Who is behind Super Star Forwarders, Bolloré’s partner on the EACOP contract in East Africa?

Who is behind Super Star Forwarders, Bolloré’s partner on the EACOP contract in East Africa?

Bolloré Logistics was awarded the logistics services contract for the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) Ltd following a very competitive tender process. The infrastructure will transport crude oil from Kabaale in Uganda to Chongoleani on the Tanzanian coast. 

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            ▪ Who is behind Super Star Forwarders, Bolloré’s partner on the EACOP contract in East Africa?

▪ Bolloré Logistics was awarded the logistics services contract for the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) Ltd following a very competitive tender process. The infrastructure will transport crude oil from Kabaale in Uganda to Chongoleani on the Tanzanian coast. 

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The contract involves Bolloré Logistics in Europe, Uganda and Tanzania. Bolloré Transport & Logistics Tanzania has set up a joint venture EALS Ltd with the local entity Super Star Forwarders (SSF) in Tanzania for the project.

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