APM Terminals signs new contract in West Africa

APM Terminals and the company's French partners have signed a contract in one of West Africa's busiest ports in the Ivory Coast.

A.P. Moeller-Maersk's terminal business APM Terminals has announced that the company - as part of a consortium with the French companies Bollores and Bouyges - has signed a contract for a new port terminal in the Port Abidjan in the Ivory Coast.

The terminal, known as T2, will be the second terminal in the Port of Abidjan, which in 2012 handled around 600,000 twenty-foot containers, teu, making it one of the busiest ports in West Africa.

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