April connecting Djibouti to neighboring Berbera, Somaliland.
This makes the country one of state owned shipping company operators in Africa. In this sector Ethiopia is the major state owned shipping line operator in Africa. The Ethiopian Shipping Lines that changed to the Ethiopian Shipping and Logistics Services Enterprise is one of the oldest African carriers in the sector.
Most of shipping lines in the continent are private companies or very small state owned enterprises.
According to information from Djibouti the new service will act as a feeder for cargo destined to or originating from Berbera, which are transshipped to and from international long-haul services at Djibouti. It will be operated with one chartered vessel of 1,000 twenty foot containers.
In the coming month the country is also expected to launch the biggest ever port facility, Doraleh Multipurpose Port (DMP). The other port, Tadjoura Port that is constructed at the Gulf of Tadjoura will be finalized in July.
The air transport which started as a taxi service in mid 2016 has the goal of making ports in Djibouti the central logistical destination for vessels and to extend transporting the cargos to central and west Africa by air.
Air Djibouti is operating two planes and is expected to grow its fleet to 15 in the coming two years.