Luanda - Air transport companies and travel agencies who operate passenger flights in contempt of the state of emergency rules announced by Angolan Government will be fined or get their licence impounded, the Transport Ministry says.More about this news
Luanda - Secil Marítima may launch, this year, the passenger transport service, with catamaran vessels, on the Luanda, Soyo and Cabinda route, announced today its financial administrator, João Martins.
Luanda - The Kin Lai company of the Nors Group has inaugurated Wednesday in Cacuaco district, Luanda, its sales line of Dongfeng brand trucks, ceremony led by the Minister of Commerce, Jofre Van-Dúnem.
Luanda - Trade Minister Jofre Van-Dúnem Wednesday challenged the Nors Group's Kin Lai company in Luanda to set up a Dongfeng truck assembly line in the near future to diversify the economy and boosting the national market.
Lobito - A 20 wagons train carrying 800 tons of cement departed last Friday from Lobito (Benguela) to Luena municipality, eastern Moxico province, on transit to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
Luanda - Eighty per cent of heavy vehicles on Angola's roads travel at twice the legislated amount of eight tonnes per axle, an increase considered destructive to the pavement.
Luanda - The tractors assembly factory, which might begin operations this month at the Special Economic Zone (ZEE), will enable to reduce the prices of such equipment in the Angolan market, the Agriculture and Forest minister, Antonio Francisco de Assis, said on Thursday.
Luanda - The minister of Transport, Ricardo de Abreu, announced last Wednesday, in Luanda, that studies for the conception of Luanda's surface railway transportation are concluded.
Luanda - Angolan Airlines (TAAG) will be flying to Lagos, Nigeria, as from October this year, in the framework of its intended strengthened presence and expansion in Africa, said on Monday the Chief Executive Officer of the company, Rui Carreira.