Starch Transport Africa to Destination Port

Trans­port from the cen­ter of an African coun­try to the port of des­ti­na­tion is no triv­ial task. For­tu­nate­ly for CAPLINQ, Gabon is a coun­try with many nat­ur­al resources, so some lev­el of infra­struc­ture has already been estab­lished. This is of sig­nif­i­cant impor­tance to the Food-Grade Native Tapi­o­ca Starch project in Gabon, Africa since con­struc­tion of this infra­struc­ture from scratch would make this project cost prohibitive.

CAPLINQ and ANK Gabon have part­nered with an exist­ing pri­vate Man­ganese-extrac­tion com­pa­ny that has already expand­ed the exist­ing rail­way sys­tem from the cen­ter of Gabon to the port where the goods are loaded on the car­go ships.

Sum­ma­riz­ing the trav­el route, the cas­sa­va roots are extract­ed in the field in Lekoni, Gabon. They are trans­port­ed with trac­tors to the fac­to­ry that is cen­tral­ly locat­ed with­in 15 kilo­me­ters of the fields where the roots are trans­formed into food-grade tapi­o­ca starch. From here, the native starch is loaded into conatin­ers and brought by truck to Franceville where they are loaded onto train cars. The train cov­ers the largest dis­tance, mov­ing the goods right to the port in Libre­ville where they are then loaded on the car­go ships and shipped to the cus­tomers’ des­ti­na­tion port.

By click­ing on the image below, you will see the detailed trav­el route used to extract the native food-grade tapi­o­ca starch from Lekoni, Gabon to the port in Libreville.

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About Chris Perabo

Chris is an energetic and enthusiastic engineer and entrepreneur. He is always interested in taking highly technical subjects and distilling these to their essence so that even the layman can understand. He loves to get into the technical details of an issue and then understand how it can be useful for specific customers and applications. Chris is currently the Director of Business Development at CAPLINQ.

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