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Project Brief - The Lomé Container Terminal
Construction of a new container terminal within the existing port of Lomé, Togo (the “Terminal” or the “Project”) that will be used for both transshipment and inward goods. The major components are: (i) constructing a 1,050 meter quay on the northern side of the newly port basin; (ii) dredging along the quays, access channel and turning basin to 16 meters (from the current depth of approximately 14 meters); (iii) purchasing and installing equipment, including 10 ship-to-shore and 17 rubber-tired gantry cranes; and (iv) developing 53 hectares of terminal area and container yard. Upon completion, the Terminal is expected to have an estimated handling capacity of up to 1.5 million twenty foot equivalent unit (“TEU”) moves per annum.