Cotonou. 16 September 2021.
Benin Terminal reinforces its equipment and acquires two new stackaces
Benin Terminal, which operates the Port of Cotonou's container terminal, commissioned two empty container handlers built by Konecranes, a specialist in lifting equipment, on 1 September 2021. Following their delivery in mid-August, they were installed and the operators trained.
Pteaux. 13 September 2021.
Bolloré Transport & Logistics acquires warehouse space at Nairobi Gate industrial park
Bolloré Transport & Logistics has acquired 5,000Sq.m warehousing space at the Nairobi Gate Industrial Park in Nairobi to accommodate it’s expanding Supply Chain activities. The highly flexible ultra-modern warehouse allows Bolloré Transport & Logistics to accommodate the expanding requirements of its Contract Logistics clientele from the FMCG and Beverage industries.
Puteaux. 09 September 2021.
A medicine scholarship granted to the Top student of the 2021 science Baccalaureate in Gabon
For the first edition of the national contest for the highest-ranking students organised on 7th September 2021 in Libreville, Bolloré Transport & Logistics Gabon granted a scholarship to Kamil Alix Maël Bignoumba Boukinda, top student of the 2021 science baccalaureate in Gabon.
Puteaux. 02 September 2021.
Moroni Terminal trains its employees to drive reach stackers to reinforce its operational capacities
From 4 to 24 June 2021, Moroni Terminal, a subsidiary of Bolloré Ports, with the assistance of the Pan-African Port Training Centre (CFPP) of Bolloré Transport & Logistics, organised a training session on driving reach stackers for several of its employees. Thaourati Youssouf, who is one of the ten people trained, is the first woman within Moroni Terminal to obtain this position.
Puteaux. 19 August 2021.
Rémi Ayikoué Amavi, appointed as the new Managing Director of Bolloré Transport & Logistics Mali
Since 1 August 2021, Rémi Ayikoué Amavi is the new Managing Director of Bolloré Transport & Logistics Mali. He succeeds Éric Dupuis, who has retired after 29 years with the Bolloré Group.
Puteaux. 13 August 2021.
Éric Kalala Nsantu, new Chief Executive Officer of Bolloré Transport & Logistics DRC
Éric Kalala Nsantu is the new Chief Executive Officer of Bolloré Transport & Logistics in the DRC. Having been Managing Director of the Congolese subsidiary since 2019, he now succeeds François Kaniki, who was Chair of the Board of Directors at Bolloré Transport & Logistics for more than ten years.
Puteaux. 11 August 2021.
Bolloré joins the VIVE Programme in commitment to sustainability in east Africa
Building on a 25-year relationship, Bolloré Transport & Logistics and supply chain services company Czarnikow are collaborating to support Bolloré Transport & Logistics’ sustainable development in East Africa, through the VIVE Sustainable Supply Programme.
Puteaux. 04 August 2021.
Ahmat Abdelkerim is appointed managing director of Bolloré Transport & Logistics horn of Africa cluster
Since July 2021, Ahmat Abdelkerim is the Managing Director of the Bolloré Transport & Logistics Horn of Africa cluster. He will be managing the business activities in three countries: Djibouti, Ethiopia and Eritrea. He has taken over from Patrick Gerenthon, who has moved on to perform other duties within Bolloré Transport & Logistics.
Puteaux. 08 July 2021.
Bolloré Logistics obtains multi-site "Distribution Best Practices" certification
Bolloré Logistics has obtained the certificate of conformity for the Distribution Best Practices (Bonnes Pratiques de Distribution (BPD) in French) for the transport of pharmaceutical products following an audit conducted by Bureau Veritas, world leader in certification. No less than 63 sites in each of the geographical areas covered by Bolloré Logistics (Europe, Asia-Pacific, the Americas, the Middle East, South Asia and Africa), strategically positioned at the crossroads of the international pharmaceutical trade, are concerned by this certification.
Puteaux. 07 July 2021.
Rashika Vijayakumar appointed country manager of Bolloré Logistics Qatar
Bolloré Logistics is pleased to announce the appointment of Rashika Vijayakumar as Country Manager of Bolloré Logistics Qatar, replacing Ken Hacquoil-Smith.
Puteaux. 01 July 2021.
Bolloré Logistics launches its "AIRsaf" offer
Bolloré Logistics announces the launch of AIRsaf, a new offer based on the use of SAF or sustainable aviation fuel to offer its customers the best eco-responsible approach to air freight by reducing carbon emissions by up to 80%.
Puteaux. 29 June 2021.
Bolloré Logistics consolidates its position in Fos-sur-Mer
Bolloré Logistics continues to invest in France to improve its logistics and commercial buildings and has announced plans to move its employees at the Fos-sur-Mer branch to a new 4,680 sq. m site. This new property enjoys a strategic location within a 70,000 sq. m logistics hub in the port area of Fos-sur-Mer and the Grand Port Maritime de Marseille, with easy access to the port and railway lines.
Puteaux. 24 June 2021.
Bolloré Logistics Chile inaugurates its new logistics distribution center
In January 2021, Bolloré Logistics Chile inaugurated its new logistics distribution center at the "Bodenor Flex Center", located in the Enea industrial park (Pudahuel community), 5 kilometers from Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport in Santiago de Chile.
Puteaux. 17 June 2021.
Bolloré Logistics appoints new Head of Humain Resources for the Americas
Bolloré Logistics announces today the appointment of Andrea Carrijo to the position of Head of Human Resources for the Americas.
Puteaux. 10 June 2021.
Bolloré Ports launches its "Green Terminal" label
Bolloré Ports, a leading operator of port terminals in Africa, Asia and the Americas, has justlaunched the "Green Terminal" certification process, which aims to reduce the carbon footprint of its activities by using a precise methodology that covers all environmental issues. A first in the port sector, this approach has been validated by Bureau Veritas, one of the world's leading companies in testing, inspection and certification.