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Kribi port’s industrial zone has already attracted hundred companies

Business in Cameroon | One hundred companies have already submitted their application to establish themselves in the industrial zone of Kribi autonomous port (PAK) commissioned on March 2, 2018. This was revealed by the manager of this port which is the largest in Cameroon.

Among these companies, there is BIOCAM, an exporter of wood waste for energy generation (Biomass) and Atlantic cocoa which signed the first occupancy agreement of the industrial zone on January 24, 2018.

The agreement authorizes Atlantic Cocoa to build a cocoa processing plant in the industrial zone. The plant with a yearly processing capacity of 48,000 tons, extensible to 64,000 tons, will cost CFA30 billion and it should be operational by September 2018.

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  1. Like after 30 years it took this Paul Biya man to realise this port,I see why Cameroon is Very behind.

  2. Épée Dipanda

    100 companies my foot.
    Lies have never built a nation. Anyways, why am I concerned about la Republique? Energy should be preserved for Ambazonia the beloved.