The Director General of the Douala Port Authority (PAD), Mr. Cyrus Ngo’o and the General Administrator of the KTH Company signed last Thursday, March 31st, a Convention for the construction, operation and renovation before retrocession to the PAD, of 42 ha of mixed bulk carriers terminals.

With a total cost of 280 billion CFA francs, this project is carried out under a BOT type agreement: financing entirely sought by the promoter without endorsement or guarantee from the PAD, for a period of 5 years of construction and 25 years of operation.

With a length of 900 linear meters of quay on the right bank of the Wouri River of the Port of Douala-Bonabéri, the construction of this new terminal is divided into 2 phases:

Phase 1 :

450 ml of quay

Silos with a cumulative capacity of 30,000 tons

Road and railroad

Weighing station

Maintenance workshop Administrative building R+3 of 200 sqm

Electricity supply station

Fire fighting system

Equipped parking lot

Three warehouses of 2000, 3000 and 10.500 m² respectively

Storage area

Pipe connections

Access gate


450 ml of quay

Silos with a cumulative capacity of 30,000 tons (continued from phase I)

Road and railroad (continued phase I)

Weighing station (continued phase I)

Maintenance workshop (continued phase I)

Administrative building R+3 of 200 m².

Electricity supply station

Extension of the fire fighting system

Extension of the equipped parking lot

Construction of additional warehouses

Expansion of storage area

Construction of 900 ml of quay including supply of all handling equipment

silos with a total capacity of 60,000 tons built and conveyors installed

roads and railroads built

04 warehouses of which two of 3000 and two of 2000 m² built

02 warehouses of 10500 m² each

storage areas built

pipes built and put into service

fire fighting system built

two administrative buildings of R+3 built

Let us recall that this construction is part of the great process of physical transformation of the port of Douala-Bonabéri through the renovation, modernization and development of the capacities of reception and handling of goods.