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Cornelder Mozambique, a concessionaire company in the central port of Beira, plans to expand its customer base in Southern Africa, focusing on improving the services it provides, the company announced.
In order to mobilise more users to the port of Beira, the company held a meeting in the capital of Zimbabwe, Harare, bringing together more than 200 companies, Cornelder said in a statement.
“It was a very productive meeting, as many of the concerns that were raised were immediately answered,” the company’s managing director, Jan de Vries, is quoted to have said in the press statement.
Jan de Vries said that Zambia and Malawi are also priorities in Cornelder’s business expansion plan.
“We hope to hold more meetings of this nature in the future in other neighbouring countries such as Zambia and Malawi,” he added.
Cornelder Moçambique is a company comprised of a Dutch firm Cornelder BV, the public company Caminhos de Ferro de Moçambique (CFM) and private Mozambican investors.
In Mozambique, the concessionaire operates containers and general cargo terminals at the Beira port, one of the country’s most active ports.Source: Lusa
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