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Wed, 14 Feb 2018 18:08 - Updated Wed, 14 Feb 2018 18:07

Benguela: Former Lobito Commercial Port CEO dies

Lobito - The former CEO of Lobito Commercial Port based in coastal Benguela province, Anapaz de Jesus Neto, died of illness on Tuesday in Johannesburg, South Africa, Angop learned Wednesday.

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In support of his achievements, the Board of Directors of Lobito Commercial Port addresses the bereaved family with the deepest feelings.

Angop learned from the Lobito Port Communications and Image Office that the man who died served as Chairman of the Board of Directors of Lobito Port Company from September 2013 to December last year.

It was at his consulate that one of the phases of the dry port, the container terminal, the ore port, as well as the modernization and extension of the mooring berth of ships were inaugurated, from six to eleven, projects that this year will end when the port receive 20 large ships simultaneously.

Before that, the deceased joined the Transport sector of Porto Lobito on June 9, 2010 and, by presidential decree, number 101/10, was appointed to the administration of the Human Resources Area.

Anapaz de Jesus Neto was also a member of the Committee on Economy and Finance of the National Assembly from 1993 to 1997, a member of the Energy and Petroleum Committee of the People's Assembly in the Industry Branch.

He was a consultant at Açucareira, between 1993 and 1995, and director of "EMACEL", an electrical accumulator factory in Benguela.

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