Cameroon – Transport: The Cameroonian consortium KPMO accused Necotrans of having hegemonic designs on the multipurpose terminal of the port of Kribi

Written by kmerteam

After the alliance that enabled them to win the concession agreement for the management of the multipurpose terminal in the port of Kribi, in the South region of Cameroon, it is no more the honeymoon between the Cameroonian consortium KPMO and french operator Necotrans.

In a letter addressed to the Cameroonian administrative, KPMO, consortium of nine operators who claim cumulatively more than 50% of transactions in the port area of Douala, the economic capital; denounces an attempt to dislocation of the consortium by the Necotrans partner for hegemonic purposes.

Indeed, while the consortium agreement signed between the two parties in 2013 provides that Necotrans control 51% of the assets of the multipurpose terminal management company of the port of Kribi, against 49% for the Cameroonian consortium KPMO; the French partner would have entered into negotiations with the consortium members in private, to cause a dislocation of the group.

However, “this strategic evolution of leadership for obvious hegemony reasons is rejected by all the members of KMPO, who recognized the danger hanging over their heads,” entrusted to the Economie daily members of the consortium, who are now turning to arbitration by the Cameroonian government.

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