The Alliance for the Promotion of the Port of Lomé was recently in Mali, as part of its mission to promote the infrastructure

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Wednesday, 02 October 2019 15:30
The Alliance for the Promotion of the Port of Lomé was recently in Mali, as part of its mission to promote the infrastructure

(Togo First) - After Burkina Faso, the delegation from the Alliance for the Promotion of the Port of Lomé (A2PL) was in Mali last week, in the framework of its mission to promote the infrastructure across the Sahel. Talks took place between Sept. 25 and 30 at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Mali (CCIM). 

On this occasion, Remy Moevi, Vice President of Togo's Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIT) showcased some advantages of the A2PL and the port of Lomé, citing for example the simplification of administrative and customs processes through the creation of the single external trade office (GUCE), the extended port-related data system (SIPE), and the establishment of special warehouses for Sahel countries at the port.  

"Other major reasons to trust the A2PL include easy access to the port of Lomé, better assistance and rapid support," the CCIT's vice president said. 

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