MTI Logistics, alongside its shipping subsidiary Gulf Agency Services (GAS), supported the unloading of a ferry in Djibouti.
The Mohamed Ali Gadileh ferry will provide maritime links between Djibouti City and the two main cities in the north: Tadjoura and Obock. Built in Japan, it is a donation that forms part of the Djibouti-Japanese cooperation.
Measuring 50 m long and weighing 435 tonnes, the ferry was offloaded from the multipurpose vessel BBC Kibo. After two days of preparation, launching the ferry took more than four hours.
MTI Logistics coordinated the ferry unloading operations with the port authority, the port of Djibouti SA teams, as well as with a Japanese delegation who came to Djibouti especially for this event.
MTI Logistics is a member of the Project Cargo Network (PCN).