In Cameroon, wood is a business. A business that Camwood, a wood processing company based on the outskirts of Yaoundé, is also familiar with. In order for the company to export its products to Europe, it invested in two industrial buildings, where wood species such as Bubinga, Iroko and Padouk are processed and stored.
All these tropic wood species appeal to the imagination, but the speed with which the project is implemented is equally amazing. Frisomat delivered the halls via the port of Douala. A local team subsequently assembled the buildings in less than 4 months. In a business where time is of the essence, timing should not be an issue. With its unique building system, Frisomat is known as the “sprinter” among industrial buildings.