CAMEROON CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW TERMINAL AT THE PORT OF DOUALA-BONABÉRI

The Director General of the Douala Port Authority (PAD), Mr. Cyrus Ngo’o and the General Administrator of the KTH Company signed last Thursday, March 31st, a Convention for the construction, operation and renovation before retrocession to the PAD, of 42 ha of mixed bulk carriers terminals.

With a total cost of 280 billion CFA francs, this project is carried out under a BOT type agreement: financing entirely sought by the promoter without endorsement or guarantee from the PAD, for a period of 5 years of construction and 25 years of operation.

With a length of 900 linear meters of … read more : https://maritimafrica.com/en/cameroon-construction-of-a-new-terminal-at-the-port-of-douala-bonaberi/

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