New automated port access system

COMMUNICATION TO PORT USERS With the view of improving the Port security system, MPDC – Maputo Port Development Company hereby announces that, on 17th and 18th May 2018, has successfully tested the new automated access control system and thus being informed that as of June 12, 2018 access to the Port will be through automated […]

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MPDC, CFM and AMVIRO launch program to promote road safety

In order to promote the education and awareness of drivers and pedestrians, the Maputo Port Development Society (MPDC), the Mozambican Railways (CFM) and the MOZAMBICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE VICTIMS OF ROAD INSECURITY (AMVIRO) launched in April “Moment of Safety” at Praça dos Trabalhadores. It is a project that aims to influence the attitude of pedestrians […]

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MPDC to start rehabilitation of 1058 meters of quay in June

The Maputo Port Development Company (MPDC) has signed a contract for the rehabilitation of the quays 6, 7, 8 and 9 of Maputo Port, an investment of 64 million dollars. These represent 1058 linear meters of berth that will be deepened to an average of -15 meters, thus allowing the port to receive larger vessels. […]

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MPDC shows volume growth of 22% in 2017

The volume handled by the Port of Maputo has grown 22% in 2017, with 18.2 million tonnes of cargo handled last year against 14.9 million tonnes handled in 2016. This result was positively affected by the dredging of the access channel to the Port of Maputo, completed in January 2017. Before dredging, with the channel […]

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Maputo City

Maputo, formerly Lourenço Marques, is the capital and largest city of Mozambique. It is known as the City of Acacias in reference read more...