The information was provided by Carlos Roll, commercial director of CFM, who announced that the launch will take place soon.
"We will soon launch regional trains, which are specific trains to support agriculture," he said, speaking to Rádio Nacional de Angola (RNA).
In terms of priority, according to the RNA, in the first phase, this will go through the routes that connect Matala/Tchamutete, Matala/Menongue and Matala/Lubango.
Carlos Roll explained that "at the main stations, where there is a greater volume of agricultural products", they will place "a wagon of merchandise to collect this material" and when it "is full, eventually, if it fills up on the same day, on the same day it get out of there", adding that "as it is daily you will be able to transport (...) these products from one point to another very easily and in a short space of time".
The person in charge also made it known that technical conditions are being created, and the company's board of directors is currently working to reinforce the material.
"We are creating technical conditions, so much so that the board of directors has been committed to this over the last 15 days. There is already light at the end of the tunnel, because we still need to have this material here, we have little, that's why we haven't started yet", explained the person responsible, in statements to RNA.
Carlos Roll also reiterated that "before the end of the year" they will have the "train in operation".