25 November 2012

Angola: Ambuim Harbour's Captaincy Trains Staff for Emergencies

Luanda — The Captaincy of Ambuim Harbour, in Kwanza Sul province, is working on the improvement of the technical and technological means, as well as the training of its staff to respond quickly to emergency issues.

This challenge was unveiled on Saturday, in Luanda, by the head of shift at the International Transport and Logistics Fair of Angola 2012, Victor Jesus of Matthew.

He stated that for a better maritime control, the captaincy is developing and acquiring technical and technological means, and training its staff so as to grant a quick response to emergencies, whenever and wherever the institution is requested to intervene.

The official explained that the captaincy is a body linked to the Ministry of Transport and to the Maritime Port Institute of Angola, and its function is to legalise and test sailors before heading to the sea.

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