The multifunction port of Ndayane is expected to make maritime, port and logistics activity a lever for sustained, sustainable and inclusive growth for Senegal. So, “This innovative project reconciles the fundamental aspects of modern port management and the creation of an industrial-port area, with: A multi-phase approach with the successive creation of a container terminal, a ro-ro terminal and multi-functional terminals; Reception of ships, including the latest generation container ships with 18-meter drafts capable of accommodating the latest generation ships; Speed in the treatment of ships and goods through operational innovation; Connection to the road and rail network to ensure the mass transport of goods; The creation of an integrated logistics area to add value to export products to the likes of Singapore and Rotterdam ’’, inform a note that has reached our writer. We learn that the top management of the PAD (Port of Dakar) proceeded to the project’s official launch to develop the Diagram Director of the Multifunction port of Ndayane. It occurred in the presence of JICA (Japan International Cooperation Agency) experts. According to the port’s communication bureau, the idea is to provide the infrastructure with a Master Plan commensurate with its development ambitions.
Originally appeared in La Vie Senegalaise