|Name of port||Port of Praia|
|Management||Portos de Cabo Verde, Enapor|
|Port services||Docking and undocking, storage, bunkering, towing equipment etc.|
|Port equipment||35 ton crane, 60 ton trailer, 7 ton tractor, 45 ton forklift.|
|Business section||Oil and gas, energy, industrial logistics, port projects, renewables, pharmaceutical, hi-tech/telecom, automotive, mining and manufacturing.|
|Export opportunities||Processed fish, non-fillet frozen fish, non-knit men’s suits, footwear parts and knitted men’s undergarments.|
|Import opportunities||Refined petroleum, cement, cars, rice and concentrated milk.|
|Import origins||Portugal, Spain, China, France and the Netherlands.|
|Shipping lines||OT Africa Line|
|Borders||Cape Verde is an island and borders the Gambia, Mauritania and Senegal by sea.|
Multi-purpose, versatile and reliable, the port has infrastructure that ensures the operation of every type of vessel, from inter-island cargo traffic, to containerships and bulk carriers. It currently has two quays in an ‘L’ configuration, totalling 690 metres, at depths between 5 and 9 metres. It is designed and equipped to move a load volume of cargo that can reach up to one million tons per year. It is 55 metres long, 24.5 metres wide and has a 3-metre deep fishing pier, with a unit for fish treatment and trading. A passenger terminal of 146-metre length completes the berthing of the Port Praia infrastructure.
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