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Port of Luanda (Largest Angolan Seaport)

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Syllabus of the Subject

70% of foreign trade of Angola. Port of Luanda. Access to Zambia and the DR Congo

  1. Introduction to the Port of Luanda (Angola)
  2. Main features of the Port of Luanda
  3. Access to Zambia and the DR Congo

Port of Luanda
Port of Luanda (Angola)

Transport and Logistics in Africa. Corridors, ports

Maritime Transport in Africa (Central African Ports).

African Ports, Online Logistics

Online Diploma: Business in Central Africa

The Port of Luanda is the largest Angolan port (the second is the Port of Lobito).

  1. 70% of the Angolan Foreign Trade (petroleum not included)
  2. 14 million tones
  3. Access to the DR Congo (Katanga) and Zambia (the copper corridor)
  4. Top exports from the Port of Luanda: liquid and dry bulk, general cargo
  5. Island of Nossa Senhora do Cabo is the natural shelter of the Port of Luanda
  6. Main regulatory body of the Port of Luanda: Empresa Portuaria de Luanda
  7. The Port of Luanda has four terminals: General, Containers (SOGESTER), Multipurpose (Unicargas) and Sonangol Integrated Logistics Services, joint venture between Sonangol and Intels)
  8. Eleven warehouses
  9. Port Improvement (55 million dollars)
  10. Petroleum Service Centre (SONILS)
  11. Location of the Port of Luanada: Atlantic Coast (Central Africa)

More information about Angola (EENI African Business Portal).

  1. Transport in Angola
  2. Huambo, Benguela, Lobito
  3. Kuito, Lubango, Cabinda

The Port of Luanda belongs to the Central African Economic Area.

African Regional Economic Communities:

  1. Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS)
  2. Southern African Development Community (SADC)

Trans-African Roads related to the Port of Luanda:

  1. Beira -Lobito Corridor
  2. Tripoli-Windhoek Corridor
  3. Access to the Lobito Corridor

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