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  • Gabon

8 July 2024 | 14:50

AGL Gabon strengthens its operational capacities with the acquisition of new equipment

AGL Gabon has acquired a series of new equipment as part of the strengthening of its operational capacities in Haut-Ogooué. These new features include new pick-ups, a loader wagon, two trailers and two trucks.

After the acquisition in 2021 of around twenty trailers and 3 additional axles, this new acquisition supports the company’s progressive development approach, and consolidates its commitment to providing quality services to stimulate the local economy. With a total value of 153,000,000 FCFA ≈ 233,000 euros, these investments also aim to increase AGL Gabon’s delivery volumes, particularly in water and sugar.

Equipped with state-of-the-art technology, these machines are specifically designed for transport in difficult conditions, ensuring optimal performance on any type of construction site. In addition, the arrival of these machines will allow the company to consolidate its responsible initiatives, reducing the environmental impact of its operations, thanks to a fleet of more energy-efficient equipment.

«We are convinced that this reinforcement of equipment will consolidate our position in the market and help support our relationships with our customers by offering them high-performance and scalable services. This new equipment will allow us to increase our delivery volumes and offer better responsiveness to our customers. » Patrick GERENTHON, Managing Director of AGL Gabon

With this new acquisition, AGL Gabon in Franceville now has 39 trailers, 14 trucks and 02 loader wagons, strengthening its ability to meet the varied logistics needs in the region.

About AGL Gabon

AGL provides port handling, maritime consignment, transit logistics and customs commission services through its 1,100 employees in Gabon. We offer our customers a local service, a perfect knowledge of the markets and a mastery of end-to-end operations of the supply chain. AGL is committed to working alongside government and port authorities to combat the high cost of living and contribute to Gabon’s economic and social growth, in particular with an active policy of support for the population and actions oriented towards young people.


Press contact:

Aimée Pascaline MOUGOULA – Head of Communication & CSR Department – AGL Gabon aimeepascaline.mougoula@oct-gabon.com – T +241 62 30 40 86 / +241 11 70 95 00 / +241 11 79 41 00

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