OMA Togo

Established over 30 years ago, Togo is the longest standing OMA office.  Today OMA Togo is one of the leading agents in Lomé, one of the largest clients of the port and the number one tanker agency, handling some 80 tanker port calls a year.

Lomé

Zone Portuaire
09 BP 9224
Lomé 09
  • T +228 22 71 27 74 / 76
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We handle tanker vessels, dry-bulk vessels, marine support vessels, cruise vessels, navy vessels and offshore activities, act as liner agents for Hapag-Lloyd and deconsolidation agents for Saco Shipping.

Since 2010 we have offered logistics support services, managing our own bonded warehouse in the port zone, which allows us to provide fast and efficient customs clearance and deliveries, both on and offshore.

We have access to a fleet of launch and tug boats, owned by TOM (Togo Oil & Marine), that enables us to offer fast and efficient offshore services for vessels calling at Lomé or Kpeme ports. 

The port of Lomé is one of the best locations on the West Africa coast for transit traffic to hinterland countries, for which we offer transit clearance and transport services with preferential tariffs. We offer solutions for oil & gas, energy & infrastructure, project cargo, commercial cargo, temporary imports and LCL; by air, sea and road, including transit cargoes to Burkina Faso and Niger.

Togo waters are safely protected by the Navy. There is an anchorage and a waiting zone monitored 24 hours a day. We are able to offer full husbandry and delivery services for all vessels calling offshore and alongside in Togo.

OMA Togo is committed to the provision of high quality service and to achieve this, we have established an Integrated Management System based on ISO 9001:2008.

We are committed to conduct our business activities in a responsible, transparent and ethical way, and a TRACE certification process is undertaken every year.

 

 

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Key EconomicIndicators
Capital Lome
Population 7.3m (2015)
GDP $4.0 bn (2015)
Forecast GDP Growth 5.55 (2019)
Exports $1.2 billion (2016 est.)
Export commodities Re-exports, cotton, phosphates, coffee, cocoa
Imports $1.852 billion (2016 est.)
Import commodities Machinery & equipment, foodstuffs, petroleum products

[Source World Bank, CIA, Focus Economics]