Browsing: Port of Beira

Aid World Food Programme staff load and unload aid at Beira airport. Photo © Deborah Nguyen/WFP
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The head of the private company chosen by the Mozambique government to work with the World Food Programme (WFP) in distributing aid to cyclone and flood victims in central Mozambique lost his job at the Port of Beira in 2014 for failing to prevent [...]

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Infrastructure Beira Port. Photo: Cornelder de Moçambique
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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.

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Infrastructure An aerial view of Beira. Photo by Flickr user Andrew Moore
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Mozambique transport minister Carlos Mesquita said on Wednesday he respects the decision of the Attorney General to annul two deals aimed at reducing port charges for cabotage vessels at the Ports of Beira and Quelimane. As a solution, identical memoranda [...]

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Transport Carlos Mesquita. Photo © Alexandre Nhampossa / Zitamar News
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Mozambique’s Attorney General (Procuradoria-Geral da República, PGR) has demanded the annulment of Memoranda of Understanding signed in July 2016 between Carlos Mesquita’s Ministry of Transport and the ports of Quelimane and Beira, due to an alleged [...]

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Transport Work on Mozambique's Sena rail line rehabilitation, completed in 2016. Photo: Mota Engil
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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 [...]

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