Mozambique Port of Maputo

Key port information can also be found at:

Website of the Maritime Database on the Port of Maputo

Port Overview:
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Additional Information

Port website: INSERT LINK TO PORT WEBSITE 

Port Location and Contacts

Country

Mozambique

Province or District

Maputo

Town or City (Closest location) with Distance (km)

Name: TOWN NAME

km: DISTANCE

Port's Complete Name

 

Latitude

S 25° 58’ 00.00”

Longitude

S 25° 58’ 00.00”

Managing Company or Port Authority (If more than one operator, break down by area of operation)

 

Management Contact Person

 

Closest Airport and Frequent Airlines to / from International Destinations

Airport Name: AIRPORT NAME

Airlines: LIST OF INTERNATIONAL CARRIERS

Port Picture

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Description and Contacts of Key Companies

4.2.3 Mozambique Port and Waterways Company Contact List

Port Performance

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Seasonal Constraints

Yes / No

From <month> to <month>

Rainy Season

 

 

Major Import Campaigns

 

 

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Handling Figures

Year 2009

Vessel Calls

690

Container Traffic (TEUs)

234

Handling Figures Bulk and Break Bulk

Year XXXX

Bulk (MT)

 

Break bulk (MT)

 

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Additional Information

Discharge Rates and Terminal Handling Charges

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Berthing Specifications

Type of Berth

Quantity

Length (m)

Maximum Draft (m)

Conventional Berth

8

646

5 - 11

Container Berth

4

755

5 - 7

Silo Berth

 

 

 

Berthing Tugs

 

Water Barges

 

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Additional Information

General Cargo Handling Berths

Cargo Type

Berth Identification

Imports - Bagged Cargo

 

Exports - Bagged Cargo

 

Imports and Exports - RoRo

 

Other Imports

 

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Additional Information

Port Handling Equipment

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Containers: There are two ship-to-shore gantry cranes with 42 mt capacity spreaders and a 50 mt hook capacity. Ships’ gear (sometimes) supplements the shore equipment. Throughput is 15 containers per hour per hook

Bagged Cargo: Bagging occurs in large quantities in three continuous shifts with four hooks. The average is 1,500 mt per day. Direct discharge to wagons averages 1,000 mt per day, depending on the availability of wagons and shunting engines

Bulk Grain: There is a potential for discharging parcels of 5 – 10,000 mt (with grabs into hoppers). Three continuous shifts bag 20% of the tonnage, using four hooks (with bulk grain loaded into HSB wagons after caulking (approximately 30 mt); that is then topped with 200 bags before everything is covered with tarpaulins. The daily throughput is 1,500 mt, depending on the availability of wagons, tarpaulins, and shunting engines or tractors. Two 90 mt capacity Vac-U-Vator grain pumps and two serviceable bagging machines are also available

Discharge of bulk grain at Matola: At the Stema Silo Terminal in Matola, the potential discharge rate is 250 mt per hour with an average daily throughput of 4,000 – 5,000 mt

Equipment

Available

(Yes / No)

Total Quantity and Capacity Available

Comments on Current Condition and Actual Usage

Dockside Crane

 

 

 

Container Gantries

 

 

 

Mobile Cranes

Yes

1 (MIPS) - 28 mt

 

Reachstacker

 

 

 

RoRo Tugmaster (w/ Trailer)

 

 

 

Grain Elevator w/ Bagging Machines

 

 

 

Transtrainer

 

 

 

Forklifts

Yes

17 - up to 45 mt

 

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Additional Information

Container Facilities

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Additional Information

Facilities

20 ft

40 ft

Container Facilities Available

Yes

Yes

Container Freight Station (CFS)

Yes, 7

Yes, 7

Refrigerated Container Stations

n/a

n/a

Other Capacity Details

Daily Take Off Capacity (Containers per day)

200

Number of Reefer Stations (connection points)

116

Emergency Take-off Capacity (Give an indication)

n/a

Off take capacity of gang shift (in Containers per shift)

n/a

n/a

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Additional Information

Customs Guidance

1.3 Mozambique Customs Information

Terminal Information

Multipurpose Terminal

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Grain and Bulk Handling

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Additional Information

Main Storage Terminal

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Additional Information 

Storage Type

Number of Storage Facilities

Area (square meters)

Bagged Cargo

 

 

Refrigerated Cargo

 

 

General Cargo

 

 

Stevedoring

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Hiterland Information

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Port Security

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Security

ISPS Compliant

(Yes / No)

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Current ISPS Level

 

Level 1 = Normal, Level 2 = Heightened, Level 3 = Exceptional

Police Boats

 

Fire Engines