About Freetown Terminal

Freetown Terminal

Who we are

In October 2009, National Commission for Privatization (NCP) commenced a competitive bidding process to concession the container terminal at Queen Elizabeth II Quay. Bollore Transport and Logistics of which Freetown Terminal Limited is a subsidiary emerged as the successful bidder and eventually entered into a concession agreement with the government of Sierra Leone in 2010. That concession agreement gave the company 100% right to operate the container terminal. Since signing the concession agreement, there have been addendum geared towards amending relevant sections of which addendum number 4 signed in September of 2015, contained the development of a new berth, with a length of 270 meters and a drought or depth of 13 meters. The agreement also contained the installation of modern port equipment that includes 2 Ship to Shore cranes (STS) 4 Rubber Tire Gantry cranes (RTG) for effective operation at the port. Also in the addendum agreement, the government of Sierra Leone was made to be an equity owner of 20% shares in the company. For the construction of the 270 meters Berth costing $120 million, Bollore-Transport-Logistics through Freetown will operate the container terminal until 2041.

NICOLAS ESCALIN

General Manager

MAÏMOUNA DRAME

MAÏMOUNA DRAME

Finance Manager

ABUBAKARR SESAY

Chief of Operations

PATRICK SANNOH

PATRICK SANNOH

QHSE Manager

CLAURINDA MORGAN

HR Manager

SYLVAIN NDOUR

SYLVAIN NDOUR

Technical Manager

DARELL COKER

DARELL COKER

Terminal Analyst & Documentation Manager

GASSIMU S. FOFANA

Head of Communication & Public Relations