Bolloré Transport & Logistics and the Cameroon Customs have signed an agreement for securing transit operations on the Douala-N’Djamena and Douala-Bangui corridors. The Chief of Cameroon Customs, Edwin Fongod Nuvaga and the Regional Director of Bolloré Transport & Logistics in the Gulf of Guinea, Mohamed Diop, put pen to paper in Douala in a memorandum of understanding to improve the security devices on transit operations.
The Bollore-Cameroon agreement comes within the framework of the implementation of the Customs-Business Partnership. With its footprint on the logistics business in Cameroon through the Cameroon railway company (CAMRAIL), the Douala and Kribi ports (DIT and SEPBC) and shipping and freighting (SOCOPAO) Bolloré Transport & Logistics with the Cameroon Customs have set targets aimed at improving transit platforms including the establishment of stores and clearance areas in Ngaoundere, Bélabo, Kribi and the construction in these areas of infrastructure dedicated to the customs department.
The Cameroon Customs through this project intends to foster the establishment of a single title rail and road network to accelerate the digitization process of all procedures.
By Rita Akana