Puteaux. 10 June 2021.
Bolloré Ports launches its "Green Terminal" label
Bolloré Ports, a leading operator of port terminals in Africa, Asia and the Americas, has justlaunched the "Green Terminal" certification process, which aims to reduce the carbon footprint of its activities by using a precise methodology that covers all environmental issues. A first in the port sector, this approach has been validated by Bureau Veritas, one of the world's leading companies in testing, inspection and certification.
Kribi. 10 May 2021.
Five new yard gantries reinforce volume growth at the Port of Kribi
Kribi Conteneurs Terminal (KCT) received five new yard gantries on 10 May 2021. With a 50-tonne lifting capacity, the new equipment will further boost the growth in traffic at the Port of Kribi. In 2020, KCT posted a 56.27% increase in handling volumes.
Abidjan. 22 April 2021.
36 electric towing vehicles ordered for the second container terminal in the Port of Abidjan
As part of the project on the second container terminal in the Port of Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire Terminal is announcing the order of 36 electric towing vehicles from the manufacturer Gaussin. The new handling machines will equip the future container terminal, construction work on which was launched in October 2020 by Côte d’Ivoire Terminal.
Puteaux. 19 April 2021.
Bolloré Ports committed to sea turtle conservation
Bolloré Ports, an operator of port concessions, is implementing biodiversity conservation programmes. It is leading initiatives aimed at ensuring the sustainability of the areas in which it conducts its business.
Kribi. 13 April 2021.
New mobile crane to boost handling capacity at the port of Kribi
Kribi Conteneurs Terminal (KCT) took delivery on 13th April 2021 of a new mobile crane intended for ship handling operations. The new equipment boosts the dock-handling capacity of the concessionary of the Port of Kribi container terminal.
12 April 2021.
Timor Port and its partners, CHEC and Bolloré, rally round to help the populations of Dili stricken by torrential rains
In the wake of the violent cyclone Seroja, many towns and cities in the country, including the capital, Dili, were swamped by the torrential rains that fell on 3 and 4 April in Timor-Leste and Indonesia.
Lagos. 26 March 2021.
Two mobile port cranes for the port of Tincan in Nigeria
Bolloré Ports has ordered two mobile port cranes to reinforce the stevedoring capacities of Tincan Island Container Terminal Limited (TICT) in Lagos. The cranes will enable the container terminal to contribute to volume growth in Nigeria, Africa’s leading economy.
Dakar. 18 March 2021.
Port of Dakar Ro-Ro Terminal obtains ISO 9001:2015 certification
Dakar Terminal, the operator of the El Hadji Malick SY ro-ro terminal, has obtained the 2015 version of ISO 9001 certification. The certification attests to the compliance of Dakar Terminal’s services with the requirements of its customers in the loading and unloading of ro-ro ships and the warehousing and storage of goods.
Tema. 22 February 2021.
MPS Terminal 3, the backbone of Africa's connectivity with South America
Terminal 3 of MPS (Meridian Port Services Limited) in Ghana is the backbone of the maritime service between Africa and South America. The container terminal at the port of Tema enables the CMA CGM and MSC ship owners to connect Africa with the South American market.
Kribi. 08 February 2021.
Kribi Conteneurs Terminal accueille le navire porte-conteneurs de CMA CGM Kribi
Kribi Conteneurs Terminal (KCT) a accueilli le samedi 06 février 2021 à 21 heures le navire CMA CGM KRIBI. Ce porte-conteneurs, construit en 2014 et qui porte symboliquement le nom de baptême KRIBI, est long de 255 mètres pour une capacité de 5466 Equivalent Vingt Pieds (EVP)