Port d’Owendo & Port Gentil, Gabon

Through its subsidiary Gabon Ports Management (GPM), Portek holds a 25-year concession (recently extended for a further 10 years until 2042). Through GPM’s activities in Gabon, Portek is proud to play an active role supporting the development of the port sector both in Owendo and Port Gentil. As an actor with a public service obligation, GPM supports the growth of various industries in Gabon, including fellow port operators in both the ports of Owendo and Port Gentil. Portek, via GPM, looks forward to playing its role in supporting the developmental goals of Gabon

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Another Milestone for Portek – MICT QC7 Refurbishment project

Portek has reached another milestone in performing crane refurbishment projects as one of the leaders in port equipment engineering works. We have just successfully completed QC7 refurbishment project at ICTSI (International Container Terminal Inc.) in Manila, Philippines.

Despite surging Covid cases in Manila, and some team members had gone down with the infection, our team had managed to brave the difficult situation, delivered the quality work to the satisfaction of the customer, and completed the project on-time. After the successful commissioning and the endurance test, we have conducted a technical training for the relevant personnel at MICT.

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Magerwa dry port (Rwanda)

Portek East Africa Terminals Limited acquired Rwanda’s main inland cargo handling facility located in the capital city of Kigali, Magerwa (MGR) in 2011. Operating multiple business units at key locations, the team have always endeavoured to be the premier warehousing service provider in the country.

MGR operates an integral part of Rwanda logistics and plays a key role in the country’s focus on developing re-exports to neighbouring country, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). With a multi cargo storage and handling facilities at the heart of Kigali, the Gikondo facility remains an optimal node point for businesses to store their cargo.

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Role of BMT in the region

Historically, Bejaia was a haven for the ships and overtime it turned into a prestigious merchant city. The port of Bejaia enjoys a privileged geographical situation. Being positioned in the heart of the western Mediterranean, and in the centre of the Algerian coast, it presents the economic originality, and a place of choice in the maritime roots.

Well-protected naturally, its’ harbour is one of the safest in the world. The city and the port have rail and road networks to all the cities in the country.

Located in the port of Bejaia, BMT (Bejaia Mediterranean Terminal) is jointly operated by the local Port Authority, Entreprise Portuaire De Bejaia (EPB) and Portek international Pte Ltd.

BMT is playing an important role in the region, seamlessly connecting and handling exports/imports for Morocco, Middle East countries, Africa, European Union countries, Non-EU countries, North America, South America countries, as well as Asian countries.

BMT shipping lines

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Valletta Gateway Terminals today

Portek holds a concession (jointly with the Tumas Group of Malta) to operate and manage the multi-purpose facilities at Malta’s Grand Harbour, through its subsidiary Valletta Gateway Terminals Ltd. Operations at VGT include RORO, containers, vehicles, conventional cargoes and cruise liners.

Through our investments in the terminals, VGT has constructed a passenger facility dedicated to serve daily sailings to Sicily, playing a key role in connecting Malta to the international market. VGT also invested in modern cargo handling equipment including a Quay Crane, RTGs and Reach-stackers

VGT is always looking for ways to contribute to the fight against climate change. Not only are we switching to sources of renewable energy, investing in photovoltaic panels allows VGT to generate electricity from renewable energy. Malta is blessed with sunny Mediterranean climate which makes photovoltaic panels an ideal candidate to harness the abundant sunlight. VGT operates 2 large cargo shed of around 9,000sqm at Deep Water Quay (DWQ) and although the roof slope and direction is not the perfect angle in terms of sun facing, the PV panels on the roof will still get significant amount of sun. The electricity generated will reduce our gross final energy consumption.

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