On July 31st, the Nairobi Expy in the capital of Kenya, which was invested, developed, constructed and operated by China Road & Bridge Corporation, was officially put into operation.
Note: On July 31st, in Nairobi, Kenya, Kenyan President Kenyatta delivered a speech during the opening ceremony of the Nairobi Expressway. Photographed by Xinhua News Agency reporter.
Kenyatta delivered a speech at the ceremony stating that the Nairobi Expressway and the new Nairobi East Ring Road, constructed by Chinese enterprises and fully opened on the 31st, will significantly alleviate traffic congestion in Nairobi. Before the opening of the Nairobi Expressway, some sections required at least 3 hours of travel, but now it only takes 15 to 24 minutes.
Kenyatta said that in the short period of time since the trial operation of the Nairobi Expressway on May 14th, the expressway has proven its value, ushering in an era of reducing traffic time, increasing mobility, reducing congestion, and improving productivity in Nairobi. It has created a better business environment and will bring more opportunities to Kenyan tourism, conference, and hotel industries.
Note: On July 31st, vehicles were driving on the Nairobi Expressway in Kenya. Photographed by Xinhua News Agency reporter.
The Nairobi Expressway connects the downtown area of Nairobi with Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, passing through important landmarks such as the Nairobi Central Business District, National Museum, National Stadium, Parliament Building, Presidential Palace, etc., with a total length of 27.1 kilometers. Construction began in September 2020.
The Nairobi Expressway project connects the Nairobi Central Business District with important transportation hubs such as Jomo Kenyatta International Airport and the Mombasa Nairobi Railway Station. The city’s travel time has been reduced from the original 2 hours to about 20 minutes, effectively reducing commuting costs, and has been warmly welcomed by the local people.
Source: Xinhua News Agency
Note: Location diagram of Sameer Business Park and Nairobi Expressway
Our perennial exhibition hall in Kenya is located in Sameer Business Park, the central business district of Nairobi. The commercial district covers an area of 500000 square feet and gathers offices, commercial exhibition halls, business and leisure venues. It is adjacent to the Nairobi Expressway and has convenient transportation, greatly facilitating the invitation and visit of local merchants.
Note: The appearance of the exhibition hall in Kenya and the on-site map of the exhibition hall docking activities
We not only provide free promotional posters and exhibition booths for settled enterprises, but also regularly hold precision docking activities and invite corresponding buyers to visit. This year, we have successfully held professional industry docking conferences for bearings, agricultural machinery, machine tools, automotive parts, and other industries.
In addition, settled enterprises can also invite customers to come to the year-round exhibition hall to view samples at any time, and then negotiate online to facilitate transactions, truly achieving a combination of offline and online.