By Sami Zaptia.
London, 26 February 2021:
Misrata Free Zone (MFZ) yesterday announced a project to upgrade its main entrance.
The project will consist of [restrict paid=”true”] three entry lanes, four exit lanes, and administrative offices for the entities operating at the, such as security, customs, health and safety, and systems for inspection, protection, and surveillance.
MFZ reported that the project also aims to achieve a streamlined movement of the entry and exit of goods into and out of the port rather than the severe congestion occurring at the present time. This congestion has caused delay in the exit of goods, given that the current entrance was established in 1978.
The upgrade also aims to achieve the greatest possible degree of electronic monitoring and control of the entry and exit of goods and people. It also hopes to provide administrative and service offices for the port’s supervisory authorities to achieve the best customer service.
MZF reported that the execution period for the project is between 12-16 months, but did not indicate when construction would begin.[/restrict]