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To transport passengers and cargo through railway and to execute on-shore and off-shore port operations with safety, quality and efficiency.
Additional locomotives benefit CEAR
20 July 2016
The increase in tonnage also means there is a building of trust in our services at the moment from clients but at the same time there is general increase in the cargo on the corridor from Nacala to Malawi and Malawi to Nacala
Rehabilitation of Limbe – Lirangwe Railway line to be completed in July
15 June 2016
We are happy with the progress of the project that we have made despite the delays in terms of accessing some rehabilitating materials. We had planned to complete phase one in January early this year, but still we should be done with the project by July
CEAR sensitize nkaya community
12 June 2016
Blantyre, June 12: East African Railways (CEAR) in conjunction with Mota-Engil have sensitized communities at Nkaya in Balaka against theft and vandalism of railway materials with the on-going project of rehabilitating Nkaya Station.
CEAR Railways Training School
On Tuesday 02/08/16 CEAR presented Certificates to 24 Locomotive Drivers who have completed their 1 year long training at the Railways Training School. Congratulations!!!!!
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