Created by Decree No. 75/118 of January 21, 1975 and reorganized by Decree No. 98/311 of December 9, 1998, the National Council of Shippers of Cameroon ( CNCC ) is a public administrative establishment with legal personality and financial autonomy. Assist shippers throughout the transport chain and defend their interests in order to contribute to the promotion of international trade, these are the missions assigned to the National Shippers Council of Cameroon, your partner .
Nowadays, information plays a major role in our activities, which allows us to better appreciate the scope of our missions. Thus, this useful information for the transport of goods and international trade is considered to be a determining factor in the attractiveness of a country. This is the case of the website of the National Council of Shippers of Cameroon completely revamped. This update comes some time after the launch by the CNCC of another site, the electronic portal for information on foreign trade procedures in Cameroon, called Cameroon Trade Hub ( www.cameroon tradehub.cm) .
This shows how much information is at the center of the concerns of the National Council of Shippers of Cameroon in the context of carrying out its missions. Aware of this stake in commercial exchanges and in order to effectively ensure this mission of information with economic operators, importers and exporters, the National Council of Shippers of Cameroon regularly updates the content of its information website. ( www.cncc.cm ) in order to make its activities better known and inform in one click.
The General Management of the National Council of Shippers of Cameroon and all the staff are thus happy to welcome you to their website, the result of the appreciations, criticisms and suggestions of partners and visitors. With simpler and easier to navigate ergonomics, the revamped site now provides visitors with a more varied range of information on the institution, its services, its activities, its achievements and its projects for the benefit of shippers. The site offers visitors information on statistics, vessel movements and useful links.
For a decade, our activities have been constantly growing and significant investments for the benefit of shippers have been made and many others are in the works. Modestly, let us quote, the creation of new services, the opening of the CNCC Representation of Paris-France and regional branches in the port cities of Kribi and Limbé. Let us add the opening of offices in the international airports of Douala and Yaoundé Nsimalen for the establishment of the air BESC. In this progressive approach, let us recall the construction and operationalization of storage warehouses for goods at the ports of Douala, Kribi and Tiko as well as the commissioning of the Dibamba and Kribi Life Center soon followed by the commissioning of the center life of Kousseri.
All these achievements and many others in favor of shippers and the promotion of foreign trade make the CNCC a major player in the facilitation of trade both within the country and in the Central African sub-region.