The Tanzania’s oldest sea gateway, Tanga Port, will increase its cargo handling capacity threefold in the coming two years. This will enable it to cope with envisaged cargo increase at the port due to increased investment in the region and its hinterland. Currently, Tanga Port has a capacity of 750,000 tonnes of cargo per year, but the plan is to grow the number to two million tonnes per year in two years, the Tanga Port master, Percival Salama revealed yesterday. (…) The commissioner, commending TPA for improvements that have increased the capacity and services of the port, urged them to invest more on publicity to attract more users.