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21 September 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 12:58 GMT+2



January 11, 2019

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DIT (APM Terminals - Bolloré) will have to leave the management of the container terminal of the port of Douala

The five companies which preselected for subentrare: CMA Terminals, DP World, Hutchison Port, TIL and Red Sea Gateway Terminal

Douala International Terminal (DIT), joint venture constituted by Dutch APM Terminals of shipowning group Danish A.P. Møller-Mærsk and from the French group Bolloré, will have to abandon the management of the container terminal of the camerunese port of Douala, landing place that is assigned to the DIT to half 2004 with contract of concession of the duration 15-year-old that will expire in the end of this year(on 1° July 2004).

The Port Independent de Douala in fact has returned note the list of the companies which preselected for the subscription of the new contract of concession, directory in which not figure the DIT and that comprises CMA Terminals of the French shipowning group CMA CGM, the terminalista society DP World of Dubay, Hutchison Port Investments of group CK Hutchison di Hong Kong, the Terminal Investment Limited (TIL) of the shipowning group Helvetic Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) and the Saudi Red Sea Gateway Terminal (RSGT).

The five selected companies, in order to approach the procedure of narrow consultation, will have now to send a letter of manifestation of interest to the Port Independent de Douala within next 7 February.

From 2005 to 2017, in the first thirteen years of management of the terminal by the DIT, the containerized trade in the port of Douala it has grown of +193% going up from 131.994 teu to 386.370 teu.

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