Phase II of Kribi Deepwater Port Project to Include Dredging (Cameroon)

CHEC and Kribi Industrial Park Project Committee signed Kribi Deepwater Port Phase II Project EPC business contract on January 28th.

Kribi Deepwater Port Phase II Project includes construction of a 675m breakwater, two 715m-long container berths and dredging.

This project is an important component of Kribi Deepwater Port and Kribi Integrated Industrial Park.

Once the project is complete the Kribi Port will become the largest pivotal port in West and Central Africa.

Press Release, April 3, 2014

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