Cornelder de Moçambique, a Mozambican company part-owned by the Dutch Port of Rotterdam, is in line for an extension to its concession to run the Port of Beira on the condition that it upgrades the port’s cargo loading capacity.
Coal companies should sign contracts to use a new $2.7 billion coal export rail and port project in central Mozambique before the end of the year, with construction of the line then expected to start around a year from now.
Portuguese civil engineering contractor Mota Engil announced this week it has signed a $2.4 billion deal to build the Moatize-Macuse rail and port project, in partnership with China National Complete Engineering Corporation, a subsidiary of China Machinery [...]
The Indian consortium that snapped up Rio Tinto’s coal mines in Tete province, Mozambique, is set to restart operations at the beginning of next year, having mothballed the mine for the whole of 2016. ICVL, a [...]
Public consultations will begin later in July on plans to build a new port on Mozambique’s Indian Ocean coast and a rail line to link it to the coal-rich province of Tete in the country’s far west. The concession [...]
The developers of the proposed new rail line from Moatize, Tete, to a new port to be built at Macuse, Zambezia, are waiting for government approval of a plan to extend the rail line by 129 kilometres, according to a report in Noticias.