CAMEROON NATIONAL
SHIPPERS' COUNCIL

Information

Practical information on transport and international trade put at the disposal of shippers and other partners.

Training

Designing and offering training specialized modules periodically for shippers and other transport sector players.

Assistance

Counselling, guiding and supporting shippers in their import-export activities in order to improve their performance.

Facilitation

A lot of logistics infrastructure is being developed to ease the flow of goods at borders and along transit corridors.

Lastest News

June
27

EVOLUTION OF INTRA-AFRICAN TRADE

The 29th edition of the Afreximbank Annual Meeting which took place on 17 and 18 June 2022 in New Cairo, Egypt, brought together a number of participants from across Africa and the world. The meeting revealed encouraging statistics on intra-African trade...
June
27

Implementation of the import substitution measure

On 14 June 2022, the Prime Minister and Head of Government, Dr Joseph Dion Ngute, addressed members of parliament at the National Assembly. It was an opportunity for him to respond to concerns raised by parliamentarians on issues of general interest,...
June
22

The Cameroon National Shippers’ Council (CNSC) at the Commonwealth Business Forum in Kigali

Mr. Auguste Mbappe Penda, CNSC General Manager and Vice-chair of the MINREX/CNSC platform for the implementation and monitoring of the strategic institutional partnership between the CNSC and the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council, is a key...

Accommodation Centres

Infrastructure put in place to ease traffic flow along the corridors.

Statistics

Analysis of recent trends in international trade.

Warehouses

Facilities put in place to ease the movement of goods at borders.

Seminars

Specialised training modules for shippers.

Transport Observatory

Monitoring multimodal goods transport chain.

Cameroon Trade Hub

External trade procedures in Cameroon.