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Ouagadougou Trucks Station

The Ouagadougou Bus Station (OUAGARINTER) is a terminal that aims to ensure a regular supply of people as well as the main sectors of the economy. The platform ensures serene and regular satisfaction of people's needs and the supply of inputs to national companies.

OUAGARINTER responds to several needs both for the interests of economic actors and consumers. It improves the security of goods, their traceability in import and export operations; and enhances transportation and storage security.

The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Burkina Faso began the construction work of Ouagarinter in 1979 and the first unloading took place on October 6, 1980.

Description of OUAGARINTER and services offered:

Located on an area of ​​26 hectares, OUAGARINTER houses the following facilities and equipment:

3 stores of 5,000 m2 surface, including two under-customs;
1 plaza of 28,800 m2 of surface;
offices on 2100 m2;
1 weighbridge capable of weighing trucks up to 100 tonnes;
maneuvering and parking areas (10,000 m2);

  • 1 container park built by partner TRCB;
    1 Hotel * * with 20 rooms and 5 bungalows (undergoing rehabilitation);
    1 scanner installed by the Inspection Board.
    The services offered to companies on the platform are storage, parking, weighing and the provision of rental buildings.

    Performance of Ouagarinter in 2018

    • 150 vehicles a day

    • More than 45,000 trucks weighed on the weighbridge

    • Over 11,000 TEU handled on the container yard

    • Nearly 1,500,000 tons of processed goods

    • More than 22,000 tons stored.

    Perspective

    Faced with some difficulties that OUAGARINTE encounters

    R (impossible extension, location in the heart of the city) and facing the growth of traffic, the dispersion of traffic on unimodal terminals, CCI-BF plans to create during the term of office 2016-2021, the first phase of the Multimodal Dry Port (Road, Air, Iron) of Ouagadougou.

    With a total cost of FCFA 78 billion, the multimodal dry port of Ouagadougou will have the following components:

    Component 1: Sub-customs area (22 ha)
    Component 2: Non-Customs Area (3.3 ha)
    Component 3: Commercial Area (1.6 ha)
    Component 4: Training Center (1 ha)
    Component 5: Industrial Free Zone (10 ha)
    Component 6: Hall for export of agricultural products (4 ha)
    The first phase is composed of the first 3 components.

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