Mining & Energy
Russian energy companies considering projects in Mozambique — official
The fuel terminal in Beira port, in Sofala, central Mozambique, will return to service later this month.
Jan de Vries , managing director of Cornelder Mozambique, the concessionaire of the general cargo terminals in the port of Beira, says the company was working to replace infrastructure destroyed by Cyclone Idai, with the necessary raw materials due to arrive within days.
Completing the re-roofing of the 23,000 cubic metre warehouse was also in hand, he said.
Overall, the company’s efforts were focussed on ensuring that the hinterland countries using the Beira corridor would continue to prefer Mozambique for the handling of their loads, De Vries told the main users of Beira port at an investment conference in Blantyre, Malawi.
He said that the Mozambican government was in constant contact with the World Bank concerning the replacement of damaged infrastructure in the Beira corridor.Source: Rádio Moçambique
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