"We are making final arrangements with our partners in this project and soon we will be able to move forward. But everything indicates that it will not be beyond the 1st quarter of next year", revealed Manuel Santos, logistics director of the company All Trans, in statements to Angop.
The official explained that this transit terminal will handle goods from agents from countries in Africa, Asia and Europe, as part of the implementation of the free trade zone in Africa.
Quoted by Angop, Manuel Santos, who did not reveal the specific amount of the investment, indicated that the initiative will allow the goods, even if the customs procedures have not been completed, to leave the port for the customs park and, later, go to their final destination.
For the company's logistics director, the idea of this terminal is to provide economic operators with a place where they can store their merchandise while the formalities with the authorities are being processed.
The official also informed that All Trans is in the process of being certified to be an authorized economic operator, and that it has already established agreements with companies in the transport sector, such as Luanda Logistics and Transioran.