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MOZBUILD signs Protocol with FME

The signature of the Protocol of Cooperation between MOZBUILD and the Mozambican Federation of Contractors took place on 4th March, being the institutions represented by Gregório Marcelino, Executive Director of FME and António Leal de Oliveira, General Manager of Mozbuild.

FME is a non-profit association of Mozambican law established in 2005 to represent and defend the interests of the national industry of construction and national contractors, having as members the contractor’s associations of all the provinces and Maputo city. Among other counterparts, this protocol was conceived for the disclosure of the portal Mozbuild to all entities operating in the area of construction in Mozambique and to provide especial conditions of insertion and advertisement in Mozbuild to the FME associates.

Mozambican minister names priorities for building infrastructure

The Mozambican government will this year spend at least US$11.6 billion on the construction of new infrastructure, such as railways, roads, bridges and airports, said recently the Minister for Transport and Communication of Mozambique.

Minister Carlos Mesquita, cited by Mozambican daily newspaper Notícias, said that Mozambique will need an additional US$2.2 billion to pay for the maintenance and expansion of existing infrastructure.

Among the government’s priorities for 2016, the minister mentioned in the rail and port sector the completion of reconstruction and commissioning of the Cuamba-Lichinga line, the start of operations at the port of Nacala-a-Velha and in early August the second phase of the modernisation works of the port of Nacala.

The list of priorities include completion of the expansion project of the Sena railway, from 6.5 million tons of cargo per year to 20 million, completion of the study for reconstruction of the Machipanda line and completion in December of construction of the Boane railway bridge.