Named 'Angola's City of the Century', and already under construction, the capital's most recent logistics center will have a surface area of 319 hectares - the equivalent of 300 football pitches. The first phase is expected to be completed in December this year, according to the president of CAC, Luís Cupenala.
Speaking to Angop, the person responsible also said that the project represents an investment of more than a billion dollars.
The 'City of the Century' is located on Via Expressa, on the opposite side of the 'City of China', and will be an infrastructure that will accommodate hundreds of ships, with the main purpose of housing warehouses closed as part of the reorganization of the commerce in Luanda, particularly in the São Paulo area.
It is recalled that the plan to reorganize commerce in the capital, implemented in June by the Provincial Government of Luanda, led to the closure of more than 300 warehouses in the urban area of the city.