About GSEZ

Gabon Special Economic Zone (GSEZ) started in 2010 as a joint venture between Olam International Ltd., the Republic of Gabon, and Africa Finance Corporation with a mandate to develop infrastructure, enhance industrial competitiveness and build a business-friendly ecosystem in Gabon.

The SEZ offers a unique fiscal status which provides a stable and competitive economic climate for companies intending to settle. Presently, the zone is home to more than 141 investors coming from 18 different countries.

Gabon Special Economic Zone is rapidly emerging as West Central Africa’s manufacturing hub.

Business Units

Special Economic Zone (SEZ)

A multi-sectorial industrial park of 1,126 hectares. First phase of 550 ha is already operational

New Owendo International Port

A multi purpose port with general handling cargo terminal of a capacity of 3 million tons per annum

Mineral Port

A mineral port terminal with a handling capacity of 10 million tonnes per annum developed over 45 hectares of reclaimed land


Libreville’s Leon Mba International Airport is Gabon's largest airport. GSEZ Airport is constructing a new airport which is scheduled to start operations in 2022

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