Passing away of MPDC’s Chairman, Capt. Dave Rennie

It is with great sadness and deep regret that we inform you of the passing away of the chairman of Maputo Port Development Company, Captain Dave Rennie, on Friday 12th September 2014, in Durban. Capt. Dave Rennie was not only our Chairman, he was an inspiring leader and a dear friend to all workers at […]

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Maintenance dredging to the Port of Maputo to begin in a month

A maintenance dredging to the Port of Maputo quays is scheduled to begin in a months’ time, using TNPA’s brand new dredging vessel Italeni. This campaign will ensure that all quays are returned to their designed depth. The contract for the dredging was signed on Wednesday, 3rd of September, at the Port of Durban, South […]

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Maputo port supports fourth edition of Morejazz festival

The Port of Maputo will become the first port in Mozambique to host a music festival, to receive Morejazz Series which is now in its fourth edition. It is an initiative of More Promotions Ltd, supported by the Port of Maputo, in line with the strategy of the port to promote greater integration with the […]

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Portus Indico acquires TCM-Terminal de Cabotagem de Maputo, S.A. (Mozambique Cabotage Terminal)

Portus Indico, the major shareholder of the Maputo Port Development Company (MPDC), has acquired the Mozambique Cabotage Terminal (TCM) by purchasing 70% of Navique’s shares. Navique’s shareholding structure is now 70% Portus Indico, 20% IGEPE and 10% Focus21. On its turn, Navique has 51% of TCM; the remaining 49% of the shares remain with the […]

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Maputo City

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