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Wed, 27 Dec 2017 11:54 - Updated Wed, 27 Dec 2017 11:54

Cargo handling increases in Cabinda Port

Cabinda - The Cabinda Port handled more than 260,392 tonnes of cargo and over 10,253 containers throughout the current year, ANGOP learnt on Monday.

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Cabinda port company headquarters

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The data were released on the sidelines of the presentation ceremony of the new CEO of the port, Samuel Sambo.

In 2016, the port handled over 254, 7 60 tonnes and more than 11,672  containers.

Concerning ships activities along the year, 125 Oil tankers and 190 medium-sized vessels docked at the Cabinda Port.

The new CEO said, on the occasion, that team work will be his main focus for the success of the company.

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