During the 22nd Summit of the African Union (AU) held in Addis Ababa on 31st January 2014, African Heads of States and governments adopted the 2050 Africa’s Integrated Maritime Strategy (AIMS) and Plan of Action to address Africa’s Maritime challenges for sustainable development and competitiveness. We all commend AU efforts in coming up with holistic policies to address Africa’s intermodal transport challenges,” said Mr Yatani.The CS said Kenya National Single Window System has now created an online platform for information sharing and automation of documentation processes for all stakeholders to enhance business efficiency.In East Africa, the East African Community and partner states have undertaken several joint projects to address the poor state of infrastructure in a number of areas, especially in roads, air transport, seaports, railways and communications.akitimo@ke.nationmedia.com