A delegation from France's port industry recently visited the Port of Loméa, finds its terminals impressive

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Thursday, 17 October 2019 16:39
A delegation from France's port industry recently visited the Port of Loméa, finds its terminals impressive

(Togo First) - Last Tuesday, a delegation of executives from the HAROPA, a group of French economic actors from the ports of Le Havre, Rouen, and Paris, visited terminals of the Port of Lomé. This, they did with the top management of the Autonomous Port of Lomé (PAL), in the framework of cooperation and reinforcement of exchanges between the French ports and Togo's.

The French delegation said they were "impressed by Lomé's very modern terminals, their significant processing capacities and the port's transformation in recent years."

This second follows a similar one dating back to 2015. It is part of an African tour organized by the HAROPA. According to Pascal Gabin, head of the French delegation, it came to review progress made by the port of Lomé and assess its future development orientations.

Moreover, the visit aimed to "reinforce ties between HAROPA ports and those situated along the West African coasts," with a particular emphasis on the port of Lomé.

Ayi Renaud Dossavi

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