In Port Today

Ships in Operation

  • SPRING SKY
    Berthing Date: 2021-11-08ETD: 2021-11-17
  • VENTURE DYLAN
    Berthing Date: 2021-11-20ETD: 2021-11-20
  • MAGIC SEAS
    Berthing Date: 2021-11-18ETD: 2021-11-24
  • CHINTANA NAREE
    Berthing Date: 2021-11-20ETD: 2021-11-23
  • IOANNIS ZAFIRAKIS
    Berthing Date: 2021-11-22ETD: 2021-11-23
  • VIRTUOUS STRIKER
    Berthing Date: 2021-11-24ETD: 2021-11-28
  • GAS ESCO
    Berthing Date: 2021-11-23ETD: 2021-11-23
  • STAR PIERA
    Berthing Date: 2021-11-22ETD: 2021-11-20
  • CHARLOTTE OLDENDORFF
    Berthing Date: 2021-11-24ETD: 2021-11-26
  • CL RHINE RIVER
    Berthing Date: 2021-11-25ETD: 2021-11-29

Ships to berth today

  • MAGIC SEAS
    Berthing Date: 2021-11-19ETD: 2021-11-24
  • D&K1
    Berthing Date: 2021-11-19ETD: 2021-11-21

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First Port in Mozambique to obtain certification of the APLOP Brand

The Port of Maputo, through its concessionaire MPDC, is the first Port in Mozambique to obtain certification of the APLOP Brand (Association of Portuguese-speaking Ports). This certification reflects MPDC’s main objective, of providing innovative solutions for our business partners (agents, authorities, users and others), with regard to the simplification of documentary processing, that is, less…

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Port of Maputo 2020 Volumes

Maputo, 21th January 2021: The volumes handled by the Port of Maputo in 2020 decreased 13% in comparison to 2019, handling 18.3 million tons compared to the 21 million tons of the previous year throughput. This decrease is mainly related to the pandemic of COVID-19 and the measures taken to prevent the spread , such…

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