Camrail Introduces An Electronic Ticketing Platform

Camrail, a subsidiary of the French group Bolloré Africa Logistics, has recently commissioned their new electronic ticketing platform for the Cameroonian rail service. Once testing has been...

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AfDB Approves €286 Million for the Cameroon Transport Sector

The African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved two loans totalling €282 million to support the financing of the second phase of a project aimed at developing the Cameroonian transport sector....

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Eseka Train Accident – Speed May Be The Cause

Following preliminary investigations into the fatal train accident at Eseka, Cameroon on 21 October, officials from Bolloré have indicated that the initial assumption that overcrowding may be the...

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Cameroon - National Day Of Mourning For Victims Of Train Accident

At midday on the 21 October, a passenger train carrying 1,300 people towards the town of Eseka, 120km west of the Cameroonian capital of Yaoundé, derailed resulting in hundreds injured and more than...

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Tender request for Multimodal Transport Project in Cameroon

The government of the Republic of the Cameroon has requested interested parties to submit tender applications for the supply and installation of a centralised, embedded signalling and traffic control...

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Grindrod in Cameroon

South African loco manufacturer Grindrod has opened an office in Cameroon. This follows the delivery of nine locomotives to Camrail, the Bolloré group concessionaire which operates railways in the...

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CAMEROON REFURBISHING

The 22nd ordinary session of Comifer, Cameroon’s inter-ministerial committee for railway infrastructure, met in Yaounde on 7 August 2015, for a progress report on projects. Minister of transport...

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INVESTMENT PLANS: CAMEROON

The first Cameroon Railway Investment Plan, PQ1, covered the period from 2009-December 2013. The project sourced FCFA 101 billion against contractual engagements of FCFA 103 billion, with financial...

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NEW LINES IN CAMEROON

In September 2010, Australia-based Sundance Resources Limited signed an MOU with China Harbour Engineering Co Ltd (CHEC) for construction of a new port near the southern border of Cameroon, able to...

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GRINDROD LOCOS FOR CAMEROON

Pretoria locomotive manufacturer Grindrod recently delivered two new diesel-electric locomotives to Camrail. A further two are expected at the port of Douala in May and four more before the end of...

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