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Tanzania Port Management Authority (TPA) was established through Law no. 17 of the year 2004. This authority inherited and took over the responsibilities of the former Tanzania Harbors Authority (Tanzania Harbors Authority-THA) which was established through the Port Authority Law no. 12 of the year 1977 after the dissolution of the former East African Community and given more responsibilities to own, operate and develop ports on the coast of the Indian Ocean and the Great Lakes.
That Port Law No. 17 of 2004 gives TPA the responsibilities of owning, managing, operating and developing all port areas in Mainland Tanzania. The main purpose of the establishment of TPA is specified in Section (5) of the Act which is to ensure that Tanzania continues to benefit from its geographical advantage including:
Shaping the better management and productivity of the ports located on the coast of the Indian Ocean and the Great Lakes; to ensure there is productivity in the services provided for loading and unloading cargo and passengers; develop, improve and manage port infrastructure; manage port security; and enter into contracts or agreements with any person or institution for the provision of port services.
Mkataba wa bandari na DP world pdf
THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA, duly represented by the Minister for Works and Transport (“Tanzania”) and THE EMIRATE OF DUBAI, duly represented by the Chief Executive Officer of the Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation (“Dubai”);
(Tanzania and Dubai are hereafter referred to as the “State Parties” (each individually as “State Party”):
The objective of the Agreement is to set a legally binding framework of areas of cooperation for the development, improvement, management and operation of sea and lake ports, special economic zones, logistic parks, trade corridors and other related strategic port infrastructure in Tanzania. The areas of cooperation also include capacity building, transfer of knowledge, skills and technology, strengthening training institutions and market intelligence support.
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