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Lomé’s port, tripled container volume

Between 2013 and 2017, the number of twenty-foot equivalent unit (TEU) containers handled at Lomé’s port (PAL) almost tripled, from 311,470 to 1,193,841 (+283%). This was revealed by the 2017 report on official development assistance (RAPD2017), released last week in Lomé.

The report partly attributes this performance to the modernization of port structures and the purchase of new handling equipment, as well to the various measures implemented over the past years to boost maritime security.

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