Cameroon is thus relying on a grouping which offers all the guarantees of a solid consortium from a strategic, financial and technical point of view. The concession agreement planned for an initial term of 20 years.
At a depth of 15m and with direct access to the ocean, the port of Kribi enables Cameroon to receive large vessels containing up to 8,000 containers. The Bolloré Ports, CMA-CGM, and CHEC consortium is going to handle the management of its container terminal, which has a 350m wharf constructed and equipped by the Chinese company, CHEC. These infrastructures will be completed in Phase 2 by an additional 700m wharf within a maximum five-year time period.