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.
A Chinese and a Portuguese are competing for the right to partner with Mozambique's state-owned maritime transport company to re-establish a cabotage service in the country. The state-owned company, Transmarítima, [...]
A shipping company part-owned by former defence minister Alberto Chipande is looking for a private partner to create a freight service up and down Mozambique’s 2,470km Indian Ocean coast. Companhia de Assistência [...]
The Mozambique government has succeeded in winning reductions in port fees for cabotage vessels moving internal freight, clearing the way for foreign-owned companies to enter the sector. The Ministry of Transport [...]
Mozambique’s state-owned maritime transport company is looking for a private sector partner to create a service to transport freight up and down the country’s 2,470km Indian Ocean coast. Intra-country maritime [...]
Mozambique “must play a part” in the intercontinental transport of the natural resources it exports, transport minister Carlos Mesquita said on Thursday, adding that his ministry will submit new legislation on maritime transport for cabinet approval within [...]
French oil and gas company Total, which plans to start exploratory drilling in Mozambique’s Rovuma Basin in early 2017, is planning to base its logistics operation in Pemba, rather than Nacala, the preferred port of the previous operator.