Thu, 15 Feb 2018 19:18 - Updated Thu, 15 Feb 2018 19:18
DRC train with ore bound for Porto of Lobito
Luena - An inaugural train carrying 50 containers of manganese from Kisenge and Katanga province in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), arrives on the February 19th in Luau bordering municipality, eastern Moxico province, Angola, Angop learned in Luena.
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Moxico : Estação do Ferroviário do Luau
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For the ore reception, the directorate of the Benguela Railway has already sent trains loaded with containers to pack and transport the manganese to Port of Lobito on the 20th for further commercialization.
This loading takes place after the conformation of the branch of the CFB to the cross-border rail bridge over Luau.
The CFB (Angola) and the National Society of the Congo Railways (SNCC) had to work to adjust the railway extensions because they were out of adjustment.
The provincial deputy governor for the political, social and economic affairs, Carlos Alberto Masseca, told Angop, by the way, that with the reopening of rail links between the CFB and CFC, conditions are being created to transform the province of Moxico in a large logistic warehouse.
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