Home Breaking news AFRICA FRANCE 25/04/2017 Exclusive. The companies that want to buy Necotrans French maritime and ports logistics operator Necotrans, which has been up for sale for several weeks (see our special report [...] (205 words) This article may be accessed by subscribers and e-wallet holders (EUR 6) Log in to read more Already have an account? Log in Keep me logged in Forgot your password? OK Subscribe toAfrica IntelligenceorPay-Per-Article E-wallet starting from 30 EUR Subscribe or Pay-Per-Article Discover our offers Not reader yet?Create an account to access our FREE SECTION A free issue A selection of articles New editions' summaries Keyword notifications to follow people or topics of interest to you A free issue and a selection of free articles Summaries and email notifications Keep me logged in Create a free account On the same subject WEST AFRICA 30/01/2019 Sophie Talbot, a new plaintiff in the Vincent Bollore affair Have acted as the administrator of Necotrans until the liquidation [...] GABON 25/04/2018 Eiffage set to partner Olam at Libreville airport? Now that its subsidiary Gabon Special Economic Zone (GSEZ) has [...] GABON 22/11/2017 Olam launches its big transport offensive The Singaporean company's diversification, spearheaded by Gagan Gupta, will reinforce its dominant position in the country. [...] Breaking news FRANCE 20/06/2017 Necotrans sets off again into the unknown after turning down Olam bid French maritime services group Necotrans has rejected the bid it received from Singapore's Olam group in early June (WAN 751, [...] Breaking news FRANCE 05/06/2017 Olam group makes an offer for Necotrans French maritime services group Necotrans, which has been up for sale for several months under the supervision of merchant bank [...] DRC GUINEA 23/05/2017 Necotrans sheds ports but holds on to mines French group Necotrans’ asset shedding may be restricted to its port activities and exclude mining services firm NB Mining, purchased by the group in 2015. [...] Special report AFRICA FRANCE 24/01/2017 How major African port operator Necotrans was brought to its knees Family-style management, inopportune development projects, stronger competition in the oil logistics sector and a sharp fall in raw material prices. All these factors contributed to the grave financial difficulty in [...] AFRICA FRANCE 18/01/2017 Wiltzer leaves Necotrans Pierre Andre Wiltzer– alias PAW - left his job as [...] Breaking news AFRICA FRANCE 09/01/2017 Necotrans prepares to put itself up for sale According to West Africa Newsletter's exclusive information, the Necotrans logistics group has instructed investment bank Rothschild to find it a [...] GABON 30/11/2016 Necotrans still under financial pressure Saddled with debt, Necotrans will have to wait a bit [...] GABON 08/11/2016 Olam set on luring Comilog’s manganese to its new terminal Olam is to launch its new mining terminal at Owendo in mid-2017, and wants the facility to handle Comilog’s manganese. [...] GABON 19/10/2016 Necotrans sells assets to raise cash Major financial problems force the French maritime group to pull out of container port company. [...] EAST AFRICA 29/07/2016 Necotrans moves westwards The French logistics concern Necotrans is gradually pulling out of [...] Receive prompts for these topics Abraaj Group Ali Bongo Bolloré Gagan Gupta Necotrans Olam Societe des Terminaux de Conteneurs du Gabon Tanger Med Group SA Create a freenotification What is a notification?