The attention and intention with which the ports, terminals and connectivity infrastructure are built and financed in Africa are quite visible right now across its political, economic and regulatory landscape. However, to have AfCFTA implemented effectively, there is a lot more the continent needs to do collectively.

The fifth edition of the ‘Flower Logistics Africa’ chalked out the new, post-pandemic normal for the flower logistics industry of Africa with day-long deliberations on the ever-evolving nature of air cargo, the feasibility and emergence of sea route and African industry’s response to the two megatrends of sustainability and

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