Port autonome de Kribi (PAK) has just launched a call for expression of interest to pre-qualify the companies that are willing to operate the multipurpose terminal of Kribi deepwater port.
Cameroon’s government thus restarts the process it concluded in August 2015 by choosing the group formed by Necotrans and Kribi Port’s Multi Opérators (KPMO) which is a consortium formed by many local companies.
Indeed, due to financial difficulties, Necotrans was unable to fulfill its commitments in the framework of this concession and in January 2018, the country officially declared that company’s default.
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