As One of the Firsts in its Region,
the Kenya Free Trade Zone Stands at
a Very Strategic Location
As one the firsts in its region, the Kenya Free Trade Zone stands at a very strategic location. With its modern port facilities, road and railway networks, and transit airports Kenya serves five resource-rich yet landlocked countries.
To boot, the country is the logistic hub of East and Central Africa, connecting the world to an emerging middle class of 400 million people from seven countries.
Equally, Kenya, along with Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, and Burundi, is a member of the East African Community (EAC), which incentivizes the exports of industrial goods through significantly reduced tariffs.
Finally, thanks to its youthful and energetic population, welcoming culture, commitment to the rule of law, and efficient bureaucracy, Kenya is a gateway to opportunities.