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Kenyan workers operate Chinese cranes at Lamu Port Project

Kenyan workers operating Chinese cranes in Lamu Port Project | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Drone photo taken on January 30, 2019 shows a 150-ton heavy duty construction crane during development work on the Lamu Port project. XINHUA PHOTO - WANG TENG

Kenyan workers operating Chinese cranes in Lamu Port Project | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Kenyan machine driver Alfred now operates this 150-ton crane during development work on the Lamu Port project. Alfred, who did not know much about cranes, has been learning from Chinese engineer instructor Zhang Zhigang [left] for three years and is now able to operate the crane on his own. The Lamu Port project, contracted by China Communications Construction Company Limited, is located in Manda Bay, northeast Kenya. Zhang Zhigang and more than 200 other Chinese staff are working hard to ensure successful completion during the construction period. XINHUA PHOTOS - WANG TENG
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SEE ALSO:

. JULY 2018 

Kenya to complete first berth at Lamu port in December - Official
 

. OCTOBER 2017 

Kenya Ports Authority report major progress at Lamu port project

 

             

 

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