The times and tides are changing at the Port of Maputo

(article by Kemraj Mahabeer from Planning Department, MPDC) MPDC is reaping the rewards of the acquisition of the new Mobile Harbour Cranes with automatic tipplers.   The aim of this acquisition was to ensure the quick turnaround time of bulk export vessels. The fruits of this initiative materialized, and has now gone to a new level, […]

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Dredging of Maputo Port shipping channel has begun

The dredging of the access channel to the Port of Maputo, from -11 meters, to accommodate vessels with a sailing draft of up to 14.2 meters on the tide, has initiated. The first of three dredgers mobilized by Jan de Nul Dredging Middle East FZE, the leading international dredging company that will be performing this […]

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New Fire Station at the Port of Maputo

The Port of Maputo has recently established a new Fire Station within the Port boundaries. In partnership with the City of Maputo (SENSAP), the Port of Maputo built a new state of the art facility and a team from city of Maputo Fire Brigade is now operating from this base, servicing both the Port and […]

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Another record for the Port of Maputo

The Port of Maputo continues to push boundaries and have set yet another record! On Tuesday afternoon, 15 March 2016, the Marine Team successfully piloted the biggest vessel to ever enter the Port. The Cape size vessel with 292m of length and 93.237t of gross weight, can load up to 80.000t of bulk cargo. The […]

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