Bolloré Transport & Logistics

Company description

Bolloré Logistics is one of the five leading groups in Europe in transport organisation and logistics. With a presence on the five continents, (600 agencies in 99 countries and more than 10,000 employees).

Bolloré Transport & Logistics has four business lines, each with its own expertise:

  1. Bolloré Ports, specialized in port concessions, traditional cargo handling and acting as a shipping agent;
  2. Bolloré Logistics, global leader in supply chain management, provides a wide range of services in  Multimodal Transport, Customs and Regulatory Compliance, Logistics, Global Supply Chain, Industrial Projects;
  3. Bolloré Energy, major actor of petroleum distribution and logistics in France and Europe;
  4. Bolloré Railways, specialized in construction and exploitation of railways on the african continent.

From July 1st 2016, all the African transport and logistics entities of the Bolloré Group changed their name to become Bolloré Transport & Logistics. 

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Company details

31-32, quai de Dion Bouton 92811 Puteaux, Paris, France

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Company updates

  • January 14, 2019

    PPP contract for Ibom Deep Seaport to be signed in April

    The Ibom Deep Seaport project in Nigeria is expected to reach commercial close by April 2019. The US$2.5 billion project will be developed through a public-private partnerships (PPP) investment scheme...

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  • November 16, 2018

    French-Chinese consortium selected to develop US$4.2 billion port PPP in Nigeria

    A consortium of Bolloré Africa Logistics and PowerChina International Group has been named the preferred bidder for the Ibom Deep Seaport Project (IDSP) in Nigeria. This involves the developmen...

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  • June 20, 2018

    Meridian Port Services draws down US$100 million IFC financing for port expansion in Ghana

    Meridian Port Services (MPS), the joint venture between Bolloré Transport & Logistics, APM Terminals and the Government of Ghana through the Ghana Ports and Harbors Authority (GPHA), has dr...

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  • July 20, 2016

    Philippine Government to review Davao port PPP

    The Government of Philippines will review the development of the Davao Sasa Port in Philippines PPP project. This could carry further delays in its implementation. The total cost of the proj...

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  • July 07, 2016

    Bollore signs port concession in Timor Leste

    On Friday, June 3, took place the official signing ceremony of the concession contract for the new port of Tibar Bay, between Bolloré Transport & Logistics and the State of Timor Leste, in...

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  • June 08, 2016

    Tax waiver for Tema port PPP

    The Government of Ghana has approved a US$832 million tax waiver granted to Meridian Port Services for the Tema Port expansion project. The total project investment is estimated at US$1...

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  • February 03, 2016

    Bollore wins Tibar bay port PPP project

    The firm beat out competition from three other shortlisted companies: International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI), Mota-Engil - Ambiente e Serviço, SGPS, S.A....

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  • January 26, 2016

    Bidder withdraws from Philippine port PPP tender

    The Private-Public Partnership (PPP) Center of the Philippines has confirmed that the team composed of Portek International Pte. Ltd. and National Marine Corp. has withdrawn from t...

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  • January 07, 2016

    Philippines moves deadline for Davao port PPP

    The Philippines Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) has given potential bidders more time to prepare offers for the Davao Sasa Port Modernization PPP project.

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  • November 18, 2015

    Bollore Logistics prepares listing of west african rail MegaProject

    According to sources, Goldman Sachs, BNP Paribas, Societe Generale and Credit Agricole have been mandated to start work for the potential listing of the project. It is expected that the initial public...

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