Two evolutionary phases:
Congo Terminal is an entity in constant evolution. Engaged in the modernization of the port of Pointe-Noire, the Congo terminal project is spread over three evolutionary phases that eventually will make it the reference port in Central Africa.

Extension and development of the container terminal of Pointe-Noire
Phase 1: Quay G and Operating Buildings

Phase 2: Work on pier D

Congo Terminal in 2033

Capacities of terminal in 2010:

Dock, Docking & Storage Park
Linear quay: 530 meters
Draught at berth: 10.5 meters

Container yard Features:



  • Storage of 5 heights, RTG area
  • Total capacity: 26,810 TEU '
  • 2 Berths:
  • G1 250m
  • G2 / G3 280 m
  • 300 refrigerated taken: Storage 3 units for a total capacity of 1,638 TEU '

The Container Terminal of Pointe-Noire in 2009


Surfaces and buildings:

Container Terminal = 35.1 ha

Zone Input = 2.3 ha
Undeveloped area = 1.2 ha

Out terminal surfaces
Logistics area (concession) = 5 ha
Outer surface mineable = 1.4 ha
Surface hangars = about 0.6 ha





Weekly Traffic

Scheduled Ships


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