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Statement from Djibouti Ports and Free Zones Authority (DPFZA)

Contrary to the unfounded claims made yesterday by DP World, the opening of the Djibouti International Free Trade Zone (DIFTZ) is fully in line...

Ivory Coast: the shipyard CARENA invests 5 billion FCFA for a new dock

CARENA, a subsidiary of Bolloré that operates the largest ship repair yard in West Africa, strengthens its operational capabilities with the acquisition of a...

Exclusive interview with Jerome Petit, Bolloré Logistics Africa General Manager

«BOLLORÉ COVERS ALL THE AFRICAN CONTINENT» Present on the African continent for half a century, Bolloré intends to invest 100 million euros between 2017 and...

Nouadhibou: soon a port in deep water

The project for the first deep-sea port in Mauritania will be carried out very soon, towards the end of 2018, in the Mauritanian economic...

Gregory Krief of MSC Togo: « LCT terminal LCT plays a role of regulator of...

The second largest shipping company, the Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) is based in Geneva, Switzerland, a country as landlocked as Mali and Niger. Present...

Senegal: two new ports in the boxes

Senegal plans to acquire two new ports (Ndayane and Sendou) to replace the Autonomous Port of Dakar, almost suffocated by the volume of traffic...

Cameroon: 6.4 million tons of processed goods at the port of Kribi

Operational since last year, the port of Kribi has had a significant commercial activity during the first twelve months of operation. While it is true...

The Belgian Christian De Block new DG of the Port of Cotonou

It was during a very simple ceremony in the premises of the General Directorate of the Autonomous Port of Cotonou that the act was...

Tangier Med, a success story in support of the Moroccan port strategy

By Daniel Pingeot Africa's largest port, Tanger Med in Morocco has become one of the most important logistic platforms in the world in a decade....

Togo: the (new) ambitions of the Port of Lome

Since becoming the leading container port in the region since 2017, Lagos has been ranked first. Lomé owes its rank to some investments made...

Cameroon: laurels for the Bolloré Group

The General Directorate of Customs (DGD) has awarded four Bolloré Transport & Logistics (BTL) Awards of Excellence for its performance in implementing transit facilitation...

Mauritania: EIB and ADB support development of SNIM port facilities in Nouadhibou

The EIB and AfDB provide financial support to SNIM for a total amount of US $ 109 million.   This funding is intended for...

Cameroon: Bolloré ousted from the port of Douala

The general management of the Autonomous Port of Douala (PAD) has just launched a call for limited international consultation for the renovation, modernization, operation...

Ivory Coast: 2,9 millions tons of traffic for the port of San Pedro

The Autonomous Port of San Pedro has made 2,894 million tons 2017 traffic, according to its general manager Marcel Hilaire Lamizana. An increase of...
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