The recent dredging to the Port of Maputo access channel, early this year, from -11 to 14.3 meters served as an enabler to other infrastructure projects, some already taking place at the Port. Terminal de Carvão da Matola (TCM) is the port’s first terminal to take fully advantage of the dredging initiative with its Berth […]
The first vessel to load almost 90,000 tons in the entire history of the port, leaving with a draft of 11.40 meters, departed on Thursday, December 1st. The MV Mineral Belgium, 289 meters long and 45 meters wide, is also the vessel with the most hatches to ever have docked in the port (a total […]
From the 1st of November, the Port of Maputo has started to offer bunkering services. The contract was signed on the 28th of October between the Maputo Port Development Company (MPDC) and a joint venture headed by Petromoc Bunkering. The port is now able to provide fuel and oil, not only to ships calling the […]
In the context of the current economic situation, Maputo Port Development Company (MPDC) and Kudumba Investments Lda have together initiated actions that aims to reduce the costs of using the Maputo Transport Corridor increasing, thus, its regional competitiveness and helping to reduce costs to local consumers. This partnership includes the reduction of tariffs applied to […]
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