Landlocked developing countries bear an extra burden. Countries without a port pay more and wait longer for imported goods. And they have difficult time exporting, with the result their country trade expands slowly, compare to coastal countries. Containers destined for landlocked countries lie longer at ports than domestically bound containers.
To overcome the above problems, local production will be a key with an assistance of overseas company like ours that can provide guidance, equipments, know-how, engineer service, supports and partnership to produce prefab concrete components locally in the country.
A landlocked country is a country entirely enclosed by land, or whose only coastlines lie on closed seas. There are 48 landlocked countries in the world, including partiallyrecognized states.
Containers bound for landlocked countries face minimum at least three "clearance" processes. The first one is the Port, second the borders, third their own country's customs. Some landlocked countries faces four or more clearance process. Customs duties make up a large portion of government revenues in landlocked countries.
All the above combined with unpredictability of delivery and lengthy transport process, increase the cost of goods into the country substantially. There is a method to alter the circumstances to your advantages. Give it a thought.
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