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Nacala Logistics: “Investment in 200 Wagons Boosts Coal Transport”

Nacala Logistics: “Investment in 200 Wagons Boosts Coal Transport”

Nacala Logistics (NL), one of the pillars of Mozambique’s rail-port system, announced on Monday 1 April a significant increase in its fleet with the acquisition of 200 new HL6 wagons. This strategic investment, which reinforces the country’s logistics infrastructure, comes from a partnership with internationally renowned manufacturers – Qiqihar from China and JSPL Jindal Steel from India, as reported in the newspaper Notícias.

According to the report, the arrival of the first batch of 100 wagons at the Port of Nacala marks the beginning of a new phase for the company, as it expands its operational capacity in coal transport. “This reinforcement not only increases our logistical efficiency but also solidifies Nacala Logistics’ position as a benchmark in the coal trade in the southern African region,” said Albino Ganhana, NL’s Engineering Manager.

For his part, Efrem Dungdurg, Supply Manager, emphasised the relevance of this move for corporate growth: “The new assets represent a significant advance in cargo capacity and a promising growth prospect for the company.”


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