Maintenance dredging to the Port of Maputo quays will begin on Friday, 24th October, using TNPA’s brand new dredging vessel Italeni. This campaign will ensure that all quays are returned to their designed depth and the dredger is expected to remove approximately 25,000cum of dredged material. The contract for the dredging was signed last month […]
The Port of Maputo has acquired two mechanical sweeper trucks for sweeping of the main road and operational areas of the port including the quayside. These sweeper trucks, that were acquired from the Dutch company Ravo, aim to replace the old trucks that were not suitable for this kind of operation. The Ravo trucks are […]
The Port of Maputo is attending a capacity building work program led by the southern Africa and islands hydrographic commission (SAIHC) in partnership with the International Maritime Organization (IMO). The course will give the participants an understanding of the requirements, principals and conduction of hydrographic surveying for national purposes. The course has duration of two […]
A large-scale vessel from the Mediterranean Shipping Company, called E.R. Yantian, arrived on 1st October at the port of Maputo, this becoming the biggest vessel to ever call this port. This container vessel has 45000 gross tones, a capacity of 4300 TEUs and a length of 260.1 meters. The vessel is coming from the Port […]
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