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Multi-Purpose Container Terminal-Mozambique

This is one of the most modern Terminals in Southern Africa. The facilities include a 645 meters long quay with a depth of 12 meters. The terminal has 4 container gantry-cranes, two of which have the capacity to carry 65 tonnes. The terminal can store more than 10,000 TEU’s and has 148 electricity connection points for refrigerated containers. Currently, the terminal can handle 300,000 TEU’s a year, but, with the continual investment programmed, its capacity could gradually be increased to 700,000 TEU’S. The terminal is served by an extremely modern computerized management system-Navis N4-regarded as the most advanced in the port industry worldwide. This is a computerized platform endowed with state-of-the-art technology which offers enormous advantages in increasing and improving the operations undertaken at the Container Terminal. It also allows online communications with shipping lines, the shipping agencies and clients who can accede to the mechanism to send correspondence concerning the loading and unloading of containers, and to obtain all the relevant information about the state of the logistical base. Recently, this terminal benefitted from an investment to increase the capacity of its container storage space to an area of 3 hectares, as well as the building of a new five lane access road, with the option to add a further two lanes in the future.

 

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