Luanda – The CEO of the Commercial Port of Luanda, Sílvio Vinhas, guaranteed this Thursday in Luanda that the creation of logistics centres for handling port merchandises will held clearing ships from the coast and containers on the ground.
The manager assured this whilst responding to questions by participants of the 4th cycle of conferences on the efficiency and usefulness in the public entrepreneurial sector, which was organised by the National School of Administration (ENAD).
In these discussions designed for sea and road transportation firms, namely the Luanda Port and the Urban Collective Transport Firm of Luanda (TCUL), Sílvio Vinhas stated that the creation of these infrastructures started with the construction of the Dry Port of Viana, in 2006.
He added that in a short term more dry ports shall be created, from which one large scale in Cacuaco district, one in Viana and another in the Petrangol area, in order to relieve the pressure within the Luanda Port.
In terms of efficiency and usefulness, Sílvio Vinhas referred that ships moor more often than expected at the aforementioned harbour and overcrowding hinders the clearing of merchandise and their delivery to clients within the established deadlines.
During the sessions of the cycle of conferences, the director general of TCUL, José Mário Silva, explained that the firm received new buses that will grant better quality services to citizens.