From inception in Yaoundé in 1923, industrial activity has progressively been implanted in all the central and peripheral urban space. Such spatial evolution transforms the town of Yaoundé into some form of industrial region with a significant incidence of on the production of manufactured goods. This leads to a spatial expansion of the town of Yaoundé whose consequences are seen on the location of industrial establishments and the movement of labour force. In effect, the 112 industrial establishments with more than 20 workers in the industrial region of Yaoundé in 2013 are disparate in the urban and suburban space. They animate the daily life of urban duellers dwellers through diverse movements and trade.