World Bank supports APM expansion at Douala and Kribi ports

World Bank supports APM expansion at Douala and Kribi ports

The International Finance Corporation’s Board of Directors is expected to decide in June on a proposed €10 million loan to the Cameroonian group Agence de prestations maritimes (APM).

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            ▪ World Bank supports APM expansion at Douala and Kribi ports

▪ The International Finance Corporation’s Board of Directors is expected to decide in June on a proposed €10 million loan to the Cameroonian group Agence de prestations maritimes (APM).

https://www.africabusinessplus.com/en/815750/ports-of-douala-and-kribi-world-bank-support-for-apm-expansion/

The Cameroonian transport and logistics company, Agence de prestations maritimes (APM), which has four warehouses in the Douala Autonomous Port area – N’dokochi, Yara and Essenge – and an administrative building and timber yard in Kribi, plans to expand its capacity, thanks in large part to support from the World Bank.

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