(IN UPDATE) Maputo Port companies MPDC, Grindrod and DP World Maputo are making every possible effort to deliver humanitarian goods to Beira. Thus, a container ship – the MV Border, operated by Ocean Africa Container Lines – has been named and will transport all goods from Maputo to Beira. This vessel has the capacity to […]

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Port of Maputo invests in operational equipment

Two new mobile harbour cranes have just joined MPDC’s operational fleet at Maputo Port. The objective of this new acquisition is to improve productivity, responding to the growing demand, especially regarding bulk minerals. “In addition to the two mobile harbour cranes, we have recently acquired 14 payloaders, 8 tractors, 8 forklifts and 2 rail excavators […]

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Port of Maputo sets another record in cargo handling

The volumes handled by the Port of Maputo reached 19.5 million tons in 2018, surpassing the record previously set in 2014 (19.3 million tons). This record also represents a growth of 7.14% compared to 2017 (the year in which 18.2 million tons of cargo was handled). These improved results since 2017 continue as a result […]

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Project to clean Maputo beaches launched at Costa do Sol

PRAIA ZERO, a project funded by the Port of Maputo and Heineken, implemented by Cooperativa Ntumbuluku (an association for environmental education), and supported by the Municipality of Maputo, was launched in late December 2018. The beachfront of Maputo has a severe littering problem and the beach sands are full of broken glass. Lack of civism […]

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