Business Center

The geo-strategic position and the quality infrastructure of the PAK provide for short, medium or long-term business opportunities. Potential investment activities can be implemented, namely the following:

  • Implantation of processing units and distribution centres offering as benefit reduced costs and logistics deadlines
  • Development of port services for vessels, for the operators and users of the port
  • Development of commercial activities (supply, long storing and warehousing, external bonded warehouses, vehicle fleet, insurance companies…)

  • Valorisation of primary activities (oil, petrochemical activities, steel and non-ferous metals, chemicals, grains, timber processing…)
  • Secondary activities (machinery and tools, transport, car assembly…)
  • Establishment of an import-export platform for products and setting of a traffic hub for shipowners
  • Shorter transit time more beneficial for the use of refrigerated containers
  • Delivery of direct B/L bound Chad and the Central African Republic
  • Direct lines and services with Europe
  • Better transit time with less stops
  • Intermodal solutions dedicated to Chad, the Central African Republic, Congo-Brazzaville and Gabon.