Cameroon: the new management team of the shipyard takes office
(Ecofin Agency) – Roland Maxime Aka’a Ndi and Webnjoh Abel Bobuin Bisiya are the new general manager and deputy general manager of the Shipyard and Industrial Cameroon. The tandem has wide experience of transport and will address this public company whose financial health is lackluster.
Roland Maxime Aka’a Ndi and Webnjoh Abel Bobuin Bisiya respectively CEO and Deputy CEO of Shipyard and Industrial of Cameroon (CNIC), were installed in their new positions on June 26 at the end of a board extraordinary administration chaired by the Minister of Transport, Jean Ernest Massena. The company was, indeed, without a director since April 25, 2020, date of death of Alfred Forgwei Mbeng, head of the company since 2014.
Before their appointment, Roland Maxime Aka’a Ndi was previously deputy general manager in the same company while Webnjoh Abel Bobuin Bisiya, senior engineer of aeronautics, occupied the chief function studies division, planning, programming and cooperation in Transport.
Now at the helm, the duo will have the difficult task of bringing the CNIC on track. We’re talking about an indebted company, budget-including the operating results hopelessly fall over the years, its news is now summarizing wage arrears and other employees of the mood of movements. The turnover of this public company has increased from 40 billion FCFA 10 years ago, about 3 billion CFA in recent years.
Established in February 1998, the CNIC’s mission repair and shipbuilding. It performs maintenance of oil facilities onshore / offshore, also rehabilitates oil platforms, provides industrial services and deep sea interventions with mobile teams.
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