Ethio-Djibouti Railway

Rail capacity has increased significantly in terms of transporting other incoming and expenditure cargoes, including soil fertilizer.

More than 1,500 tonnes of soil fertilizer is being imported in one train journey; November 9, 2016 (EDR): The Minister of State for Transport and Logistics, His Excellency Beroo Hassan, who attended the Adama Railway Freight Station in Ethiopia, said that the capacity of transporting rail freight has increased significantly, and the capacity of rail has been greatly increased by the rapid lifting of other incoming and outgoing cargo, including soil fertilizer, from the port of Djibouti and the transportation of inland to port. The Minister recalled that soil fertilizer used for the 2016/2017 production year is being imported extensively from the port of Djibouti. He added that the government is working closely with the government on the process of procurement to transport soil fertilizer to farmers, adding that the transport work being carried out by EDR with other entities is brilliant. We are grateful to the Secretary of State for Environment, Mr. Berwo Hassan, who is working to make soil fertilizer accessible to different parts of our country. He said. Abdi Zebebe, CEO of Ethio-Djibouti Railway Transport SC (Dr.) He recalled that more than 1,500 tons of soil fertilizer are being transported into the country from the port of Djibouti via EDR in one train journey. EDR is working in coordination with the Ministry of Agriculture, Ethiopian Maritime Transport and Logistics Service and the Djibouti Port and Free Trade Area Authority, according to CEO Abdi Zenabe (DR). Senior leaders of EDR, Adama Railway Station Station Station Master and other concerned parties attended the field observation.

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