Eiffage International wins project in Togo

30/06/2013
Eiffage International wins project in Togo

The international subsidiary of Eiffage Travaux Publics is to carry out the yard works for the modernisation and expansion project of the container terminal at the port of Lomé. The project was launched by Togo Terminal, a subsidiary of Bolloré Africa Logistics.

The works, assigned by Togo Terminal, will be carried out by a consortium, for which it will be acting as lead company alongside RMT Clemessy - a company specialised in electrical engineering and process automation and also a subsidiary of the Eiffage Group - and GER - a leading Togolese construction firm. The contract concerns roads, utilities and civil engineering works, electricity supply and buildings. It is valued at 26 million euros and comes with a deadline of 18 months.

This project will enable Eiffage to consolidate its position in West Africa, where its subsidiary Eiffage Sénégal, established since 1926, is also very active, and with RMT Clemessy heavily present in this part of Africa.

Its partnership with GER, leading local player, demonstrates the Group's commitment to successfully combining its own development with the economic development of the countries in which it operates.

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