Cameroon: Régie du Terminal à Conteneurs (RTC) of the Douala Port Authority receives 20 new port tractors

On Thursday, October 27, 2022, the Régie du Terminal à Conteneurs (RTC) of the Douala Port Authority received 20 Terberg port tractors, produced in the Netherlands.

The new tractors, which will be operational shortly, after trailers have been attached to them, will strengthen the company’s operational capacity for loading and unloading ships at the port of Douala.

It should be noted that RTC has embarked on an ambitious investment program with the acquisition of numerous handling equipment including two mobile cranes konecranes, six reachtakers, rehabilitation of the storage yard and the construction of a new quay.

source : Maritimafrica

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