Recently, the Save River Bridge Project in Mozambique, constructed by CCCC's subsidiary CRBC, was officially opened to traffic. President Filipe Nyusi of Mozambique attended the inauguration ceremony.
Situated on the Save River at the border of Sofala Province and Inhambane Province, this project played a significant role in the local community. It not only involved the construction of a new bridge spanning 1,000 meters but also included the reinforcement, support restoration, road maintenance, and cable replacement of the existing 870-meter-long suspension bridge.
During the opening ceremony, President Nyusi officially named the new bridge the August 6th Bridge. He emphasized that the bridge's opening would significantly boost the development of the central region of Mozambique, contributing to local economic prosperity and social progress.
Throughout the construction phase, the project provided employment opportunities for nearly 1,700 local residents, fulfilling dreams of improved livelihoods for communities along the route. It also contributed to the local society by nurturing several skilled professionals. The inauguration of the bridge is expected to bring more job opportunities and developmental prospects to Mozambique.