Cameroon: Launching of the first caisson of the quays of the deep water port of Kribi

 

On Saturday, October 22, 2022, the Minister of Transport of Cameroon, Mr. Jean Ernest Ngalle Bibehe, presided over the launching ceremony of the first caisson of the quays, as part of the works of Phase II of the extension of the deep water port of Kribi.

These caissons made by the China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC) are cubic blocks of concrete 17 meters high, 21 meters long and 18 meters wide, and weighing more than… to read more, click on : https://maritimafrica.com/en/cameroon-launching-of-the-first-caisson-of-the-quays-of-the-deep-water-port-of-kribi/

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