The country is the world's largest cocoa producer and ranks first in Africa for several other agricultural export products (rubber, cashew nuts, cotton, coffee, oil palm, bananas, pineapple, and cola).
With an average annual growth rate of 8.6% since 2012, Côte d'Ivoire aims to become an emerging economy by 2020.
Created in 1959, Bolloré Logistics Côte d'Ivoire now has six agencies throughout the country: Abidjan, San Pedro and Bouaké as well as locations in the cities of Noé, Ferkessédougou and Ouangolodougou in order to support economic operators in their logistics for border countries including those of the hinterland (Mali, Burkina Faso and Niger).
Through the mastery of multimodal end-to-end logistics solutions (rail, road, air, and sea) we have been providing our expertise, experience and know-how to support our customers in their transit, customs clearance, commodity solutions, value-added storage and land transport and oversized packages.
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Our investments in equipment and innovations enable our teams to offer tailor-made logistics solutions that meet our customers' specific needs.
In this context, we offer solutions adapted to many sectors of activity including mining, oil and gas, industrial and infrastructure development, automotive, health, distribution, food, cosmetics, telecommunications, consumer goods, export of agricultural raw materials, humanitarian aid and relief...
In addition, Bolloré Logistics Côte d'Ivoire is certified ISO 9001:2008, ICMI, AEO and TAPA TSR 2017.
1. Operations carried out at the cocoa warehouse in Abidjan.
2. Cotton loading operations inside a container.
3. Port handling operation at the container terminal of Abidjan.
4. Value-added warehouse in Abidjan.