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Port of Lomé, Togo, Niger, Burkina Faso

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Syllabus of the Subject

Export processing zone (Port of Lomé, Togo, West Africa)

  1. Introduction to the Autonomous Port of Lomé (Republic of Togo)
  2. Main features of the Port of Lomé
  3. Access to Burkina Faso, Niger, and Mali
  4. Togolese Free Trade Zone/Export processing zone

Port of Lomé (Togo)
Port of Lome, Togo. Access to Burkina Faso, Niger, and Mali (Maritime Transpor Course)

Transport and Logistics in Africa. Corridors, ports

Maritime Transport in Africa (West African Ports).

African Students (Masters Foreign Trade)

Foreign Trade and Business in West Africa

The Port of Lomé is one of the largest ports in West Africa

  1. The Port of Lomé is a deepwater port (14 meters)
  2. Location of the Port of Lomé: in the Gulf of Guinea
  3. 80% of the Togolese International Trade
  4. Top export products: phosphates, cocoa, coffee, copra, and cotton
  5. Traffic: 8 million tones
  6. Access to the landlocked Western African Countries (Sahel terminal): Mali, Niger, and Burkina Faso (Railway project)

Rail Transport

  1. Niger and Mali have one warehouse in the Port of Lomé
  2. Ro-Ro Ships
  3. Four transit warehouses in the Port of Lomé
  4. Lomé container Terminal. Management of the private Container Terminal
  5. Bolloré Logistics in Togo has invested 300 billion FCFA in the third platform

Togolese Free Trade Zone/Export processing zone (SAZOF).

  1. Togo Export Processing Authority - SAZOF
  2. Tax and duty-free incentives
  3. Customs free Transshipment (for Economic Community of West African States Countries)
  4. 62 companies (mainly in manufacturing and services)
  5. Near 10,000 employees
  6. Food and wood industry, Clothing, Cosmetic, and Pharmaceutics

Trans-African Roads (Transport corridors): Dakar-Lagos Corridor

More information about Togo (EENI African Business Portal).

  1. Kpalimé
  2. Kara
  3. Sokodé

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