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Somaliland’s Berbera Port expansion completed-DP World

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The expansion of the Berbera Port in Somaliland has been completed, port operator DP World has announced. Construction involved a 400 metres quay and a 250,000-square-metre extension of the port.

Once operational the new port will increase the terminal’s capacity by 500,000 TEUs per year and further strengthen Berbera as a major regional trade hub servicing the Horn of Africa.

The move will further raise the already competitive port service in the region.

“We have just completed a 400m quay and a new extension at Berbera Port, Somaliland. Once operational, it will increase the terminal’s capacity by 500,000 TEUs per year, and will further strengthen Berbera as a major regional trade hub servicing the Horn of Africa,” said DP World in a tweet.

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