Minister of Transports and Communication does first work visit to the Port of Maputo

The Minister of Transports and Communication, Carlos Mesquita, has visited the Port of Maputo on the 11th of May 2015. His first official work visit to the Port had the objective of seeing the expansion and rehabilitation works done at the port in the last two years, as well as getting an insight on the […]

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Port of Maputo offers school desks in Chokwe

MPDC, in partnership with the Ministry of Education and Human Development (MINEDH), offered on May 7, 150 desks to the Primary School 5º Bairro in Chokwe, Gaza province. The 150 double-seater school desks are part of a batch of 2,000 desks offered by MPDC and other partners of the port to MINEDH, in order to […]

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Dredging to Port of Maputo access channel to start this year

The process to select the company to dredge the Maputo Port access channel is underway. The dredging of the channel from its current -11 meter vessel draft to allow for sailing vessels with drafts of up to 14.2 meters is expected to begin in the third quarter of 2015 after a contractor has been selected. […]

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Port of Maputo will improve efficiency by 300%

MPDC (Maputo Port Development Company) has just commissioned two Liebherr mobile harbor cranes with a view of improving efficiency and productivity levels in cargo handling. The two LHM550 cranes have a 144-ton lift capacity and will allow an increase in productivity that can go up to 300%. The cranes, currently in production, will arrive at […]

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Maputo City

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