Transport & Logistics

Kuwait Transport & Logistics 2012
A number of major developments are underway in the transport sector following the massive spending plan approved by the Kuwaiti government in 2010. Projects include the expansion at Kuwait International Airport, with a new terminal set to raise passenger capacity from 7.2m to 20m upon completion in 2017. Plans to develop a metro system are now at the feasibility stage. While defence and government services are set to decline with the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq, the energy industry has become the greatest source of demand for logistics in the country. A new port project at Boubyan brings the possibility of construction and development projects in post-war Iraq.
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