Bolloré Africa Logistics relies on new investments to offset expiry of Port of Douala concession

Bolloré Africa Logistics relies on new investments to offset expiry of Port of Douala concession

The contraction in activity recorded by the group last year is also attributed to the negative impact of the coronavirus crisis on the freight sector.

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            ▪ Bolloré Africa Logistics relies on new investments to offset expiry of Port of Douala concession

▪ The contraction in activity recorded by the group last year is also attributed to the negative impact of the coronavirus crisis on the freight sector.

https://www.jeuneafriquebusinessplus.com/en/807167/bollore-africa-logistics-relies-on-new-investments-to-offset-expiry-of-port-of-douala-concession/

05/03/2021 at 16h02, by Jeune Afrique Business+, updated 09/03/2021

However, the French conglomerate expects its African subsidiary to show signs of resilience with the entry into service of new concessions in the region, combined with several investments.

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