Crux Consultants have been hired by the government of Afghanistan to review the financial statements of 12 dry ports working in Afghanistan.
Zaranj – Nimroz, Mil78 – Farah, and Islam Qala – Herat, were established in 2006, 2010 and 2006 respectively. The ports are responsible for collecting revenue generated through the Afghanistan-Iran border. As part of the agreement signed with the Government of Afghanistan; Crux Consultants are please to conclude its field visit to these ports.
Apart from the Islam Qala port, another port also operates in Herat, which is located in Torghandi, and operates under a joint venture agreement between the Government of Afghanistan and a Private firm. The private firm operates two other ports in Afghanistan as well: Hairatan and Aqina, which were also covered under our scope of work.
Ashkasham, Shir Khan, and Aikhanom ports were established in 2012, 2010 and 1993 respectively. These ports are located in the north of the country in Badakhshan, Takhar and Kunduz provinces, and they have a strategic position in collecting revenue from the Afghanistan-Tajikstan Bordar.
Spin Boldak – Kandahar, Torkham – Nangarhar and Ghulam Khan – Khost, ports were established in 2006 through presidential decree and are responsible for collecting revenue generated through the Afghanistan-Pakistan border. In order to deliver on its commitment with the Government of Afghanistan; Crux Consultant’s completed its field visit and collected all the available data from the ports in 2019.