The partnership agreement aims at facilitating commercial exchanges, reduction of costs and deadlines; and the fluidity passage of goods in the Douala Seaport.
Douala Seaport must be competitive and bring into the State’s coffers funds commensurate to its structure and also render the Cameroonian Seaport competitive to others. It is on the heels of this that the partnership stems.
Recently, at the Maritime Museum of Douala, the economic capital of Cameroon, the Bolloré Group and the National Council of Shippers of Cameroon, signed a partnership agreement to improve the competitiveness of the transit of goods at the port of Douala, to strengthen the facilitation of commercial exchanges, the fluidification of the passage of goods and the reduction of costs and deadlines.
“Agreement provides for the creation of a platform for ongoing collaboration between all subsidiaries of the Bolloré group operating in Cameroon, Chad and the Republic. Central African Republic and the National Council of Shippers of Cameroon are the natural relay of the Chadian and Central African councils. That is to say that the commitments that are made here, are also with the shippers of these three countries”, the Regional Director of the Bolloré Group for the Gulf of Guinea, Mohamed Diop said.
As Cameroon News Today- CNT gathered, on August 19, 2016, Bolloré Transport Logistics Gulf of Guinea had signed such a partnership agreement with the Cameroonian customs administration. This convention was aimed mainly at improving transit competitiveness in Cameroon and strengthening the partnership approach in the monitoring of goods in transit by rail-road mode.
“The project of setting up a platform for collaboration with the one-stop shop for foreign trade operations is also very good,” Mohamed Diop had always revealed.
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