Port of Abidjan (Ivory Coast)
EENI - Business School.
Sub-subject - Port of Abidjan (Ivory Coast).
Access to Mali, Burkina, and Niger
- Port of Abidjan (Ivory Coast)
- The main features of the Port of Abidjan
- Access to Mali, Burkina Faso, and Niger
Sample of the Sub-subject: Port of Abidjan:
Sub-Subject Description: Port of Abidjan
- Region: West Africa
- Access to landlocked countries: Mali, Niger, and Burkina Faso.
- Port of Abidjan is equidistant between the Port of Douala (Cameroon - Central
Africa) and the Port of Dakar (Senegal).
- The largest port in West Africa
- The second-largest African Port
- Container Transhipment
- Deep-water port
- Petroleum production activities
- Top exports: manganese, timber, and agri-products (pineapple, cocoa, coffee, and banana)
- Free trade zone for information technology and biotechnology in Grand Bassam. Mahatma Gandhi technology park.
- Presence of Bolloré Africa Logistics
- The main terminals in the Port of Abidjan
- Vridi Container Terminal
- Abidjan Terminal
- The recent investment from Omani company (Hasan
Juma Backer Trading & Contracting) of 700 million dollars in the dry port project of the Port of Abidjan
- Trans-African corridor: Dakar-Lagos Corridor
- Regional Economic Communities: the Economic Community of West African States and the West African Economic and Monetary Union
- The main language in the region is French.
- The main cities near the Port of Abidjan: Abidjan, Grand-Bassam, Alépé, Abengorou, Bondoukou, Sassandra, San Pedro, Divo, Soubré, Gagnoa, Yamassoukro, Daloa, Danane, Man, Massala, Katiola, and Korhogo
Maritime Transport in Africa - West African ports