Matabel also said that the company “is focused on improving operational management, with a view to ensuring cost reduction and raising levels of customer confidence and continues to invest in strengthening and maintaining the infrastructure,” noting that it will continue to invest in the construction of more customs terminals in the country’s different corridors. “We will continue to invest in improving the interface at the port compound, which will allow for greater flexibility in the rotation of rolling stock, through the increase of receiving lines,” said Matabel quoted by Notícias.
The CFM Chairman explained that the company promotes the development, expansion and modernization of ports and national railroads, either through direct investments or partnerships.
Through three corridors, namely Maputo, Beira and Nacala, CFM serves the hinterland countries, namely South Africa, Eswatini and Zimbabwe, in the South; Zimbabwe, Malawi, Zambia and DR Congo in the Center, as well as Malawi and Zambia in the North. “Mozambique has the potential to become one of the region’s major logistics corridors in its relationship with the rest of the world.The critical factors justifying this potential are Mozambique’s geographic location, advantage of existing facilities, as well as, existence of resources,” he concluded.