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 […]
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 […]
Two of the four 28-ton capacity Kalmar forklifts commissioned by MPDC have just arrived at the Port of Maputo. These acquisitions are part of the ongoing investment in equipment by the company, to meet one of the objectives of the Port Master Plan – to improve the efficiency of port operations. The equipment purchased not […]
The Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Christine Lagarde, visited the Port of Maputo on the 28th of May, as one of the strategic infrastructures of Mozambique. Lagarde is in Mozambique to participate on the conference “Africa Rising”, organized by the IMF in the capital city, that takes place from the 29th of May […]
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