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Mozambique’s state-owned rail and ports company CFM this week signed a deal with the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) and Zimbabwean state-owned mining company ZIMASCO to transport a million tonnes of ZIMASCO’s chromite and iron ingots to Mozambican [...]

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Infrastructure Port of Maputo
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The success of the Maputo Development Corridor (MDC) - an infrastructure corridor facilitating trade between the Port of Maputo and nearby provinces in South Africa - has meant the project is held up as a template for the development of much larger [...]

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Transport Grindrod Terminals CEO Graham Braby at Matola Coal Terminal, 6 July 2017. Photo © Tom Bowker / Zitamar News
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Shipping facilities in Maputo could compete with South Africa’s Richards Bay following an upgrade to the Matola Coal Terminal (Terminal de Carvão da Matola, TCM), according to its management company. The upgrade at the [...]

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Infrastructure Maputo Port
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The Port of Maputo has completed a dredging project that will allow it to service ships of up to 85,000 tonnes. Maputo Port Development Company executive director Osorio Lucas said that the project would increase the port’s cargo handling capacity and [...]

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Infrastructure The MV Mineral Belgium leaving Maputo Port.
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Maputo Port this month waved off its first ever ship with 90,000 tonnes of cargo, a landmark that the country’s transport minister said would make it more competitive and remove the need for bigger ships to call at regional rivals such as Durban and [...]

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