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The French Group Necotrans Wants to Invest in Cameroon Ports

The French Group Necotrans Wants to Invest in Cameroon Ports
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(Business in Cameroon) - Based in Douala, the group wants to develop port infrastructure in Douala, reports the Cameroon Tribune of Thursday April 5, 2013. And, according to Querel Gregory, CEO of Necotrans, the group also has major projects in cities such as Yaoundé and Kribi.

His statement was made after an audience of the group with the Secretary General at the Presidency of the Republic, Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh last Thursday.

Accompanied by Pierre Andre Wiltzer, former minister, presidential adviser of the group and Henri Pierre Mourin, regional director for Cameroon, Chad, CAR, the audience lasted for 45 minutes.

Necotrans specializes in international transport and logistics, with major markets in North Africa, West Africa and France, where its headquarters is situated. It has an extensive expertise in the field of port operations in Africa, and the group has developed a network covering the west coast of the continent from Senegal to South Africa, according to the Cameroon Tribune.

Through its establishment in the largest ports in West Africa and the nearby landlocked countries, the company now provides a full set of integrated services, from any point of origin to the delivery of the goods on site,” a statement on the group’s website says.

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