The Port of Cabinda will this year have a passenger terminal to respond to requests from operators and service companies, particularly those linked to the oil industry, the chairman of the port’s management company said.
Nazareth Neto, chairman of the Port of Cabinda, said that conditions were in place to sign a contract with the central government with a view to sharing the cost of the terminal’s construction.
Cited by state newspaper Jornal de Angola, Neto did not specify a date for work to begin or the cost of the project.
The passenger terminal, according to Neto, is intended to improve mobility of people and goods from Cabinda province to the rest of the country. (macauhub)