26 August 2022.
Sitarail receives its new tamper to maintain the railway between Côte d’Ivoire and Burkina Faso
On 19 August 2022, SITARAIL took delivery at the Port of Abidjan of a new tamping-levelling-lining machine worth 2 billion CFA francs (more than €3 million), for maintenance on the railway between Côte d’Ivoire and Burkina Faso.
25 August 2022.
Bolloré Logistics completes acquisition of Lynair logistics, expands footprint in Australia
Sydney, Australia – Bolloré Logistics announced today that it has completed its acquisition of Lynair Logistics (“Lynair”) thereby expanding its footprint in Australia.
Puteaux. 24 August 2022.
Bolloré Logistics joins the shippers’ coalition for low carbon maritime transport
Bolloré Logistics announces that it joined the Shippers’ Coalition for Low Carbon Maritime Transport last July. This association represents shippers whose goal is to encourage the industrial use of alternative propulsion solutions, such as wind-assisted propulsion
Abidjan. 23 August 2022.
Port of abidjan has entered its final stage
The planned construction of the second container terminal at the port of abidjan has entered its final stage following the receipt of 6 stss and 7 rtgs
Puteaux. 18 August 2022.
Marc Sawaya appointed as CEO of Bolloré Logistics USA
Effective August 1, 2022, Marc Sawaya is appointed as Chief Executive Officer of Bolloré Logistics USA. He will report directly to Yves Laforgue, CEO of Bolloré Logistics for the Americas.
Puteaux. 11 August 2022.
Abidjan RO-RO Terminal (TERRA) awarded the "Green Terminal" label
In June 2022, Terminal Roulier d’Abidjan (TERRA), which provides of handling and activities related to ro-ro ships at the Port of Abidjan, received the “Green Terminal” label issued by Bureau Veritas. This attests to the significant reduction in the environmental impact of its activities.
Puteaux. 26 July 2022.
ASEAN confirms the strong attractiveness of Timor Port and its capacity to become a future regional hub
On Wednesday 20 July, the Deputy Minister of Economy and Industry, accompanied by the chairman of Timor port, the Secretary of Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and some thirty members of this organisation, visited the future port of Timor Leste located in the Tibar Bay.
Puteaux. 13 July 2022.
Bolloré Logistics Transports the Charon wheel for the 6th Nantes Maker Campus
Bolloré Logistics was commissioned by Les Machines de l’ile to transport Peter Hudson’s priceless work of art, the Charon wheel, from the Burning Man site in the United States to Nantes for the 6th annual Nantes Maker Campus. This operation was made possible thanks to the synergy achieved by Bolloré Logistics’ agencies in the United States and France.
Roissy / Puteaux. 13 July 2022.
Bolloré Logistics and Air France KLM Martinair Cargo extend and expand their sustainability partnership
On Monday 4 July, Bolloré Logistics and Air France KLM Martinair Cargo (AFKLMP Cargo) signed an agreement aimed at continuing and further expanding both parties’ sustainability partnership.
Puteaux. 06 July 2022.
Moroni Terminal embarks on a 5 billion Comorian franc investments programme
On Thursday 30 June 2022, the Union of the Comoros and Moroni Terminal signed the amendment to the concession agreement for the Port of Moroni container terminal.
Puteaux. 05 July 2022.
Bolloré Transport & Logistics Cameroon ships 18,000 tons of coton from the Port of Douala to India
On 2 July 2022, Bolloré Transport & Logistics Cameroon shipped 18,000 tons of cotton by conventional cargo handling from the Port of Douala on the vessel Asian Pearl. This cargo is intended to be exported to India. The Société de développement de coton (Sodecoton) and the Société cotonnière du Tchad (CotonTchad) - both specialising in cotton production - awarded this project through Olam Agri, a subsidiary of Olam International, which is one of the world’s largest groups in agri-business.
Puteaux. 29 June 2022.
Timor Port awarded EDGE 'Level 2 : Advanced' certification for Tibar Bay
Timor Port has obtained EDGE (Excellence in Design for Greater Efficiencies) ‘Level 2: Advanced’ certification for the Tibar Bay deep-water port concession. This certification, a part of Bolloré Ports’ Green Terminal label, covers all its buildings as well as some of its technical installations. It verifies the savings in energy (direct and embodied in materials) and water that will be achieved. In total, Timor Port will achieve more than 40 % savings in energy relating to the construction of infrastructure.
Puteaux. 28 June 2022.
Bolloré Logistics partners with IAG Cargo to purchase one million litres of sustainable aviation fuel
27 June 2022: IAG Cargo, the cargo division of International Airlines Group (IAG) reports that it has supported Bolloré Logistics to reduce its CO2 supply chain emissions by purchasing one million litres of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). The SAF will be delivered in to two shipments, in July 2022 and November 2022 and will reduce approximately 2,400 tonnes of CO2 on a net lifecycle basis.
Puteaux. 27 June 2022.
Bolloré Logistics continues its carbon offsetting programme for all LCL shipments
Bolloré Logistics continues to implement the carbon neutrality programme it launched in 2020 in order to offset all residual CO2 emissions produced by the LCL (less than container) shipments of its subsidiary TSL – specialised in maritime consolidation. This year, the company decided to commit to a sustainable energy project in China in partnership with First Climate. Since 2020, 26,000 tonnes of CO2 equivalent have been offset in partnership with various environmental organisations.
Puteaux. 20 June 2022.
Bolloré Transport & Logistics Senegal transports an outsize metal structure as par of the GTA project
In April this year, Bolloré Transport & Logistics Senegal shipped a large metal structure on behalf of Eiffage GC Marine Senegal as part of the Greater Tortue Ahmeyim (GTA) project.