Paratus Mozambique opens office in Beira
Paratus Mozambique has announced the opening of a new office and point of presence (PoP) in Beira.
This is the company's second offshoot, after it opened an office in Nampula in October last year.
The Paratus Group offers ICT network solutions, fibre, and satellite connectivity across parts of Africa.
The Beira office opened last month, and Paratus reports that it has already signed up new clients.
The company claims the Beira office is a strategically significant development for both Paratus and the enterprises that use the Beira port and logistics corridor.
According to Rui Costa, country manager of Paratus Mozambique, the company's latest investment improves connectivity in the region.
He says: “Our focus in Mozambique is geared to providing the connectivity solutions that large industries – such as the logistics, oil, and gas sectors – need.
“Our investment in providing this new PoP in Beira will give customers always-on, high quality and secure connectivity, backed by multiple backbone connection options.
As Mozambique is increasingly being viewed as a crucial logistics hub for the SADC region, he views this as a key development. “This is an important strategic and vital expansion to our business – it is a major step in consolidating our network offering across Mozambique and beyond.”