Minister of Transports and Communications urges the transport system to integrate development efforts

The Minister of Transports and Communications, Eng. Carlos Mesquita, affirmed today, during the inauguration of the two new mobile harbour cranes of the Port of Maputo, that the transport and logistic system should work in an integrated manner. The Minister praised the investment efforts done by the Port of Maputo but highlighted that those should […]

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Maputo car terminal more competitive

(Source: The port of Maputo in Mozambique has reduced its tariffs, which has made Grindrod’s car terminal more competitive when compared with South African ports. Grindrod’s car terminal in Maputo is a competitor to Transnet’s car terminal facilities in Durban and Port Elizabeth. Alan Olivier, the chief executive of Grindrod, said last week that Maputo […]

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New cranes have already arrived and are currently being assembled

The two Liebherr mobile harbour cranes, LHM550, ordered by MPDC in the beginning of 2015 have already arrived at the Port of Maputo and are currently being assembled. It took around eight months for the cranes to be produced and adapted to the Port of Maputo’s operational needs and they have a lift capacity of […]

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MPDC promotes First-Aid training for all employees

The first of many first-aid training that are being given to MPDC employees has just finished. The aim is to provide all staff with general knowledge on how to deal and assist in case of an incident/accident not only at the work place, but also at home and in the communities where they live. This […]

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