In a statement, to which VerAngola had access, the company informs that in the 'Voltas' service the number of new vehicles increased (through a process of direct importation from Japan).
According to the company, this service "had an aging fleet". However, he clarifies that the old vehicles will remain "with reinforcement of the new ones".
Thus, the note also adds, "35 units are planned for 'Voltas'", with the introduction to be "gradual depending on demand and flow" from the passenger terminals.
In turn, in the 'Express Lobito-Benguela' service, Rosalina Express introduced articulated buses, purchased through a tender.
The operator also informs that they have rehabilitated the Africano passenger terminal in Lobito, "making it more comfortable" and that they will "increase the number of seats".
Regarding the new routes, the communiqué states that in Catumbela the company has introduced "a new line that connects the University Pole".
"In terms of inter-municipal mobility, we introduced two connections between Benguela and Cubal, Balombo and Lobito", and "both connections are infrastructured with passenger terminals", says the note.