Sierra Leone. 17 October 2016.
Freetown Terminal Extension:
On Friday, October 14, held the official launch of the extension works of the container terminal of the Port of Freetown. In the presence of H.E. Honorable Ernest Bai Koroma, President of the Republic of Sierra Leone, and the Minister of Transport Mr. Leonard Balogun Koroma, Bolloré Ports, first operator of infrastructure in Africa and a major player in port handling in France, endorsed the immediate start of the Freetown port expansion works.
Puteaux. 08 June 2016.
On Friday, June 3, took place the official signing ceremony of the concession contract for the new port of Dili, between Bolloré Transport & Logistics and the State of Timor Leste, in the presence of the Ministers of Transport Mr. Gastão de Sousa and Finance Mrs Santina Cardoso, and the Minister of Planning and Strategic Investment, former Head of State, former Prime Minister and independence leader Kay Rala Xanana Gusmão.
Puteaux. 23 May 2016.
Bolloré Ports participates in the Breakbulk Europe Conference & Exhibition 2016
Bolloré Transport & Logistics, one of the 10 world’s leading transport and logistics groups, will be present as an exhibitor at the next Breakbulk Conference, from 23-26 May in Antwerp, Belgium.
Conakry. 25 February 2016.
Congo. 07 October 2015.
Congo Terminal, the operator of the container terminal of Pointe-Noire, an affiliate of Bolloré Ports, has achieved a record productivity level in container handling, reaching an average of 75 movements per hour.
Freetown. 16 September 2015.
Under the high patronage of His Excellency, the President of the Republic, the Honorable Ernest Bai Koroma, the signing of the amendment to the concession agreement binding Bolloré Ports to the port authorities of Sierra Leone took place on Wednesday September 16th. The signing follows the presentation made last May to the head of the State of Sierra Leone on the project for the extension of the Freetown container terminal port.
Cameroon. 27 August 2015.
Ports of Kribi:
The Bolloré Ports, CMA CGM, and CHEC consortium has just been declared the winner of the contract for the operation of the Kribi deepwater container port, following an international call for tenders launched by the State of Cameroon.
Togo. 24 June 2015.
Port of Lomé:
Togo Terminal, a subsidiary of Bolloré Ports, received two new mobile cranes and new handling equipment on Monday, June 22nd, adding to the equipment fleet of the Togo Terminal, and reinforcing its capacities for the handling of container ships, especially at Mole 2 (former vessel receiving platform).
Abidjan. 11 January 2015.
Abidjan Terminal, the operator of the container terminal of the Autonomous Port of Abidjan, a subsidiary of Bolloré Ports, has achieved record new levels of productivity in container handling by reaching an average of over 100 movements per hour, on three occasions.