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Our projects

Before project

Creation of a mineral terminal

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

  • Construction of new wharves
  • Backfill of 9 ha of pier
  • Wharf Repairs 13 and 14 Storage Area Expansion
  • Installation of conveyor belts
Before project

Modernization of the Fishing Port, Inaugurated in September 2015

Context

  • Very old infrastructure
  • Lack of industrial land
  • High maintenance cost (average 350 million / year)
  • Low draft (7 m)
Before project

Land creation by backfilling of the lagoon bay of Vridi

Context

  • Circulation problem: transport costs, delivery times, accidents, etc.
  • Congestion of the port and port area
After project

Enlargement / deepening of the Vridi canal

CONTEXT

  • Impossibility of accommodating vessels over 260 m in length and over 11.50 m draft
  • High vessel waiting time (average 10 h / day)
  • Lack of competitiveness of the port of Abidjan concerning the reception of ships
After project

Development of the bay of Vridi. Component 2/40 hectares of land created

Context

  • Lack of port industrial land Unable to meet demands
  • Loss of job-creating investments
After project

Construction of a second container terminal

Contexte

  • Only one container terminal
  • High cost of passage
  • Low transhipment traffic
  • Impossibility of accommodating ships with more than 11.5m of draft

Folder

04.4.2018

LE PORT D’ABIDJAN ENREGISTRE UNE CROISSANCE DE 3,8 % EN 2017

 

News

Autres

CELEBRATION IN ABIDJAN PORT AUTHORITY OF THE INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY

As in the previous years, Côte d’Ivoire celebrated the 42nd edition of the International Women Day on 08...
19.03.2019
Autres

SIGNING OF A PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN PORT OF ABIDJAN AND PORT OF AMSTERDAM

On Monday 11 th March 2019, a draft agreement was signed in the offices of the Ministry of Transport between...
19.03.2019

Agenda

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05-18
24
05-18

Seminar on the quality approach and management of the port environment

27
04-18
01
05-18

International Tourism Fair

 

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