Gabon. 16 October 2017.
Port of Owendo: Inauguration of the new multipurpose terminal
Mr Ali Bongo Ondimba, President of the Gabonese Republic attended the inauguration of Owendo’s new multipurpose terminal (New Owendo International Port) on Saturday, 14 October. Under the State authority, Bolloré Transport & Logistics and Olam have joined forces to develop and operate the terminal.
Puteaux. 28 August 2017.
Bolloré Transport & Logistics acquires some of the business activities and assets of the Necotrans Group
The Commercial Court of Paris approves an offer by Bolloré Transport & Logistics to take over some of Necotrans' business.
Cameroon. 27 July 2017.
The concession agreement for the Containers Terminal of the new Port of Kribi in Cameroon officially signed
On Tuesday, July 25, the concession agreement of the new container terminal of Kribi was signed, in Cameroon, during an official ceremony chaired by the Minister for Transport, Mr Edgar Alain Mébé Ngo’o.
Cameroon. 02 June 2017.
A latest generation container gantry crane for the port of Douala
Douala International Terminal (DIT), a Bolloré Ports concession, is now equipped with a third container gantry crane. This latest-generation equipment is efficient and meets environmental protection standards. It was inaugurated on May 3rd 2017 by the Minister of Transport, Mr Edgard Alain MEBE NGO'O, and will contribute strengthening the competitiveness of the Port of Douala.
Congo. 09 May 2017.
Bolloré Ports Congo becomes Agent of COSCO Shipping
Cosco Shipping, the first Chinese shipowner ranked 4th worldwide for the container part, chose the Bolloré Ports shipping agency to represent it in Congo.
Abidjan. 11 April 2017.
Four new container gantry cranes for Abidjan Terminal
In order to increase the operational capacity of Abidjan’s container terminal, four new gantry cranes (RTG) were put into service. These new modern equipments will help improve the port of Abidjan development.
Congo. 10 March 2017.
Congo Terminal is proud to employ Female gantry crane operators
Following a call for applications launched in November 2015, 70 gantry crane operators (RTGs) were recruited in the first half of 2016. Nine of them became the first female RTG operators in the Congo.
Bénin. 02 March 2017.
Benin Terminal broke a productivity record
With a productivity of 103.71 movements per hour, Benin Terminal broke a record on March 2nd 2017. 1,370 containers were moved within 14 hours. This great performance was achieved thanks to the professionalism of the teams and the quality of our equipment.
Union of the Comoros. 28 February 2017.
Bolloré Ports and the Comoros Union extend their mutual commitments
Olivier de Noray, Managing Director of Bolloré Ports was received on February 28th, 2017 by the President of the Union of the Comoros, His Excellency Assoumani Azali. Both parties undertook to continue performing its previous commitments and to evoke the coming projects and investments for Moroni Terminal.
Pointe-Noire. 28 October 2016.
Congo Terminal continues to invest with the acquisition of two new STS gantries
The acquisition of the two new gantries will be able to load and offload ships with a capacity of 16,000 containers. Added to the four existing gantries, they will significantly improve productivity at the Port Autonome de Pointe-Noire. The new equipment will help to address the requirements of international ship owners and Congo Terminal’s commercial partners.