Mozambique

Mozambique

Country Name 

Mozambique 

Official Country Name 

Republic of Mozambique 

Assessment Details 

From  

09 January 23 

To 

04 April 23 

Name of Assessor 

Rui Gonçalves 

Title and Position 

Supply Chain Officer 

Contact 

ruimdsgoncalves@gmail.com  

 

Table of Contents

Chapter Name of Assessor  Organization Date Updated 

1 Mozambique Country Profile

Rui Gonçalves  WFP April 2023
1.1 Mozambique Humanitarian Background Rui Gonçalves  WFP April 2023
1.2 Mozambique National Regulatory Departments and Quality Control Mohamed Razak WFP September 2021
1.3 Mozambique Customs Information Alastair Cook WFP July 2010

2 Mozambique Logistics Infrastructure

Rui Gonçalves  WFP April 2023
2.1 Mozambique Port Assessment Rui Gonçalves  WFP April 2023
2.1.1 Mozambique Port of Beira Rui Gonçalves  WFP April 2023
2.1.2 Mozambique Port of Maputo Mohamed Razak WFP September 2021
2.1.3 Mozambique Port of Nacala Rui Gonçalves  WFP April 2023
2.1.4 Mozambique Port of Quelimane Rui Gonçalves  WFP April 2023
2.1.5 Mozambique Port of Pemba Rui Gonçalves  WFP April 2023
2.2 Mozambique Aviation Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
2.2.1 Mozambique Maputo International Airport Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
2.2.2 Mozambique Beira International Airport Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
2.2.3 Mozambique Inhambane National Airport Rui Gonçalves  WFP April 2023
2.2.4 Mozambique Vilankulo National Airport Rui Gonçalves  WFP April 2023
2.2.5 Mozambique Quelimane National Airport Rui Gonçalves  WFP April 2023
2.2.6 Mozambique Nampula International Airport Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
2.2.7 Mozambique Tete National Airport Rui Gonçalves  WFP April 2023
2.2.8 Mozambique Pemba National Airport Rui Gonçalves  WFP April 2023
2.2.9 Mozambique Lichinga National Airport Rui Gonçalves  WFP April 2023
2.2.10 Mozambique Nacala International Airport Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
2.2.11 Mozambique Caia National Airport Rui Gonçalves  WFP April 2023
2.2.12 Mozambique Songo National Airport Rui Gonçalves  WFP April 2023
2.2.13 Mozambique Xai Xai National Airport Rui Gonçalves  WFP April 2023
2.2.14 Mozambique Mocimboa da Praia National Airport Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
2.2.15 Mozambique Ponta de Ouro National Airport Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
2.2.16 Mozambique Cuamba National Airport Rui Gonçalves  WFP April 2023
2.2.17 Mozambique Chimoio National Airport Rui Gonçalves WFP April 2023
2.2.18 Mozambique Ulongwe National Airport Rui Gonçalves  WFP April 2023
2.2.19 Mozambique Bilene National Airport Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
2.2.20 Mozambique Lumbo National Airport Rui Gonçalves  WFP April 2023
2.2.21 Mozambique Angoche National Airport Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
2.3 Mozambique Road Assessment Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
2.3.1 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Ponta do Ouro Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
2.3.2 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Goba Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
2.3.3 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Namaacha Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
2.3.4 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Ressano Garcia Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
2.3.5 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Giriyondo Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
2.3.6 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Pafuri Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
2.3.7 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Chicualacuala Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
2.3.8 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Espungabera Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
2.3.9 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Machipanda Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
2.3.10 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Nyamapanda Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
2.3.11 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Chimefusa Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
2.3.12 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Zobue Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
2.3.13 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Milange Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
2.3.14 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Mandimba Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
2.3.15 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Negomano Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
2.3.16 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Namoto Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
2.4 Mozambique Railway Assessment Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
2.5 Mozambique Waterway Assessment Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
2.6 Mozambique Storage Assessment Alastair Cook WFP July 2010
2.6.1 Mozambique Storage Assessment - Beira Mohamed Razak WFP September 2021
2.6.2 Mozambique Storage Assessment - Chimoio Mohamed Razak WFP September 2021
2.6.3 Mozambique Storage Assessment - Tete Mohamed Razak WFP September 2021
2.6.4 Mozambique Storage Assessment - Quelimane Mohamed Razak WFP September 2021
2.7 Mozambique Milling Assessment Alastair Cook WFP July 2010

3 Mozambique Services and Supply

Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
3.1 Mozambique Fuel Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
3.2 Mozambique Transporters Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
3.3 Mozambique Additional Service Providers Alastair Cook WFP July 2010
3.4 Mozambique Manual Labour Mohamed Razak WFP September 2021
3.5 Mozambique Telecommunications Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
3.6 Mozambique Food Suppliers, Accommodation and Other Markets Alastair Cook WFP July 2010

4 Mozambique Contact Lists

Rui Gonçalves  WFP April 2023
4.1 Mozambique Government Contact List Alastair Cook WFP July 2010
4.2 Mozambique Humanitarian Agency Contact List Mohamed Razak WFP September 2021
4.3 Mozambique Laboratory and Quality Testing Companies Contact List Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
4.4 Mozambique Port and Waterways Company Contact List Alastair Cook WFP July 2010
4.5 Mozambique Airport Company Contact List Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
4.6 Mozambique Storage and Milling Company Contact List Rui Gonçalves  WFP April 2023
4.7 Mozambique Fuel Provider Contact List Mohamed Razak WFP September 2021
4.8 Mozambique Transporter Contact List Mohamed Razak WFP September 2021
4.8.1 Mozambique Transporter Contact List - South Corridor Mohamed Razak WFP September 2021
4.8.2 Mozambique Transporter Contact List - Center Corridor Mohamed Razak WFP September 2021
4.8.3 Mozambique Transporter Contact List - North Corridor Mohamed Razak WFP September 2021
4.9 Mozambique Railway Companies Contact List Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
4.10  Mozambique Supplier Contact List Rui Gonçalves  WFP April 2023

4.11 Mozambique Additional Services Contact List

Rui Gonçalves  WFP April 2023

4.12 Mozambique Waste Management Companies Contact List

Rui Gonçalves  WFP April 2023

5 Mozambique Annexes

Rui Gonçalves  WFP April 2023
5.1 Mozambique Acronyms & Abbreviations Mohamed Razak WFP September 2021
5.2 Mozambique Maputo Port Tarrifs Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
5.3 Mozambique Beira Port Tariffs Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
5.4 Mozambique Nacala Port Tariffs Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018
5.5 Mozambique Scanning Feed Pedro Figueiredo WFP July 2018

Mozambique - 1 Mozambique Country Profile

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Generic Information 

Mozambique, officially the Republic of Mozambique, is a country located in south-eastern Africa bordered by the Indian Ocean to the east, Tanzania to the north, Malawi and Zambia to the northwest, Zimbabwe to the west, and Eswatini and South Africa to the southwest. The sovereign state is separated from the Comoros, Mayotte, and Madagascar by the Mozambique Channel to the east. The capital and largest city is Maputo. 

Generic country information can be located from sources which are regularly maintained and reflect current facts and figures. For a generic country overview, please consult the following sources: 

Mozambique Wikipedia Country Information Mozambique - Wikipedia 

Mozambique IMF Country Information Republic of Mozambique and the IMF 

Mozambique Economist Intelligence Unit Information* Mozambique Economy, Politics and GDP Growth Summary - The Economist Intelligence Unit (eiu.com) 

(*Note: this is a paid service) 

Humanitarian Info 

Mozambique World Food Programme Information Mozambique | World Food Programme (wfp.org) 

Mozambique UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Information Mozambique | OCHA (unocha.org) 

Facts and Figures 

Mozambique Wolfram Alpha Information Mozambique - Wolfram|Alpha (wolframalpha.com) 

Mozambique World Bank Information Mozambique: Development news, research, data | World Bank 

Mozambique Population Information Mozambique Population 2023 (Live) (worldpopulationreview.com) 

1.2 Mozambique National Regulatory Departments and QualityControl

Mozambique’s “Instituto Nacional de Normalização e Qualidade” (National Institute of Standardization and Quality – INNOQ) was established in 1993 and is judicially and administratively an autonomous body that has been operating under the Ministry of Industry and Trade.  It acts as the recognised central body responsible for defining and implementing quality policy and for coordinating all standardisation and quality activities at the national level. The main functions of INNOQ are:

  • Promotion of standardisation and quality in the manufacturing of products and the performance of services for the benefit of the health, safety and welfare of the public, and to assist and protect consumers
  • Cooperation with regional and international organisations working in the fields of standardisation and quality

The aim is to improve the conditions of industry, protect consumers and the environment, and increase and facilitate domestic and international trade in order to improve the standard of living and strengthen the overall economy of the country.

Laboratory analyses are done either by the INNOQ or are sent to South Africa for tests that cannot be conducted in Mozambique.

For more information on regulatory departments and quality control laboratories’ contact details, please see the following links:

www.innoq.gov.mz/

www.iso.org/member/1978.html

For further information see: 4.1 Government Contact List and 4.9 Laboratory and Quality Testing Company Contact List

Mozambique - 1.1 Mozambique Humanitarian Background

Disasters, Conflicts and Migration 

Natural Disasters 

Type 

Occurs 

Comments / Details 

Drought 

Yes 

Mozambique is a country located in Southeast Africa, and it is prone to droughts due to its location in the subtropics. The country has a history of recurrent droughts, which have had a significant impact on its agricultural production and food security. The frequency and severity of droughts in Mozambique appear to be increasing, likely due to climate change. The Southern Africa region as whole, including Mozambique, has seen an increase in droughts in the last few decades. Some of the factors contributing to this trend include rising temperatures, changes in precipitation patterns, and an increase in evaporation rates. These factors are expected to continue in the future, which could lead to more frequent and severe droughts in Mozambique and the surrounding region. 

 

Historically, drought has impacted negatively on people livelihoods and economic activities in Mozambique. It's been affecting farming practices, such as crop failures and loss of livestock, hampering the rural population's main source of income and food security. Also, it can cause displacement of people and worsening humanitarian crisis, as they seek assistance and alternative livelihoods options. 

 

 

Earthquakes 

Yes 

Mozambique is in a seismically active region and has a history of earthquakes. The country is situated on the East Africa Rift System, a zone of tectonic activity that runs through the continent from the Red Sea to Mozambique. The East Africa Rift System is characterized by frequent seismic activity and is considered a high-risk zone for earthquakes. 

 

Historically, earthquakes in Mozambique have been relatively infrequent but can be strong when they do occur. The most recent significant earthquake in Mozambique was a magnitude 6.1 earthquake that struck on August 10, 2020, near the border with Malawi. The earthquake caused moderate damage to buildings and infrastructure in the affected area and caused power outages. However, no deaths were reported. 

 

In the past, there have been several earthquakes in the country with magnitude greater than 6.0. In 2002, an earthquake with a magnitude of 6.2 struck near the city of Nampula, killing at least 31 people, injuring more than 400, and damaging or destroying more than 20,000 homes. In 2011, another earthquake with a magnitude of 6.3 struck near the city of Chitima, killing at least one person, injuring more than 50, and damaging or destroying more than 2,000 homes. 

 

Overall, while Mozambique has a history of earthquakes, they are relatively infrequent, but when they happen can have significant impacts on the people and the infrastructure. 

 

 

Epidemics 

Yes 

HIV/AIDS 

 

Mozambique has a significant HIV epidemic, with an estimated prevalence of 11.5% among adults (ages 15-49) in 2019. This equates to around 2 million people living with HIV in the country. The epidemic is driven mainly by unprotected heterosexual transmission and is especially prevalent among women. In 2019, women accounted for 63% of new HIV infections in Mozambique. The number of people living with HIV on antiretroviral therapy (ART) reached 1.2 million by the end of 2019. 

 

Malaria 

 

Malaria is a major public health problem in Mozambique, with high incidence and prevalence of the disease. According to the World Health Organization, in 2019, the country had an estimated 12.4 million cases of malaria, with a rate of 585 cases per 1,000 population, and an estimated 10,600 malaria deaths. These figures represent a significant burden on the country's health system and its population.  

 

Despite these high figures, the country has been making efforts to address the malaria epidemic, and there is a trend of decreasing number of cases and deaths in recent years due to an increase in malaria prevention and control measures such as distribution of mosquito nets and access to diagnostic tests and treatments. 

 

Cholera 

 

Since 2017, cholera outbreaks have been reported in Mozambique every year during the hot and rainy season (October to April), mainly from Nampula, Cabo Delgado, Sofala and Tete provinces. 

 

Mozambique reported 3,930 cases of cholera in 2022, 3,787 in 2020, and 7,010 in 2019. The first case of cholera in the current outbreak was reported to the Ministry of Health and WHO from Lago district in Niassa province on 14 September 2022. As of 19 February 2023, a cumulative total of 5237 suspected cases and 37 deaths.  

 

WHO and other organizations have been providing support to the Mozambican government to try and control the spread of the disease, including through the provision of vaccines and treatment for those who have been infected. 

 

 

Extreme Temperatures 

No 

  

Flooding 

Yes 

Mozambique is prone to flooding due to its location along the Indian Ocean coast, which is susceptible to tropical storms and cyclones, as well as its numerous river basins that cross the country. The country has a history of recurrent flooding, which has had a significant impact on its population and infrastructure. 

 

The frequency and severity of floods in Mozambique appear to be increasing in recent years, likely due to climate change. The Southern Africa region as whole, including Mozambique, has seen an increase in floods in the last few decades. Some of the factors contributing to this trend include changes in precipitation patterns and intensification of storms, as well as the increase in human activities such as deforestation, urbanization and poor land-use practices. 

 

In 2019, Mozambique was hit by the worst cyclone Idai in the recorded history, which led to the displacement of more than 2.6 million people, caused over 600 deaths and left massive damages on infrastructure, economy and agriculture in the affected regions. The exact figures of damages are not available for that year but the estimate was about 2 billion USD. 

 

In 2000, the country was hit by another severe flood, which affected more than 1.5 million people and caused more than 700 deaths. The estimated damages were around $250 million. 

 

Mozambique has several major river basins, including the Zambezi, Limpopo and Save, which are prone to flooding during the rainy seasons. These river basins are a major source of water for irrigation, domestic use, and hydroelectric power generation. However, due to the increasing frequency and severity of floods, they also pose a significant risk to the population and infrastructure in the surrounding areas. 

 

Overall, while floods in Mozambique have historically been an irregular event, the pattern of their frequency and severity has been increasing in recent years, and they can have devastating impacts on the population and the infrastructure. 

 

 

Insect Infestation 

Yes 

The country suffers from several types of insect pest, including termites, beetles, and moths, which can cause significant damage to crops such as maize, cassava, and cotton. 

 

Climate factors and agricultural practices in Mozambique can greatly influence the population and distribution of certain insects. For example, prolonged droughts can lead to crop failures and a decrease in the population of insect pests, while the extensive use of pesticides may contribute to an increase of resistance insects. 

 

 

Mudslides 

Yes 

Mozambique has a history of mudslides, particularly during the rainy season, which runs from October to April. These mudslides are often caused by heavy rainfall and can be exacerbated by deforestation and poor land management practices. 

 

In 2019, heavy rainfall and Cyclone Idai caused widespread flooding and mudslides in the country, resulting in more than 600 deaths and affecting over 2 million people. 

 

In 2019, Cyclone Kenneth also hit Mozambique, causing widespread damage and flooding, including mudslides. The death toll from the cyclone was at least 41 people, with many more missing. Additionally, over 270,000 people were affected and tens of thousands of homes were destroyed. 

 

Moreover, those disasters have also caused significant damage to infrastructure and agricultural lands, which had long-term effects on the country's economy and food security. 

 

 

Volcanic Eruptions 

No 

 

High Waves / Surges 

No 

 

Wildfires 

No 

 

High Winds 

Yes 

Mozambique is located in a region that is prone to high winds, particularly during the cyclone season which is from November to April. Cyclones and storms can cause significant damage to buildings, infrastructure and crops, as well as loss of life. 

 

In 2019, Mozambique was hit by the worst cyclone Idai in the recorded history, which led to the displacement of more than 2.6 million people, caused over 600 deaths and caused massive damages on infrastructure, economy and agriculture in the affected regions. The exact figures of damages are not available for that year but the estimate was about 2 billion USD. 

 

In 2000, the country was hit by another severe cyclone Eline, which caused over 31 deaths and affected over 1 million people, leaving damages estimated at 250 million USD. 

 

Overall, while high winds in Mozambique have historically been an irregular event, the pattern of their frequency and severity has been increasing in recent years, and they can have devastating impacts on the population and the infrastructure. The country continues to be susceptible to natural hazards such as high winds and cyclones, particularly due to the predicted changes in weather patterns caused by climate change. 

 

Man-Made Issues 

Civil Strife 

Yes 

Since the end of the civil war, Mozambique has been relatively peaceful, but there have been sporadic incidents of violence and civil unrest, particularly in the northern and central regions of the country. These incidents have been related to disputes over land, natural resources, and political power. 

 

Overall, while Mozambique has been relatively peaceful since the end of the civil war, sporadic incidents of violence and civil unrest still occur in some regions of the country. 

 

 

International Conflict 

No 

 

Internally Displaced Persons 

Yes 

The sixteenth round of the DTM Baseline assessment was carried out in 219 localities, located in the provinces of Cabo Delgado (108 localities), Nampula (76 localities), Niassa (20 localities), Sofala (4 localities) and Zambezia (7 localities).  

 

As of June 2022, an estimated 869,603 IDPs were identified in Cabo Delgado, while an additional 73,699 IDPs were identified in Nampula, 2,130 in Niassa, 680 in Zambezia, 310 in Sofala and 86 in Inhambane. This brings the total number of individuals displaced in the six provinces to 946,508 Internally Displaced Persons, or 208,046 displaced families.  

 

All displacements are a result of the insecurity situation in northern Mozambique. 

 

 

Refugees Present 

Yes 

Mozambique is currently hosting 29,500 refugees and asylum seekers, predominately from the Democratic Republic of Congo and Burundi (as of January 2022 (UNHCR)). About 34 percent of the refugees live in Maratane settlement in Nampula province. The large majority of them (86 percent) have been living in Maratane settlement for between 05 to 20 years, calling for long-term durable solutions. 

 

The Instituto Nacional de Apoio aos Refugiados and WFP have been assisting refugees with in-kind food assistance targeted based on household vulnerability. Additionally, the Livelihoods for Durable Solutions Programme (2016-2021) – jointly implemented by WFP, UNHCR, FAO and UN Habitat - has aimed to support self-reliance and local integration through a range of livelihood interventions that focus on market and value chain development and aim to lift refugee and host community households out of chronic poverty and food insecurity. 

 

 

Landmines / UXO Present 

No 

Mozambique’s landmine problem was once one of the most severe in the world, with a legacy of landmines and explosive remnants of war from 16 years of conflict. Tens of thousands of landmines were laid in the country during its 1964-1975 fight for independence and throughout the civil war that followed. All factions used landmines to defend provincial and district towns, roads, airstrips, key bridges, power supply infrastructure, and military posts. Although the fighting stopped in 1992, landmines and unexploded ordnance have continued to claim lives and hinder development. 

 

HALO Trust, APOPO and Norwegian People’s Aid (NPA) are the main operators dedicated to mine clearance. 

 

In 2015, Mozambique was declared officially landmine-free. At the end of the civil war, there were estimates of over 2 million landmines in the country, which the government calculated had killed up to 10,500 people in the 40 years since they were laid. Many of the mines were in poorly marked locations, and de-mining operations were given a high priority.  

 

In June 2018, Mozambique reported that a government strategy to develop a sustainable national capacity to address residual mine and explosive remnants of war (ERW) contamination had been developed and was being implemented with the training of national police units and military personnel. Under the strategy, police units in both the District and Provincial Police Commands were being trained to respond to and destroy any items of Unexploded ordnance (UXO) and isolated mines reported, and to provide community awareness-raising on the threat of residual contamination. Any additional mined areas discovered would be responsibility of the Mozambique armed forces’ specialized regional demining units. 

 

In 2021 and 2022, NPA has been supporting the Forças Armadas de Defesa de Moçambique (FADM) in the destruction of surplus and obsolete ammunition to reduce the threat to people and infrastructure.  

 

 

For a more detailed database on disasters by country, please see the Centre for Research on Epidemiology of Disasters Country Profile. 

 

Seasonal Effects on Logistics Capacities 

Seasonal Effects on Transport 

Transport Typ

Time Frame 

Comments / Details 

Primary Road Transport 

Nov-Apr 

Heavy rain and surface flooding can affect roads throughout the country. However, primary roads are the least affected and only if extreme weather conditions occur. 

Secondary Road Transport 

Nov-Apr 

Unpaved secondary roads, several of them with drift river crossings become impassable with relatively small amounts of rain. However most rivers tend to drain quickly after a few days without rain. 

Rail Transport 

Nov-Apr 

Railway lines usually do not suffer much during the rainy season because usually they are elevated and built on an embankment with drainage system. However, traffic delays may occur. 

Air Transport 

Nov-Apr 

Air transport is not affected by seasonal weather. Most airports are in good condition, well paved and constructed to allow good drainage. 

Waterway Transport 

Nov-Apr 

Waterways have distinct seasonal variations. During the wet season they tend to become swollen and flooded and during the dry season water levels decline making it difficult to find paths in which to navigate. 

Mozambique has a tropical climate, with two distinct seasons: the rainy season and the dry season. The rainy season, also known as the monsoon season, typically runs from November to April. During this time, heavy rains and storms can cause flooding and landslides, which can disrupt transportation by road and rail. Flooding can also damage infrastructure, such as bridges and roads, making them impassable.  

The dry season, also known as the dry monsoon season, runs from May to October. During this time, the weather is generally more stable, and transportation is less affected by weather-related issues. However, due to the high temperatures, vehicles and equipment may experience increased wear and tear. Additionally, the dry season is typically the time when farmers in Mozambique harvest their crops, which can lead to an increased demand for trucks and other transportation to transport the crops to market. 

Overall, the rainy season can have a significant impact on transportation in Mozambique, as flooding and landslides can disrupt travel and damage infrastructure. The dry season is generally more stable for transportation, but it can also have its own set of challenges, such as increased wear and tear on vehicles and equipment, and increased demand for transportation during harvest time. 

Seasonal Effects on Storage and Handling 

Activity Type 

Time Frame 

Comments / Details 

Storage 

Nov-Apr 

During the rainy season, more frequent aeration is required due to increased humidity inside warehouses. Insect infestation can increase during the rainy season. 

Handling 

Nov-Apr 

Open-air handling of food commodities is not advisable during the wet season for obvious reasons; thus, being restricted to covered loading and unloading bays. 

Other 

Nov-Apr 

In some cases, when transporting food from coastal areas of Mozambique and South Africa that need to cross highlands, commodities may be affected by condensation. 

In Mozambique, the rainy season can have a significant impact on commodity handling and storage activities. The heavy rainfall and high humidity can cause damage to goods that are stored outside or in poorly ventilated warehouses. Additionally, the flooding and landslides that can occur during the rainy season can disrupt transportation and make it difficult for goods to be transported to and from warehouses. 

As a result, it may be necessary for businesses involved in commodity handling and storage to take measures to protect their goods during the rainy season. This may include moving goods to more secure and better ventilated warehouses, or using waterproof packaging to protect goods from damage. Additionally, it may be necessary to pre-stock before the rainy season to ensure that there is enough inventory to meet demand during the period when transportation is disrupted. 

On the other hand, during the dry season, transportation is generally less affected by weather-related issues, and the ports and airports are typically less congested. This makes it easier for goods to be transported to and from warehouses and production facilities, and for businesses to meet demand for their products. However, as the dry season is also the time when most of the agricultural activities take place, there may be an increase in demand for certain goods, such as packaging materials for crops. As a result, it may be necessary to pre-stock before the dry season to ensure that there is enough inventory to meet demand. 

Capacity and Contacts for In-Country Emergency Response 

GOVERNMENT 

In Mozambique, the government has a range of agencies and ministries that are involved in emergency response efforts. The main agency responsible for coordinating the government's response to emergencies is the National Institute for Disaster Risk Management and Reduction (Instituto Nacional de Gestão e Redução do Risco de Desastres - INGD), which works closely with other government agencies such as the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Transport and Communications. The INGD is responsible for leading the government's efforts to prepare for, respond to, and recover from emergencies, including natural disasters, health crises, and complex humanitarian emergencies. 

The government of Mozambique also cooperates with the humanitarian community in emergency response efforts. International organizations such as the United Nations and international NGOs are often invited to participate in emergency response efforts and are invited to take part in government-led emergency response coordination mechanisms. 

The use of military and civil defence assets in emergency response operations is not a regular practice in Mozambique. The government primarily relies on its emergency services and civil protection agencies to respond to emergencies. In the event of a large-scale emergency, the government may request support from neighbouring countries through the SADC Standby Force, or other international organizations. However, there are legal and operational limitations that would need to be addressed before using these assets for relief operations. 

For more information on government contact details, please see the following link:

4.1 Government Contact List 

HUMANITARIAN COMMUNITY 

In Mozambique, the humanitarian structure is led by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) which serves as the primary coordinating body for humanitarian efforts in the country. The OCHA is responsible for leading the humanitarian response, including the development and implementation of the Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) and the coordination of the efforts of international humanitarian organizations, the government and local partners. 

Some of the key humanitarian agencies operating in Mozambique are the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), the World Food Programme (WFP), and Oxfam. These agencies have been working in the country for many years and have a wide range of ongoing programs in place to address the humanitarian needs of the population. For example, the ICRC is providing clean water, sanitation, and health care services to communities affected by natural disasters and armed conflict. The WFP is providing food assistance to people affected by food insecurity and malnutrition, while Oxfam is working to improve access to clean water and sanitation and supporting the most vulnerable communities. 

Other important humanitarian actors include the International Organization for Migration (IOM), which is assisting internally displaced persons (IDPs) and returnees, while the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) is working to improve access to education and health services for children. These agencies are working closely with the government and local partners to ensure that the most vulnerable communities are reached with the necessary aid and support. Additionally, NGOs such as CARE, Mercy Corps, and Plan International are also active in the country aiding the most affected communities. 

For more information on humanitarian agency contact details, please see the following link:

4.2 Humanitarian Agency Contact List 

1.3 Mozambique Customs Information

Duties and Tax Exemption

For contact information regarding government custom authorities, please follow this link : 4.1 Mozambique Government Contact List

For further customs contact information, please select the following document: Mozambique Customs Information Additional Information

For contacts information on Customs Provincial Offices, Border Posts, Immigration Contacts and for Custom Information by Entry Points, please select the following document: Mozambique Customs information

Emergency Response:

[Note: This section contains information which is related and applicable to ‘crisis’ times. These instruments can be applied when an emergency is officially declared by the Government.  When this occurs, there is usually a streamlined process to import goods duty and tax free.]

In the following table, state which of the following agreements and conventions apply to the country and if there are any other existing ones

Agreements / Conventions Description

Ratified by Country?

(Yes / No)

WCO (World Customs Organization) member

Yes

Annex J-5 Revised Kyoto Convention

Yes

OCHA Model Agreement

Yes

Tampere Convention (on the Provision of Telecommunication Resources for Disaster Mitigation and Relief Operations)

No

Regional Agreements (on emergency/disaster response, but also customs unions, regional integration)

SADC

Exemption Regular Regime (Non-Emergency Response)

[Note: This section should contain information on the usual duties & taxes exemption regime during non-emergency times, when there is no declared state of emergency and no streamlines process (e.g. regular importations/development/etc.).]

National Customs Legislation and Regime

  • All UN agencies, NGOs and embassies which have agreements with the Government of Moçambique are entitled to duty free status
  • The Alfãndagas de Moçambique reports to the Ministry of Finance
  • The division responsible for Customs & Excise is the Technical Division at Alfãndagas de Moçambique HQ

Organizational Requirements to obtain Duty Free Status

United Nations Agencies

Alfãndagas de Moçambique provides application booklets called ‘Certification for Entry of Goods Duty Free for Privileged Persons or Organisation’ to the privileged importers. Applications are filled by the importers and submitted to the Alfãndagas de Moçambique Regional Office for approval. Here are the steps:

  1. As shipping documents are received, the appointed clearing agent is asked to prepare a bill of entry
  2. The bill of entry and the shipping documents are attached to the application for Certification for the Entry of Goods Duty Free for Privileged Persons or Organizations and submitted to the MRA Regional Office for certification
  3. The application shall list details such as the name of the organisation and address, description of goods and value of the commodity in Moçambique Meticais and customs procedure codes
  4. The common regime for imports on IM4 (Imported consumable goods) is 4000 and Customs Procedure Codes(CPC) for the privileged organisation or persons are CPC 4000430 for personal effects and 4000445/215 for goods to be used by the organisation and the application must be signed by the signatory of the organisation

For border clearance the certification is completed when the trucks arrive at the border

Non Governmental Organizations

same as for UN Agencies

Exemption Certificate Document Requirements

Duties and Taxes Exemption Certificate Document Requirements (by commodity)

 

Food

NFI

(Shelter, WASH, Education)

Medicines

Vehicles

&

Spare Parts

Staff

& Office Supplies

Telecoms Equipment

Invoice

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

AWB/BL/Other Transport Documents

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Donation/Non-Commercial Certificates

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Packing Lists

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Other Documents







Additional Notes

n/a

Customs Clearance

General Information 

Customs Information

Document Requirements

n/a

Embargoes

None

Prohibited Items

Specific drugs, protected species, weapons, immitation and counterfiet material

General Restrictions

GMO commodities are not permitted into Moçambique

Permits are required for the following commodities; Soya beans, all grains (including meals and flours) vegetable oils, fruit, eggs, poultry, fish, meat and meat products

Customs Clearance Document Requirements 

Customs Clearance Document Requirements (by commodity)

 

Food

NFI

(Shelter, WASH, Education)

Medicines

Vehicles

&

Spare Parts

Staff

& Office Supplies

Telecoms Equipment

D&T Exemption Certificate

Yes, Original, 1 copy

Yes, Original, 1 copy

Yes, Original, 1 copy

Yes, Original, 1 copy

Yes, Original, 1 copy

Yes, Original, 1 copy

Invoice

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

AWB/BL/Other Transport Documents

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Donation/Non-Commercial Certificates

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Packing Lists

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Phytosanitary Certificate

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Yes, Original, 2 copies

Distribution Plan

Yes, Original, 1 copy

Yes, Original, 1 copy

Yes, Original, 1 copy

Yes, Original, 1 copy

n/a

Yes, Original, 1 copy

Emergency Document Yes, Original, 2 copies Yes, Original, 2 copies Yes, Original, 2 copies Yes, Original, 2 copies n/a Yes, Original, 2 copies

Additional Notes

Please note: These requirements apply to the UN and NGO’s alike

  • Food commodities such as Maize, CSB, DSM, Millet, Rice & Vegetable Oil require import permits prior to importation
  • The INGC requires input from the destination province to confirm the need for the imported commodities
  • Medicines, Pestecides and Communition Equipment requires previeus authorisation from the governemt instituion
  • During an emeregency the importation process is conducted through the INGC
  • Importation of office supplies are conducted through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Transit Regime

  • When a shipment arrives at an entry point, all documents are handed over to the Forwarding Agent who then prepares a Bill of Entry (BoE) and the Clearing Agent then submits the BoE to Customs for processing
  • Please note; The documents must state the intended border crossing to exit Moçambique
  • At the point of exit the transit documents are then presented to customs at the customs office at the stated exit point

For Weight and Value Band information, please select the following document:

Mozambique Customs Information Additional Information

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Mozambique - 2 Mozambique Logistics Infrastructure

Mozambique is a long but fairly narrow country, with an area of 801,537 km2  that stretches over 2,500 km of coastline and 4,500 km of land borders with Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa and Swaziland. The logistics infrastructure was designed to provide adequate gateways for the hinterland traffic through an integrated ports and railways system. The road network was conceived as a feeder system around the main urban areas, and locomotion north-south was to be made by sea for goods, and by air for the people. 

Mozambique's logistical infrastructure has undergone significant development over the past decade, but still faces several challenges in terms of road network, railway, aviation, ports, waterways, and storage. 

 

Road Network: 

Mozambique's road network is extensive but in poor condition, with only a small portion of it paved. The road network is gradually being improved, mostly with donor funding, and concessions are being made on specific routes that charge tolls. 

The completion of the Maputo-Katembe Bridge in 2018, which connects Maputo to the Katembe district, has enhanced access to the southern region of the country. Additionally, the rehabilitation of the N6 road from Beira to Machipanda and the asphalting of the N11 road from Mocuba to Milange were completed in 2019, further improving access to Zimbabwe and Malawi, respectively. 

There are several national development and investment programs underway or planned in Mozambique to improve the road network. One of the major initiatives is the "Mozambique Safer Roads for Socio-Economic Integration Program" project, which is being implemented by the World Bank. A total of 508 kilometers of selected priority road sections of EN1 will benefit from rehabilitation. The section of EN1 in worst condition is about 1,050 km long, out of a total length of 2,600 km. The project will last 10 years, with two years of construction and eight years of maintenance. In phase 1, the intervention will focus on 508 km. This includes the stretches Inchope-Gorongosa (Sofala), Chimuara-Nicoadala (Zambézia) and Metoro-Pemba (Cabo Delgado). After finishing phase 1, phase 2 will immediately follow, which includes the Lúrio river-Metoro section (Cabo Delgado); the stretch from the Save river to Muchungwè and Muchungwe to Inchope (both in Sofala). Phase 3, includes the Pambara to Save river section (Inhambane). Over the next ten years, the World Bank will inject about 850 million dollars to finance the rehabilitation of the 1,050 kilometer stretch of the N1. 

 

Railway: 

Mozambique's national railway network spans over 3,000 km and is managed by the state-owned Mozambique Ports and Railways (CFM) company, and by Nacala Logistics, managing the northern corridor.  

The railway network has no north-south connections, unless one travels through neighbouring countries. The Mozambique railway system was developed in order to be connected with the three main ports of Maputo, Beira and Nacala, mainly to provide a transportation service for exports from South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Malawi, and for some national traffic from landlocked provinces. 

There has been an extensive infrastructure rehabilitation and locomotive and rolling stock renewal across all Southern and Central networks which resulted in higher tonnage capacity and reduced travel time.  

The Dona Ana - Vila Nova da Fronteira Railway Line (branch of Sena line) had been rehabilitated in 2022, over a length of 44 km, awaiting the Malawian counterpart, whose works are currently in the mobilization of material and earthworks phase. The operation of this Line will allow the circulation of commercial cargo and passenger trains from the Port of Beira to Malawi. 

The acquisition of additional five locomotives, 90 carriages, and 350 wagons will align with the Mozambique government's government’s 2020-2024 five-year program. 

 

Aviation: 

Currently, the aviation sector in Mozambique is relatively small, with only a few airlines operating within the country. The national carrier, LAM Mozambique Airlines, is the largest airline in the country and provides both domestic and international services. Other airlines that operate in Mozambique include TAP Portugal, Turkish Airlines, TAAG, Qatar Airways, Ethiopian Airlines, South African Airways, South African Airlink, and Kenya Airways. The country also has a number of small regional airlines that provide services to remote areas. 

The government has identified the development of the aviation industry as a priority, and plans to invest in new airport infrastructure, training programs for aviation professionals, and the promotion of Mozambique as a tourist destination. 

 

Ports: 

Mozambique is a country with a long coastline of approximately 2,500 km, providing access to the Indian Ocean, extending from South Africa in the south to Tanzania in the north. The country has several major ports along its extensive coastline, including the ports of Maputo, Beira, and Nacala, which serve as critical gateways for international trade and neighbouring countries. Other smaller ports, such as Quelimane and Pemba, serve mostly nearby businesses and communities. 

In 2022 a total of 1058 m of berthing area was rehabilitated in Port of Maputo, expanded and dredged to depths of up to 16 meters. Some of the planned investments are: creation of a food terminal (grains, sugar, vegetable oils, molasses); expansion of the container terminal; expansion of the intermodal container terminal (MICD); expanding TCM (Matola Coal Terminal) capacity to 12 MTPA. 

Port of Beira has also benefited of some investments by Cornelder. The Container terminal benefitted from an investment to increase the capacity of its container storage space to an area of three hectares, as well as the building of a new five lane access road, with the option to add a further two lanes in the future. There has been investment in equipment such as in terminal tractors, Reachstackers, RoRo tugmasters, forklifts, weighbridges. With the projection expansion of storage yard, in addition to using Rubber Tyred Gantry Cranes (RTG´s) the port will be able to handle 700,000.00 TEU. 

The northern Mozambican Port of Nacala plans to increase its cargo handling capacity from 100,000 TEU yearly to 252,000 TEU, a growth of over 150 percent, after the conclusion of the rehabilitation, expansion and modernisation works. The work is expected to be concluded in 2023 and includes the complete rehabilitation of the port facilities, dredging, construction of access roads, and investing in equipment. The rehabilitation, expansion, and modernization works were financed by the Japanese Development Agency (JICA), which disbursed 277.5 million dollars. 

Rehabilitation of infrastructure on the pier and container terminal took place in Port of Quelimane, as well as dredging the access channel. This rehabilitation allowed for the expansion of the handling capacity of the container and general cargo terminal, allowing the manoeuvring basin, with a width of 200 m, to reach a depth of five meters, against the previous two to three meters. 

In 2019, the Port of Pemba underwent significant rehabilitation and was equipped with modern equipment to handle various types of cargo, including Graphite, Marble, Cotton, Timber, and Clinker. The port is now capable of operating 24/7 and handling up to 27,000 TEUs annually, an increase from the previous 18,000 TEUs. CFM's investment of USD 5 million is expected to improve the flow of goods from the Port of Pemba, reducing the need to travel 400 km to the Port of Nacala, which causes damage to roads and wastes time and resources. 

 

Waterways: 

Mozambique's internal waterways have historically been an important means of transport for goods and people, but their utilization has been limited in recent years. The country has a vast network of internal waterways, including the Zambezi, Pungwe, and Save rivers, which span a total of 3,750 km However, due to a lack of investment in infrastructure and equipment, as well as the presence of natural obstacles such as sandbars and rapids, the waterways are not fully utilized. 

Internal maritime transport of goods between ports was relaunched in 2020. However, cabotage has proved to be unsustainable in the national market. The revitalization of cabotage is a government initiative included in the government’s 2020-2024 five-year program, with the aim of reducing the costs of transporting goods, with an impact on prices for the final consumer. 

 

Storage: 

Mozambique is divided into ten provinces, each with its own unique storage needs and challenges. In general, the storage infrastructure in Mozambique is limited, with many areas lacking sufficient storage capacity for their needs. Reliable storage facilities are often difficult to locate, particularly in rural areas. 

In the southern province of Maputo, storage facilities are primarily located in the capital city of Maputo. The city is home to several modern storage facilities, including large warehouses and cold storage facilities. However, the demand for storage in Maputo is high, and many businesses struggle to find affordable storage solutions.  

In the central province of Sofala, storage facilities are more limited. The port city of Beira is the primary gateway for imports and exports in the region, but the city's storage facilities are often overwhelmed by the volume of cargo passing through the port.  

In the northern province of Cabo Delgado, storage facilities are even more limited. The region has a growing natural gas industry, which requires significant storage capacity for equipment and supplies.  

 

2.2 Mozambique Aviation

Key airport information may be found at:

http://worldaerodata.com/

https://www.aeroportos.co.mz/

Civil aviation is a critical component to the Mozambique transport system due to its immense size: the country spans over 2,300 km from North to South and the poor road network renders land transportation too slow.

The Civil Aviation Institute of Mozambique (IACM – http://www.iacm.gov.mz/) is the oversight body for all aviation activities.

The national carrier, Mozambique Airlines (LAM – http://www.lam.co.mz/), covers only national destinations and some neighbouring countries, e.g. South Africa, Tanzania, Kenya, and Zimbabwe. Several international airlines such as SAA, Kenya Airways, Ethiopian Airlines, TAAG, Qatar Airways, TAP, and Turkish Airlines have flights to Mozambique. The domestic flights are now being opened to other airlines in addition to LAM, and FastJet (https://www.fastjet.com/en) already operates to Beira, Tete and Nampula.

For more information on government agency and airport company contact information, please see the following links: 4.1 Government Contact List and 4.4 Airport Companies Contact List

Procedures for Foreign Registered Aircraft

The following steps are required before prepositioning of foreign registered aircraft:

  • Application for provisional Air Service Licence by the operator contracted to provide the services. If the operator is not familiar with Mozambique, it is advisable to use a point of contact, e.g. WFP Maputo and/or a local aviation consultancy company to facilitate the process.
  • UNHAS requires foreign operators to ensure that the Civil Aviation Authorities of the country of registration of the aircraft clearly takes responsibility for all safe oversight while operating in Mozambique.
  • The following operator, aircraft and crew documentation is required:
    • Air Operator Certificate and crew licences
    • Certificates of Registration, Airworthiness, Insurance, and Maintenance Release
  • For non-scheduled and private flights, permission for over-flights and landings are required 24 hours in advance to IACM.
  • Regarding over-flights, the following information is required in item 18 of the flight plan for:
    • Registration of aircraft (if different from the call sign), number of crew and passengers
    • Colour and nationality of aircraft, purpose of flight, complete post and telegraphic address of operator

  • Regarding landings, the following information is required in item 18 of the flight plan for:
    • Registration of aircraft (if different from the call sign), names and nationality of crew members and/or passengers
    • Names and address of entities to be contacted, nature of cargo, purpose of flight, airport of entry
    • Colour and nationality of aircraft, complete postal and telegraphic address of operator.
  • Upon submission of the application and documentation to IACM it will take 7 to 10 days to obtain clearance.

In addition to the above, it is essential that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation issues an official communication, notifying relevant Government departments and authorities of the mandate of the humanitarian organisation to respond to the emergency activity, in order to facilitate the decision-making process of the aviation regulatory bodies.

 

2.2.1 Mozambique Maputo International Airport

Airport Overview

Maputo airport is located three kilometres north of Maputo city.

It has a “4” aerodrome reference code and is capable of sustaining aeroplanes with a letter code up to “E”. The ATC approach is Cat I.

There are two terminals (Domestic and International) with three air bridges each and one cargo terminal.

Two handling companies and one catering company provide respective services to airlines.

The airport is open for operations 24 hours per day.  However, it closes 30 minutes before and after VIP flight arrival or departure.

 

Maputo International Airport website:

https://www.aeroportos.co.mz/aeroporto-de-maputo

Maputo Airport

Country

Mozambique

Province or District

Maputo

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Airport

Maputo, 3 km

Airport’s Complete Name

Maputo International Airport or

Mavalane International Airport

Latitude

-25.92086

Longitude

32.57254

Elevation (ft and m)

45 m (147 FT)

IATA Code

MPM

ICAO Code

FQMA

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Aeroportos de Moçambique (ADM)

Management Contact Person

Cândida Botelho - 843109373

Open From (hours)

00:00 Hrs

Open To (hours)

24:00 Hrs

Airport Pictures

 

Description and Contacts of Key Companies

The airlines operating in Maputo include:

LAM – Mozambique Airlines (www.lam.co.mz/)

SAA – South African Airways (www.flysaa.com/)

Ethiopian Airlines (www.ethiopianairlines.com/MZ/EN/)

Qatar Airways (www.qatarairways.com/)

Turkish Airlines (www.turkishairlines.com/)

TAP – Portuguese Airlines (http://www.flytap.com/)

Kenya Airways (www.kenya-airways.com/)

TAAG – Angola Airlines (www.taag.com/)

Fastjet (www.fastjet.com/)

The main handling company is MAHS (Mozambique Airport Handling Services): http://www.mahs.co.mz/

The catering company is SMS: http://www.smscatering.co.mz/

Passenger and Cargo Performance Indicator

The terminal has a capacity of 900,000 passengers a year and can serve up to 400 arriving and departing passengers per hour.

Performance for 2017

 

Per Year

Per Month

Per Day

Total Aircraft Movements

18,858

   

Total Passengers

940,762

   

Total Capacity of the Airport (mt)

     

Current Activity of the Airport (mt)

     

Current use by Humanitarian Flights (UNHAS)

No

   

Runways

Runway #1

Runway Dimensions

3,660 m x 45 m

Orientation

05/23

Surface

Flexible/Asphalt

Runway #2

Runway Dimensions

1,700 m x 45 m

Orientation

10/28

Surface

Flexible/Asphalt


Airport Infrastructure Details

Customs

Yes

JET A-1 fuel

Yes

Immigration

Yes

AVGAS 100

Yes

Terminal Building

Yes

Single Point Refuelling

Yes

Passenger Terminal

Yes

Air Starter Units

Yes

Cargo terminal

Yes

Ground Power (mobile)

Yes

Pax Transport to Airfield

Yes

Ground Handling Services

Yes

Control Tower

Yes

Latrine Servicing

Yes

Weather Facilities

Yes

Fire Fighting Category (9)

Yes

Catering Services

Yes

De-icing Equipment

No

Base Operating Room

Yes

Parking Ramp Lighting

Yes

Airport Radar

No

Approach & Runway Lights

Yes

NDB

No

VOR

Yes

ILS

Yes

   

Airport Operating Details

Operating Details

Maximum Sized Aircraft that can be Offloaded on Bulk Cargo

Reference code “E”

Maximum Sized Aircraft that can be Offloaded on Pallet

Reference code “E”

Total Aircraft Parking Area (m²)

 

Storage Area (m3 and mt)

 

Handling Equipment

Elevators / Hi Loaders

Yes

Max Capacity (mt)

14 tons

Max Height

(m)

B747 cabin height

Loading Ramps

Yes

Other Comments

 

Customs Guidance

Customs is operational 24 hours a day and has an office at airport. It normally takes 3-5 minutes for each passage in the passenger terminal. In the cargo terminal, it depends on the amount of goods to be cleared.

Storage Facilities

Arrangements for storage must be requested to MAHS 48 hours in advance.

Airfield Costs

NAVIGATION CHARGES

Charges

Aircraft Weight - MTOW (kg)

 

0 - 7,000

7,001 - 136,000

136,001 and over

Navigation (per journey) USD - $

23 - 56

56 - 342

342 - 540

Landing USD - $

5.5

5.5

5.5

Night Landing USD - $

±125

±125

±125

Night Take-Off USD - $

 

 

 

Parking

0.5/3h

0.5/3h

0.5/3h

Handling Charges

7.5

7.5

7.5


FUEL SERVICES CHARGES

 

Price per Litre USD - $

Jet A-1

0.34

Avgas

 


CARGO TERMINAL CHARGES

Import Charges

Type of Charge

Rate USD - $ per kg

Comments

Handling Charge

5-25

By operation

Break Bulk Fee

 

 

Diplomatic Mail

 

 

Strong Room – per consignment

 

 

Cold Storage Fee

 

 

Delivery Outside Normal Working Hours

 

 

Preparation of substitute AOA – Invoice – Receipt

 

 

Storage per Day

 

 

Export

Handling Charges – Un-palletized Cargo

 

 

International Air Waybill

 

 

Local Air Waybill

 

 

Air Way Bill Amendment - Cancellation

 

 

Air Way Bill Documentation

 

 

Diplomatic Mail

 

 

Storage Charges per Day

 

 


AIR-BRIDGE CHARGES

Weight

First Hour (USD)

Additional (USD)

0 – 40,000 kg

                               83.30

30/30 min or fraction

40,001 – 100,000 kg

                               89.25

40/30 min or fraction

100,001 – 190,000 kg

                               97.75

50/30 min or fraction

190,000 kg and over

                             110.50

60/30 min or fraction

Security

The airport has modern and up-to-date security screening equipment and procedures for both departing and arriving passengers. However, the control over luggage helpers present on the arrival and departure halls leaves leaves the airport open to regular security violations as there is frequent access to these restricted areas by these workers, not all of them in possession of the required permits.

 

2.2.2 Mozambique Beira International Airport

Airport Overview

The airport’s aerodrome reference code is “4”. It is capable of sustaining airplanes up to letter code “E”. It has one passenger terminal for both domestic and international flights, with no air bridge. ATC approach operations Cat I.

The airport closes 30 minutes before and after VIP flight arrival or departure.

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Mozambique

Province or District

Sofala

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Airport

Beira, 9.5 km to city

Airport’s Complete Name

Beira International Airport

Latitude

-19.79474

Longitude

34.91583

Elevation (ft and m)

8 m

IATA Code

BEW

ICAO Code

FQBR

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Aeroportos de Moçambique

Management Contact Person

Domingos Rodrigues +258825728840

Open From (hours)

00:00 HRS

Open To (hours)

24:00 HRS

Airport Pictures

Description and Contacts of Key Companies

LAM – Mozambique Airlines (www.lam.co.mz/)

Malawi Airlines (www.malawian-airlines.com/)

Fastjet (www.fastjet.com/)

 

Passenger and Cargo Performance Indicator

Performance for 2017

 

Per Year

Per Month

Per Day

Total Aircraft Movements

7,107

   

Total Passengers

186,533

   

Total Capacity of the Airport (mt)

     

Current Activity of the Airport (mt)

     

Current use by Humanitarian Flights (UNHAS)

No

   


Runways

Runway #1

Runway Dimensions

2.400 m x 45 m

Orientation

12/30

Surface

Asphalt

Runway #2

Runway Dimensions

1,698 m x 30 m

Orientation

17/35

Surface

Asphalt

 

Helicopter Pad(s)

Helipad #1

Present

No

Largest Helicopter that can Land

 

Width and Length (m)

 

Surface

 

 

Airport Infrastructure Details

Customs

Yes

JET A-1 fuel

Yes

Immigration

Yes

AVGAS 100

Yes

Terminal Building

Yes

Single Point Refuelling

No

Passenger Terminal

Yes

Air Starter Units

No

Cargo terminal

Yes

Ground Power (mobile)

Yes

PaxTransport to Airfield

No

Ground Handling Services

Yes

Control Tower

Yes

Latrine Servicing

Yes

Weather Facilities

Yes

Fire Fighting Category (ICAO)

6

Catering Services

 

De-icing Equipment

No

Base Operating Room

Yes

Parking Ramp Lighting

Yes

Airport Radar

No

Approach & Runway Lights

Yes

NDB

Yes

VOR

Yes

ILS

No

   

 

Airport Operating Details

Operating Details

Maximum Sized Aircraft that can be Offloaded on Bulk Cargo

Reference Code letter “E”

Maximum Sized Aircraft that can be Offloaded on Pallet

Reference Code letter “E”

Total Aircraft Parking Area (m²)

110,816.25

Storage Area (m3and mt)

 

Handling Equipment

Elevators / Hi Loaders

Yes

Max Capacity (mt)

14

Max Height

(m)

B747 cabin

Loading Ramps

Yes

Other Comments

 

Airfield Costs

NAVIGATION CHARGES

Charges

Aircraft Weight - MTOW (kg)

 

0 - 7,000

7,001 - 136,000

136,001 and over

Navigation (per journey) USD - $

23 - 56

56 - 342

342 - 540

Landing USD - $

5.5

5.5

5.5

Night Landing USD - $

±125

±125

±125

Night Take-Off USD - $

 

 

 

Parking

05/3h

0.5/3h

0.5/3h

Handling Charges

7.5

7.5

7.5


FUEL SERVICES CHARGES

 

Price per Litre USD - $

Jet A-1

0.34

Avgas

 

Mozambique - 2.2.3 Mozambique Inhambane National Airport

Airport Overview 

Inhambane Airport is a small domestic airport located in the Inhambane province of Mozambique. The airport serves as a gateway to the tourist destination of Tofo. The airport is regularly used by small regional airlines and charter flights that transport tourists to and from the region. One of the main issues with Inhambane Airport is its limited infrastructure and capacity. The airport only has one runway and a small terminal building. 

  • Inhambane Airport is an airport in Jangamo District, Inhambane Province, Mozambique. 

  • Regular flights: Maputo-Inhambane-Vilankulo, Vilankulo-Inhambane-Maputo (four times per week) 

  • Charter flights usually have departure in South Africa 

  • Aircrafts like Bombardier Q400 

Airport Location and Contact 

Country 

Mozambique 

Province or District 

Jangamo, Inhambane, Gaza 

Nearest Town or City  
with Distance from Airport 

Inhambane 

3 km 

Airport’s Complete Name 

Aeroporto de Inhambane 

Latitude 

-23.5200 

Longitude 

35.2500 

Elevation (ft and m) 

9 m 

IATA Code 

INH 

ICAO Code 

FQIN 

Managing Company or Airport Authority 

Aeroportos de Moçambique 

https://www.aeroportos.co.mz/aeroporto-d 

Management Contact Person 

Manuel Soares (+25829320312) 

NGO and/or UN Presence at Airport? 

No 

Airport Picture

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Runway(s) 

Runway #1 

Runway Dimensions 

1500 m x 30 m 

Runway Orientation 

16/34 

Runway Surface 

Asphalt 

Runway Condition 

Good 

Airport Infrastructure Details 

Infrastructure  

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening  

Yes 

Runway Lighting 

No 

Refueling Capacity 

Yes 

Ground Handling Services 

No 

Air Traffic Control  

No* 

Fire Fighting Equipment  

Yes 

Weather Information 

Yes 

Aircraft Parking Space 

Yes 

Navigation Aids  

Yes 

Perimeter Fencing  

Yes 

Windsock  

Yes 

 

 

* Aerodrome flight information service (AFIS) 

Fuel Services Charges 

Supplier Petromoc  

  • Jet A1 - 1 tanks with 30,000 l capacity. 24h for restocking.  

  • Payment with POS not working. Contact Sales Dept. for bank transfer. 

  • Management Contact Person: Emilio Alfredo (84/877312000, 879920335) 

  

 

Price per Litre (Feb’23) 

Jet A-1 

USD 1.3188/l, USD 0.005/l (airport tax), USD 0.0157/l (fuel tax), USD 0.0510/l (customs duty) 

Avgas 

Not available 

 

Mozambique - 2.2.4 Mozambique Vilankulo National Airport

Airport Overview 

Vilankulo Airport is located in the southern part of Mozambique, serving the coastal town of Vilankulo. The airport is regularly used by tourists traveling to the nearby Bazaruto Archipelago. The airport also plays an important role in supporting the local economy, particularly through the transportation of goods and supplies. The runway is relatively short, measuring under 1,500 m, which can make it difficult for larger aircraft to land and take off safely. 

  • Regular flights: Maputo-Inhambane-Vilankulo, Vilankulo-Inhambane-Maputo (four times per week) 

  • Charter flights usually have departure in South Africa and Zimbabwe 

  • Aircrafts like Bombardier Q400 and Embraer 190 

 

Airport Location and Contact 

Country 

Mozambique 

Province or District 

Inhambane 

Nearest Town or City  
with Distance from Airport 

Vilankulo 

4 km 

Airport’s Complete Name 

Aeroporto de Vilankulo 

Latitude 

-22.018 

Longitude 

35.313 

Elevation (ft and m) 

12 m 

IATA Code 

VNX 

ICAO Code 

FQVL 

Managing Company or Airport Authority 

Aeroportos de Moçambique 

https://www.aeroportos.co.mz/aeroporto-de-vilankulo 

Management Contact Person 

Jerónimo Tambajane (+258844932206) 

NGO and/or UN Presence at Airport? 

No 

Airport Picture

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Runway(s) 

Runway #1 

Runway Dimensions 

1,470 m x 30 m 

Runway Orientation 

 17/35 

Runway Surface 

Asphalt 

Runway Condition 

Good 

 

Runway #2 

Runway Dimensions 

 

Runway Orientation 

 10/28 

Runway Surface 

Asphalt 

Runway Condition 

Bad 

Airport Infrastructure Details 

Infrastructure  

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening  

Yes 

Runway Lighting 

Yes 

Refueling Capacity 

Yes 

Ground Handling Services 

No 

Air Traffic Control  

Yes (FIS) 

Fire Fighting Equipment  

Yes 

Weather Information 

Yes 

Aircraft Parking Space 

Yes 

Navigation Aids  

Yes 

Perimeter Fencing  

Yes 

Windsock  

Yes 

 

 

Fuel Services Charges 

Supplier BP  

  • Jet A1 - 2 tanks with 50,000 liters and 20,000 liters capacity, and 18,000 liters on Aircraft Refuelling Truck. 24h for restocking.  

  • Avgas - 1 tank with 30,000 liters capacity, 24h for restocking  

  • Payment with POS; for bank transfer contact Sales Department   (Celia Pava 843156560, Dalva Macheve 855974096). Payment also possible via fuel.rocketroute.com  

  • Management Contact Person: Ilário (849667299), Rafael (844541123), Emildo (842805349) 

 

 

Price per Litre USD - $ (Feb’23) 

Jet A-1 

1.53 $/l, 0.005 $/l (refuelling tax), 0.02 $/l (fuel tax)  

Avgas 

2.58 $/l, 0.005 $/l (refuelling tax), 0.07 $/l (fuel tax), 0.44 $/l (VAT) 

 

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Mozambique - 2.2.5 Mozambique Quelimane National Airport

Airport Overview 

Quelimane Airport is a regional airport located in the Zambezia Province of Mozambique. It is the main airport serving the city of Quelimane and the surrounding areas. The airport has a single runway, measuring under 2,000 m long and can accommodate small to medium-sized aircraft such as Boeing 737s and ATR 42s. The airport primarily handles domestic flights within Mozambique. 

  • Regular flights: Maputo-Quelimane, Quelimane-Maputo (daily) 

  • Aircrafts like Bombardier Q400 

Airport Location and Contact 

Country 

Mozambique 

Province or District 

Zambézia 

Nearest Town or City  
with Distance from Airport 

Quelimane 

3 km 

Airport’s Complete Name 

Aeroporto de Quelimane 

Latitude 

-17.855 

Longitude 

36.869 

Elevation (ft and m) 

11 m 

IATA Code 

UEL 

ICAO Code 

FQQL 

Managing Company or Airport Authority 

Aeroporto de Moçambique 

https://www.aeroportos.co.mz/aeroporto-de-quelimane 

Management Contact Person 

Mauricio Alfredo (84/873850840) 

NGO and/or UN Presence at Airport? 

No 

Airport Picture

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Runway(s) 

Runway #1 

Runway Dimensions 

1,800 m x 45 m 

Runway Orientation 

 18/36 

Runway Surface 

Asphalt 

Runway Condition 

Good 

Airport Infrastructure Details 

Infrastructure  

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening  

Yes 

Runway Lighting 

Yes 

Refueling Capacity 

Yes 

Ground Handling Services 

No 

Air Traffic Control  

Yes 

Fire Fighting Equipment  

Yes 

Weather Information 

Yes 

Aircraft Parking Space 

Yes 

Navigation Aids  

Yes 

Perimeter Fencing  

Yes 

Windsock  

Yes 

 

 

Fuel Services Charges 

Supplier BP  

  • Jet A1 - 2 tanks with 55,000 liters and 80,000 liters capacity, and 20,000 liters on Aircraft Refuelling Truck. 48/72h for restocking.  

  • Payment with POS; for bank transfer contact Sales Department (Celia Pava 843156560, Dalva Macheve 855974096). Payment also possible via fuel.rocketroute.com.   

  • Management Contact Person: Chico Boa (845785713) 

 

 

Price per Litre USD - $ (Feb’23) 

Jet A-1 

1.60 $/l, 0.005 $/l (refuelling tax), 0.02 $/l (fuel tax)  

Avgas 

Not available 

 

 
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2.2.6 Mozambique Nampula International Airport

Airport Overview

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Mozambique

Province or District

Nampula

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Airport

Nampula, 3 km

Airport’s Complete Name

Nampula International Airport

Latitude

-15.10571

Longitude

39.28174

Elevation (ft and m)

440m

IATA Code

APL

ICAO Code

FQNP

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Aeroportos de Moçambique

Management Contact Person

Helder Sarmento +258828085320

Open From (hours)

06:00

Open To (hours)

20:00

Airport Picture

 

Passenger and Cargo Performance Indicator

Performance for 2017

 

Per Year

Per Month

Per Day

Total Aircraft Movements

5,666

   

Total Passengers

156,538

   

Total Capacity of the Airport (mt)

     

Current Activity of the Airport (mt)

     

Current use by Humanitarian Flights (UNHAS)

No

   


Runways

Runway #1

Runway Dimensions

2,000 m x 45 m

Orientation

05/23

Surface

Asphalt

Runway #2

Runway Dimensions

1,500 m x 45 m

Orientation

 

Surface

Gravel

 

Helicopter Pad(s)

Helipad #1

Present

No

Largest Helicopter that can Land

 

Width and Length (m)

 

Surface

 


Airport Infrastructure Details

Customs

Yes

JET A-1 fuel

Yes

Immigration

Yes

AVGAS 100

Yes

Terminal Building

Yes

Single Point Refuelling

No

Passenger Terminal

Yes

Air Starter Units

 

Cargo terminal

Yes

Ground Power (mobile)

 

Pax Transport to Airfield

No

Ground Handling Services

Yes

Control Tower

Yes

Latrine Servicing

Yes

Weather Facilities

Yes

Fire Fighting Category (ICAO)

6

Catering Services

 

De-icing Equipment

No

Base Operating Room

Yes

Parking Ramp Lighting

Yes

Airport Radar

No

Approach & Runway Lights

Yes

NDB

Yes

VOR

Yes

ILS

No

   


Airport Operating Details

Operating Details

Maximum Sized Aircraft that can be Offloaded on Bulk Cargo

B737 – 500

Maximum Sized Aircraft that can be Offloaded on Pallet

 

Total Aircraft Parking Area (m²)

41,477.50

Storage Area (m3and mt)

 

Handling Equipment

Elevators / Hi Loaders

Yes

Max Capacity (mt)

 

Max Height

(m)

 

Loading Ramps

Yes

Other Comments

 

 

Airfield Costs

NAVIGATION CHARGES

Charges

Aircraft Weight - MTOW (kg)

 

0 - 7,000

7,001 - 136,000

136,001 and over

Navigation (per journey) USD - $

23 - 56

56 - 342

342 - 540

Landing USD - $

5.5

5.5

5.5

Night Landing USD - $

±125

±125

±125

Night Take-Off USD - $

 

 

 

Parking

0.5/3h

0.5/3h

0.5/3h

Handling Charges

7.5

7.5

7.5


FUEL SERVICES CHARGES

 

Price per Litre USD - $

Jet A-1

0.96 (MZN 7,59)

Avgas

1.96 (MZN 119,78)


CARGO TERMINAL CHARGES

Import Charges

Type of Charge

Rate USD - $ per kg

Comments

Handling Charge

5-25

By operation

Break Bulk Fee

 

 

Diplomatic Mail

 

 

Strong Room – per consignment

 

 

Cold Storage Fee

 

 

Delivery Outside Normal Working Hours

 

 

Preparation of substitute AOA – Invoice – Receipt

 

 

Storage per Day

 

 

Export

Handling Charges – Un-palletized Cargo

 

 

International Air Waybill

 

 

Local Air Waybill

 

 

Air Way Bill Amendment - Cancellation

 

 

Air Way Bill Documentation

 

 

Diplomatic Mail

 

 

Storage Charges per Day

 

 

Mozambique - 2.2.7 Mozambique Tete National Airport

Airport Overview 

Tete Airport is a regional airport located in the Tete province of Mozambique. It serves as a major transportation hub for the region, with regular commercial flights to Maputo, Johannesburg, and other nearby cities. The airport also supports the transportation needs of the mining industry, as Tete province is home to significant coal deposits. 

  • Regular flights:  

  • LAM: Maputo-Tete-Maputo (everyday, twice a day);  

  • Airlink: Tete-Johannesburg-Tete (Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri)  

  • Charter flights usually have departure in South Africa, Malawi and Zimbabwe 

  • Aircrafts like Boeing 737, Bombardier Q400 and Embraer 190 operated by LAM; Embraer 135-140 operated by Airlink 

Airport Location and Contact 

Country 

Mozambique 

Province or District 

Tete, Tete 

Nearest Town or City  
with Distance from Airport 

Tete 

7.5km 

Airport’s Complete Name 

Tete airport 

Latitude 

-16.108089  

Longitude 

33.640225  

Elevation (ft and m) 

160 m 

IATA Code 

TET 

ICAO Code 

FQTT 

Managing Company or Airport Authority 

Aeroportos de Mocambique 

https://www.aeroportos.co.mz/aeroporto-de-tete 

Management Contact Person 

Laine Inacio (843890794, 873527354) 

NGO and/or UN Presence at Airport? 

No 

Airport Picture

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Runway(s) 

Runway #1 

Runway Dimensions 

2,500 m x 45 m 

Runway Orientation 

 01/19 

Runway Surface 

Asphalt 

Runway Condition 

Good 

Airport Infrastructure Details 

Infrastructure  

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening  

Yes 

Runway Lighting 

Yes 

Refueling Capacity 

Yes 

Ground Handling Services 

Yes 

Air Traffic Control  

Yes 

Fire Fighting Equipment  

Yes 

Weather Information 

Yes 

Aircraft Parking Space 

Yes 

Navigation Aids (VOR/DME) 

Yes 

Perimeter Fencing  

Yes 

Windsock  

Yes 

 

 

Fuel Services Charges 

Supplier BP  

  • Jet A1 - 2 tanks with 83,000 l capacity, and 18,000 l on Aircraft Refuelling Truck. 48/72h for restocking.  

  • Payment with POS; for bank transfer contact Sales Department (Celia Pava 843156560, Dalva Macheve 855974096). Payment also possible via fuel.rocketroute.com.   

  • Management Contact Person: Arlindo Rodolfo (846882611, 822987130) 

 

 

Price per Litre USD - $ (Feb’23) 

Jet A-1 

1.44 $/l, 0.005 $/l (refuelling tax), 0.02 $/l (fuel tax)  

Avgas 

Not available 

 

Supplier Petromoc  

  • Jet A1 - 2 tanks with 35,000 l and 28,000 l capacity, and 20,200 l on Aircraft Refuelling Truck. 48/72h for restocking.  

  • Payment with POS. Contact Sales Dept. for bank transfer. 

  • Management Contact Person: Lourenço Nhamusso (846427272, 876427272) 

  

 

Price per Litre USD - $ (Feb’23) 

Jet A-1 

1.301 $/l, 0.005 $/l (airport tax), 0.0157 $/l (fuel tax), 0.0487 $/l (customs duty) 

Avgas 

Not available 

 

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Mozambique - 2.2.8 Mozambique Pemba National Airport

Airport Overview 

The Pemba Airport is located in northern Mozambique's Cabo Delgado province. The airport has a single runway and terminal building. It is operated by Aeroportos de Moçambique. The airport is regularly used by both commercial and charter flights, serving various airlines such as LAM Mozambique Airlines, Astral aviation and Airlink. 

  • Regular flights:  

  • LAM:  Maputo-Pemba-Maputo (Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sun)  - Maputo-Pemba-Dar es Salaam (Tue, Sat) 

  • Airlink: Tete-Johannesburg-Tete (Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri)  

  • UNHAS: 7 destinations with 2 fixed-wing and 1 rotary-wing 

  • Charter flights usually have departure from Pemba to Lugenda, Kambako (Niassa), Palma, Mocimboa, Ibo (Cabo Delgado) 

  • Aircrafts like Boeing 737, Bombardier Q400 and Embraer 190 operated by LAM; Embraer 135-140 operated by Airlink 

Airport Location and Contact 

Country 

Mozambique 

Province or District 

Cabo Delgado, Pemba 

Nearest Town or City 
with Distance from Airport 

Pemba 

5 km 

Airport’s Complete Name 

 Aeroporto de Pemba 

Latitude 

-12.987 

Longitude 

40.522 

Elevation (ft and m) 

103 m 

IATA Code 

POL 

ICAO Code 

FQPB 

Managing Company or Airport Authority 

Aeroportos de Moçambique 

https://www.aeroportos.co.mz/aeroporto-de-pemba 

Management Contact Person 

Eduardo Mutereda (84/82 513 5860)   

NGO and/or UN Presence at Airport? 

Yes, UNHAS 

Airport Picture

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Runway(s) 

Runway #1 

Runway Dimensions 

1,800 m x 45 m 

Runway Orientation 

 35/17 

Runway Surface 

Asphalt 

Runway Condition 

Good 

Airport Infrastructure Details 

Infrastructure  

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening  

Yes 

Runway Lighting 

Yes 

Refueling Capacity 

Yes 

Ground Handling Services 

Yes 

Air Traffic Control  

Yes 

Fire Fighting Equipment  

Yes 

Weather Information 

Yes 

Aircraft Parking Space 

Yes 

Navigation Aids  

Yes (NDB) 

Perimeter Fencing  

Yes 

Windsock  

Yes 

 

 

Fuel Services Charges 

Supplier BP  

  • Jet A1 - 4 tanks with 22,000 liter capacity each, and 22,000 liter on Aircraft Refuelling Truck. 24/48h for restocking.  

  • Avgas - 1 tank with 32,000 liter capacity, 24/48h for restocking  

  • Payment: with POS; for bank transfer contact Sales Department (Celia Pava 843156560 - Dalva Macheve 855974096). Payment also possible via fuel.rocketroute.com.  

  • Management Contact Person: Celso Monguambe +258 853135260 

 

Price per Litre USD - $ (Feb’23) 

Jet A-1 

1.42 $/l, 0.005 $/l (refuelling tax), 0.02 $/l (fuel tax)  

Avgas 

2.68 $/l, 0.005 $/l (refuelling tax), 0.07 $/l (fuel tax), 0.46 $/l (VAT) 

 

Supplier Petromoc  

  • Jet A1 - 3 tanks with 25,000 liter, 25,000 liter, and 80,000 liter capacity, and 20,000 liter on Aircraft Refuelling Truck. From 24h to 48h for restocking.  

  • Payment with POS; for bank transfer contact Sales Department. 

  • Management Contact Person: Narciso Mabessa (829091923, 843605394) 

  

 

Price per Litre USD - $ (Feb’23) 

Jet A-1 

1.301 $/l, 0.005 $/l (airport tax), 0.0157 $/l (fuel tax), 0.0487 $/l (customs duty) 

Avgas 

Not available 

 

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Mozambique - 2.2.9 Mozambique Lichinga National Airport

Airport Overview 

Lichinga Airport is in the Niassa province of northern Mozambique. The airport is a small regional airport, serving the city of Lichinga and the surrounding area. The airport is mainly used for domestic flights, with regular connections to the Mozambican capital, Maputo, and other cities in Mozambique. 

  • Regular flights: Maputo-Nampula-Lichinga (Tue, Thu, Sat, Sun) 

  • Charter flights by Mozambique Leaf Tobacco from Lilongwe (Exports by rail via Cuamba and Nacala, or by road via Malawi and Tete) 

  • Aircrafts like Boeing 737, Bombardier Q400 and Embraer 190 

Airport Location and Contact 

Country 

Mozambique 

Province or District 

Lichinga, Niassa 

Nearest Town or City  
with Distance from Airport 

Lichinga

7 km 

Airport’s Complete Name 

Aerodromo de Lichinga 

Latitude 

-13.27399  

Longitude 

35.26626

Elevation (ft and m) 

1,369 m  

IATA Code 

VXC 

ICAO Code 

FQLC 

Managing Company or Airport Authority 

Aeroportos de Mocambique 

https://www.aeroportos.co.mz/aeroporto-de-lichinga 

Management Contact Person 

Sheila Chemane (+258864905310, +258845506387) 

NGO and/or UN Presence at Airport? 

No 

Airport Picture

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Runway(s) 

Runway #1 

Runway Dimensions 

2,530 m x 45 m 

Runway Orientation 

08/26 

Runway Surface 

Asphalt 

Runway Condition 

Good 

Airport Infrastructure Details 

Infrastructure  

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening  

Yes 

Runway Lighting 

Yes 

Refueling Capacity 

No 

Ground Handling Services 

Yes (managed by LAM) 

Air Traffic Control  

Yes 

Fire Fighting Equipment  

Yes 

Weather Information 

Yes 

Aircraft Parking Space 

Yes 

Navigation Aids  

Yes 

Perimeter Fencing  

Yes 

Windsock  

Yes 

 

 

Fuel Services Charges 

No refuelling capacity. Equipment available but not operational. 

 

2.2.10 Mozambique Nacala International Airport

Airport Overview

Formerly a military airport, Nacala airport underwent a major redevelopment to convert it to commercial use, due to the rising importance of the northern transport corridor and planned economic development for the northern provinces of Tete, Nampula, Niassa and Cabo Delgado. The redeveloped airport opened in 2014.

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Mozambique

Province or District

Nampula

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Airport

Nacala, 20 km

Airport’s Complete Name

Nacala International Airport

Latitude

-14.488

Longitude

40.712

Elevation (ft. and m)

125 m

IATA Code

MNC

ICAO Code

FQNC

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Aeroportos de Moçambique

Management Contact Person

Jose Candrinho

(+258828994324)

Open From (hours)

08:00

Open To (hours)

16:00

Airport Picture

 

Passenger and Cargo Performance Indicator

The airport is brand new and is only operating at less than 10% capacity due to the economic crisis that has affected Mozambique’s growth since 2015. However, a significant increase in traffic is expected following resumption of various economic activities and key mining and agricultural projects in the north of the country. The development prospects of the port of Nacala, (a USD 300 million rehabilitation and upgrading programme of which has just started), will also certainly contribute to the rise of both national and international passenger traffic.

 

Performance for 2017

 

Per Year

Per Month

Per Day

Total Aircraft Movements

586

   

Total Passengers

16,483

   

Total Capacity of the Airport (mt)

5,000

   

Current Activity of the Airport (mt)

200

   

Current use by Humanitarian Flights (UNHAS)

No

   

Runway

The runway was completely rehabilitated recently (4 years ago).

Runway #1

Runway Dimensions

3,100 m x 45 m

Orientation

01/19

Surface

Asphalt

 

Helicopter Pad(s)

Helipad #1

Present

No

Largest Helicopter that can Land

 

Width and Length (m)

 

Surface

 

 

Airport Infrastructure Details

Customs

Yes

JET A-1 fuel

Yes

Immigration

Yes

AVGAS 100

No

Terminal Building

Yes

Single Point Refuelling

No

Passenger Terminal

Yes

Air Starter Units

No

Cargo terminal

Yes

Ground Power (mobile)

No

Pax Transport to Airfield

No

Ground Handling Services

Yes

Control Tower

Yes

Latrine Servicing

Yes

Weather Facilities

Yes

Fire Fighting Category (ICAO)

6

Catering Services

No

De-icing Equipment

No

Base Operating Room

Yes

Parking Ramp Lighting

Yes

Airport Radar

No

Approach & Runway Lights

Yes

NDB

No

VOR

Yes

ILS

Yes

   

 

Airport Operating Details

Operating Details

Maximum Sized Aircraft that can be Offloaded on Bulk Cargo

Boeing 747

Maximum Sized Aircraft that can be Offloaded on Pallet

 

Total Aircraft Parking Area (m²)

 

Storage Area (m3and mt)

 

Handling Equipment

Elevators / Hi Loaders

Yes

Max Capacity (mt)

 

Max Height (m)

 

Loading Ramps

Yes

Other Comments

 

Airfield Costs

NAVIGATION CHARGES

Charges

Aircraft Weight - MTOW (kg)

 

0 - 7,000

7,001 - 136,000

136,001 and over

Navigation (per journey) USD - $

23 - 56

56 - 342

342 - 540

Landing USD - $

5.5

5.5

5.5

Night Landing USD - $

±125

±125

±125

Night Take-Off USD - $

 

 

 

Parking

0.5/3h

0.5/3h

0.5/3h

Handling Charges

7.5

7.5

7.5


FUEL SERVICES CHARGES

 

Price per Litre USD - $

Jet A-1

0.88 (54.00 MZN)

Avgas

 


CARGO TERMINAL CHARGES

Import Charges

Type of Charge

Rate USD - $ per kg

Comments

Handling Charge

 

 

Break Bulk Fee

 

 

Diplomatic Mail

 

 

Strong Room – per consignment

 

 

Cold Storage Fee

 

 

Delivery Outside Normal Working Hours

 

 

Preparation of substitute AOA – Invoice – Receipt

 

 

Storage per Day

 

 

Export

Handling Charges – Un-palletized Cargo

 

 

International Air Waybill

 

 

Local Air Waybill

 

 

Air Way Bill Amendment - Cancellation

 

 

Air Way Bill Documentation

 

 

Diplomatic Mail

 

 

Storage Charges per Day

 

 

AIR-BRIDGE CHARGES

n.a.

Security

The airport has the most up-to-date security screening facilities for passengers and cargo.



Mozambique - 2.2.11 Mozambique Caia National Airport

Airport Overview 

Caia Airport is located in the Sofala province of Mozambique. It is a small airport that primarily serves the local community. The airport has a single runway and limited facilities, but it is capable of handling small and medium-sized aircraft. The airport is managed by Serviço Distrital de Planeamento e Infraestruras (SDPI). 

Caia Airport faces several challenges. One issue is the condition of the runway, which may not be suitable for larger aircraft or during adverse weather conditions. Communications infrastructure in the area may also be limited, which could impact the ability of pilots and air traffic controllers to communicate effectively. There are no regular flights. 

Airport Location and Contact 

Country 

Mozambique 

Province or District 

Sofala 

Nearest Town or City  
with Distance from Airport 

Caia 

1 km 

Airport’s Complete Name 

Aerodromo de Caia 

Latitude 

-17.83476 

Longitude 

35.33478 

Elevation (ft and m) 

31 m 

IATA Code 

CMZ 

ICAO Code 

FQCA 

Managing Company or Airport Authority 

SDPI (Serviço Distrital de Planeamento e Infraestruras) 

Management Contact Person 

Beta da Silva (+258845520000) 

NGO and/or UN Presence at Airport? 

No 

Airport Picture

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Runway(s) 

Runway #1 

Runway Dimensions 

900 m x 20 m 

Runway Orientation 

 9/27 

Runway Surface 

Asphalt 

Runway Condition 

Bad (potholes) 

Airport Infrastructure Details 

Infrastructure  

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening  

No 

Runway Lighting 

No 

Refueling Capacity 

No 

Ground Handling Services 

No 

Air Traffic Control  

No 

Fire Fighting Equipment  

No 

Weather Information 

No 

Aircraft Parking Space 

Yes 

Navigation Aids  

No 

Perimeter Fencing  

No 

Windsock  

No 

 

 

Fuel Services Charges 

There are no fuel services. The Aircraft Refuelling Truck comes from Beira. 

Mozambique - 2.2.12 Mozambique Songo National Airport

Airport Overview 

Songo Airport is a small airport located in the Tete province of Mozambique, primarily used for general aviation and private flights. It has a single runway that is 900 m long and can accommodate small aircraft such as Cessnas and helicopters. The airport is primarily used by companies (Hidroeléctrica de Cahora Bassa - HCB) in the area to transport their employees and equipment.

There are no regular flights, only charter flights. 

Airport Location and Contact 

Country 

Mozambique 

Province or District 

Tete, Cahora Bassa 

Nearest Town or City  
with Distance from Airport 

Songo 

1 km 

Airport’s Complete Name 

Aerodromo de Songo 

Latitude 

-15.603 

Longitude 

32.773 

Elevation (ft and m) 

881 m 

IATA Code 

-    

ICAO Code 

FQSG 

Managing Company or Airport Authority 

Aeroportos de Mocambique 

Management Contact Person 

Laine Inacio (843890794, 873527354) 

NGO and/or UN Presence at Airport? 

No 

Airport Picture

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Runway(s) 

Runway #1 

Runway Dimensions 

900 m x 30 m 

Runway Orientation 

17/35 

Runway Surface 

Asphalt 

Runway Condition 

Good 

Airport Infrastructure Details 

Infrastructure  

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening  

No 

Runway Lighting 

No 

Refueling Capacity 

No 

Ground Handling Services 

No 

Air Traffic Control  

No 

Fire Fighting Equipment  

No 

Weather Information 

Yes 

Aircraft Parking Space 

Yes 

Navigation Aids (VHF) 

Yes 

Perimeter Fencing  

No 

Windsock  

Yes 

 

 

Fuel Services Charges 

There are no fuel services. The Aircraft Refuelling Truck comes from Beira. 

Mozambique - 2.2.13 Mozambique Xai Xai National Airport

Airport Overview 

Filipe Jacinto Nyusi Airport ( Xai Xai Airport) is a regional airport located 32 km from Xai-Xai, the capital of the Gaza province in Mozambique. Inaugurated in 29 November 2021, the infrastructure has capacity for 220.000 passengers per year. It has a single runway that is 1,800 meters long and can accommodate small to medium-sized aircraft such as Boeing 737s and Airbus A320s. The airport serves as a vital transportation hub for the region, with regular commercial flights to Maputo. It also supports the transportation needs of the tourism and agricultural industries in the area. 

  • Regular flights: Maputo-Xai Xai-Beira on Friday, Beira-Xai Xai-Maputo on Monday 

  • Charter flights usually have departure in South Africa and Zimbabwe  

  • Aeronaves like Embraer 145 and Bombardier Q400 

 

Airport Location and Contact 

Country 

Mozambique 

Province or District 

Nhacutse, Chongoene, Gaza 

Nearest Town or City  
with Distance from Airport 

Xai Xai 

30 km 

Airport’s Complete Name 

Aeroporto Filipe Jacinto Nyusi 

Latitude 

-24.892894 

Longitude 

33.753042 

Elevation (ft and m) 

97 m 

IATA Code 

VJB 

ICAO Code 

FQXA 

Managing Company or Airport Authority 

Aeroportos de Moçambique 

Management Contact Person 

Jacinto Mudaca (+258823885949, +258849008170, 28241104/5) 

NGO and/or UN Presence at Airport? 

No 

Airport Picture

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Runway(s) 

Runway #1 

Runway Dimensions 

1800 m x 45 m 

Runway Orientation 

 02/20 

Runway Surface 

Concrete 

Runway Condition 

New 

Airport Infrastructure Details 

Infrastructure  

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening  

Yes 

Runway Lighting 

Yes 

Refueling Capacity 

Yes 

Ground Handling Services 

Yes 

Air Traffic Control  

Yes 

Fire Fighting Equipment  

Yes 

Weather Information 

Yes 

Aircraft Parking Space 

Yes 

Navigation Aids  

Yes 

Perimeter Fencing  

Yes 

Windsock  

Yes 

 

 

Fuel Services Charges 

Supplier Petromoc  

  • Jet A1 - 1 tank with 30,000 l, and 20,000 l on Aircraft Refuelling Truck. 24h for restocking.  

  • Payment with POS not working; for bank transfer contact Sales Department. 

  • Management Contact Person: Ilidio dos Santos Marques (84/864586099) 

  

 

Price per Litre USD - $ (Feb’23) 

Jet A-1 

1.3188 $/l, 0.005 $/l (airport tax), 0.0157 $/l (fuel tax), 0.0510 $/l (customs duty) 

Avgas 

Not available 

 

Disclaimer: Inclusion of company information in the LCA does not imply any business relationship between the supplier and WFP / Logistics Cluster, and is used solely as a determinant of services, and capacities.  

Please note: WFP / Logistics Cluster maintain complete impartiality and are not in a position to endorse, comment on any company's suitability as a reputable service provider. 

 

 

2.2.14 Mozambique Mocimboa da Praia National Airport

Airport Overview

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Mozambique

Province or District

Cabo Delgado

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Airport

Mocímboa da Praia, 2 km

Airport’s Complete Name

 

Latitude

-11.362

Longitude

40.355

Elevation (ft and m)

36 m

IATA Code

MZB

ICAO Code

FQMP

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Aeroportos de Moçambique

Management Contact Person

 

NGO and/or UN Presence at Airport?

No

Airport Picture

Runway(s)

Runway #1

Runway Dimensions

2,000 m x 45 m

Runway Orientation

 

Runway Surface

Asphalt

Runway Condition

 

Airport Infrastructure Details

Infrastructure

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening

 

Runway Lighting

Yes

Refuelling Capacity

 

Ground Handling Services

 No

Air Traffic Control

Yes (AIS)

Fire Fighting Equipment

Yes

Weather Information

Yes

Aircraft Parking Space

Yes

Navigation Aids

No

Perimeter Fencing

 

Windsock

Yes

 

 

Fuel Services Charges

 

Price per Litre USD - $

Jet A-1

0.34 plus transport costs from Nacala

Avgas

 

2.2.15 Mozambique Ponta de Ouro National Airport

Airport Overview

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Mozambique

Province or District

Maputo

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Airport

Ponta do Ouro, 5 km

Airport’s Complete Name

 

Latitude

-26.82666667

Longitude

32.83833333

Elevation (ft and m)

28 m

IATA Code

PDD

ICAO Code

FQPO

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Aeroportos de Moçambique

Management Contact Person

 

NGO and/or UN Presence at Airport?

No


Airport Picture 

Runway(s)

Runway #1

Runway Dimensions

7,500 m x 25 m

Runway Orientation

 

Runway Surface

Asphalt

Runway Condition

 

 

Airport Infrastructure Details

Infrastructure

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening

No

Runway Lighting

No

Refueling Capacity

No

Ground Handling Services

 No

Air Traffic Control

No

Fire Fighting Equipment

 No

Weather Information

No

Aircraft Parking Space

Yes

Navigation Aids

No

Perimeter Fencing

 

Windsock

Yes

 

 

Fuel Services Charges

 

Price per Litre USD - $

Jet A-1

0.34 plus transport costs from Maputo

Avgas

 

Mozambique - 2.2.16 Mozambique Cuamba National Airport

Airport Overview 

Cuamba Airport is a small airport located in the Niassa Province of Mozambique, serving the town of Cuamba and the surrounding region. The airport is managed by Forças Armadas de Defesa de Moçambique (FADM). It faces several challenges, including a lack of modern equipment, limited communications, and inadequate security measures. It has a single asphalt runway in poor condition. There are no scheduled flights in or out of the city. 

Airport Location and Contact 

Country 

Mozambique 

Province or District 

Niassa 

Nearest Town or City  
with Distance from Airport 

Cuamba 

2 km 

Airport’s Complete Name 

Aeroporto de Cuamba 

Latitude 

-14.81722 

Longitude 

36.53167 

Elevation (ft and m) 

597 m 

IATA Code 

FXO 

ICAO Code 

FQCB 

Managing Company or Airport Authority 

FADM 

Management Contact Person 

FADM 

NGO and/or UN Presence at Airport? 

No 

Airport Picture

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Runway(s) 

Runway #1 

Runway Dimensions 

2,500 m x 30 m 

Runway Orientation 

04/22 

Runway Surface 

Asphalt 

Runway Condition 

No potholes 
Many cracks 

Airport Infrastructure Details 

Infrastructure  

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening  

No 

Runway Lighting 

No 

Refueling Capacity 

No 

Ground Handling Services 

No 

Air Traffic Control  

No 

Fire Fighting Equipment  

No 

Weather Information 

No 

Aircraft Parking Space 

Yes  

Navigation Aids  

No 

Perimeter Fencing  

No 

Windsock  

Yes 

 

 

Fuel Services Charges 

Fuel services are not available in town, can only be supplied from Nampula. 

Mozambique - 2.2.17 Mozambique Chimoio National Airport

Airport Overview

Chimoio Airport is a small airport located in the Manica province of Mozambique. The airport serves the city of Chimoio and the surrounding regions, providing both domestic and international flights. The airport's runway is approximately 2,400 m long and can accommodate small and medium-sized aircraft. 

  • Chimoio Airport is an airport in Chimoio District, Manica Province, Mozambique  

  • Regular flights: Maputo-Chimoio-Maputo (everyday) 

  • Charter flights usually have departure in South Africa and Zimbabwe 

  • Aircrafts like Bombardier Q400 and Embraer 190 

https://www.aeroportos.co.mz/aeroporto-de-chimoio 

 

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Mozambique

Province or District

Manica

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Airport

Chimoio, 8 km

Airport’s Complete Name

Aeroporto de Chimoio 

Latitude

-19.151

Longitude

33.429

Elevation (ft and m)

697 m

IATA Code

VPY

ICAO Code

FQCH

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Aeroportos de Moçambique

Management Contact Person

Imeldina Mubai (+258878575100, +258827575100)  

Manuel Nassama (+258840140139) 

NGO and/or UN Presence at Airport?

No

 

Airport Pictures

 

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Runway(s)

Runway #1

Runway Dimensions

2,400 m x 45 m 

Runway Orientation

01/19

Runway Surface

Asphalt

Runway Condition

Reasonable

 

Airport Infrastructure Details

Infrastructure

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening

Yes

Runway Lighting

Yes

Refuelling Capacity

No

Ground Handling Services

 No

Air Traffic Control

Yes (AIS)

Fire Fighting Equipment

Yes

Weather Information

Yes

Aircraft Parking Space

Yes

Navigation Aids

Yes (NDB)

Perimeter Fencing

Yes

Windsock

Yes

 

 

 

Fuel Services Charges 

There are no fuel services. The Aircraft Refuelling Truck comes from Beira. 

Mozambique - 2.2.18 Mozambique Ulongwe National Airport

Airport Overview 

Ulongwe Airport is located in the Tete province of Mozambique. It is a small regional airport that serves as a transportation hub for the surrounding communities, including agricultural activities. The airport is mostly used for domestic flights, with limited international services. 

The Airport faces several challenges. One issue is the condition of the runway, which may not be suitable for larger aircraft or during adverse weather conditions. Communications infrastructure in the area may also be limited, which could impact the ability of pilots and air traffic controllers to communicate effectively. There are no regular flights, only charter flights. 

Airport Location and Contact 

Country 

Mozambique 

Province or District 

Tete, Angonia 

Nearest Town or City  
with Distance from Airport 

Ulongwe 

1 km 

Airport’s Complete Name 

Aerodromo de Ulongwe 

Latitude 

-14.700000  

Longitude 

34.354167  

Elevation (ft and m) 

1,293.287 m 

IATA Code 

-    

ICAO Code 

FQUG 

Managing Company or Airport Authority 

Aeroportos de Mocambique 

Management Contact Person 

Laine Inacio (+258843890794, +258873527354) 

NGO and/or UN Presence at Airport? 

No 

 

Airport Picture

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Runway(s) 

Runway #1 

Runway Dimensions 

1,800 m x 30 m 

Runway Orientation 

16/34 

Runway Surface 

Asphalt 

Runway Condition 

Good 

Airport Infrastructure Details 

Infrastructure  

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening  

No 

Runway Lighting 

No 

Refueling Capacity 

No 

Ground Handling Services 

No 

Air Traffic Control  

No 

Fire Fighting Equipment  

No 

Weather Information 

Yes 

Aircraft Parking Space 

Yes 

Navigation Aids  

No 

Perimeter Fencing  

No 

Windsock  

Yes 

 

 

Fuel Services Charges 

There are no fuel services. The Aircraft Refuelling Truck comes from Beira. 

 

2.2.19 Mozambique Bilene National Airport

Airport Overview

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Mozambique

Province or District

Gaza

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Airport

Ponta Bilene, 2 km

Airport’s Complete Name

 

Latitude

-25.26611111

Longitude

33.23861111

Elevation (ft and m)

40 m

IATA Code

n/a

ICAO Code

FQBI

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Aeroportos de Mocambique

Management Contact Person

 

NGO and/or UN Presence at Airport?

No

Airport Picture

Runway(s)

Runway #1

Runway Dimensions

690 m x 30 m

Runway Orientation

 

Runway Surface

Asphalt

Runway Condition

 

 

Airport Infrastructure Details

Infrastructure

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening

No

Runway Lighting

No

Refueling Capacity

No

Ground Handling Services

 No

Air Traffic Control

No

Fire Fighting Equipment

 No

Weather Information

No

Aircraft Parking Space

Yes

Navigation Aids

No

Perimeter Fencing

 

Windsock

Yes

 

 

Fuel Services Charges

 

Price per Litre USD - $

Jet A-1

0.34 plus transport costs from Maputo

Avgas

 

Mozambique - 2.2.20 Mozambique Lumbo National Airport

Airport Overview 

Lumbo Airport is located near Ilha de Mozambique (Nampula Province), a small island off the northern coast of Mozambique. The airstrip is a relatively small and basic facility, with a single runway measuring approximately 1,300 m in length. It is primarily used for small aircraft and private planes. 

The condition of the airstrip is generally considered to be poor, with limited infrastructure and basic facilities. The lack of maintenance and investment in the airport means that it can be difficult to access during periods of heavy rain. There are no regular flights, only charter flights.

Airport Location and Contact 

Country 

Mozambique 

Province or District 

Nampula, Ilha de Moçambique 

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Airport 

Ilha de Moçambique 

7.4 km 

Airport’s Complete Name 

Lumbo Airport 

Latitude 

-15.03305

Longitude 

40.67172 

Elevation (ft and m) 

33 m 

IATA Code 

LFB 

ICAO Code 

FQLU 

Managing Company or Airport Authority 

Aeroportos de Moçambique 

Management Contact Person 

Mucussete Afonso (+258847696070, +258866507102) 

NGO and/or UN Presence at Airport? 

No 

Airport Picture

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Runway(s) 

Runway #1 

Runway Dimensions 

1,300 m x 30 m 

Runway Orientation 

01/19 

Runway Surface 

Asphalt 

Runway Condition 

Reasonable to poor 

Airport Infrastructure Details 

Infrastructure  

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening  

No 

Runway Lighting 

No 

Refueling Capacity 

No 

Ground Handling Services 

No 

Air Traffic Control  

No 

Fire Fighting Equipment  

No 

Weather Information 

No 

Aircraft Parking Space 

Yes 

Navigation Aids  

No 

Perimeter Fencing  

No 

Windsock  

Yes 

 

 

Fuel Services Charges 

There are no fuel services. The Aircraft Refuelling Truck comes from Nampula. 

2.2.21 Mozambique Angoche National Airport

Airport Overview

Airport Location and Contact

Country

Mozambique

Province or District

Nampula

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Airport

Angoche, 9 km

Airport’s Complete Name

Angoche Airport

Latitude

-16.181943

Longitude

39.944722

Elevation (ft and m)

36 m

IATA Code

ANO

ICAO Code

FQAG

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Aeroportos de Moçambique

Management Contact Person

Mauricio Alfredo

(+258 843850840)

NGO and/or UN Presence at Airport?

No

Airport Picture


Runway(s)

Runway #1

Runway Dimensions

1,100 m x 30 m

Runway Orientation

18/36

Runway Surface

Gravel

Runway Condition

Reasonable

Runway #2

Runway Dimensions

815 m x 30 m

Runway Orientation

07/22

Runway Surface

Gravel

Runway Condition

Reasonable

Runway #3

Runway Dimensions

600 m x 30 m

Runway Orientation

13/31

Runway Surface

Gravel

Runway Condition

Reasonable


Airport Infrastructure Details

Infrastructure

Passenger / Cargo Security Screening

No

Runway Lighting

No

Refuelling Capacity

No

Ground Handling Services

No

Air Traffic Control

No

Fire Fighting Equipment

No

Weather Information

No

Aircraft Parking Space

Yes

Navigation Aids

No

Perimeter Fencing

No

Windsock

Yes

 

 

Mozambique - 2.1 Mozambique Port Assessment

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Port Network Map

Mozambique is a country with a long coastline of approximately 2,500 km, providing access to the Indian Ocean, extending from South Africa in the south to Tanzania in the north. The country has several major ports along its extensive coastline, including the ports of Maputo, Beira, and Nacala, which serve as critical gateways for international trade, for neighbouring countries of Eswatini, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Zambia, DRC and Malawi.  

The Port of Maputo is the largest and busiest port in Mozambique, located in the capital city of Maputo at the southern end of the country. It handles the majority of Mozambique's imports and exports, including containerized cargo, dry bulk cargo, and liquid bulk cargo. The port is also strategically located for trade with neighbouring countries such as Zimbabwe, Eswatini and South Africa. 

The Port of Beira, located in central Mozambique, is the second-largest port in the country and a vital gateway for landlocked countries such as Zimbabwe, Zambia and Malawi. It handles a wide range of cargo, including coal, iron ore, and other minerals, as well as containerized cargo. 

The Port of Nacala is located in the northern part of Mozambique and is primarily used for the export of coal from the nearby Moatize coal mines. It is also an important hub for the export of other commodities such as agricultural products. 

Comprehensive railway and road networks link these ports to neighbouring countries and the landlocked provinces of Mozambique. Other smaller ports exist, such as Quelimane and Pemba that serve mostly nearby businesses and communities. 

Overall, Mozambique's port network plays a critical role in facilitating international trade and economic development in the country and the broader Southern African region. 

 

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2.1.2 Mozambique Port of Maputo

Port Overview

The port of Maputo is the largest port in Mozambique, connected to an extensive rail and road network. It serves the Mozambique provinces of Maputo and Gaza and offers a short and viable access route for import and export cargoes from South Africa (Gauteng, Limpopo and Mpumalanga provinces mainly), Swaziland, Zimbabwe (Matabeleland) and Botswana. More than 80% of handled cargo is in transit to/from neighbouring countries.

In total, the port has 16 linear berths totalling approximately 4,000 metres.

A renewable 25-year concession to manage and develop the port was awarded to an international port management consortium (Portus Indico), which subsequently formed a Mozambican joint venture with CFM – the Maputo Port Development Company (MPDC).

The approach channels have recently been restored to design depth and continuous 24/7 port operations have been established. Vessels have a choice of two channels (North or South) to reach the Pilot Station at Buoy 6. Using the South Channel saves about 11 miles for vessels arriving from the South, but this channel is subject to strong tidal sets. Pilotage through the Xefina and Polana channels into the berths is compulsory from Buoy 6.

There are two main components to the port, the Maputo Cargo Terminals, which include the container, bulk minerals, citrus, sugar and molasses terminals and, 6 km further upriver, the Matola Bulk Terminals with four deep-water berths for handling coal, fuel and lubricants, aluminium and grains.

Port website: http://www.cfm.co.mz/index.php/en/infraestruturas/cfm-south/port-of-maputo

http://www.portmaputo.com/

Key port information may also be found at http://ports.com/mozambique/port-of-maputo/

http://ports.com/mozambique/port-of-matola/

http://www.maritime-database.com/port.php?pid=2291


Port Location and Contact

Country

Mozambique

Province or District

Maputo

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Port

Maputo

Port's Complete Name

Port of Maputo

Latitude

-25.9602

Longitude

32.5454

Managing Company or Port Authority

MPDC except for the following terminals in Matola:

  • Aluminium (Mozal)
  • Grains (Grindrod/Stema)
  • Fuel and lubricants (Oiltanking Mozambique)

Management Contact Person

Kristina Abudo de Klerk

Nearest Airport and Airlines with Frequent International Arrivals/Departures

Maputo International Airport served by the following airlines: LAM, SAA, TAP, Qatar Airways, Turkish Airlines, Kenya Airways, Ethiopian Airlines, TAAG, Fast Jet

Port Picture

Description and Contacts of Key Companies

For more information on port contacts, please see the following link: 4.3 Port and Waterways Companies Contact List


Port Performance

The Maputo Port’s access channel has a length of 48 Nautical Miles that enables MSD of 14.40m (with neap tides) or 15.50m (with spring tides).
Maximum LOA vessels depend on the category, but presently due to quay length and design drafts alongside, 300m is the acceptable size.
With the construction of Maputo-Katembe Bridge, limitations in air draft for all vessels is 62.50m.
Waiting time also depends on the type of vessel: 2-4 hours for containers and 12-24 hours for other types. Vessels with cargo for internal consumption, such as rice, wheat, frozen fish, fuel, etc. are given priority, as well as humanitarian cargo.

Seasonal Constraints


Occurs

Time Frame

Rainy Season

Yes

From November to March

Major Import Campaigns

No


Other Comments


Handling Figures for 2017

Vessel Calls

1,062

Container Traffic (TEUs)

101,995

Handling Figures Bulk and Break Bulk for 2017

Bulk (mt)

16,750,811

Break bulk (mt)

1,467,333

Discharge Rates and Terminal Handling Charges

For information on port rates and charges, please see the following document: Maputo Port Tariffs.

  

Berthing Specifications

Type of Berth

Quantity

Length

(m)

Maximum

Draft (m)

Comments

Cabotage Berth (1)

1

293

7


Conventional Berth (3)

1

263

9

Car carriers, Cruise liners and Naval vessels

Conventional Berth (4)

1

273

9

General cargo

Conventional Berth (5)

1

230

12

Bulk, Project and General cargo

Conventional Berth (6)

1

246

9.5

Molasses

Conventional Berth (7)

1

240

12

Bulk and general cargo

Conventional Berth (8)

1

202

12

Bulk sugar

Conventional Berth (9)

1

436

12

Bulk chrome, ferro-chrome and nickel

Container Berth (10)

1

308

12


Conventional Berth (11)

1

177

12

Bulk clinker, gypsum, magnetite, and coal

Conventional Berth (12)

1

169

12

Vegetable oil

Silo Berth

1

210

9.5

Managed by Grindrod/Stema

Matola Coal Terminal

1

220

15.4

Bulk coal and magnetite.

Oil Jetty

1

230

11.5

Managed by Oil Tanking Mozambique

Aluminium terminal

1

230

12

Managed by Mozal

Berthing Tugs (2)

1

220

7.2


Water Barges

n.a.





General Cargo Handling Berths

Cargo Type

Berth Identification

Imports - Bagged Cargo

Nr 4 and 5

Exports - Bagged Cargo

Nr 7

Imports and Exports - RoRo

Nr 3

Other Imports

n.a.

Port Handling Equipment

Port equipment is owned by MPDC or by its sub-concessions within its terminals, e.g. container terminal, bulk sugar terminal, grain terminal, vegetable oils terminal, molasses terminal.

Fleet availability is about 85% and usually maintained by the appropriate agents of each manufacturer.

A third mobile crane has been purchased, which could trim a day off vessel berthing times.

Equipment

Available

Total Quantity and Capacity Available

Comments on Current Condition and Actual Usage

Dockside Crane

Yes



Container Gantries

Yes



Mobile Cranes

Yes

1 x 60 tons

2 x 144 tons


Reachstacker

Yes



RoRo Tugmaster (with Trailer)

Yes

24 tractors and 41 trailers


Grain Elevator with Bagging Machines

Yes



Transtainer

Yes



Forklifts

Yes

2 x 2.5 tons

2 x 4.5 tons

6 x 7 tons

2 x 7.5 tons

2 x 15 tons

1 x 24 tons

5 x 28 tons

2 x 40 tons


Pay loaders

Yes

15


Excavators

Yes

6 x 20 tons


Container Facilities

Facilities

20 ft.

40 ft.

Container Facilities Available

  • 308 m berth
  • 4 x 375 m rail siding
  • 12 m draft
  • 3 mobile harbour cranes
  • RTG container terminal operation
  • 196 reefer plugs
  • 300,000 TEU capacity

Container Freight Station (CFS)

MICD (Maputo Intermodal Container Depot):

  • Warehouse (8,000 m2)
  • Empty container yard (2,500 TEU)
  • Full container yard (300 TEU)
  • Bulk packing slab (8,000 m2)

Refrigerated Container Stations

n/a


Other Capacity Details

 Annual 300,000 TEU capacity


Daily Take Off Capacity
(Containers per Day)

900-1,000 Containers per day


Number of Reefer Stations
(Connection Points)

196 reefer plugs


Emergency Take-off Capacity

n/a


Off take Capacity of Gang Shift
(Containers per Shift)

n/a


Customs Guidance

Customs regulations in Mozambique combine SADC regional integration requirements with existing local procedures, depending on the cargo being cleared. Principal legislation, contacts and other useful customs-related information is available from the Mozambican Customs Authority (www.alfandegas.gov.mz)

The process of application for exemption of duties comprises following steps:

  • Accreditation and licensing to operate in Mozambique with special diplomatic status for duty free imports.
  • Before the arrival of the cargo submission of:
    Commercial invoice
    Packing List
    Application to Customs with justification for exemption
  • Customs clears the goods that can be exempted from duties, through the JUE (“Janela Única Eletrónica” or Electronic Single Window).
  • For the submission to JUE, the following is required:
    Commercial invoice
    Transport document (original)
    Packing List
    Customs clearance document
  • JUE issues a notice of payment (AP).
  • Deduction of import duties at JUE:
  • The AP is taken physically to Tax Department to apply respective deduction of the value of the import duties.
  • Once this step is finalized, the customs clearance process can be completed.

For more information on customs in Mozambique, please see the following link: 1.3 Customs Information


Terminal Information

MULTIPURPOSE TERMINAL

The MICD terminal comprises a warehouse with 8,000m2, container yard for 2,500 TEUs empties and 300 TEUs full and 8,000 m2 open storage for bulk packing slab. The terminal offers a wide variety of container related services:

  • Container storage
  • Container inspections
  • Cleaning of containers
  • Light container repairs
  • Pre-trip inspections on reefer containers
  • Receiving bulk cargoes and pack into containers
  • Receiving and warehousing of unitised cargoes for packing into containers
  • De-stuffing of containers, warehousing of cargo and loading onto road vehicles
  • Warehouse approved by PPECB for ambient packing of fruits

The port has general cargo berth with two Ro-Ro access ramp points (263 and 285m berth length respectively).

GRAIN AND BULK HANDLING

The bulk grain terminal at MPDC, operated by MGT, is comprised of 5 silos with 5,000 tons capacity each. The annual handling capacity is 200,000 tons. Kemmie is responsible for bagging and direct bagging from ship discharge.

MAIN STORAGE TERMINAL

Storage Type

Number of Storage Facilities

Area (m2)

Bagged Cargo

One

2,504

Refrigerated Cargo

n.a.

n.a.

General Cargo

Two

1,972 + 1,784

Stevedoring

The following companies perform stevedoring activities in the port of Maputo:

RGB – https://www.freightnet.com/profile/154340.htm/

Manica Moçambique – http://www.manica.co.mz/

Unidos Serviços

Mozport Maputo – http://www.supermaritime.com/offices/maputo/

Hinterland Information

The main customers of the port of Maputo are from neighbouring countries and make use of the following three railway lines:

  • Ressano Garcia Line to the South Africa border (88 km). There is a partial concession for iron ore traffic with Transnet.
  • Goba Line to the Swaziland border (71 km). Operated by CFM Sul.
  • Limpopo Line to the Zimbabwe border (522 km). Operated by CFM Sul.

The road connection to South Africa, Zimbabwe and Swaziland is in good condition. However, road traffic to Zimbabwe and Botswana still transits mainly through South Africa at present.

The road network that links the port with the Provinces of Maputo, Gaza and Inhambane is also paved and in reasonably good condition.


Port Security

Security

ISPS Compliant

Yes

Current ISPS Level
(Level 1 = Normal, Level 2 = Heightened, Level 3 = Exceptional)

1

Police Boats

Yes

Fire Engines

Yes

Mozambique - 2.1.1 Mozambique Port of Beira

Port Overview 

The Port of Beira is the second largest port in Mozambique. It is located at the mouth of the Púngue River, 20 km from the open sea and about 1,200 km north of Maputo. 

Served by extensive rail and road network systems, Beira is the main port for exports and imports from the Mozambique provinces of Sofala, Manica and Tete, and a strategic gateway for the landlocked countries in southeast Africa. It provides a short and quick access route for transit cargoes to/from Zimbabwe, Malawi, Zambia, Botswana and DRC. A fuel pipeline also links the port with Zimbabwe. 

The port of Beira has 11 berths stretching over a total length of 1,994 m. This excludes berth nr. 1, which is reserved as a fishing harbour. ‘Cornelder de Moçambique’ (CdM), a joint venture between the state-owned Mozambique Ports and Railways (CFM) and Cornelder Holding from the Netherlands, has operated it since 1998 with concession for CT and GC excluding Oil terminal and Coal Terminal (TCC8) which are operated by CFM. 

Beira is a tidal port – pilotage and tug assistance is always therefore compulsory. Access to the port is made through the 135 m wide dredged Macuti Channel (17 nautical miles from the Macuti lighthouse), with an actual minimum depth of 8 m below the chart datum in the Macuti curve. Systematic dredging is required to maintain the channel depths and width. The maximum accepted draft is obtained by adding 6.8 m to the height of the tide at that moment. This includes a safety margin of 1.2 m of the keel clearance. 

The Terminals operated by Cornelder de Moçambique can receive ships with a maximum tonnage of 40,000 tons, 24 hours a day. Vessels awaiting berth must anchor at the pilot station. 

Port of Beira has benefited of some investments by Cornelder. The Container terminal benefitted from an investment to increase the capacity of its container storage space to an area of 3 ha, as well as the building of a new five lane access road, with the option to add a further two lanes in the future. There has been investment in equipment such as in terminal tractors, reachstackers, RoRo tugmasters, forklifts, weighbridges. With the projection expansion of storage yard, in addition to using Rubber Tyred Gantry Cranes (RTG´s) the port will be able to handle 700,000.00 TEU. 

The Container Port Performance Index (CPPI) is produced by the World Bank and ranks ports based on a statistical approach, which is based on ship waiting time in port. Port of Beira achieved the highest ranking of all container terminals in southern Africa, ahead of Ports such as Durban, Cape Town, Dar Es Salaam and Walvis Bay. 

Port website:Cornelder || Port of Beira - Mozambique 

Key port information may also be found at: Port of Beira MZBEW map, contact details and vessel arrivals by Maritime Database (maritime-database.com) 

 

Port Location and Contact 

Country 

Mozambique 

Province or District 

Sofala 

Nearest Town or City 

with Distance from Port 

Beira Port in town 

Port's Complete Name 

Port of Beira 

Latitude 

-19.8461 

Longitude 

34.8576 

Managing Company or Port Authority 

 

Cornelder de Mozambique 

Management Contact Person 

Leticia Ferreira (Comercial Director) – +258828732724, +25823322735  

Nearest Airport and Airlines with Frequent International Arrivals/Departures 

Beira International Airport 

LAM and SAA 

Port Picture 

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Description and Contacts of Key Companies 

Cornelder Mozambique is the managing company for Port of Beira. 

For more information on port contacts, please see the following link:  

4.4 Port and Waterways Companies Contact List  

Port Performance 

Beira is a tidal port – pilotage and tug assistance is always therefore compulsory. Access to the port is made through the 135 m wide dredged Macuti Channel, with an actual minimum depth of 8 m below the chart datum in the Macuti curve. 

The port of Beira is not congested. It is able to receive ships with a maximum tonnage of 40,000 tons, 24 hours a day. Berth occupancy in 2017 was 59 percent at the container terminal and 80 percent at general cargo berths. Despite the increased tonnage handled, the container terminal is not congested. Container dwelling time is less than ten days. Regarding bulk cargo (e.g., maize, wheat), productivity is around 150 mt/gang/hour, and bagged cargo averages 30 mt/gang/hour. 

Restricted road access to the port (roads are very narrow) and bureaucratic delays in the documentation process constitute the main constraints. 

There is an established priority for humanitarian cargo at the Port of Beira, particularly during times of crisis or natural disasters. The port has played a crucial role in supporting humanitarian operations during cyclones and other emergencies. 

Seasonal Constraints 

 

Occurs 

Time Frame 

Rainy Season 

Yes 

From November to March 

Major Import Campaigns 

Yes, Fertilizer 

From August to January 

Other Comments 

There was a total of ten days without navigation in 2022 due to a declared bad weather condition. 

 

Handling Figures for 2022 

Vessel Calls 

CT: 139 

GC: 168 

Container Traffic (TEUs) 

258,570 

 

Handling Figures Bulk and Break Bulk for 2022 

Bulk (mt) 

2,575,990 

Break bulk (mt) 

766,159 

Discharge Rates and Terminal Handling Charges 

For information on port rates and charges, please see the following link: 

Cornelder || Port of Beira - Mozambique 

CdM Tariff Book 2012 -CdM_Tariff_2012 (cornelder.co.mz) 

Cornelder Tariff Book includes all tariffs except maritime services, which are included in the CFM Port Tariffs. 

 

Berthing Specifications 

Type of Berth 

Quantity 

Length 

(m) 

Maximum 

Draft (m) 

Comments 

Conventional Berth (6) 

170 

10 

General cargo 

Conventional Berth (7) 

165.5 

10 

General cargo 

Conventional Berth (8) 

187.9 

10 

Coal terminal berth 

Conventional Berth (9) 

167.3 

10 

General cargo/Silo berth 

Conventional Berth (10) 

167.3 

10 

General cargo/Silo berth 

Container Berths (2 to 5) 

645 

12 

Container/General cargo 

Silo Berth (9 and 10) 

167.3 

10 

General cargo/Silo berth 

Berthing Tugs 

  n/a

  n/a

  n/a

Water Barges 

n/a 

  

  

  

General Cargo Handling Berths 

Cargo Type 

Berth Identification 

Imports - Bagged Cargo 

Nr. 6 to 10 

Exports - Bagged Cargo 

Nr. 6 to 10 

Imports and Exports - RoRo 

Nr. 6 to 10 

Other Imports 

Nr. 6 to 10 

Port Handling Equipment 

Cornelder, a joint venture between CFM, Cornelder Holland and current concessionaires, manages the port equipment. 

Over the year 2022, gantry crane availability was 93 percent, reach stacker availability was 69 percent and terminal tractor availability was 72 percent. 

Equipment 

Available 

 

Total Quantity and Capacity Available 

Comments on Current Condition and Actual Usage 

Dockside Crane 

No 

  

  

Container Gantries 

Yes 

2 x 50 tons 

2 x 60 tons 

STS Gantry cranes are fully operational. 

Mobile Cranes 

Yes 

3 material handlers 

1 mobile crane 28 tons 

  

Reachstacker 

Yes 

31 Sany 

All operational 

RoRo Tugmaster (with Trailer) 

Yes 

15 x 40 tons 

15 x 60 tons 

21 X 70 tons 

All operational 

Grain Elevator with Bagging Machines 

Yes 

6 mobile bagging units, including hoppers 

14 Bulk hoppers 

  

Transtainer 

No 

  

  

Forklifts 

Yes 

2 x 3 tons 

6x2.5 tons 

6 x 16 tons 

5 x 30 tons 

2x46 tons 

2 x 50 tons 

3 x empty handler 

 

  

 

Weighbridges 

Yes 

  

Terminal Tractors 

Yes 

45 

 

Container Facilities 

The terminal has been working with Navis N4 Version 3.6 since 2016. The control of the yard, the truck flow and vessel operations has improved and container traffic has increased. The average yard utilisation was 6,000 TEU and the truck turnaround time is less than one hour. Crane productivity is in average 20 GMPH, 20 containers moved over the quay wall per hour.   

Facilities 

20 ft 

Container Facilities Available 

n/a

Container Freight Station (CFS) 

No 

Refrigerated Container Stations 

144 

Other Capacity Details 

Storage for 10,000 TEU 

Dwell time less than 10 days 

Railside Gantry 40 tons 

Daily Take Off Capacity  
(Containers per Day)  

1,500 TEU 

Number of Reefer Stations  
(Connection Points) 

148 

Emergency Take-off Capacity  

n/a

Off take Capacity of Gang Shift  
(Containers per Shift)  

n/a

Customs Guidance 

Guidance from the manual “Rules and Procedures for Customs clearance of Goods donated for Humanitarian Assistance”, prepared by INGD, Mitigation Division, Customs clearance Sector - Ver12December 22: 

VI. CUSTOMS CLEARANCE PROCESS FOR THE HEALTH AND EMERGENCY AND HUMANITARIAN GOODS SECTOR 

6.1. Conditions for Customs Clearance 

25. Advance shipment (after shipment and before arrival in the national territory) by the exporter/Donor of the following documents: 

  1. Commercial Invoice; 

  1. PackList; 

  1. Certificate of Analysis (Drugs and vaccines) or Quality (Consumables and other medical products); 

  1. Bill of Lading (Bill of lading) for sea and Waybill for air; 

  2. Processing schedule for the Pharmaceutical Specialty Inspection Bulletin (BIEF), in accordance with Annex 2.

26. Immediate Issuance (within no more than 2 days) of the Accounting Note, in cases of lack of financial coverage, an early exit authorization would be issued for products subject to Customs Charges (most consumables). If the Accounting Note is not issued within 2 days, the products destined for the MISAU (medicines, medical products, equipment and vehicles) will enjoy early departure without any restrictions. 

27. Existence of financial availability within the limit communicated in the State Budget for the payment of MCNet Fee up to the maximum amount equivalent to sixty-four American dollars (USD 64) in accordance with paragraph 30, and expenses of Private agents of cargo handling (airport tax, storage, parking, deposit and Kudumba) upon arrival of the Goods.

28. For perishable products such as vaccines and reagents, the request for Exit Authorization must be made at the respective customs office, with a maximum of two (2) days in advance, under the responsibility of the Manager or his Representative. Clearance of vehicles and other vehicles.

6.2. Clearance of vehicles and other vehicles 

29. The attribution of license plates for vehicles and other vehicles must be made before issuing the Accounting Notes, through Early Departure, in case of delay in this process. 

6.3 Payment of the MCNet Fee 

30. Bearing in mind that MISAU imports goods with high values, you must pay an MCNet fee up to a maximum amount equivalent to sixty-four American dollars (USD 64), regardless of the FOB value of the goods. 

6.4 Payment of port fees 

31. Private operator agents must allow the collection of goods intended for Health under a Term of Commitment, with the guarantee that the amounts due are paid within a period to be agreed between this agent and any Ministry authorized to receive or import emergency goods or humanitarians. 

32. If the above conditions are met, the time for withdrawing the goods from the port area may be between: 

  1. Maximum 2 days for air and land cargo; 

  1. Maximum 7 days for sea cargo. 

For more information on customs in Mozambique, please see the following link:  

1.3 Customs Information   

Terminal Information 

MULTIPURPOSE TERMINAL 

The container and multi-purpose terminal has a 645 m long quay with a 12 m depth alongside. The terminal has a 300,000 m² container yard, accommodating 10,000 TEUs and 148 electricity connection points for refrigerated containers. The container storage yard was recently expanded and covers now an area of 8,400 m² secure bonded transit warehouse and 3,650 m² covered storage. The road access was also improved and has now five lanes with an option for further extension. Currently the terminal uses the NAVIS N4 terminal operating system and can handle 300,000 TEU per year. With the projection expansion of storage yard, in addition to using Rubber Tyred Gantry Cranes (RTG´s) the port will be able to handle 700,000.00 TEUs. 

GRAIN AND BULK HANDLING 

CdM does not manage this terminal. It can handle 4,000 to 5,000 tons per day and has a silo storage capacity of 50,000 tons. Main commodities include fertilizer, clinker, sulphur and ore chrome + ferrochrome. 

MAIN STORAGE TERMINAL 

Storage Type 

Number of Storage Facilities 

Area (m2

Bagged Cargo 

5 covered warehouses 

15,000 

Refrigerated Cargo 

  n/a

  n/a

General Cargo 

Paved open air storage 

15,000 (paved) + 150,000 

Bulk Silo Storage 

For cereals 

50,000 tons 

Stevedoring 

The following companies perform stevedoring activities in the port of Beira: 

Hinterland Information 

The port is served by two railway lines: one to Zimbabwe via Machipanda/Mutare (317 km to the border) operated by CFM, and Sena line to Moatize, Tete Province, (575 km) operated by CFM with a partial concession to ICVL and Jindal for the transport of coal from Moatize. Discussions are underway between the governments of Mozambique, Malawi and Zambia, to extend the line to Mozambique’s neighbours, which could provide a significant boost to the trading potential of all the countries involved. 

The road network serving the port is in reasonably good condition and enables the movement of trucks and international trade to/from Zimbabwe, Botswana (via Zimbabwe), Malawi and Zambia (via Zimbabwe, Malawi or directly via Tete Province). It also provides an easy route to access markets in Mozambique provinces of Sofala, Manica, Tete and Zambézia. The EN6 highway has benefitted from a USD 410 million upgrade to ensure it can continue to meet traffic demand. The work done to avoid flooding by the Pungue river showed foresight given the damages caused by Cyclone Idai.  

The shortest, quickest and safest route to the sea for the southern Africa hinterland: 

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Port Security 

The port has a 6 km long electro-welded security fencing and a CCTV surveillance system, which complies with international security standards. 

Adequate safety procedures during cargo handling are in place. 

Security 

ISPS Compliant 

Yes 

Current ISPS Level  
(Level 1 = Normal, Level 2 = Heightened, Level 3 = Exceptional) 

Police Boats 

No 

Fire Engines 

Yes (3) 

 

 

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Please note: WFP / Logistics Cluster maintain complete impartiality and are not in a position to endorse, comment on any company's suitability as a reputable service provider. 

Mozambique - 2.1.3 Mozambique Port of Nacala

 Port Overview 

The port of Nacala is located in the province of Nampula within a protected bay with 60 m deep and 800 m wide at the entrance. It features exceptional navigability conditions, allowing the movement of ships 24 hours per day without restrictions, except along the pier with a 9-14 m draft, and is the only deep-water port of Mozambique and the largest in the entire east Africa coast. 

The port is connected to Malawi and to Niassa province by rail and offers a key access route for import and export cargoes from Malawi, Zambia and the Tete province (mainly coal exports).  The road network serves other national destinations in Nampula, Zambézia, Cabo Delgado provinces and Niassa. 

The main components of the port are: (i) General cargo berths; (ii) Container berth; (iii) Liquid Bulk Terminal, connected to a fuel tank through a pipeline with 3.5 km and seven deposits for vegetable oils. It has a general cargo terminal with four docks, one warehouse in a covered area of 9,000 m2 and open-air storage of 60,000 m2

The Port of Nacala returned to Portos e Caminhos de Ferro de Moçambique (CFM) management by decision of the Government of Mozambique announced in December 2019, following the end of the concession contract signed with the North Development Corridor (CDN) in 2000. 

Currently substantial investment is being undertaken and includes the complete rehabilitation of the port facilities, dredging, construction of access roads, and investing in equipment. The project "Nacala Port Development Project" include dredging for a quay wall, expanding the harbor by reclaiming land, paving a container pier, installing an access road and on-site rail, and providing equipment to improve the efficiency of cargo handling. The rehabilitation, expansion, and modernization works were financed by the Japanese Development Agency (JICA), which disbursed USD 277.5 million and is expected to be concluded in 2023. 

The port plans to increase its cargo handling capacity of 50 TEU per hour, from 100,000 TEU yearly to 252,000 TEU, a growth of over 150 percent, after the conclusion of the rehabilitation, expansion and modernisation works. Storage capacity is also expected to increase by 8,000 TEU (5,000 TEU previously), as well as berthing of large ships (80,000 DWT - Post Panamax, compared to previous 60,000 DWT).  

At present, most of the traffic is import/export cargo from Mozambique, although the potential for transit traffic is enormous. Transit cargo represents just 4.8 percent in TEUs and 10 percent bulk. However, Nacala Port is expected to be the principal gateway providing efficient logistics services not only for the northern part of Mozambique but also for landlocked countries in its hinterland. It is forecasted to increase the annual cargo volume by ten times in 2030 compared to 2011. Furthermore, the port has the potential to become the hub port which serves for the larger area in south-eastern Africa, taking advantage of its deep-water basin. 

Port website: Porto de Nacala (cfm.co.mz) 

Key port information may also be found at: Port of Nacala MZMNC map, contact details and vessel arrivals by Maritime Database (maritime-database.com) 

Port Location and Contact 

Country 

Mozambique 

Province or District 

Nampula 

Nearest Town or City 

with Distance from Port 

Nacala, 0 km 

Port's Complete Name 

Nacala Port 

Latitude 

-14.533056 

Longitude 

40.666667 

Managing Company or Port Authority 

Portos e Caminhos de Ferro de Moçambique (CFM) 

Management Contact Person 

Neimo Induna (+258849012166) 

Nearest Airport and Airlines with Frequent International Arrivals/Departures 

Nacala International Airport 

LAM and charter flights 

Port Picture 

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Description and Contacts of Key Companies 

CFM Norte, Nacala Delegation manages the port. 

For more information on port contacts, please see the following link: 

4.4 Port and Waterways Companies Contact List 

Port Performance 

The port has no channel restrictions. 261 vessels called the port in 2022, 16 percent less than 2021 (310 vessels) and 2.740.369 mt were handled.  Mozambique export traffic (mainly agriculture cargo) has the larger share of the traffic.  Berth occupancy rates are around 57.1 percent in 2022. 

Priority for humanitarian cargo is easily negotiable. 

Seasonal Constraints 

 

Occurs 

Time Frame 

Rainy Season 

No 

 

Major Import Campaigns 

No 

 

Other Comments 

 

 

Handling Figures for 2022 

Vessel Calls 

261 (310 in 2021) 

Container Traffic (TEUs) 

66,588 (73,915 in 2021) 

 

Handling Figures Bulk and Break Bulk for 2022 

Bulk (mt) 

2.740,369 mt (2.882,400 mt in 2021) 

Break bulk (mt) 

 

Discharge Rates and Terminal Handling Charges 

For information on port rates and charges, please see the following link: 

Port and Terminal Charges    

Berthing Specifications 

Type of Berth 

Quantity 

Length 

(m) 

Maximum 

Draft (m) 

Conventional Berth 

200+160+200+200 

9 – 14 

Container Berth 

200+200 

14 

Silo Berth 

152 

7.5 – 10 

Port Handling Equipment 

CFM Norte, Nacala Delegation manages the port. 

Equipment 

Available 

 

Total Quantity and Capacity Available 

Comments on Current Condition and Actual Usage 

Dockside Crane 

Yes 

 

 

Container Gantries 

Yes 

2 x 45 tons 

Good 

Mobile Cranes 

Yes 

8 x RTG 

Good 

Reachstacker 

Yes 

10 x 45 tons 

Good 

RoRo Tugmaster (with Trailer) 

Yes 

Good 

Grain Elevator with Bagging Machines 

Yes 

2 x vacuvators 

2 x hoppers 

Several bagging machines 

Good 

Transtainer 

  

  

  

Forklifts 

Yes 

1x 2.5 tons 

1x 3 tons  

1x 42 tons  

1x 40 tons 

 

Good 

Container Facilities 

The port plans to increase its cargo handling capacity of 50 TEU per hour, from 100,000 TEU yearly to 252,000 TEU, a growth of over 150 percent, after the conclusion of the rehabilitation, expansion and modernisation works. Storage capacity is also expected to increase by 8,000 TEU (5,000 TEU previously), as well as berthing of large ships (80,000 mt compared to previous 60,000 mt). 

Facilities 

20 ft 

40 ft 

Container Facilities Available 

Yes 

Yes 

Container Freight Station (CFS) 

Yes 

Yes 

Refrigerated Container Stations 

Yes 

  

Daily Take Off Capacity  
(Containers per Day)  

400 

400  

Number of Reefer Stations  
(Connection Points) 

96 + 210  

  

Emergency Take-off Capacity  

400  

  

Off take Capacity of Gang Shift  
(Containers per Shift)  

200x2 

  

Customs Guidance 

Guidance from the manual “Rules and Procedures for Customs clearance of Goods donated for Humanitarian Assistance”, prepared by INGD, Mitigation Division, Customs clearance Sector - Ver12December 22: 

VI. CUSTOMS CLEARANCE PROCESS FOR THE HEALTH AND EMERGENCY AND HUMANITARIAN GOODS SECTOR 

6.1. Conditions for Customs Clearance 

25. Advance shipment (after shipment and before arrival in the national territory) by the exporter/Donor of the following documents: 

  1. Commercial Invoice; 

  1. PackList; 

  1. Certificate of Analysis (Drugs and vaccines) or Quality (Consumables and other medical products); 

  1. Bill of Lading (Bill of lading) for sea and Waybill for air; 

  2. Processing schedule for the Pharmaceutical Specialty Inspection Bulletin (BIEF), in accordance with Annex 2.

26. Immediate Issuance (within no more than 2 days) of the Accounting Note, in cases of lack of financial coverage, an early exit authorization would be issued for products subject to Customs Charges (most consumables). If the Accounting Note is not issued within 2 days, the products destined for the MISAU (medicines, medical products, equipment and vehicles) will enjoy early departure without any restrictions. 

27. Existence of financial availability within the limit communicated in the State Budget for the payment of MCNet Fee up to the maximum amount equivalent to sixty-four American dollars (USD 64) in accordance with paragraph 30, and expenses of Private agents of cargo handling (airport tax, storage, parking, deposit and Kudumba) upon arrival of the Goods.

28. For perishable products such as vaccines and reagents, the request for Exit Authorization must be made at the respective customs office, with a maximum of two (2) days in advance, under the responsibility of the Manager or his Representative. Clearance of vehicles and other vehicles.

6.2. Clearance of vehicles and other vehicles 

29. The attribution of license plates for vehicles and other vehicles must be made before issuing the Accounting Notes, through Early Departure, in case of delay in this process. 

6.3 Payment of the MCNet Fee 

30. Bearing in mind that MISAU imports goods with high values, you must pay an MCNet fee up to a maximum amount equivalent to sixty-four American dollars (USD 64), regardless of the FOB value of the goods. 

6.4 Payment of port fees 

31. Private operator agents must allow the collection of goods intended for Health under a Term of Commitment, with the guarantee that the amounts due are paid within a period to be agreed between this agent and any Ministry authorized to receive or import emergency goods or humanitarians. 

32. If the above conditions are met, the time for withdrawing the goods from the port area may be between: 

  1. Maximum 2 days for air and land cargo; 

  1. Maximum 7 days for sea cargo. 

For more information on customs in Mozambique, please see the following link:  

1.3 Customs Information 

Terminal Information 

MULTIPURPOSE TERMINAL

The container and multi-purpose terminal has a 372 m long quay with a 14 m depth alongside.  

GRAIN AND BULK HANDLING 

The Liquid Bulk Terminal, forms part of Quay 4, the General Cargo Terminal, has a depth of 9,7 m and is connected to the fuel tanks (BP Mozambique (12,000  m3 ), Petromoc (28,000  m3 ) and Camel (32.000  m3 )) and to the vegetable oil tanks with a storage capacity of 13,111  m3 (CFM, SanOil) through a 3,5 km pipeline. 

  • Quay Bridge Features: rectangle shaped with a length of 120 m and 25 m wide;

  • Major Anchor Commodities: Fuel (Diesel, Petrol and Jet A1); Vegetable Oils (Palm Oil and PFAD). 

The Bulk Liquids Terminal registered an increasing trend in the national imports of liquid bulk with major incidence to fuel as a result of increased storage capacity and the commissioning of new Terminal - Camel, Lda with 32.000  m3 capacity for fuel. 

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MAIN STORAGE TERMINAL 

Storage Type 

Number of Storage Facilities 

Area (m2

Bagged Cargo 

 

9,000 

Refrigerated Cargo 

 

 

General Cargo 

 

60,000 

Stevedoring 

Stevedoring labour force exclusively supplied by Portos do Norte (PN). 

Hinterland Information 

The port was primarily designed as a main gateway for the import and export cargoes from Malawi that uses the railway line. In recent years, the north of Mozambique has shown significant development that also generates cargo for the Port of Nacala; hence increased influence of domestic traffic at the port vis-à-vis transit cargo.  The railway line to Malawi and beyond to Zambia, DRC and Tete province offers today a good and reliable link.  The other domestic traffic is moved by road, covering mainly the provinces of Nampula and Cabo Delgado and the northern part of Zambézia province and Niassa. 

Port Security 

Nacala Port was registered and accredited in 2007 as being compliant of the ISPS security code. The port has gate checks all people working in the port are well identified with specific uniforms for better identification. 

Security 

ISPS Compliant 

Yes 

Current ISPS Level  
(Level 1 = Normal, Level 2 = Heightened, Level 3 = Exceptional) 

Police Boats 

Yes (1) 

Fire Engines 

Yes 

 

 

Mozambique - 2.1.4 Mozambique Port of Quelimane

Port Overview 

Quelimane is a small seaport 12.2 nautical miles up the Cuácua River (ex-Bons Sinais). It is a short and convenient route for the export of regional agricultural crops from the Province of Zambézia, such as rice, cotton, and forestry products, as well as shrimp and scrap metal.  

With the decline of production during the civil war late last century, the exports almost came to a halt and the port fell into decline. However, following the end of the war and the concession to Cornelder Mozambique in 2004, the port underwent a rehabilitation programme that included a new concrete quay of 230 m long, and is now in good operational conditions. The Government and Cornelder agreed in December 2017 to end the concession agreement and the port management returned to Mozambique Ports and Railways Administration (CFM). 

All the offices of Government institutions can be found at the Port: Customs, Immigration, Maritime Service, Agriculture and Port Police. Agents are not allowed to have their operational Offices inside the port area. 

The electric power supply is stable; notwithstanding, a 250 KVA generator always ensures power supply, mainly for the cold chain installations and the security lighting along the security fence that surrounds the port area. 

The road network that leads to Quelimane is mostly paved to the South (Caia), to the North (Mocuba and further to Nampula and Nacala), and to the West (Milange at the border with Malawi). 

Quelimane is also connected to the Zambezi River by inland waterways. Previously, Companhia de Sena Sugar Factory at Marromeu used barges for sugar exports through Quelimane, however nowadays exports are through Beira. 

Rehabilitation of infrastructure on the pier and container terminal took place in Port of Quelimane, as well as dredging the access channel. This rehabilitation allowed for the expansion of the handling capacity of the container and general cargo terminal, allowing the manoeuvring basin, with a width of 200 meters, to reach a depth of 5 m, against the previous 2 to 3 m. 

Port website: 

https://www.cfm.co.mz/index.php/pt/infraestruturas/porto-de-quelimane-centro 

Key port information may also be found at: Port of Quelimane MZUEL map, contact details and vessel arrivals by Maritime Database (maritime-database.com) 

 

Port Location and Contact 

Country 

Mozambique 

Province or District 

Zambézia 

Nearest Town or City 

with Distance from Port 

Quelimane, in town  

Port's Complete Name 

Porto de Quelimane 

Latitude 

-17.879090 

Longitude 

36.879420 

Managing Company or Port Authority 

 

Portos e Caminhos de Ferro de Moçambique (CFM) 

Management Contact Person 

Dr. A. Conde (825503020, 846624724, 875503020) 

Engº Sábado Mune Juliasse (825774400, 842280980) 

Nearest Airport and Airlines with Frequent International Arrivals/Departures 

Aeroporto de Quelimane 

LAM operates only domestic flights to/from Quelimane 

Port Picture 

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Description and Contacts of Key Companies 

CFM Centro, Zambézia Delegation manages the port. 

For more information on port contacts, please see the following link:  

 4.4 Port and Waterways Companies Contact List  

 

Port Performance 

The channel draft is 4.9 - 6.1 m (tidal) and the maximum vessel size is 150 m in length. The major limitation of the port is the access channel draft. This limits the size of vessels that can access the port. Vessels with a draft of more than 3.5 meters are subject to navigational restrictions and require additional maneuvering time. The port of Quelimane is not currently congested and has a relatively low waiting time for vessels to berth. However, this can vary depending on factors such as weather conditions, vessel size, and cargo type. 

There is no established priority for humanitarian cargo at the port of Quelimane. However, the port does have facilities to handle such cargo and works closely with humanitarian organizations to facilitate their operations. 

One of the major limitations of the port of Quelimane is its limited infrastructure. The port's handling capacity is relatively low, and it lacks modern equipment and facilities. Additionally, the port is only accessible to smaller vessels due to its shallow channel draft. 

Seasonal Constraints 

 

Occurs 

Time Frame 

Rainy Season 

Yes 

From November to March 

Major Import Campaigns 

No 

N/A 

Other Comments 

 

 

Handling Figures for 2021 

Vessel Calls 

7 (5 in 2020) 

Container Traffic (TEUs) 

256 (671 in 2020) 

 

Handling Figures Bulk and Break Bulk for 2021 

Bulk (mt) 

5,700 (7,700 in 2020) 

Break bulk (mt) 

 

Discharge Rates and Terminal Handling Charges 

For information on port rates and charges, please see the following links: 

Port and Terminal Charges  

Berthing Specifications 

Type of Berth 

Quantity 

Length 

(m) 

Maximum 

Draft (m) 

Comments 

Conventional Berth 

N/A 

N/A 

N/A 

 

Container Berth 

Yes 

230 

4.9 – 6.1 

Channel draft is 4.9 - 6.1 m (tidal) 

Silo Berth 

N/A 

N/A 

N/A 

 

Berthing Tugs 

None 

N/A 

N/A 

There is just one pilot boat. 

Water Barges 

None 

N/A 

N/A 

 

 

 

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General Cargo Handling Berths 

Cargo Type 

Berth Identification 

Imports - Bagged Cargo 

Nr. 1 

Exports - Bagged Cargo 

Nr. 1 

Imports and Exports - RoRo 

Nr. 1 

Other Imports 

Nr. 1 

Port Handling Equipment 

CFM Centro, Zambézia Delegation manages the port. 

Sany and Kalmar reach Ssackers, mechanical spreader, port crane, forklift truck, Sisu terminal tractor, rough terrain forklift, three wheeled loaders. 

Equipment 

Available 

 

Total Quantity and Capacity Available 

Comments on Current Condition and Actual Usage 

Dockside Crane 

No 

 

 

Container Gantries 

No 

 

 

Mobile Cranes 

Yes 

1 x 45 mt 

Good 

Reachstacker 

Yes 

1 x 45 mt 

Good 

RoRo Tugmaster (with Trailer) 

No 

 

 

Grain Elevator with Bagging Machines 

No 

 

 

Transtainer 

No 

 

 

Forklifts 

Yes 

3 x 3 mt 

Good 

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Container Facilities 

The container facilities are very basic. 

Facilities 

20 ft 

40 ft 

Container Facilities Available 

Yes 

Yes 

Container Freight Station (CFS) 

No 

No 

Refrigerated Container Stations 

16 

16 

Other Capacity Details 

 

 

Daily Take Off Capacity  
(Containers per Day)  

105 

105 

Number of Reefer Stations  
(Connection Points) 

16 

16 

Emergency Take-off Capacity  

 

 

Off take Capacity of Gang Shift  
(Containers per Shift)  

80 

80 

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Customs Guidance 

Guidance from the manual “Rules and Procedures for Customs clearance of Goods donated for Humanitarian Assistance”, prepared by INGD, Mitigation Division, Customs clearance Sector - Ver12December 22: 

VI. CUSTOMS CLEARANCE PROCESS FOR THE HEALTH AND EMERGENCY AND HUMANITARIAN GOODS SECTOR 

6.1. Conditions for Customs Clearance 

25. Advance shipment (after shipment and before arrival in the national territory) by the exporter/Donor of the following documents: 

  1. Commercial Invoice; 

  1. PackList; 

  1. Certificate of Analysis (Drugs and vaccines) or Quality (Consumables and other medical products); 

  1. Bill of Lading (Bill of lading) for sea and Waybill for air; 

  2. Processing schedule for the Pharmaceutical Specialty Inspection Bulletin (BIEF), in accordance with Annex 2.

26. Immediate Issuance (within no more than 2 days) of the Accounting Note, in cases of lack of financial coverage, an early exit authorization would be issued for products subject to Customs Charges (most consumables). If the Accounting Note is not issued within 2 days, the products destined for the MISAU (medicines, medical products, equipment and vehicles) will enjoy early departure without any restrictions. 

27. Existence of financial availability within the limit communicated in the State Budget for the payment of MCNet Fee up to the maximum amount equivalent to sixty-four American dollars (USD 64) in accordance with paragraph 30, and expenses of Private agents of cargo handling (airport tax, storage, parking, deposit and Kudumba) upon arrival of the Goods.

28. For perishable products such as vaccines and reagents, the request for Exit Authorization must be made at the respective customs office, with a maximum of two (2) days in advance, under the responsibility of the Manager or his Representative. Clearance of vehicles and other vehicles.

6.2. Clearance of vehicles and other vehicles 

29. The attribution of license plates for vehicles and other vehicles must be made before issuing the Accounting Notes, through Early Departure, in case of delay in this process. 

6.3 Payment of the MCNet Fee 

30. Bearing in mind that MISAU imports goods with high values, you must pay an MCNet fee up to a maximum amount equivalent to sixty-four American dollars (USD 64), regardless of the FOB value of the goods. 

6.4 Payment of port fees 

31. Private operator agents must allow the collection of goods intended for Health under a Term of Commitment, with the guarantee that the amounts due are paid within a period to be agreed between this agent and any Ministry authorized to receive or import emergency goods or humanitarians. 

32. If the above conditions are met, the time for withdrawing the goods from the port area may be between: 

  1. Maximum 2 days for air and land cargo; 

  1. Maximum 7 days for sea cargo. 

For more information on customs in Mozambique, please see the following link: 

1.3 Customs Information 

Terminal Information 

MAIN STORAGE TERMINAL 

Storage Type 

Number of Storage Facilities 

Area (m2) 

Bagged Cargo 

2 warehouses 

3,784 

Refrigerated Cargo 

N/A 

N/A 

General Cargo 

Uncovered area 

31,000 

Stevedoring 

Stevedoring is provided by Permar (subcontracted by CFM) using port equipment and casual labour recruited on a daily basis. 

Hinterland Information 

The cargo is moved to and from the port by road. The road network that serves the port of Quelimane is mostly paved to the South (Caia), to the North (Mocuba and further to Nampula and Nacala), and to the west (Milange at the border with Malawi). 

Quelimane is also connected to the Zambezi River by inland waterways. Previously, Companhia de Sena Sugar Factory at Marromeu used barges for sugar exports through Quelimane, however nowadays exports are through Beira. 

Port Security 

Besides the security guards, a security fence surrounds the port area, illuminated at night with security lighting along the fence. In order to ensure 24 hour power supply, the port has a 250 KVA stand-by generator. 

Security 

ISPS Compliant 

Yes 

Current ISPS Level  
(Level 1 = Normal, Level 2 = Heightened, Level 3 = Exceptional) 

Police Boats 

No 

Fire Engines 

Yes (1) 

 

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Mozambique - 2.1.5 Mozambique Port of Pemba

Port Overview 

The Port of Pemba is located in the northern province of Mozambique, near the border with Tanzania. It is situated on a peninsula within Pemba Bay and it is considered as a potential site for a deep-water port. The port is crucial to accommodate the increasing demand for logistical support vessels that are engaged in research and exploration projects of gas and oil in the Rovuma Basin, as well as mining and agriculture projects in the provinces of Cabo Delgado and Niassa. There are plans to enhance the port by increasing the number of berths and expanding the storage and handling area for containers.  

In 2019, the Port of Pemba underwent significant rehabilitation and was equipped with modern equipment to handle various types of cargo, including graphite, marble, cotton, timber, and clinker. The port is now capable of operating 24/7 and handling up to 27,000 TEUs annually, an increase from the previous 18,000 TEUs. Mozambique Ports and Railways Company's investment of USD 5 million is expected to improve the flow of goods from the Port of Pemba, reducing the need to travel 400 km to the Port of Nacala, which causes damage to roads and wastes time and resources. 

The port is managed by the Mozambique Ports and Railways Company (CFM Norte). 

Port website:Porto de Pemba (cfm.co.mz)  

Key port information may also be found at: Port of Pemba MZPOL map, contact details and vessel arrivals by Maritime Database (maritime-database.com) 

Port Location and Contact 

Country 

Mozambique  

Province or District 

Cabo Delgado  

Nearest Town or City 

with Distance from Port 

Pemba  

Port's Complete Name 

Port of Pemba  

Latitude 

-12.9732026  

Longitude 

40.5178014  

Managing Company or Port Authority 

 

Mozambique Ports and Railways Administration (CFM), CFM Norte, Pemba Delegation  

Management Contact Person 

Nome: Alfredo Artur Mafuca 

Title: Delegate 

Contact: +258 843103096 

Email: Alfredo.Mafuca@cfm.co.mz 

Nearest Airport and Airlines with Frequent International Arrivals/Departures 

Pemba International Airport 

LAM, Kenya Airways, Airlink  

Port Picture 

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Description and Contacts of Key Companies 

CFM Norte, Pemba Delegation, manages the port. 

For more information on port contacts, please see the following link:  

4.4 Port and Waterways Companies Contact List  

Port Performance 

The port of Pemba is a small deep-water port and mainly used for cabotage shipping. However, it has a good potential for growth to respond to the logistics demands of the new gas and oil projects in the Rovuma basin. 

One of the major limitations for the port is its limited capacity and infrastructure. This can result in longer waiting times for vessels to berth and unload their cargo. The port's cargo handling capacity is also relatively low, with an average of 350,000 mt of cargo handled annually. 

The average waiting time for vessels to berth and unload their cargo at Pemba port varies depending on several factors, including the size and type of the vessel, the volume and type of cargo being unloaded, and the level of port activity at the time. However, longer waiting times are not uncommon due to the limited capacity of the port. 

There is no established priority for humanitarian cargo, although such cargo is typically given priority in times of crisis or emergency. 

Overall, Pemba port's performance is limited by its infrastructure and capacity, which can impact its ability to handle cargo efficiently and quickly. 

Seasonal Constraints 

 

Occurs 

Time Frame 

Rainy Season 

Yes  

From November to March*  

Major Import Campaigns 

No  

  

Other Comments 

 

* Rain can impact the movement of graphite at the port. 

 

Handling Figures for 2022 

Vessel Calls 

293  

Container Traffic (TEUs) 

2987 

 

Handling Figures Bulk and Break Bulk for 2022 

Bulk (mt) 

93,700 

Break bulk (mt) 

164,397  

Discharge Rates and Terminal Handling Charges 

For information on port rates and charges, please see the following link: 

Port and Terminal Charges    

Berthing Specifications 

Type of Berth 

Quantity 

Length 

(m) 

Maximum 

Draft (m) 

Comments 

Conventional Berth 

1  

183 

8.5 to 12 

  

Container Berth 

1  

120 

The concession granted to Bollore is primarily utilized for landing vessels that support the gas project. 

Silo Berth 

 

 

 

 

Berthing Tugs 

 

 

 

Water Barges 

 

 

 

 

Plans to expand the number of berths (to a length of 650 m and 14 m draft), and container yard are in place. 

General Cargo Handling Berths 

Cargo Type 

Berth Identification 

Imports - Bagged Cargo 

Pier 

Exports - Bagged Cargo 

Pier 

Imports and Exports - RoRo 

N/A 

Other Imports 

N/A 

Port Handling Equipment 

CFM Norte, Pemba Delegation manages port equipment. 

Equipment 

Available 

 

Total Quantity and Capacity Available 

Dockside Crane 

No 

 

Container Gantries 

No 

 

Mobile Cranes 

No 

 

Reachstacker 

Yes  

4 x 45 tons  

RoRo Tugmaster (with Trailer) 

No 

  

Grain Elevator with Bagging Machines 

No 

  

Transtainer 

Yes  

5 x 20 tons  

Forklifts 

Yes  

2 x (3-5 tons) 

Container Facilities 

Facilities 

20 ft 

40 ft 

Container Facilities Available 

Yes 

Yes 

Container Freight Station (CFS) 

Yes 

Yes 

Refrigerated Container Stations 

Yes 

Yes 

Other Capacity Details 

 

 

Daily Take Off Capacity  
(Containers per Day)  

96  

96  

Number of Reefer Stations  
(Connection Points) 

5 plugs  

5 plugs  

Emergency Take-off Capacity  

96  

96  

Off take Capacity of Gang Shift  
(Containers per Shift)  

96  

96  

Customs Guidance 

Guidance from the manual “Rules and Procedures for Customs clearance of Goods donated for Humanitarian Assistance”, prepared by INGD, Mitigation Division, Customs clearance Sector - Ver12December 22: 

VI. CUSTOMS CLEARANCE PROCESS FOR THE HEALTH AND EMERGENCY AND HUMANITARIAN GOODS SECTOR 

6.1. Conditions for Customs Clearance 

25. Advance shipment (after shipment and before arrival in the national territory) by the exporter/Donor of the following documents: 

  1. Commercial Invoice; 

  1. PackList; 

  1. Certificate of Analysis (Drugs and vaccines) or Quality (Consumables and other medical products); 

  1. Bill of Lading (Bill of lading) for sea and Waybill for air; 

  2. Processing schedule for the Pharmaceutical Specialty Inspection Bulletin (BIEF), in accordance with Annex 2.

26. Immediate Issuance (within no more than 2 days) of the Accounting Note, in cases of lack of financial coverage, an early exit authorization would be issued for products subject to Customs Charges (most consumables). If the Accounting Note is not issued within 2 days, the products destined for the MISAU (medicines, medical products, equipment and vehicles) will enjoy early departure without any restrictions. 

27. Existence of financial availability within the limit communicated in the State Budget for the payment of MCNet Fee up to the maximum amount equivalent to sixty-four American dollars (USD 64) in accordance with paragraph 30, and expenses of Private agents of cargo handling (airport tax, storage, parking, deposit and Kudumba) upon arrival of the Goods.

28. For perishable products such as vaccines and reagents, the request for Exit Authorization must be made at the respective customs office, with a maximum of two (2) days in advance, under the responsibility of the Manager or his Representative. Clearance of vehicles and other vehicles.

6.2. Clearance of vehicles and other vehicles 

29. The attribution of license plates for vehicles and other vehicles must be made before issuing the Accounting Notes, through Early Departure, in case of delay in this process. 

6.3 Payment of the MCNet Fee 

30. Bearing in mind that MISAU imports goods with high values, you must pay an MCNet fee up to a maximum amount equivalent to sixty-four American dollars (USD 64), regardless of the FOB value of the goods. 

6.4 Payment of port fees 

31. Private operator agents must allow the collection of goods intended for Health under a Term of Commitment, with the guarantee that the amounts due are paid within a period to be agreed between this agent and any Ministry authorized to receive or import emergency goods or humanitarians. 

32. If the above conditions are met, the time for withdrawing the goods from the port area may be between: 

  1. Maximum 2 days for air and land cargo; 

  1. Maximum 7 days for sea cargo. 

For more information on customs in Mozambique, please see the following link:  

1.3 Customs Information   

Terminal Information 

MAIN STORAGE TERMINAL 

Storage Type 

Number of Storage Facilities 

Area (m2

Bagged Cargo 

1 covered warehouse  

1,800 m2

Refrigerated Cargo 

N/A 

  

General Cargo 

Open air storage area  

15.000 m2

Stevedoring 

Stevedoring is provided by CFM using port equipment and casual labour recruited on a daily basis. 

Hinterland Information 

The cargo is moved to and from the port by road, covering mainly the provinces of Cabo Delgado and Niassa. 

Port Security 

Security 

ISPS Compliant 

Yes  

Current ISPS Level  
(Level 1 = Normal, Level 2 = Heightened, Level 3 = Exceptional) 

1  

Police Boats 

Yes 

Fire Engines 

Yes  

 

2.3 Mozambique Road Assessment

Road Overview

Mozambique’s main economic activity is agriculture, which naturally relies on road transport to access markets at district, provincial and national levels.  Being that Mozambique is a vast country, the road network and other surface transport networks (e.g. rail and waterways) play a key role in the social and economic development of the country, and the provision of adequate conditions for the mobility of people and goods.

The surface transport network also provides access to neighbouring countries, and is therefore important for the movement of transit goods through the ports of the country.

In recent years, traffic has been growing considerably, mainly long-distance and heavier traffic, as a consequence of the improvement in the economic situation of the country. The National Administration of Roads (ANE – http://www.ane.gov.mz/) systematically collects data on road traffic. Traffic counts are performed in 256 posts distributed throughout all the provinces of the country.

The road network is just 30,562 km long, of which only about 20% is paved (5,958 km of primary roads) and the remaining 80% of which is non-paved (4,963 km secondary roads; 12,764 km of tertiary roads and 6,876 km of rural roads).

For more information on government contact details, please see the following link: 4.1 Government Contact List 

Distance Matrix

Distances from Capital City to Major Towns (km)

 

Maputo

Xai-Xai

Inhambane

Beira

Chimoio

Tete

Quelimane

Nampula

Nacala

Lichinga

Pemba

Maputo

 

221

479

1,216

1,147

1,533

1,622

2,098

2,287

2,464

2,197 (via Malawi)

2,501

Xai-Xai

221

 

259

996

927

1,313

1,402

1,877

2,067

2,245

1,977 (via Malawi)

2,281

Inhambane

479

259

 

794

725

1,111

1,200

1,676

1,865

2,043

1,776 (via Malawi)

2,079

Beira

1,216

996

794

 

203

589

484

959

1,149

1,327

1,253 (via Malawi)

1,363

Chimoio

1,147

927

725

203

 

387

579

1,054

1,244

1,421

1,051 (via Malawi)

1,458

Tete

1,533

1,313

1,111

589

387

 

680

1,156

1,345

1,550

667 (via Malawi

1,559

Quelimane

1,622

1,402

1,200

484

579

680

 

546

735

913

949

Nampula

2,098

1,877

1,676

959

1,054

1,156

546

 

193

700

407

Nacala

2,287

2,067

1,865

1,149

1,244

1,345

735

193

 

890

420

Lichinga

2,464

2,197 (via Malawi)

2,245

1,977 (via Malawi)

2,043

1,776 (via Malawi)

1,327

1,253 (via Malawi)

1,421

1,051 (via Malawi)

1,550

667 (via Malawi)

913

700

890

 

705

Pemba

2,501

2,281

2,079

1,363

1,458

1,559

949

407

420

705

 

 

Travel Time from Capital City to Major Towns (hours and minutes)

 

Maputo

Xai-Xai

Inhambane

Beira

Chimoio

Tete

Quelimane

Nampula

Nacala

Lichinga

Pemba

Maputo

 

3’40’’

7’00’’

17’30’’

16’20’’

21’30’’

24’

30’00’’

32’00’’

38’00’’ or

32’00’’(via Malawi)

35’00’’

Xai-Xai

3’40’’

 

3’30’’

13’50’’

12’40’’

17’50’’

20’40’’

26’0’’

28’00’’

34’00’’

or 28’00’’ (via Malawi)

31’00’’

Inhambane

7’00’’

3’30’’

 

11’30’’

10’20’’

15’30’’

18’20’’

23’50’’

26’00’’

32’00’’ or

26’00’’ (via Malawi)

29’00’’

Beira

17’30’’

13’50’’

11’30’’

 

3’30’’

8’40’’

8’30’’

14’00’’

16’20’’

22’00’’ or

19’0’’ (via Malawi)

19’25’’

Chimoio

16’20’’

12’40’’

10’20’’

3’30’’

 

5’20’’

9’40’’

15’10’’

17’30’’

23’10’’ or

 15’50’’ (via Malawi)

20’30’’

Tete

21’30’’

17’50’’

15’30’’

8’40’’

5’20’’

 

10’30’’

16’00’’

18’20’’

24’00’’ or

11’00’’ (via Malawi)

21’10’’

Quelimane

24’00’’

20’40’’

18’20’’

8’30’’

9’40’’

10’30’’

 

6’30’’

8’50’’

14’30’’

11’50’’

Nampula

30’00’’

26’00’’

23’50’’

14’00’’

15’10’’

16’00’’

6’30’’

 

2’30’’

11’20’’

5’30’’

Nacala

32’00’’

28’00’’

26’00’’

16’20’’

17’30’’

18’20’’

8’50’’

2’30’’

 

13’30’’

5’30’’

Lichinga

38’00’’ or

32’00’’ (via Malawi)

34’00’’ or

28’00’’ (via Malawi)

32’00’’ or

26’00’’ (via Malawi)

22’00’’ or

19’00’’ (via Malawi)

23’10’’ or

15’50’’ (via Malawi)

24’00’’ or

11’00’’ (via Malawi)

14’30’’

11’20’’

13’30’’

 

11’00’’

Pemba

35’00’’

31’00’’

29’00’’

19’25’’

20’30’’

21’10’’

11’50’’

5’30’’

5’30’’

11’00’’

 


Road Security

Roads in Mozambique are generally safe.

 

Weighbridges and Axle Load Limits

Axle Load Limits

LCA Country (Mozambique)

Truck with 2 Axles

16 tons

Truck with 3 Axles

22 tons

Truck with 4 Axles

22 tons

Semi-trailer with 3 Axles

26 tons

Semi-trailer with 4 Axles

32 tons

Semi-trailer with 5 Axles

38 tons

Semi-trailer with 6 Axles

38 tons

Truck & Drawbar Trailer with 4 Axles

32 tons

Truck & Drawbar Trailer with 5 Axles

38 tons

Truck & Drawbar Trailer with 6 Axles

38 tons

Truck & Drawbar Trailer with 7 Axles

38 tons

 

 

2.3.1 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Ponta do Ouro

Overview

This border post between Mozambique and South Africa is very small and therefore has little capacity to attend to people and vehicles. The process is usually time-consuming (on average 30 min per vehicle), particularly during the holiday period, in which delays tends to last hours.

The border is gradually becoming more used due to recent major road improvements to Maputo. With the conclusion of the Maputo-Catembe bridge, traffic is expected to increase extensively – mainly light, but also heavy vehicles are expected to a certain extent.

 

Border Crossing Location and Contact

Name of Border Crossing

Mozambique: Ponta do Ouro
South Africa: Kosi Bay

Province or District

Maputo

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Border Crossing

Ponta do Ouro, 18 km (20 min)

Latitude

-26.864289

Longitude

32.829384

Managing Authority / Agency

 

Contact Person

 

 

Travel Times

Nearest International Airport

Maputo

Distance in 167 km

Truck Travel Time: 6’00’’

Car Travel time: 2’45’’

Nearest Port

Maputo

Distance in 167 km

Truck Travel Time: 6’00’’

Car Travel time: 3’00’’

Nearest location with functioning wholesale markets,

or with significant manufacturing or production capacity

Matola

Distance in 150 km

Truck Travel Time: 5’00’’

Car Travel time: 2’30’’

Other Information

 

Fuel stations are available.

The border crosses the Maputo Game Reserve.

There are no weighbridges until Matola.

Hours of Operation

Mondays

8:00 to 17:00

Tuesdays

8:00 to 17:00

Wednesdays

8:00 to 17:00

Thursdays

8:00 to 17:00

Fridays

8:00 to 17:00

Saturdays

8:00 to 17:00

Sundays

8:00 to 17:00

National Holidays

8:00 to 17:00

Seasonal Constraints

No constraints

 

Daily Capacity

The border procedures are very slow and capacity is restricted (20 vehicles per day).

Customs Clearance

Border & Vehicle Requirements:

  • A valid passport with more than 6 months remaining until expiry date. Citizens of South Africa, Botswana, Malawi, Mauritius, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe do not require visas, but all other nationalities require holiday visas (which can be obtained from the border) to get into Mozambique.
  • A valid driver's license for the driver.
  • Vehicle & boat registration documents.
  • Temporary import permits are compulsory for vehicles & must be filled in at the border.
  • A Compulsory Third-Party Liability insurance certificate (valid for 30 days from the date issued which can be obtained at the border) per vehicle & per towed application.
  • A "Declaration of entry of foreign currency" must be collected and completed at the customs desk if carrying over USD 5,000 in cash.
  • For vehicles longer than 6 metres, reflectors on the front and rear of your vehicle are required.
  • Each vehicle must have the 2 red reflective triangles & 2 reflective vests.
  • No drugs, firearms or explosive materials can be brought in Mozambique.

For more information on customs in Mozambique, please see the following link: 1.3 Customs Information 

Other Relevant Information

Border & Vehicle Costs:

  • Third party insurance (available at the border) is compulsory – USD 11 per vehicle and USD 6 per trailer.
  • A temporary import permit for vehicles and whatever trailer you are towing – USD 0.75 each.

For more information on government contact details, please see the following link: 4.1 Government Contact List

 

2.3.2 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Goba

Overview

The border crossing between Mozambique and Eswatini serves both road and railway traffic. The process is normal. However, during the holiday period, there can be a large queue of vehicles waiting to get through the border. Usually no heavy traffic uses this border.

Border Crossing Location and Contact

Name of Border Crossing

Goba border crossing

Province or District

Maputo

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Border Crossing

Goba, 10 km (11 min)

Latitude

-26.257053

Longitude

32.084697

Managing Authority / Agency

 

Contact Person

 

 

Travel Times

Nearest International Airport

Maputo

Distance in 85.4 km

Truck Travel Time: 4’00’’

Car Travel time: 1’40’’

Nearest Port

Maputo

Distance in 83.2 km

Truck Travel Time: 4’00’’

Car Travel time: 1’35’’

Nearest location with functioning wholesale markets,

or with significant manufacturing or production capacity

Matola

Distance in 75.9 km

Truck Travel Time: 3’30’’

Car Travel time: 1’25’’

Other Information

 

Fuel available nearby

No weighbridges until Maputo

Hours of Operation

Mondays

8:00 – 18:00

Tuesdays

8:00 – 18:00

Wednesdays

8:00 – 18:00

Thursdays

8:00 – 18:00

Fridays

8:00 – 18:00

Saturdays

8:00 – 18:00

Sundays

8:00 – 18:00

National Holidays

8:00 – 18:00

Seasonal Constraints

n/a

 

Daily Capacity

The border crossing process usually takes 15-20 min per vehicle giving a capacity of about 40-50 vehicles per day.

Customs Clearance

Border & Vehicle Requirements:

  • A valid passport with more than 6 months remaining until expiry date. Citizens of South Africa, Botswana, Malawi, Mauritius, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe do not require visas, but all other nationalities require holiday visas (which can be obtained from the border) to get into Mozambique.
  • A valid driver's license for the driver.
  • Vehicle & boat registration documents.
  • Temporary import permits are compulsory for vehicles & must be filled in at the border.
  • A Compulsory Third-Party Liability insurance certificate (valid for 30 days from the date issued which can be obtained at the border) per vehicle & per towed application.
  • A "Declaration of entry of foreign currency" must be collected and completed at the customs desk if carrying over USD 5,000 in cash.
  • For vehicles longer than 6 meters, reflectors on the front and rear of your vehicle are required.
  • Each vehicle must have the 2 red reflective triangles & 2 reflective vests.
  • No drugs, firearms or explosive materials can be brought in Mozambique.

For more information on customs in Mozambique, please see the following link: 1.3 Customs Information 

Other Relevant Information

Border & Vehicle Costs (prices are subject to change):

  • Third party insurance (available at the border) is compulsory – USD 11 per vehicle and USD 6 per Trailer.
  • Temporary import permit for vehicles and any towed trailer – USD 0.75 each.

For more information on government contact details, please see the following link: 4.1 Government Contact List

 

2.3.3 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Namaacha

Overview

The border post between Mozambique and Eswatini has spacious premises and movement through the border is quick (10 min per vehicle).  However, delays may be observed during holiday periods and long weekends. There is not much heavy traffic.

Border Crossing Location and Contact

Name of Border Crossing

Mozambique: Namaacha
Eswatini: Lomahasha

Province or District

Maputo

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Border Crossing

Namaacha, 0 km

Latitude

-25.989210

Longitude

31.998185

Managing Authority / Agency

 

Contact Person

 

 

Travel Times

Nearest International Airport

Maputo

Distance in 80 km

Truck Travel Time: 4’00’’

Car Travel time: 1’35’’

Nearest Port

Maputo

Distance in 77.8 km

Truck Travel Time: 4’00’’

Car Travel time: 1’30’’

Nearest location with functioning wholesale markets,

or with significant manufacturing or production capacity

Matola

Distance in 70.5 km

Truck Travel Time: 3’30’’

Car Travel time: 1’20’’

Other Information

 

Fuel availability is good.

There are no weighbridges until Maputo.

Hours of Operation

Mondays

8:00 – 17:00

Tuesdays

8:00 – 17:00

Wednesdays

8:00 – 17:00

Thursdays

8:00 – 17:00

Fridays

8:00 – 17:00

Saturdays

8:00 – 17:00

Sundays

8:00 – 17:00

National Holidays

8:00 – 17:00

Seasonal Constraints

 

 

Daily Capacity

The border process is smooth and has plenty of capacity for the usual traffic.

 

Customs Clearance

Border & Vehicle Requirements:

  • A valid passport with more than 6 months remaining until expiry date. Citizens of South Africa, Botswana, Malawi, Mauritius, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe do not require visas, but all other nationalities require holiday visas (which can be obtained from the border) to get into Mozambique.
  • A valid driver's license for the driver.
  • Vehicle & boat registration documents.
  • Temporary import permits are compulsory for vehicles & must be filled in at the border.
  • A Compulsory Third-Party Liability insurance certificate (valid for 30 days from the date issued which can be obtained at the border) per vehicle & per towed application.
  • A "Declaration of entry of foreign currency" must be collected and completed at the customs desk if carrying over USD 5,000 in cash.
  • For vehicles longer than 6 meters, reflectors on the front and rear of your vehicle are required.
  • Each vehicle must have the 2 red reflective triangles & 2 reflective vests.
  • No drugs, firearms or explosive materials can be brought in Mozambique.

For more information on customs in Mozambique, please see the following link: 1.3 Customs Information

Other Relevant Information

Border & Vehicle Costs (prices are subject to change):

  • Third party insurance (available at the border) is compulsory – USD 11 per vehicle and USD 6 per Trailer.
  • Temporary import permit for vehicles and any towed trailer – USD 0.75 each.

For more information on government contact details, please see the following link: 4.1 Government Contact List

 


2.3.4 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Ressano Garcia

Overview

This is the main border post between South Africa and Mozambique and it serves the Maputo Corridor.  It is heavily trafficked with light vehicles (up to 6,000 per day) with people on business travels as far away as Gauteng, and/or tourists coming for the beaches in Mozambique, scenic drives and game viewing in South Africa (Kruger Park). It has also plenty of buses and trucks crossing the border (up to 400 trucks per day) mainly to/from the Port of Maputo, and also serves railway traffic.

Border Crossing Location and Contact

Name of Border Crossing

Mozambique: Ressano Garcia
South Africa: Lebombo

Province or District

Maputo

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Border Crossing

Ressano Garcia, 0 km

Latitude

-25.443035

Longitude

31.986763

Managing Authority / Agency

 

Contact Person

 

 

Travel Times

Nearest International Airport

Maputo

Distance 95.5 km

Truck Travel Time: 5’00’’

Car Travel time: 1’45’’

Nearest Port

Maputo

Distance 93.2 km

Truck Travel Time: 5’00’’

Car Travel time: 1’35’’

Nearest location with functioning wholesale markets,

or with significant manufacturing or production capacity

Matola

Distance 81.3 km

Truck Travel Time: 4’30’’

Car Travel time: 1’20’’

Other Information

 

There are fuel stations nearby.

There is a weighbridge before reaching Matola.

There is a separate route for heavy vehicles.

Hours of Operation

Mondays

06:00 – 24:00

Tuesdays

06:00 – 24:00

Wednesdays

06:00 – 24:00

Thursdays

06:00 – 24:00

Fridays

06:00 – 24:00

Saturdays

06:00 – 24:00

Sundays

06:00 – 24:00

National Holidays

06:00 – 24:00

Seasonal Constraints

 

 

Daily Capacity

The border has plenty of capacity, but during peak holiday periods and long weekends extensive delays occur even with separation of heavy and light traffic.

Customs Clearance

Border & Vehicle Requirements:

  • A valid passport with more than 6 months remaining until expiry date. Citizens of South Africa, Botswana, Malawi, Mauritius, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe do not require visas, but all other nationalities require holiday visas (which can be obtained from the border) to get into Mozambique.
  • A valid driver's license for the driver.
  • Vehicle & boat registration documents.
  • Temporary import permits are compulsory for vehicles & must be filled in at the border.
  • A Compulsory Third-Party Liability insurance certificate (valid for 30 days from the date issued which can be obtained at the border) per vehicle & per towed application.
  • A "Declaration of entry of foreign currency" must be collected and completed at the customs desk if carrying over USD 5,000 in cash.
  • For vehicles longer than 6 meters, reflectors on the front and rear of your vehicle are required.
  • Each vehicle must have the 2 red reflective triangles & 2 reflective vests.
  • No drugs, firearms or explosive materials can be brought in Mozambique.

For more information on customs in Mozambique, please see the following link: 1.3 Customs Information 

Other Relevant Information

Border & Vehicle Costs (prices are subject to change):

  • Third-party insurance (available at the border) is compulsory – USD 11 per vehicle and USD 6 per Trailer.
  • Temporary import permit for vehicles and any towed trailer – USD 0.75 each.

For more information on government contact details, please see the following link: 4.1 Government Contact List

 

2.3.5 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Giriyondo

Overview

This border crossing encompasses a very small border post between Mozambique (Limpopo Park) and South Africa (Kruger Park), only accessible with a 4 x 4 vehicle. It is advised that one not drive through this border during the rainy season.

Border Crossing Location and Contact

Name of Border Crossing

Giriyondo (Kruger/Limpopo National Parks)

Province or District

Gaza

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Border Crossing

Not relevant

Latitude

-23.583880

Longitude

31.660017

Managing Authority / Agency

 

Contact Person

 

 

Travel Times

Nearest International Airport

Not relevant

Nearest Port

 

Nearest location with functioning wholesale markets, or with significant manufacturing or production capacity

 

Other Information

There is no fuel available.

 

Hours of Operation

Mondays

October - March: 08:00 – 16:00

April - September: 08:00 – 15:00

Tuesdays

October - March: 08:00 – 16:00

April - September: 08:00 – 15:00

Wednesdays

October - March: 08:00 – 16:00

April - September: 08:00 – 15:00

Thursdays

October - March: 08:00 – 16:00

April - September: 08:00 – 15:00

Fridays

October - March: 08:00 – 16:00

April - September: 08:00 – 15:00

Saturdays

October - March: 08:00 – 16:00

April - September: 08:00 – 15:00

Sundays

October - March: 08:00 – 16:00

April - September: 08:00 – 15:00

National Holidays

 

October - March: 08:00 – 16:00

April - September: 08:00 – 15:00

Seasonal Constraints

It is not advised to use this crossing during the rainy season.

 

Daily Capacity

There is a very restricted capacity, reserved only for game viewers.

 

Customs Clearance

For more information on customs in Mozambique, please see the following link: 1.3 Customs Information 

 

Other Relevant Information

For more information on government contact details, please see the following link: 4.1 Government Contact List 


2.3.6 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Pafuri

Overview

This border crossing is a small border post between Mozambique (Limpopo Park) and South Africa (Kruger Park), and is also very close to Gonarezhou Park in Zimbabwe. It is only accessible with 4 x 4 vehicles. It is advised not to drive through this border during the rainy season, due to potential flooding of the Limpopo River. The border crossing is mainly used by game viewers of GLTP (Great Limpopo Trans-frontier Park), which includes South Africa's Kruger National Park, Mozambique's Limpopo National Park and the Gonarezhou National Park in Zimbabwe.

Border Crossing Location and Contact

Name of Border Crossing

Pafuri

Province or District

Gaza

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Border Crossing

Not relevant

Latitude

-22.449123

Longitude

31.315745

Managing Authority / Agency

 

Contact Person

 

Travel Times

Nearest International Airport

Not relevant

Nearest Port

Not relevant

Nearest location with functioning wholesale markets, or with significant manufacturing or production capacity

Not relevant

Other Information

There is no fuel available.

 

 

Hours of Operation

Mondays

08:00 – 16:00

Tuesdays

08:00 – 16:00

Wednesdays

08:00 – 16:00

Thursdays

08:00 – 16:00

Fridays

08:00 – 16:00

Saturdays

08:00 – 16:00

Sundays

08:00 – 16:00

National Holidays

08:00 – 16:00

Seasonal Constraints

There is restricted accessibility during the rainy season.


 

Daily Capacity

There is very restricted capacity, reserved only for game viewers of GLTP.

 

Customs Clearance

For more information on customs in Mozambique, please see the following link: 1.3 Customs Information 

 

Other Relevant Information

For more information on government contact details, please see the following link: 4.1 Government Contact List

 

 


2.3.7 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Chicualacuala

Overview

This border crossing mainly serves railway traffic on the Limpopo line, linking Maputo to Gweru, Bulawayo and Harare.

Border Crossing Location and Contact

Name of Border Crossing

Mozambique: Chicualacuala
Zimbabwe: Sango

Province or District

Gaza

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Border Crossing

Chicualacuala, 0 km

Latitude

-22.071654, 31.680744

Longitude

-22.071654, 31.680744

Managing Authority / Agency

 

Contact Person

 

 

Travel Times

Nearest International Airport

Not relevant

Nearest Port

Not relevant

Nearest location with functioning wholesale markets, or with significant manufacturing or production capacity

Not relevant

Other Information

There is fuel available.

Hours of Operation

Mondays

07:00 – 16:00

Tuesdays

07:00 – 16:00

Wednesdays

07:00 – 16:00

Thursdays

07:00 – 16:00

Fridays

07:00 – 16:00

Saturdays

07:00 – 16:00

Sundays

07:00 – 16:00

National Holidays

07:00 – 16:00

Seasonal Constraints

 

 

Daily Capacity

There is very restricted capacity for road traffic.

Customs Clearance

For more information on customs in Mozambique, please see the following link: 1.3 Customs Information 

Other Relevant Information

For more information on government contact details, please see the following link: 4.1 Government Contact List 

 

2.3.8 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Espungabera

Overview

This border post between Mozambique and Zimbabwe is only used for local traffic/border exchanges.

Border Crossing Location and Contact

Name of Border Crossing

Espungabera

Province or District

Manica

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Border Crossing

Not relevant

Latitude

-20.420845

Longitude

32.757643

Managing Authority / Agency

 

Contact Person

 

 

Travel Times

Nearest International Airport

Not relevant

Nearest Port

Not relevant

Nearest location with functioning wholesale markets,

or with significant manufacturing or production capacity

Not relevant

Other Information

There is no fuel available.

Hours of Operation

Mondays

08:00 – 17:00

Tuesdays

08:00 – 17:00

Wednesdays

08:00 – 17:00

Thursdays

08:00 – 17:00

Fridays

08:00 – 17:00

Saturdays

08:00 – 17:00

Sundays

08:00 – 17:00

National Holidays

08:00 – 17:00

Seasonal Constraints

 

 

Daily Capacity

As a very small border post there is very little capacity.

Customs Clearance

For more information on customs in Mozambique, please see the following link: 1.3 Customs Information

Other Relevant Information

For more information on government contact details, please see the following link: 4.1 Government Contact List 

 

2.3.9 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Machipanda

Overview

This is a very important border crossing between Mozambique and Zimbabwe that serves the Beira Corridor. It hosts a high volume of light vehicles, plenty of buses and trucks, and is a railway border as well.

Border Crossing Location and Contact

Name of Border Crossing

Mozambique: Machipanda
Zimbabwe: Forbes

Province or District

Manica

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Border Crossing

Manica, 20 km

Latitude

-19.005108

Longitude

32.713900

Managing Authority / Agency

 

Contact Person

 

 

Travel Times

Nearest International Airport

Beira

Distance 285 km

Truck Travel Time: 9’00’’

Car Travel time: 4’30’’

Nearest Port

Name

Distance 289 km

Truck Travel Time: 9’00’’

Car Travel time: 4’30’’

Nearest location with functioning wholesale markets,

or with significant manufacturing or production capacity

Beira

Distance 288 km

Truck Travel Time: 9’00’’

Car Travel time: 4’30’’

Other Information

Fuel is available.

There is a weighbridge on the way to Beira.

Hours of Operation

Mondays

06:00 – 18:00

Tuesdays

06:00 – 18:00

Wednesdays

06:00 – 18:00

Thursdays

06:00 – 18:00

Fridays

06:00 – 18:00

Saturdays

06:00 – 18:00

Sundays

06:00 – 18:00

National Holidays

06:00 – 18:00

Seasonal Constraints

 

 

Daily Capacity

The border post has good capacity and delays only occur during holiday season and long weekends.

Customs Clearance

Border & Vehicle Requirements:

  • A valid passport with more than 6 months remaining until expiry date. Citizens of South Africa, Botswana, Malawi, Mauritius, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe do not require visas, but all other nationalities require holiday visas (which can be obtained from the border) to get into Mozambique.
  • A valid driver's license for the driver.
  • Vehicle & boat registration documents.
  • Temporary import permits are compulsory for vehicles & must be filled in at the border.
  • A Compulsory Third-Party Liability insurance certificate (valid for 30 days from the date issued which can be obtained at the border) per vehicle & per towed application.
  • A "Declaration of entry of foreign currency" must be collected and completed at the customs desk if carrying over USD 5,000 in cash.
  • For vehicles longer than 6 meters, reflectors on the front and rear of your vehicle are required.
  • Each vehicle must have the 2 red reflective triangles & 2 reflective vests.
  • No drugs, firearms or explosive materials can be brought in Mozambique.

For more information on customs in Mozambique, please see the following link: 1.3 Customs Information

Other Relevant Information

Border & Vehicle Costs (prices are subject to change):

  • Third-party insurance (available at the border) is compulsory – USD 11 per vehicle and USD 6 per Trailer.
  • Temporary import permit for vehicles and any towed trailer – USD 0.75 each.

For more information on government contact details, please see the following link: 4.1 Government Contact List

 

2.3.10 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Nyamapanda

Overview

This border post between Mozambique and Zimbabwe is very busy with travellers coming from southern to central Africa. It is also crossed by numerous heavy vehicles transporting goods to/from Malawi to Zimbabwe and South Africa.

Border Crossing Location and Contact

Name of Border Crossing

Mozambique: Cuchamano
Zimbabwe: Nyamapanda

Province or District

Tete

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Border Crossing

 

Latitude

-16.963854

Longitude

32.862741

Managing Authority / Agency

 

Contact Person

 

 

Travel Times

Nearest International Airport

Harare

Distance 238 km

Truck Travel Time: 7’00’’

Car Travel time: 3’00’’

Nearest Port

Beira, Mozambique

Distance 543 km

Truck Travel Time: 12’00’’

Car Travel time: 8’00’’

Nearest location with functioning wholesale markets,

or with significant manufacturing or production capacity

Tete, Mozambique

Distance 145 km

Truck Travel Time: 4’00’’

Car Travel time: 2’00’’

Other Information

 

It is a busy border post on a busy road. Fuel is available and there are weighbridges on both sides of the border.

Hours of Operation

Mondays

06:00 – 18:00

Tuesdays

06:00 – 18:00

Wednesdays

06:00 – 18:00

Thursdays

06:00 – 18:00

Fridays

06:00 – 18:00

Saturdays

06:00 – 18:00

Sundays

06:00 – 18:00

National Holidays

06:00 – 18:00

Seasonal Constraints

 

 

Daily Capacity

This is usually a reasonably fast border crossing, but delays do occur when the number of trucks crossing the border increase.

Customs Clearance

Border & Vehicle Requirements:

  • A valid passport with more than 6 months remaining until expiry date. Citizens of South Africa, Botswana, Malawi, Mauritius, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe do not require visas, but all other nationalities require holiday visas (which can be obtained from the border) to get into Mozambique.
  • A valid driver's license for the driver.
  • Vehicle & boat registration documents.
  • Temporary import permits are compulsory for vehicles & must be filled in at the border.
  • A Compulsory Third-Party Liability insurance certificate (valid for 30 days from the date issued which can be obtained at the border) per vehicle & per towed application.
  • A "Declaration of entry of foreign currency" must be collected and completed at the customs desk if carrying over USD 5,000 in cash.
  • For vehicles longer than 6 meters, reflectors on the front and rear of your vehicle are required.
  • Each vehicle must have the 2 red reflective triangles & 2 reflective vests.
  • No drugs, firearms or explosive materials can be brought in Mozambique.

For more information on customs in Mozambique, please see the following link: 1.3 Customs Information 

Other Relevant Information

Border & Vehicle Costs (Prices are subject to change):

  • Third-party insurance (available at the border) is compulsory – USD 11 per vehicle and USD 6 per Trailer.
  • Temporary import permit for vehicles and any towed trailer – USD 0.75 each.

For more information on government contact details, please see the following link: 4.1 Government Contact List

 


2.3.11 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Chimefusa

Overview

This is the only border post between Zambia and Mozambique. It is not extensively used because its road access is not good. Truck drivers and travellers prefer to travel via Zimbabwe or Malawi.

Border Crossing Location and Contact

Name of Border Crossing

Chimefusa

Province or District

Tete

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Border Crossing

Tete, 276 km

Latitude

-14.302832

Longitude

32.349780

Managing Authority / Agency

 

Contact Person

 

 

Travel Times

Nearest International Airport

Lilongwe, Malawi

Distance 231 km

Truck Travel Time: 8’00’’

Car Travel time: 3’30’’

Nearest Port

Beira, Mozambique

Distance 861 km

Truck Travel Time: 20’00’’

Car Travel time: 13’00’’

Nearest location with functioning wholesale markets,

or with significant manufacturing or production capacity

Tete

Distance 276 km

Truck Travel Time: 7’00’’

Car Travel time: 4’00’’

Other Information

Fuel not easily available

Hours of Operation

Mondays

07:00 – 17:00

Tuesdays

07:00 – 17:00

Wednesdays

07:00 – 17:00

Thursdays

07:00 – 17:00

Fridays

07:00 – 17:00

Saturdays

07:00 – 17:00

Sundays

07:00 – 17:00

National Holidays

07:00 – 17:00

Seasonal Constraints

 

 

Daily Capacity

This is a very small border post with limited capacity.

Customs Clearance

For more information on customs in Mozambique, please see the following link: 1.3 Customs Information

Other Relevant Information

For more information on government contact details, please see the following link: 4.1 Government Contact List 

 

2.3.12 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Zobue

Overview

This border post is situated on the Tete Corridor, approximately 118 km from Tete, and is the principal entry point when travelling between Malawi and Mozambique. This border post point is on the Mozambique side.

Border Crossing Location and Contact

Name of Border Crossing

Mozambique: Zobue
Malawi: Mwanza

Province or District

Tete

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Border Crossing

Tete, 127 km

Latitude

-14.302832

Longitude

32.349780

Managing Authority / Agency

 

Contact Person

 

 

Travel Times

Nearest International Airport

Blantyre, Malawi

Distance 113 km

Truck Travel Time: 4’00’’

Car Travel time: 2’00’’

Nearest Port

Beira, Mozambique

Distance 713 km

Truck Travel Time: 18’00’’

Car Travel time: 11’00’’

Nearest location with functioning wholesale markets,

or with significant manufacturing or production capacity

Mwanza, Malawi

Distance 11 km

Truck Travel Time: 1’00’’

Car Travel time: 00’15’’

Other Information

Fuel availability is good.

Hours of Operation

Mondays

07:00 – 17:00

Tuesdays

07:00 – 17:00

Wednesdays

07:00 – 17:00

Thursdays

07:00 – 17:00

Fridays

07:00 – 17:00

Saturdays

07:00 – 17:00

Sundays

07:00 – 17:00

National Holidays

07:00 – 17:00

Seasonal Constraints

 

 

Daily Capacity

The border has a good capacity and functions well.  However, being on the busy Tete Corridor that links Malawi with Zimbabwe and South Africa, delays occur if an increased number of trucks crossing the border.

Customs Clearance

Border & Vehicle Requirements:

  • A valid passport with more than 6 months remaining until expiry date. Citizens of South Africa, Botswana, Malawi, Mauritius, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe do not require visas, but all other nationalities require holiday visas (which can be obtained from the border) to get into Mozambique.
  • A valid driver's license for the driver.
  • Vehicle & boat registration documents.
  • Temporary import permits are compulsory for vehicles & must be filled in at the border.
  • A Compulsory Third-Party Liability insurance certificate (valid for 30 days from the date issued which can be obtained at the border) per vehicle & per towed application.
  • A "Declaration of entry of foreign currency" must be collected and completed at the customs desk if carrying over USD 5,000 in cash.
  • For vehicles longer than 6 meters, reflectors on the front and rear of your vehicle are required.
  • Each vehicle must have the 2 red reflective triangles & 2 reflective vests.
  • No drugs, firearms or explosive materials can be brought in Mozambique.

For more information on customs in Mozambique, please see the following link: 1.3 Customs Information

Other Relevant Information

Border & Vehicle Costs (prices are subject to change):

  • Third-party insurance (available at the border) is compulsory – USD 11 per vehicle and USD 6 per Trailer.
  • Temporary import permit for vehicles and any towed trailer – USD 0.75 each.

For more information on government contact details, please see the following link: 4.1 Government Contact List

 

2.3.13 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Milange

Overview

Border Crossing Location and Contact

Name of Border Crossing

Mozambique: Milange
Malawi: Mulange

Province or District

Zambezia

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Border Crossing

Milange

5 km

Latitude

-16.080508

Longitude

35.736936

Managing Authority / Agency

 

Contact Person

 

 

Travel Times

Nearest International Airport

Blantyre, Malawi

Distance 96 km

Truck Travel Time: 4’00’’

Car Travel time: 2’00’’

Nearest Port

Quelimane

Distance 320 km

Truck Travel Time: 8’00’’

Car Travel time: 4’00’’

Nearest location with functioning wholesale markets,

or with significant manufacturing or production capacity

Blantyre, Malawi

Distance 96 km

Truck Travel Time: 4’00’’

Car Travel time: 2’00’’

Other Information

Fuel is usually available.

Hours of Operation

Mondays

06:00 – 18:00

Tuesdays

06:00 – 18:00

Wednesdays

06:00 – 18:00

Thursdays

06:00 – 18:00

Fridays

06:00 – 18:00

Saturdays

06:00 – 18:00

Sundays

06:00 – 18:00

National Holidays

06:00 – 18:00

Seasonal Constraints

 

 

Daily Capacity

This is a well-functioning border post with little heavy traffic.

Customs Clearance

Border & Vehicle Requirements:

  • A valid passport with more than 6 months remaining until expiry date. Citizens of South Africa, Botswana, Malawi, Mauritius, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe do not require visas, but all other nationalities require holiday visas (which can be obtained from the border) to get into Mozambique.
  • A valid driver's license for the driver.
  • Vehicle & boat registration documents.
  • Temporary import permits are compulsory for vehicles & must be filled in at the border.
  • A Compulsory Third-Party Liability insurance certificate (valid for 30 days from the date issued which can be obtained at the border) per vehicle & per towed application.
  • A "Declaration of entry of foreign currency" must be collected and completed at the customs desk if carrying over USD 5,000 in cash.
  • For vehicles longer than 6 meters, reflectors on the front and rear of your vehicle are required.
  • Each vehicle must have the 2 red reflective triangles & 2 reflective vests.
  • No drugs, firearms or explosive materials can be brought in Mozambique.

For more information on customs in Mozambique, please see the following link: 1.3 Customs Information

Other Relevant Information

Border & Vehicle Costs (prices are subject to change):

  • Third-party insurance (available at the border) is compulsory – USD 11 per vehicle and USD 6 per Trailer.
  • Temporary import permit for vehicles and any towed trailer – USD 0.75 each.

For more information on government contact details, please see the following link: 4.1 Government Contact List

 

2.3.14 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Mandimba

Overview

This is a small border post between Mozambique and Malawi which is mainly used by the local population.

Border Crossing Location and Contact

Name of Border Crossing

Mozambique: Mandimba

Malawi: Chiponde

Province or District

Niassa

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Border Crossing

Mandimba, 3.8 km

Latitude

-14.371304

Longitude

35.615248

Managing Authority / Agency

 

Contact Person

 

 

Travel Times

Nearest International Airport

Blantyre, Malawi

Distance 255 km

Truck Travel Time: 8’00’’

Car Travel time: 5’00’’

Nearest Port

Nacala, Mozambique

Distance 672 km

Truck Travel Time: 20’00’’

Car Travel time: 11’00’’

Nearest location with functioning wholesale markets,

or with significant manufacturing or production capacity

Lichinga, Mozambique

Distance 249 km

Truck Travel Time: 8’00’’

Car Travel time: 4’00’’

Other Information

Fuel is not easily available.

Hours of Operation

Mondays

06:00 – 18:00

Tuesdays

06:00 – 18:00

Wednesdays

06:00 – 18:00

Thursdays

06:00 – 18:00

Fridays

06:00 – 18:00

Saturdays

06:00 – 18:00

Sundays

06:00 – 18:00

National Holidays

06:00 – 18:00

Seasonal Constraints

 

 

Daily Capacity

This is a small border post with limited capacity.

Customs Clearance

For more information on customs in Mozambique, please see the following link: 1.3 Customs Information 

Other Relevant Information

For more information on government contact details, please see the following link: 4.1 Government Contact List

 

2.3.15 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Negomano

Overview

This is a small border post that is easily accessed due to recent construction of the Unity Bridge between Mozambique and Tanzania. However, there is not much traffic between the two countries at this stage.

Border Crossing Location and Contact

Name of Border Crossing

Negomane

Province or District

Cabo Delgado

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Border Crossing

Pemba, 486 km

Latitude

-11.413426

Longitude

38.493445

Managing Authority / Agency

 

Contact Person

 

 

Travel Times

Nearest International Airport

Nampula

Distance 734 km

Truck Travel Time: 20’00’’

Car Travel time: 11’00’’

Nearest Port

Pemba

Distance 486 km

Truck Travel Time: 14’00’’

Car Travel time: 8’00’’

Nearest location with functioning wholesale markets,

or with significant manufacturing or production capacity

Pemba

Distance 486 km

Truck Travel Time: 14’00’’

Car Travel time: 8’00’’

Other Information

Fuel is not easily available.

Hours of Operation

Mondays

07:30 – 16:00

Tuesdays

07:30 – 16:00

Wednesdays

07:30 – 16:00

Thursdays

07:30 – 16:00

Fridays

07:30 – 16:00

Saturdays

07:30 – 16:00

Sundays

07:30 – 16:00

National Holidays

07:30 – 16:00

Seasonal Constraints

 

 

Daily Capacity

This is a small border post with little capacity.

Customs Clearance

For more information on customs in Mozambique, please see the following link: 1.3 Customs Information

Other Relevant Information

For more information on government contact details, please see the following link: 4.1 Government Contact List


2.3.16 Mozambique Land Border Crossing of Namoto

Overview

This is a small border post mainly used for local traffic. For access, it is necessary to cross the Rovuma River by a small ferry, hence why it is not much used by road vehicles.

Border Crossing Location and Contact

Name of Border Crossing

Mozambique: Namoto

Tanzania: KIlambo

Province or District

Cabo Delgado

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Border Crossing

Quionga, 20 km

Latitude

-10.519360

Longitude

40.380894

Managing Authority / Agency

 

Contact Person

 

 

Travel Times

Nearest International Airport

Nampula

Distance 696 km

Truck Travel Time: 24’00’’

Car Travel time: 11’00’’

Nearest Port

Pemba

Distance 430 km

Truck Travel Time: 12’00’’

Car Travel time: 7’00’’

Nearest location with functioning wholesale markets,

or with significant manufacturing or production capacity

Quionga

Distance 20 km

Truck Travel Time: 2’00’’

Car Travel time: 1’00’’

Other Information

There is no fuel available.

Hours of Operation

Mondays

07:00 – 19:00

Tuesdays

07:00 – 19:00

Wednesdays

07:00 – 19:00

Thursdays

07:00 – 19:00

Fridays

07:00 – 19:00

Saturdays

07:00 – 19:00

Sundays

07:00 – 19:00

National Holidays

07:00 – 19:00

Seasonal Constraints

 

 

Daily Capacity

This is a very small border post with limited capacity.

Customs Clearance

For more information on customs in Mozambique, please see the following link: 1.3 Customs Information 

Other Relevant Information

For more information on government contact details, please see the following link: 4.1 Government Contact List

 

2.4 Mozambique Railway Assessment

Railways Overview

The Mozambique Ports and Railways Administration (CFM) was created in 1931. The railway system was developed in order to be connected with the three main ports of Maputo, Beira and Nacala, mainly to provide a fast, safe and efficient transit transportation service for mineral and agriculture exports from South Africa, Zimbabwe and Malawi, and for some national traffic from landlocked provinces. The main railway network is about 2,500 km long, distributed in three systems in the South, Central and North, each with 1,067 mm (3’6”) gauge (cape gauge) that is compatible with neighbouring railways networks.

The railway system was designed mainly for goods transportation, i.e. there are little passenger rail services in the country. On the other hand, there is no direct rail connection between the three systems inside Mozambique territory; connections are however available via neighbouring countries.

The railways were severely targeted by acts of war after the independence of Mozambique in 1975, first by Rhodesian forces prior to Zimbabwe’s independence in 1980, and then during the civil war in Mozambique which lasted until the nineties. These acts of war inflicted major damages on railway lines and bridges, and on locomotives and wagons that consequently disrupted traffic. Recent extensive infrastructure rehabilitation and locomotive and rolling stock renewal programmes undertaken across all three networks, combined with some strategic management concessions, have brought railways back to adequate operational conditions and to be reliable transportation services.

Plans exist to augment the capacity of the current railway system and to build new lines to serve the growing mineral market, which mainly consists of coal from the Tete province.

Safety of cargo in transit has been a main concern of the railway operators, which has led to additional investments in safety locks and guards, as well as generally improved standards which allow for an increased speed of trains.

For more information on government contact details, please see the following link: 4.1 Government Contact List

Travel Time Matrix

This is not relevant because passenger traffic is concentrated mainly in suburban areas with very little long-distance journeys. However, the following connections are worth mentioning:

  • Nacala – Nampula: 8 hours
  • Nampula – Cuamba: 15 hours
  • Nampula – Lichinga: 20 hours
  • Beira – Chimoio: 7 hours

 

Railway Companies and Consortia

CFM-South

The CFM-South network has the following main lines, all managed by CFM:

  • The Goba Line to the Swaziland border (71 km). Transit time from Maputo-Goba – 3 hours.
  • The Limpopo Line to the Zimbabwe border (522 km). Transit time from Maputo-Chicualacuala – 13 hours.
  • The Ressano Garcia Line to the South Africa border (88 Km). Transit time from Maputo-R.Garcia – 4 hours.

There is a partial concession for iron ore traffic with Transnet on the Ressano Garcia line, and another for passenger traffic with Fleet Rail on the Goba and Ressano Garcia lines.



CFM Centre

The CFM-Centre network has the following main lines:

  • The Machipanda Line to the Zimbabwe border (318 km), operated by CFM. Transit time from Beira-Machipanda – 11 hours.
  • The Sena Line (from Dondo) to the Malawi border (Nsanje) and Moatize in the Tete province (335 km), operated by CFM, Jindal and ICVL.

ICVL and Jindal have a partial concession for the transportation of coal from Moatize. Their combined capacity is 180,000 tons/month.

 


CFM North

The CFM-North network has a main line from Nacala to the Malawi border (Entre-Lagos) via Cuamba (610 km), and a branch from Cuamba to Lichinga (262 km). The railways are managed by the “Corredor do Norte” (CDN) through a long-term concession that incorporates the railway system in Malawi (CEAR), as well as the link to Moatize, the Tete province, and to Chipata, Zambia.

For more information on railway company contact details, please see the following link: 4.10 Railway Companies Contact List

Capacity Table CFM-South (cargo only)

Rail Operator Capacity

 

CFM

Transnet

Lines Operates On

Ressano Garcia line (88 km)

Limpopo Line (522 km)

Goba Line (71 km)

Ressano Garcia line (88 km)

Max Train Length and / or Pulling Capacity

Max train length – 800 metres

Pulling capacity – 50 to 75 wagons

Max train length – 800 metres

Pulling capacity – 50 to 75 wagons

Locomotives

Diesel locomotives of 2,200 - 3,000 HP

Diesel locomotives of 3,000 HP

Covered Freight Wagons Size (m)

14

14

Flatbed Freight Wagons Size (m)

14

14

High-sided Freight Wagons Size (m)

14

9 to 14

Drop-side Freight Wagons Size (m)

14

14

Capacity Table CFM-Centre (cargo only)

 

CFM, ICVL and Jindal

CFM

Lines Operates On

Sena line (335 km)

Machipanda line (318 km)

Max Train Length and / or Pulling Capacity

1,500 metres

450 metres

Locomotives

Diesel

Diesel

Covered Freight Wagons Size (m)

n/a

 

Flatbed Freight Wagons Size (m)

n/a

13

High-sided Freight Wagons Size (m)

13

13

Drop-side Freight Wagons Size (m)

n/a

13

Capacity Table CFM-North (cargo only)

Rail Operator Capacity

  CDN CDN

Lines Operates On

Nacala – Entre Lagos (601 km)

Cuamba – Lichinga (262 km)

Max Train Length and / or Pulling Capacity

40 wagons

25 wagons

Locomotives

Diesel

Diesel

Covered Freight Wagons Size (m)

10 to 13

10 to 13

Flatbed Freight Wagons Size (m)

13 and 14

13 and 14

High-sided Freight Wagons Size (m)

n/a

n/a

Drop-side Freight Wagons Size (m)

n/a

n/a

 

Key Route Information

CFM-South

Standard Route Information

 

Ressano Garcia Line

From Maputo – To Komatipoort

Limpopo Line

From Maputo – To Chicualacuala

Goba Line

From Maputo – To Goba

Track Gauge

1,067 mm or 3’ 6” (cape gauge)

1,067 mm or 3’ 6” (cape gauge)

1,067 mm or 3’ 6” (cape gauge)

Ruling Gradient

Maximum: 0.019 % for each 200 metres

Minimum: 0.0042% for each 300 metres

Maximum: 1.54% for each 300 metres

Minimum: 0.02% for each 400 metres

Maximum: 2.8% for each 433 metres

Minimum: 0.5 % for each 1.73 metres

Total Track Distance

0-20 km - double line

20-88 km - single line

0-5.1 km - double line

5.1-522 km - single line

0-10 km - double line

10-71 km - single line

Type of Rail

54 kg, welded

40 kg and 45 kg, welded

40 kg and 45 kg, welded

Type of Sleeper and Fastenings

Concrete sleepers (monoblock),
and wooden sleepers for bridges and turnouts.
Elastic and rigid fastening.

Concrete sleepers (monoblock),
and wooden sleepers for bridges and turnouts.
Elastic and rigid fastening.

Concrete sleepers (monoblock),
and wooden sleepers for bridges and turnouts.
Elastic and rigid fastening.

Total Track Travel Time

4 hours

18 hours

3.5 hours

Maintenance

Marginal

 Bad

Marginal

Companies / Consortiums Operating on Line

CFM

Transnet (iron ore)

Fleet Rail (passengers)

CFM

CFM

Fleet Rail (passengers)

Traffic Frequency

 Daily

 Daily

Daily

Security

Good

Good

Good

Main Stations

  • Maputo
  • Infulene
  • Machava
  • Matola Gare
  • Tenga
  • Pessene
  • Moamba
  • Movene
  • Ressano Garcia
  • Infulene
  • Gare de Mercadorias
  • Marracuene
  • Manhiça
  • Magude
  • Xinavane
  • Chókwè
  • Mabalane
  • Combomune
  • M´puzi
  • Mapai
  • Chicualacuala
  • Boane
  • Salamanga
  • Goba

 

CFM-Centre

 

Sena Line

From Dondo to Malawi border (Nsanje) and Moatize

Machipanda Line

From Beira to Machipanda

Track Gauge

1,067 mm or 3’ 6” (cape gauge)

1,067 mm or 3’ 6” (cape gauge)

Ruling Gradient

 

29.16 %

Total Track Distance

547 km – single line

318 km – single line

Type of Rail

54 kg/m

 

Type of Sleeper and Fastenings

Concrete sleepers (monoblock).

Pandrol clip.

Mix of concrete (monoblock),
wooden and steel sleepers.

Pandrol clip, spikes, coach-screws.

Total Track Travel Time

   

Maintenance

Good

Good

Companies / Consortiums Operating on Line

CFM, ICVL and Jindal

CFM

Traffic Frequency

Daily

Daily

Security

Good

Good

Main Stations

  • Semacueza
  • Muanza
  • Inhaminga
  • Inhamitanga
  • Caia
  • Sena
  • D. Ana
  • Doa
  • Cambulatsitse
  • Moatize
  • Manga
  • Dondo
  • Tica
  • Nhamatanda
  • Inchope
  • Gondola
  • Cafumpe
  • Chimoio
  • Matsinhe
  • Garuso
  • Manica
  • Machipanda


CFM-North

 

Route A

Nacala – Entre Lagos

Route B

Cuamba – Lichinga

Track Gauge

1,067 mm or 3’ 6” (cape gauge)

1,067 mm or 3’ 6” (cape gauge)

Ruling Gradient

   

Total Track Distance

610 km – single line

262 km – single line

Type of Rail

57 kg/m welded,
with some stretches still with 40 kg/m

40 kg/m, not welded

Type of Sleeper and Fastenings

Concrete sleepers (monoblock and bi-block).

Elastic fastening.

Concrete sleepers (bi-block).

Elastic fastening.

Total Track Travel Time

   

Maintenance

Good

Good

Companies / Consortiums Operating on Line

CDN

CDN

Traffic Frequency

42 monthly

Occasional

Security

Good

Good

Main Stations

  • Nacala
  • Monapo
  • Namialo
  • Nampula
  • Rapale
  • Ribaué
  • Iapala
  • Cuamba
  • Entre Lagos
  • Cuamba
  • Lichinga


Key Stations

CFM-South

Key Station Information

 

Gare de Mercadorias

Location

Mahotas Road-Rail Terminal in Maputo

Contact Information

Avenue Das Forças Populares, Rua da Gare, Nº 312 Maputo-Mozambique

T. : +258 21 460 780

Email: stm.mahotas@stm.co.mz

Connections with Other

Transport Means

Road

Storage Capacity

(m2 and m3)

110,000 m2

Handling Equipment

 

Handling Capacity

 

Other Comments

Private Railway Section – 1,500 m

Area served by the Railway – 60,000 m2


CFM Centre

Key Station Information

 

Beira Station

Moatize Station

Machipanda Station

Location

Beira

Moatize

Machipanda

Contact Information

     

Connections with Other

Transport Means

  • Port of Beira
  • Road network in Sofala and Manica provinces
  • Beira Airport (road connection)
  • Road network in Tete province
  • Tete airport (road connection)
  • Road
   

Storage Capacity

(m2 and m3)

     

Handling Equipment

     

Handling Capacity

 

 

 

Other Comments

     


CFM North

Key Station Information

 

Nacala

Nampula

Entre Lagos

Location

Nacala

Nampula

Entre Lagos

Contact Information

+258 213448446

+258 21344843

+258 847869802

Connections with Other

Transport Means

  • Port of Nacala
  • Road network in Nampula, Niassa and Zambézia provinces
  • Nampula airport (road connection)
   

Storage Capacity

(m2 and m3)

     

Handling Equipment

     

Handling Capacity

 

 

 

Other Comments

     

 

Tariffs


2.5 Mozambique Waterway Assessment


 

A number of major rivers cross Mozambique, the main ones being the Rovuma, Lúrio, Zambezi, Púngue, Save, Limpopo, Incomati and Umbeluzi rivers. The biggest is the Zambezi River.

Like all rain-fed rivers, the levels and force of the currents of Mozambique’s rivers fluctuate considerably with the seasons, and banks and shallows shift constantly. This makes navigation difficult and time consuming when trying to locate safe channels. Occasionally barges are forced to wait for rain somewhere upstream to be able to continue their voyage. There is not a lot of organised river transport, with the exception of Sena Sugar Estates on the Zambezi River.

Sena Sugar has one 300-ton flat-top barge and a pusher tug. Sugar for export is transported to Quelimane, and to Beira for transhipment. A 30 ton self-propelled barge is located in Caia and may be used for emergencies, as can other smaller barges owned by commercial operators.

A feasibility study on the proposed $6-billion Shire–Zambezi waterway, which will give Malawi access to the sea through the Nsanje inland port, has indicated that the project is technically feasible but not financially viable without investment from the beneficiary countries of Malawi, Mozambique and Zambia.

Mozambique shares a shoreline of approximately 350 km on Lake Malawi with Tanzania and Malawi, with road access to the lakeshore at Cóbue, Metangula and Meponda. None of these locations have any port infrastructure, but, on occasion, bigger vessels have called at Cóbue and Metangula from Malawi, and break-bulk shipments were discharged using small local wooden boats to ferry cargo ashore.

 

For more information on government contact details, please see the following link: 4.1 Government Contact List

Company Information

The movement of passengers in inland waterways is insignificant, as most use small, local craft.

For more information on waterway company contact details, please see the following link: 4.3 Port and Waterways Companies Contact List

Key Routes

Southern Region

In the Southern region, there are few river transport operators. In the past, when a flood-related emergency occurs, local fishermen are mobilised to assist stranded populations and those at risk.  Members of the yacht clubs in Maputo have also been called upon to make their Rigid Hull Inflatable Boats (RHIBs) and other ski boats available to provide assistance.

Central Region

In the Central Region, there is generally better river transport capacity. Given the periodic reoccurrence of flood emergencies, operators have maintained their fleets in the area, e.g. Caia. There is also some movement of commercial boats on the Zambezi River. The available capacity includes 3 barges (under 10 dwt), with a combined capacity of 26 tons, and 11 barges or ferry boats (above 50 dwt) with a combined capacity of 550 tons. In addition to the barges owned by Sena Sugar, the larger capacity barges include a 200-ton barge owned by a palm oil company, and five 50-ton barges owned by other private operators.

River or lake transport availability on the lake of the Cahora Bassa Dam includes privately-owned boats with a total capacity of 47 tons.

Northern Region

There is no river transport capacity in the Northern Region.



2.6 Mozambique Storage Assessment

Mozambique Storage Assessment

Storage requirements can be divided in central warehousing, provincial or centrally located intermediate warehousing and smaller storage facilities close to the final delivery points.In principal, economies of scale and road conditions influence the transport costs and dispatches from central warehouses are completed using long-haul vehicles to destinations where road conditions and cargo volumes allow.

4.6 Mozambique Storage and Milling Company Contact List

Commercial Storage

Location

Owner

Available for Rent

Capacity

mt / m² / m³

Type [1]

Access [2]

Condition [3]

Maputo

Sociedade de Terminales de Moçambique

Yes

12,000 mt

n/a n/a n/a

Beira

Cornelder de Moçambique

Yes

12,000 mt

n/a n/a n/a

Beira

Manica Freight Services

Yes

24,000 mt

n/a n/a n/a

Nacala

Manica Freight Services

n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

Nacala

Mocargo Lda

n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

[1] Warehouse Type: Open storage, container, rub-hall, silo, concrete, other, unspecified

[2] Warehouse Access: Raised-siding, flat

[3] Warehouse condition: Appears intact, appears damaged, under construction/repair

For further information on commercial storage, please select the following document:

Mozambique Storage Assessment Additional Information

Storage Used by Humanitarian Organizations

Maputo is the location where most organisations maintain central warehouses due to its capital city status and presence of suppliers, transporters and main logistics infrastructure including sea-port, international airport and the cargo terminals for customs clearance of items originating from South Africa. The Logistics Cluster participants warehouses are generally small structures, scattered around the two provinces and they are often in locations that are not well connected to major roads. This leaves little opportunity for logistics augmentation purposes unless an emergency occurs in a very specific area. Consequently, only a few of the paticipants warehouses could be used as intermediate warehouses in emergencies (e.g. Save the Children has an 800 mt facility in Xai-Xai)

In Gaza and Inhambane there are MSU’s with a storage capacity for food of 3,600 mt. Each MSU has a floor area of 320 m² with a potential capacity of about 1,300 m³. They can be transferred relatively easily from one location to another to meet changing operational requirements. There is currently one MSU in Maputo, 3 in the Gaza Province and 5 in Inhambane Province, whichcan be positioned at response areas, as required. In addition, MSU’s could be moved from the Central Region to the Sou. WFP has 7 MSU’s in stock in Moçambique… 1 are in Maputo and 6 are in Beira

For further information on storage used by humanitarian organisations, please select the folllowing document:

Mozambique Storage Assessment Additional Information

2.6.1 Mozambique Storage Assessment - Beira


Beira is the capital and largest city of Sofala Province located in central region of Mozambique. Beira is situated on the Mozambique Channel (Indian Ocean) at the mouths of the Pungue and Buzi rivers. Beira is the second largest seaport for international cargo transportation to Mozambique after Maputo. Being a coastal city, Beira holds the regionally significant Port of Beira, which acts as a gateway for both the central interior portion of the country as well as the land-locked nations of Zimbabwe, Zambia and Malawi. In March 2019, the city was heavily damaged by Cyclone Idai. In terms of storage capacity, the largest storage facilities are located inside the Port areas. These facilities are held by Netherland-based CORNELDER, Beira Grain Terminal (BGT), MANICA Freight Services. WFP can negotiate access to these facilities based on needs surge. There are other major companies that hold commercial storage facilities inside and outside the port areas, such as BOLLORE Logistics, Independent Beira Logistics Terminal Services (IBLT), Export Marketing Co (ETG) and Agility. There are also some individuals who possess good storage facilities that can be rented.

In general, reliable storage facilities exist though sometimes difficult to locate. Some facilities are located in floods prone areas that don’t assure adequate protection of goods during rainy seasons. There are rodents and frequent infestations due to semi-permanent marshes that surround Beira City.

For more information on storage company contact details, please see the following link: 4.6 Storage and Milling Companies Contact List.

Commercial Storage

Here are the major commercial storage facilities that can be relied on in Beira, in case of surge needs.


Location

Owner

Available for Rent

Capacity

Type [1]

Access [2]

Condition [3]

Beira Bollore

Yes

TBC Concrete Flat Appears intact
Beira ETG Yes TBC Concrete Flat Appears intact
Beira Agility Yes TBC Concrete TBC TBC
Beira IBLT No TBC Concrete Flat Appears intact
Beira Cornelder Yes 12,000 MT Concrete Flat TBC
Beira BGT Yes TBC Concrete Flat Appears intact
Beira MANICA Yes 24,000 MT Concrete Flat Appears intact
Beira Terramar Yes 10,000 MT Concrete Flat Appears intact

[1] Warehouse Type: Open storage, container, rub-hall, silo, concrete, other, unspecified
[2] Warehouse Access: Raised-siding, flat
[3] Warehouse condition: Appears intact, appears damaged, under construction/repair

Storage Used by Humanitarian Organizations

In Beira, the major Agencies that have presence are WFP, UNICEF, UNFPA, FAO, IFRC, and MSF. WFP holds the biggest storage capacity, one warehouse managed directly by WFP and 2 managed by third parties – Bollore and Agility. UNICEF and IFRC have small warehouses managed by their staff. Other agencies have no storage facilities, they occasionally request to share storage with other agencies.

Location

Organization

Sharing Possibility

Capacity

Type [1]

Access [2]

Condition [3]

Beira, Vaz area WFP

Yes

9,776 m3 / 1,866 m2 Concrete Flat Appears intact
Beira, Vaz area WFP Yes

18,000 m3 / 2,000 m2

Concrete Flat Appears intact
Beira, CFM, Bollore WFP Yes

9,692 m3 / 1,589 m2

Concrete Raised-siding Appears intact
Beira Unicef TBC TBC Concrete Flat Appears intact
Beira IFRC No TBC Concrete Flat Appears intact

[1] Warehouse Type: Open storage, container, rub-hall, silo, concrete, other, unspecified
[2]
 Warehouse Access: Raised-siding, flat
[3]
 Warehouse condition: Appears intact, appears damaged, under construction/repair

Public Sector Storage

Mozambique’s National Institute for Disaster Management and Risk Reduction (INGD) is the leading Government agency that coordinates intervention in case of emergency surge.

Location

Ministry / Agency

Use Possibility

Capacity
(MT / m² / m³)


Type [1]

Access [2]

Condition [3]

Beira, Vaz area INGD

Yes

1000 MT Concrete Flat Appears intact

[1] Warehouse Type: Open storage, container, rub-hall, silo, concrete, other, unspecified
[2] Warehouse Access: Raised-siding, flat
[3] Warehouse condition: Appears intact, appears damaged, under construction/repair

Cold Chain

UNICEF is currently leading transport and storage of COVID-19 vaccines in Beira.

Location

Organization / Owner

Type [1]

Cooling /  Power [2]

Quantity

Total Capacity (m³)

Condition

Beira Unicef TBC TBC TBC TBC Good

[1] Cold Room Positive, Cold Room Negative, Refrigerator, Freezer, etc.
[2] Compression, Absorption, Solar, Other, unspecified


2.6.2 Mozambique Storage Assessment - Chimoio


Chimoio City is located in south-central Mozambique. It is a commercial and industrial centre. The Chicamba Real hydroelectric-power plant on the nearby Revuè River provides power for the city’s cotton, steel, and saw mills and for the manufacture of coarse textiles and processing of other agricultural and mineral products. Chimoio is connected by road and railway southeast to the port of Beira.

There are no many options for storage facilities in Chimoio. However, the few existing ones are very reliable, and they are sufficient for current needs. The major storage facility is owned by Shiraj Mossa NADAT Company. There is also a milling company called DECA.

For more information on storage company contact details, please see the following link: 4.6 Storage and Milling Companies Contact List.

Commercial Storage


Location

Owner

Available for Rent

Capacity

Type [1]

Access [2]

Condition [3]

Chimoio NADAT

Yes

8,600 MT Concrete Flat Appears intact
Chimoio DECA Limitada Yes 18,000 MT Concrete Flat Appears intact

[1] Warehouse Type: Open storage, container, rub-hall, silo, concrete, other, unspecified
[2] Warehouse Access: Raised-siding, flat
[3] Warehouse condition: Appears intact, appears damaged, under construction/repair

Storage Used by Humanitarian Organizations

In Chimoio, UNWFP is the main Agency that has its presence in Manica province. FAO has an office, but they are sub-renting one store with WFP.

Location

Organization

Sharing Possibility

Capacity
(MT / m² / m³)


Type [1]

Access [2]

Condition [3]

Chimoio WFP Yes 4500 m2 Conrete Flat Appears intact

[1] Warehouse Type: Open storage, container, rub-hall, silo, concrete, other, unspecified
[2]
 Warehouse Access: Raised-siding, flat
[3]
 Warehouse condition: Appears intact, appears damaged, under construction/repair


2.6.3 Mozambique Storage Assessment - Tete


Tete is the capital city of Tete Province in Mozambique, located at west-central part of the country, on the Zambezi River. There are very limited storage facilities in Tete.

For more information on storage company contact details, please see the following link: 4.6 Storage and Milling Companies Contact List.


Storage Used by Humanitarian Organizations

In Tete, UNWFP is the main agency that has its presence in the province.

Location

Organization

Sharing Possibility

Capacity

Type [1]

Access [2]

Condition [3]

Tete WFP

Yes

2,500 MT Concrete Flat Appears intact

[1] Warehouse Type: Open storage, container, rub-hall, silo, concrete, other, unspecified
[2]
 Warehouse Access: Raised-siding, flat
[3]
 Warehouse condition: Appears intact, appears damaged, under construction/repair

Public Sector Storage

Mozambique’s National Institute for Disaster Management and Risk Reduction (INGD) is the leading Government agency that coordinates intervention in case of emergency surge.

Location

Ministry / Agency

Use Possibility

Capacity

Type [1]

Access [2]

Condition [3]

Tete INGD Yes 1,500 MT Conrete Flat Appears intact

[1] Warehouse Type: Open storage, container, rub-hall, silo, concrete, other, unspecified
[2] Warehouse Access: Raised-siding, flat
[3] Warehouse condition: Appears intact, appears damaged, under construction/repair

2.6.4 Mozambique Storage Assessment - Quelimane

Quelimane is the administrative capital of the Zambezia Province, located at the costal central region in Mozambique.  The city stands 25 km from the mouth of the Rio dos Bons Sinais. Quelimane, along with much of Zambezia Province, is extremely prone to floods during Mozambique's rainy season. Commercial storage facilities exist, but a few of them are reliable. Due to climate conditions, rodents and frequent infestation are the main constraints when it comes to warehouse management in Quelimane.

For more information on storage company contact details, please see the following link: 4.6 Storage and Milling Companies Contact List.

Commercial Storage


Location

Owner

Available for Rent

Capacity

Type [1]

Access [2]

Condition [3]

Quelimane Arif

Yes

TBC Concrete Flat TBC
Quelimane MZM Yes TBC Concrete Flat TBC

[1] Warehouse Type: Open storage, container, rub-hall, silo, concrete, other, unspecified
[2] Warehouse Access: Raised-siding, flat
[3] Warehouse condition: Appears intact, appears damaged, under construction/repair

2.7 Mozambique Milling Assessment

Mozambique Milling Assessment

Milling Overview

Milling companies in Moçambique can be classified into 2 categories:

  1. Medium to large scale organisations who mill mostly wheat and maize
  2. Small-scale organisations who mostly mill maize and cassava (less than 5 mt/day)

Medium to large-scale Millers

 There are about eight medium to large millers in Moçambique who have milling capacities ranging from 50 mt/day to 380 mt/day in a variety of bag sizes from 1 kg to 50 kg.

Small-scale Millers

Small-scale millers process less than 5 mt of grain per day, but many typically mill less than 1 mt. A typical mill might have 1 – 3 hammer mills and they mill locally produced cereals for local consumption. The customers either grow their own cereals or purchase un-milled supplies in the market and bring for milling, for which the owner charges. Batches of 3 – 15 kg of grain may be milled at a time, feeding a household for up to 2 weeks. This flour is not normally packaged and none of the millers know about, or had the equipment, for fortification. The operational aspects of these mills varied from very good to very poor

Milling Company Companhia Industrial da Matola – CIM

Company Name & Address

Contact Names & Email

Telephone & Fax

Companhia Industrial da Matola – CIM

Rua da Namaacha, Estrada Velha Nº 186, P.O. Box 605, Maputo, Moçambique

Name: Luis Aveleira

Title: Head of Operations

Email: luis.aveleira@cim.co.mz

Web: n/a

Tel: +258 21 726 715

Mobile: +258 823 187 420

Fax: +258 21 720 091

Summary of Role and Services:

Location: Maputo

Capacity: 240 mt / day

Storage: 17,000 mt

Access: Road & rail sidings

Comments: No fortification facility

Milling Company Moberia SARL

Company Name & Address

Contact Names & Email

Telephone & Fax

Moberia SARL

Estrada Nacional Nº 6, Beira, Moçambique

Name: Pierre Potgieter

Title: Operations Director

Email: pierrep@mobeira.co.mz

Web:

Tel: +258 23 301 091

Mobile: +258 845 018 251

Fax: +258 23 301 740

Summary of Role and Services:

Location: 6 km from Beira

Capacity: 210 mt / day

Storage: 20,000 mt

Access: Road and rail sidings

Milling Company Export Marketing Co Lda

Company Name & Address

Contact Names & Email

Telephone & Fax

Export Marketing Co Lda

 Av. Eduardo Mondlane Nº 260, P.O. Box 31, Nampula, Moçambique

Name: Guillermo Machado

Title: Director General 

Email: guillermo@teledata.mz

Web: www.exporttradinggroup.com

Tel: +258 26 213 944

Mobile: +258 823 061 250

Fax: +258 26 218 320

Summary of Role and Services:

 Location: EM have a number of facilities, over Moçambique

 Capacity: 160 mt / day

Storage: 90,000 mt

Access: Road only

Milling Company Gani Commercial

Company Name & Address

Contact Names & Email

Telephone & Fax

 Gani Commercial

Av. do Trabalho Nº 1646, P.O. Box 213, Nampula, Moçambique

Name: Mohamed Yunuss

Title: Managing Director

Email: gani.agt.@tvbcabo.co.mz

Web: n/a

Tel: +258 26 212 676

Mobile: +258 826 012 400

Fax: +258 26 214 333

Summary of Role and Services:

 Location: Nampula

Capacity: 150 mt / day

 Access: Road only

Milling Company V&M Grain

Company Name & Address

Contact Names & Email

Telephone & Fax

 V&M Grain

Zona Industrial Antiga Romoc, Chimoio, Manica, Moçambique

Name: Andre Vonk

Title: Manager 

Email: vandm@tdm.co.mz

Web: www.vandmrelief.com

Tel +258 25 124 623

Mobile: +258 823 017 310

Fax: +258 25 124 623

Summary of Role and Services:

 Location: Chimoio

Capacity: 15 – 20 mt / day

Access: Road only

Milling Company Sociedade Moageira do Chibuto Lda

Company Name & Address

Contact Names & Email

Telephone & Fax

 Sociedade Moageira do Chibuto Lda

Chibuto, Gaza, Moçambique

Name: Helio Lalgy

Title: Manager

Email: hlalgy@tdm.co.mz

Web: n/a

Tel: +258 28 272 139

Mobile: +258 823 060 350

Fax: +258 21 272 139

Summary of Role and Services:

 Location: Chibuto

Capacity: 8 mt / day

Access: Road only

Milling Company Merec Industries

Company Name & Address

Contact Names & Email

Telephone & Fax

 Merec Industries Lda

 Av. do Trabalho Nº 1107, Maputo, Moçambique

Name: Veeresh Horemath

Title: Manager

Email: veeresh@sasseka.com

Web:

Tel:  +258 21 745 441 

Mobile: +258 823 097 610

Fax: +258 21 750 044

Summary of Role and Services:

 Location: Maputo

Capacity: 250 mt / day

Access: Road only

Milling Company Armazens Maiaia

Company Name & Address

Contact Names & Email

Telephone & Fax

 Armazens Maiaia Lda

P.O. Box 196, Nacala, Moçambique

Name:  Nurul Gulam

Title: Wheat Milling

Email: nuro@teledata.mz

Web: n/a

Tel: +258 26 520 526

Mobile: +258 826 015 400

Fax: +258 26 520 517

Summary of Role and Services:

Location: Nacala

Capacity: 72 mt / day

Access: Road only

Milling Company GS Holdings

Company Name & Address

Contact Names & Email

Telephone & Fax

 Sociedade GS Holdings Lda

Industrial Area Nº 1, Nacala, Moçambique

Name:  Mr Arif

Title: Manager 

Email: arif@aircorridor.co.mz

Web: n/a

Tel: +258 26 526 333

Mobile: +258 826 019 230

Fax: +258 26 526 335

Summary of Role and Services:

Location: 1 km from Nacala

Capacity: 160 mt / day

Access: Road only

3 Mozambique Services and Supply

Mozambique consumes and imports close to one million tons of oil per year, the bulk of which is in the form of diesel.

At present, there is no oil refinery in the country – all refined products must therefore be imported. The storage capacity of oil products in the country is over 750,000 tons.

There are plans to build a joint (Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe) refinery (10,000 bpd) in Nacala, which may happen soon, given the current economic development prospects in the country.

The state-owned Oil Company Petromoc has a 40% market share of distribution and marketing of fuel products and lubricants. Other companies include BP, Total, Galp, Puma, and Engen. There are four main oil terminals in the ports of Maputo, Beira, Nacala and Pemba, and close to 400 filling stations throughout the country.

There is a pipeline between Beira and Harare operating at near full capacity.

Gas has recently become an important source of energy for both industrial and domestic use in the south of the country, due to the exploitation of gas in the Inhambane province.

3.1 Mozambique Fuel

Fuel Overview

All petroleum products need to be imported, with the exception of natural gas, as Mozambique started to produce natural gas late last century in the province of Inhambane. Current, privately-operated gas production holds proven reserves of 2.6 trillion cubic feet (TCF). The natural gas is produced and processed at a central facility, and then transported via an 865 km pipeline to South Africa, with a link to southern Mozambique for domestic use.

New sites are being developed in the Rovuma basin (Cabo Delgado) that holds over 180 TCF of liquified natural gas (LNG) reserves . Production was due to start in 2022, however, due to security constraints in the sites surrounding areas it was postponed to 2023. Mozambique is expected to become one of the major LNG exporters in 2024.

In terms of other fuels, the ports of Matola (Maputo), Beira and Nacala all have import terminals. Plans are underway to establish a fuel refinery at Nacala, however work has not yet started and it may be some time before it is operational. The extent to which it will provide fuel for the Mozambique domestic market also remains undetermined.

For more information on government and fuel provider contact details, please see the following links: 4.1 Government Contact List and 4.7 Fuel Providers Contact List.

Information may also be found at: http://www.mytravelcost.com/petrol-prices/ which is updated monthly. 

Fuel Pricing

The cost of the fuel imported into Mozambique fluctuates according to world prices and currencies. After approximately one year without variation, on 21 October 2021, the GoM readjusted the fuel prices. Diesel was the least affected with 7% increase, while cocking gas (GLP) suffered the major increase (22%). To minimize the impact, the Government continues to  subsidise the diesel prices for the public transport

Fuel Prices per Litre as of: 21 October 2021

Petrol

MZN 69.04 (US$1.09)

Diesel

MZN 61.71 (US$0.98)

Paraffin

MZN 47.95 (US$0.76)

Jet A-1

US$0.87

Seasonal Variations 


Seasonal Variations

Are there national priorities in the availability of fuel? (i.e. are there restrictions or priorities for the provision of fuel such as to the military?)

No

Is there a rationing system?

No

Is fuel to lower income / vulnerable groups subsidized?

No

Can the local industry expand fuel supply to meet humanitarian needs?

Yes

Is it possible for a humanitarian organization to directly contract a reputable supplier / distributor to provide its fuel needs?

Yes

Fuel Transportation

Fuel distribution within Mozambique is largely done by road, with railways being a second option in specific occasions. Transport infrastructure and fleets are sufficient to handle the current domestic needs. The potential for increased demand from the humanitarian community does not represent a major challenge.

Standards, Quality and Testing

Industry Control Measures

Do tanks have adequate protection against water mixing with the fuel?

Yes

Are there filters in the system which monitor where fuel is loaded into aircraft?

Yes

Is there adequate epoxy coating of tanks on trucks?

Yes

Is there a presence of suitable firefighting equipment?

Yes

Standards Authority

Is there a national or regional standards authority?

Yes

If yes, please identify the appropriate national and/or regional authority.

National: Instituto Nacional de Petróleo
(www.inp.gov.mz/)

If yes, are the standards adequate/properly enforced?

Yes

Testing Laboratories

Are there national testing laboratories?

Yes

Fuel Quality Testing Laboratory

Company

SGS (www.sgs.co.mz/en)

Address

Avenida da União Africana, n.º 7666
Cidade da Matola - Matola Língamo

Telephone and Fax

Tel.: +258 21 728 090
Fax: +258 21 723 499

Standards Used

ASTM Aviation Fuel Methods
IP Aviation Fuel Methods
Jointly Operated Systems (AFQRJOS)
MIL, MOD, GOST and other protocols, standards and methods

 

Disclaimer: Inclusion of company information in the LCA does not imply any business relationship between the supplier and WFP / Logistics Cluster, and is used solely as a determinant of services, and capacities.

Please note: WFP / Logistics Cluster maintain complete impartiality and are not in a position to endorse, comment on any company's suitability as a reputable service provider.


3.2 Mozambique Transporters

Mozambique Transporters

Regional round-trip transit times: Lilongwe = 8 days, Blantyre = 6 days, Lusaka = 8 days, Harare = 3 days… these are estimates and providing there are no border crossing/clearance delays. Routings to Malawi ex- Beira: Blantyre is best via Milange (Mulanje) and Lilongwe is best via Tete and Calomue (Dedza). The Tete Bridge crossing rate for trucks is MZN 800 (US $23) for north-bound traffic only but delays can be as long as 4 days due to lane closures from maintenance. The new Armando Emilio Guebuza Bridge over the lower Zambezi at Caia has the same rates but without any delays

4.7 Mozambique Transporter Contact List

Mozambique - 3.3 Mozambique Additional Service Providers

Vehicle Rental, Taxi Companies, Freight Forwarding Agents, Handling Equipment, Power Generation and ISPs.

4.8 Mozambique Additional Services Contact List

Vehicle Rental

For a list of rental car companies, please select the contact list given above.

For information on road security and for driving tips, please select the following document:

Mozambique Additional Service Providers Additional Information

Taxi Companies

For a list of taxi companies, please select the contact list given above.

Freight Forwarding Agents

For a list of freight forwarding agents, please select the contact list given above.

Handling Equipment 

For a list of handling equipment agents, please select the contact list given above.

Electricity and Power 

The electricity authority is Electricidade de Moçambique – EDM is responsible for generation, transmission and distribution but there are other companies that produce and distribute electricity. The principal generator is Hidroelectrica de Cahora Bassa, a company jointly owned by Portugal (82%) and Moçambique (18%) and the biggest hydroelectric scheme in Southern Africa. Hydropower is the most important commercial energy resource with huge potential, 2,545 MW has so far been developed. A total of 2,400 MW is installed at Cahora Bassa Dam on the Zambezi River. The installed capacity of EDM is 316 MW, of which is all hydropower, diesel plants are installed but only used as a back-up. Demand for electricity is increasing at a rate of over 20% per year so current surplus will soon disappear. For a list of main producers / distributors of electricity and power, please select the contact list given above.

For information on Power Stability, please select the following document: Mozambique Additional Service Providers Additional Information

Production Unit

Type [1]

Installed Capacity (MW)

Current Production (MW)

Cahora Bassa Power Station (20% for Moçambique)

Hydro Power Station

2,400 MW

2,400 MW

Chicamba Power Station

Hydro Power Station

60 MW

60 MW

Mavuzi Power Station Hydro Power Station 60 MW 60 MW
Corumana Power Station Hydro Power Station 25 MW 25 MW

[1] E.g. Hydroelectric power, Thermal power…

Internet Service Providers (ISPs)

For a list of ISPs Provider Companies, please select the contact list given above. It is estimated that there are over 350,000 internet subscribers which represents 1.6% of population. In 2009 there were 14 internet service providers in Moçambique

Internet Service Providers

Are there ISPs available?

(Yes / No)

Yes

Private or Government

Government & Private

Dial-up only (Yes / No)

No

Approximate Rates

Dial-up:

n/a

Broadband:

Dedicated line rate is approximately US $800 per month

Max leasable ‘dedicated’ bandwidth

Dedicated line up to 2 mbs Shared broadband wireless up to 512 kbs

3.4 Mozambique Manual Labour

The rate quoted below has been set by the GoM and is the minimum legal pay rate for casual workers.


Labour Rate(s) Overview (as of November 2021)

 

Cost
(Local Currency & USD - $)

Daily General Worker (Unskilled casual labour)

219.27 MZN =3.47USD

Daily General Worker (Semi-skilled labour)

N/A

Skilled Worker

N/A


3.5 Mozambique Telecommunications

Telecommunications Overview

The telecommunications infrastructure in Mozambique is largely confined to urban areas and its service is predominantly mobile. It is dominated by the three existing mobile operators: Vodacom (private – https://vm.co.mz/), Movitel (private – https://movitel.co.mz/), and Mcel (state-owned – http://www.mcel.co.mz/) and the incumbent fixed operator TDM (Telecomunicações de Moçambique, state-owned – http://www.tdm.mz/). Mcel and TDM are being merged in an effort to combine business activities, aiming to improve the cost-efficiency of state-owned companies, i.e. improving performance with lower costs.

Mozambique has one of the lowest level of fixed telephony penetration in the region. Less than 2% of households are subscribers of landline communications. In contrast, the mobile market keeps growing at an average rate of 26% per year, and covers over 65% of the population.

Mobile broadband penetration (3G) is estimated at approximately 30%, mainly in urban areas, because most of Mozambique’s inhabitants (up to 70%) live in rural areas where high costs and low returns make it commercially unattractive for mobile operators to roll out mobile broadband services. However, new entrant Movitel has been rolling out its network aggressively in rural areas and already offers 3G-based voice services and broadband, though to a small extent.

4G services are not yet available.

Some urban areas of Mozambique are benefiting from investment in fibre optics networks by commercial players, but this is still limited to very dense urban areas in the larger cities.

Mozambique is well-served by international connectivity and, in general, there do not appear to be any concerns regarding the pricing or availability of international connectivity. However, it can be expensive to access international connectivity through backhaul service providers.

Factors such as poor network quality, a lack of standardised network specifications, high backbone network pricing, unbalanced spectrum charging mechanisms and a wide range of economic factors have resulted in a lack of infrastructure sharing, duplication of backbone networks and a lack of investment in telecommunications networks in rural areas to provide voice and broadband services.

Further reform of the legal and regulatory framework is underway to increase competition, strengthen sector governance, reorganise state-owned operating companies, and extend services to all.

For more information on telecoms contacts, please see the following link: 4.8 Additional Services Contact List

 

Telephone Services

Is there an existing landline telephone network?

Yes

Does it allow international calls?

Yes  

Number and Length of Downtime Periods (on average)

 Downtime periods are rare.

Mobile Phone Providers

  • Mcel
  • Vodacom
  • Movitel

Approximate Percentage of National Coverage

80%-90% dial-up connection.
Only 30%-35% mobile broadband penetration.


Telecommunications Regulations

Mozambique’s Communications Regulatory Authority is the “Instituto Nacional das Communicações de Moçambique” (INCM – http://www.incm.gov.mz/home), which falls under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Transport and Communications (MTC). The INCM is responsible for defining policies and strategies, and serving as an arbitrator and guarantor of law enforcement.

 

Regulations on Usage and Import

 

Regulations in Place?

Regulating Authority

Satellite

 Yes

INCM

HF Radio

Yes

INCM

Ordinary licence required.

Import regulation not applicable.

UHF/VHF/HF Radio: Handheld, Base and Mobile

Yes

INCM

Ordinary licence required.

Import regulation not applicable.

UHF/VHF Repeaters

Yes

INCM

Ordinary licence required.

Import regulation not applicable.

GPS

No

 

VSAT

Yes

INCM

Ordinary licence required.

Import regulation not applicable.

Individual Network Operator Licenses Required

 

Frequency Licenses Required

It is necessary to obtain authorisation from the National Institute of Telecommunications to obtain a frequency license for all type of communications (VSAT, HF, VHF).


Existing Humanitarian Telecoms Systems

WFP has the most extensive telecommunications network with repeaters spread countrywide. Other large networks belong to UNDP, UNHCR, UNICEF and FAO.

Existing UN Telecommunication Systems

 

WFP

UNICEF

UNHCR

FAO

UNDP

WHO

VHF Frequencies

Yes

Yes

No

Yes

Yes

No

HF Frequencies

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Locations of Repeaters

Countrywide

Maputo

Nampula

Maputo

Maputo

No

VSAT

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

Internet Service Providers (ISPs)

Internet connectivity is available in most of the country, mainly through mobile service providers. In dense urban areas, there is an increased utilisation of fibre optic connections. 4G connections are not yet available. A wide range of private companies are able to provide internet services.

Internet Service Providers

Are there ISPs available?

Yes: TVCabo, Mcel/Teledata, Movitel, Vodacom.

If yes, are they privately or government owned?

Private and state-owned

Dial-up only?

No

Fibre optics exist in urban areas, and/or VSat.

Approximate Rates (local currency and USD - $)

Dial-up

n/a

Broadband

 

Max Leasable ‘Dedicated’ Bandwidth

 15 GB

 

Mobile Network Operators (MNOs)

The first mobile service provider was Mcel (state-owned), which was followed by Vodacom and more recently Movitel, both being private. Mcel and Vodacom have targeted first the corporate sector, whilst Movitel’s strategy aims at the population at large, mainly in rural areas. Vodacom and Movitel have been quite reliable.  In contrast, Mcel has had some problems lately, but the merge with TDM should improve the provision of services in the near future.

The best mobile money service provider is Vodacom (MPesa), followed by Mcel (MKesh). The Movitel service (e-Mola) is still having teething problems. For more information, please check the following websites:

Mcel: http://www.mcel.co.mz/

Vodacom: https://vm.co.mz/

Movitel: https://movitel.co.mz/

For information on MNOs please visit the GSM Association website.


Company


Network Strength by Area


Contracted for Humanitarian or Government Cash Transfer

Programmes?

Services Offered

(i.e. Merchant Payment,

Bulk Disbursement,

Receive & Make Payment)

Mcel

27%

No

Yes (MKesh)

Vodacom

26%

Yes

Yes (MPesa)

Movitel

47%

No

Yes (e-Mola)

3.6 Mozambique Food Suppliers, Accommodation and OtherMarkets

Mozambique Food Suppliers, Accommodation and Other Markets

4.8 Mozambique Additional Services Contact List

Main Food Suppliers

Locations: Most commodities are produced and stored in the provinces of Nampula and Zambezia, as well as the major cities in the central region… Chimoio, Gorongosa, Beira and Tete
Transport: The country is large so transport costs must be taken into account as they can be expensive
Currency: Know the currency used during the procurement transcations, know the exchange rate (official and formal)
Payments: Be aware of payment requirements, vendors might demand an advance payment of up to 50 % etc
Deliveries: Be patient during deliveries of orders as there will always be some surprises, prepare a ‘Plan B’
Packaging: There are only two food packaging companies in Moçambique, one in Maputo and one in Nacala (SANAL)
Sugar: For locally produced sugar it is only possible to be purchased through the DNA (Distributor Nacional de Acucar)
Assistance: If you need any advice then contact the WFP Procurement Unit, they will be happy to assist

Accommodation

For a list of accommodation providers, please select the contact list given above.

4 Mozambique Contact Lists

In the following subsections the contact details for Mozambique will be presented.

4.1 Mozambique Government Contact List

Mozambique Government Contact List

Ministry City / Town Street / Physical Address Name Email Phone Number (Office)

National Institute for Disaster Management

n/a

Maputo HQ Instituto Nacional de Gestão de Calamidades – INGC, 8th Floor Floor, Rua da Resistência Nº 1746, Maputo, Moçambique

Director

 João Riberio

ingc@teledata.mz

+258 21 416 007

Fax: +258 21 416 007

INGC Provincial Contacts

Maputo

Maputo INGC, Av. Das Indústrias Nº 194, Machava, Moçambique

n/a

ingcmaputo@teledata.mz

+258 21 751 063

INGC Provincial Contacts 

Gaza

INGC, Praça OJM, corner of Estrada Nacional Nº 1, Xai-Xai, Moçambique

n/a

ingcgaza@teledata.mz

+258 28 126 361

INGC Provincial Contacts

Inhambane

INGC, Rua da OJM Nº 245, Inhambane, Moçambique

n/a

ingcinhambane@teledata.mz

+258 29 201 555

INGC Provincial Contacts

Sofala

INGC, Rua Companhia Nº 2230, Beira, Moçambique

n/a

ingc.gab.oper@teledata.mz

+258 23 327 654

INGC Provincial Contacts

Manica

INGC, Av. De Trabalho Nº 139, Chimoio, Moçambique

n/a

ingcmanica@yahoo.com.br

+258 25 123 538

INGC Provincial Contacts

Zambezia

INGC, Rua Paulo Samuel Kankhomba Nº 188, Quelimane, Moçambique

n/a

ingczambezia@teledata.mz

+258 24 213 107

INGC Provincial Contacts

Tete

INGC, Chingodze Cruzmento Nº 8, Tete, Moçambique

n/a

ingctete@teledata.mz

+258 25 220 104

INGC Provincial Contacts

Nampula

Nampula, Moçambique

n/a

ingc-nampula@teledata.mz

+258 26 213 104

INGC Provincial Contacts

Niassa

Lichinga, Moçambique

n/a

n/a

+258 27 221 381

INGC Provincial Contacts

Cabo Delgado

Pemba, Moçambique

n/a

n/a

+258828 564 500

Office of the President & Cabinet

n/a

Av. 24 de Julho Nº 1780, Maputo, Moçambique

President

 Armando Guebuza

www.presidencia.gov.mz

gabimprensa@teldata.mz

+258 21 491 121

Fax: +258 21 492 065

Ministry of Finance

n/a

Praça da Marinha Popular Nº 929, Maputo, Moçambique

n/a

domingoslambo@dnpo.gov.mz

www.ine.gov.mz

+258 21 425 071

Fax:  +258 21 312 425

Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Cooperation

n/a

Av. 10 Novembro Nº 640, Maputo, Moçambique

n/a

info.deti@minec.gov.mz

www.minec.gov.mz

+258 21 327 000

Fax: +258 21 327 020

Ministry of National Defence

n/a

Av. Martires Mueda Nº 280, Maputo, Moçambique

n/a

mdn@tvcabo.co.mz

www.mdn.gov.mz

+258 21 492 081

Fax: +258 21 491 619

Ministry of Agriculture

n/a

Parça dos Herois Moçambicanos, Maputo, Moçambique

n/a

fsdp@map.gov.mz

www.map.gov.mz

+258 21 460 017

Fax:  +258 21 460 055

Ministry of Health

n/a

Av. Eduardo Mondlane Nº 1008, Maputo, Moçambique

n/a

misau@misau.gov.mz

www.misau.gov.mz

+258 21 427 131

Fax: +258 21 427 133

Ministry of Education & Culture

n/a

Av. 24 de Julho Nº 167, Maputo, Moçambique

n/a

mined@mined.gov.mz

www.mec.gov.mz

+258 21 490 677

Fax: +258 21 492 196

Ministry of Science & Technology

n/a

Av. Patrice Lumumba Nº 770, Maputo, Moçambique

n/a

secretariado@mct.gov.mz

www.mec.gov.mz

+258 21 352 800

Fax: +258 21 352 860

Ministry of Energy

n/a

Av. 25 Setembro Nº 1281, Maputo, Moçambique

n/a

me@me.gov.mz

www.mec.gov.mz

+258 21 303 265

Fax: +258 21 357 668

Ministry of Mineral Resources

n/a

Av. Femao Magalhaes Nº 21, Maputo, Moçambique

n/a

mireme@mireme.gov.mz

www.mireme.gov.mz

+258 21 314 843

Fax: +258 21 314 593

Ministry of Industry & Commerce

n/a

Av. Pastor June 25 Nº 300, Maputo, Moçambique

n/a

infomic@mic.gov.mz

www.mic.gov.mz

+258 21 352 600

Fax: +258 21 352 669

Ministry of Transport & Communication

n/a

Av. Martires de Inhaminga Nº 336, Maputo, Moçambique

n/a

gmtc@tdm.mz

www.mtc.gov.mz

+258 21 320 223

Fax: +258 21 311 942

Ministry of the Interior

n/a

Av. Ahmed Sekou Toure Nº 820, Maputo, Moçambique

n/a

mi@mi.gov.mz

www.mi.gov.mz

+258 21 303 501

Fax: +258 21 303 512

Ministry of Justice

n/a

Av. Julius Nyerere Nº 33, Maputo, Moçambique

n/a

mj@mj.gov.mz

www.mj.gov.mz

+258 21 491 613

Fax: +258 21 314 940

Ministry of Public Works & Housing

n/a

Av. 24 de Julho Nº 2341, Maputo, Moçambique

n/a

daf-moph@tvcabo.co.mz

www.moph.gov.mz

+258 21 430 434

Fax: +258 21 320 434

Ministry of Women & Social Action

n/a

Rua Tchamba Nº 86, Maputo, Moçambique

n/a

mmas@mmas.gov.mz

www.mmas.gov.mz

+258 21 497 901

Fax: +258 21 492 757

Ministry of the Environment

n/a

Rua Kassuende Nº 167, Maputo, Moçambique

n/a

micoa@micoa.gov.mz

www.micoa.gov.mz

+258 21 492 403

Fax: +258 21 496 108

Ministry of Fisheries

n/a

Rua Consiglieri Pedroso Nº 347, Maputo, Moçambique

n/a

daf@mozpesca.gov.mz

+258 21 357 100

Fax: +258 21320 335

Ministry of Labour

n/a

Av. 24 de Julho Nº 2351, Maputo, Moçambique

n/a

mitrab@mitrab.gov.mz

www.mitrab.gov.mz

+258 21 428 303

Fax: +258 21 304 753

Ministry of Tourism

n/a

 Av. 25 Setembro Nº 1008, Maputo, Moçambique

n/a

mitur@mitur.gov.mz

www.visitmozambique.net

+258 21 303 650

Fax: +258 21 306 612

Moçambique Bureau of Standards   Instituto Nacional de Normalização e Qualidade – INNOQ, 2nd Floor, Edifico Tetatro Avenida, Av. 25 Setembro Nº 1179, Maputo, Moçambique

Directors Secretary

 Candida Faela

www.innoq.gov.mz

+258 824 756 985
+258 21 303 822

Fax: +258 21 304 206

Moçambique – Southern African Development Community

Maputo Southern African Development Community – SADC, Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Coopreration, Av. 10 de Novembro Nº 620, Maputo, Moçambique

General Director

 Dimongos Fernandes

domingos.fernandes@

minec.gov.mz

www.sadc.int

+258 824 030011

+258 21 327 000 +258 21 327 007

Fax: +258 21 327 029

Alfãndaga de Moçambique - HQ Address   Rua Timor Leste Nº 95, Maputo, Moçambique  

info@alfandegas.gov.mz

www.alfandegas.gov.mz

+258 21 426 311

Fax: +258 21 426 488

Alfãndaga de Moçambique - Southern Regional Office

 

Rua Consiglieri Pedroso Nº 130, Maputo, Moçambique

Regional Director

 Domingos Tivane

maputo@alfandegas.gov.mz

+258 21 424 143

Fax: +258 21 426 488

Alfãndaga de Moçambique - Central Regional Office

 

Praça dos Trabalhadores, Edifico CFM, Beira, Moçambique

Regional Director

 Goncalves Mandava

beira@alfandegas.gov.mz

+258 23 322 250

Fax: +258 23 322 224

Alfãndaga de Moçambique - Northern Regional Office

 

Porto de Nacala, Nacala, Nampula, Moçambique

Regional Director

 Victor de Sousa

nacala@alfandegas.gov.mz

+258 26 526 321

Fax: +258 26 526 448

Administração Nacional de Estradas – ANE    Av. Moçambique Nº 1225, P.O. Box 1439, Maputo, Moçambique

Director General

 Elias Paulo

dg.ane@ane.gov.mz

www.ane.gov.mz

+258 21 476 163

Fax: +258 21 475 862

Administração Nacional de Estradas – ANE   Av. Moçambique Nº 1225, P.O. Box 1439, Maputo, Moçambique

Director of Planning

Calado Ouana

  1. couana@ane.gov.mz
  2. dg.ane@teledata.mz
  3. www.ane.gov.mz
  1. +25821 475373
  2. +25821 476163
  3. Fax:
  4. +25821 475862

Administração Nacional de Estradas – ANE

Maputo n/a n/a

delega.maputo@tdm.co.mz

+258 21 475 437

Administração Nacional de Estradas – ANE -

Gaza

 Xai-Xai

n/a

delega.gaza@tdm.co.mz

+258 28 226 539

Administração Nacional de Estradas – ANE

Inhambane

Inhambane

n/a

delaga.inhambane@tdm.co.mz

+258 29 330 894

Administração Nacional de Estradas – ANE

Sofala

Beira

n/a

ane.sofala@tdm.co.mz

+258 23 301 690

Fax: +258 23 302 613

Administração Nacional de Estradas – ANE

Manica

Chimoio

n/a

ane.manica@tdm.co.mz

+258 25 125 017

Fax: +258 25 123 949

Administração Nacional de Estradas – ANE

Tete

Tete

n/a

delega.tete@tdm.co.mz

+258 25 220 200

Fax: +258 25 220 211

Administração Nacional de Estradas – ANE

Zambezia

Quelimane

n/a

ane.zambezia@tdm.co.mz

+258 24 215 244

Administração Nacional de Estradas – ANE

Nampula

Nampula

n/a

pmavila01@gmail.com

+258 26 240 043

Fax: +258 26 212 062

Administração Nacional de Estradas – ANE

C. Delgado

Pemba

n/a

delega.c.delgado@tdm.co.mz

+258 27 221 194

Fax: +258 27 221 194

Administração Nacional de Estradas – ANE

Niassa

Lichinga

n/a

ane.niassa@tdm.co.mz

+258 27 120 579

Fax: +258 27 120 352

Fundo de Estradas

n/a

Av. Mártires de Inhaminga Nº 170, P.O. Box 797, Maputo, Moçambique

Engineer

 David Geilinger

david@fe.gov.mz

+258828 198 090

+258 21 305 589

Fax: +258 21 305 069

Moçambique Logistics Corridor Initiative – MLCI

n/a

28, Block C, Central Park, 12 Suikerriet Street, Nelspruit, Mpumalanga Province, RSA

CEO

 Brenda Horne

www.mcli.co.za/mcli-web/mdc/road.htm

+27 13 7556025

+258843 974 180

Moçambique Ministry of Transport & Communications

n/a

Av. Martires de Inhaminga Nº 336, P.O. Box 276, Maputo, Moçambique

Director of Maintenance

 Mateus Jakisson

mjakisson@ane.gov.mz

www.ane.gov.mz

+258 21 476 167;  +258 21 475 375

Fax: 258 21 431 028

Portos e Caminhos de Ferro de Moçambique – CFM

n/a

Praça dos Trabalhadores, P.O. Box 2159, Maputo, Moçambique

Chairman

 Rosario Mualeia

rosariomualeia@cfmnet.co.mz

www.cfmnet.co.mz

+258 21 431 706

+258 21 431 702

Fax: +258 21 313 364

Empresa Nacional de Petroleos de Moçambique – (Petromoc) n/a P.O. Box 417, Praça dos Trabalhadores Nº 9, Maputo, Moçambique n/a n/a

+258 21 427 191

+258 823 129 130

Fax: +258 21 430 181


4.2 Mozambique Humanitarian Agency Contact List

Mozambique Humanitarian Agency Contact List

Organisation

Physical Address

Name

Email

Phone Number (Office)

Fax Number

Action Against Hunger

Rua Central Nº 8, Vilanculos, Inhambane, Moçambique

n/a

n/a

+258 29 382188

n/a

Actionaid

Rua Com. Augusto Cardoso Nº 327, Maputo, Moçambique

n/a

aamozhiv@teledata.mz

+258 21 314342

+258 21 314 346

ADRA

Av. Eduardo Mondlane Nº 2091, Maputo, Moçambique

Curtis Hesse

chesse@adra.org.mz

+258 21 304422

+258 21 320 487

AFD - France

Av. 24 de Julho Nº 1500, Maputo, Moçambique

Representative

 Christian Daziano

 christian.daziano@diplomatie.gov.fr

www.minec.gov.mz

+258 21 304300

+258 21 303 747

Africare

1st Floor, Rua Valentim Siti Nº 402, Maputo, Moçambique

Natercia Neves

maputo@africare.org.mz

+258 824 117838

 +258 21 415962

n/a

African Development Bank

3rd Floor, JAT 4 Building, Zedequias Maganhela Nº 267, Maputo, Moçambique

Representative

 Alice Hamer

a.hamer@afdb.org

+258 21 326409

+258 21 315 600

African Union

Av. 10 Novembro Nº 640, Maputo, Moçambique

n/a

info.deti@minec.gov.mz

+258 21 327000

+258 21 327 020

Australia – AusAid

Av. Agostinho Neto Nº 1607, Bairro de Malhangalene, Maputo, Moçambique

Leanne van Zyl

leannez@adsafrica.org

+258 21 493072

+258 21 494 568

CAFOD Moçambique

Maputo, Moçambique

Severiano Molande

smolande@cafod.org.uk

+258 21 415984

n/a

Care Moçambique

Av. Martires Mueda Nº 596, P.O. Box 4657, Maputo, Moçambique

Mauricio Simbine

mauricio@care.org.mz

+258 845 663 573

 +258 21 492064

n/a

Canada – CIDA

Av. Kenneth Kaunda Nº 1138, P.O. Box 1578, Maputo, Moçambique

Representative

 Bryan Luck

bryan.luck@international.gc.ca

+258 21 492623

 + 258 21 492 667

Caritas Moçambique

Rua Resistencia Nº 1175, Maputo, Moçambique

n/a

caritmsg@tvcabo.mz

+258 21 415942

+258 21 312 387

Concern Worldwide

Av. Francisco M. Castro Nº 124, Maputo, Moçambique

Paula Connelly

paula.connelly@concern.net

+258 21 486577

+258 21 316 578

Cooperazione Italiana - Italy

Rua Damiao de Gois Nº 381, Maputo, Moçambique

Representative

 Carlo Locascio

carlo.locascio@esteri.it

+258 21 491782

+258 21 491 725

CUAMM – Doctors With Africa

Av. Tomas Nduda Nº 1470, Maputo, Moçambique

Nadia Mulchande

mozambico@cuamm.org

+258 824 945010

 +258 21 493670

+258 21 480 010

DANIDA - Denmark

Av. Julius Nyerere Nº 1162, Maputo, Moçambique

Representative

 Johnny Flento

mpmamb@um.dk

+258 21 480000

n/a

DFID - United Kingdom

3rd Floor, JAT Building, Av. 25 Setembro Nº 420, P.O. Box 93, Maputo, Moçambique

Head of Office

 Rachel Turner

pressoffice@dfid.gov.uk

+ 258 21 351400

+ 258 21 351 450

European Commission

Av. Julius Nyerere Nº 2820, P.O. Box 1306, Maputo, Moçambique

Head of Delegation

 Glauco Calzoula

delegation-mozambique@ec.europe.eu

+258 21 481000

+258 21 491 866

FAO

  1. n/a

  2. Rua de Mukumbura Nº 285, Bairro da Polana, Maputo, Moçambique

 

Coordinator - Food Security

 

José da Graça

Mauricio Cysne

  1. jose.dagraca@fao.org

  2. fao-moz@fao.org

  1. +258 823 010 493

  2. +258 21 491 136

  1. n/a

  2. +25821 491906

FINIDA - Finland

Av. Julius Nyerere Nº 1128, Maputo, Moçambique

Representative

 Kari Alanko

sanomat.map@formin.fi

+258 21 482400

+258 21 491 661

GAA – German Agro Action

Rua António Bacarro Nº 203, Maputo, Moçambique

Ursula Langkemp

ursula.langkemp@welthungerhilfe.de

+258 823 191780

 +258 21 492602

n/a

GOAL

Rua Esperança Nº 43, Maputo, Moçambique

n/a

n/a

+258 21 419118

n/a

GTZ - Germany

 Av. Francisco Orlando Magumbwe Nº 976, P.O. Box 2766, Maputo, Moçambique

Representative

 Horst Hertel

horst.hertel@gtz.de

+258 21 491998

+258 21 492 323

ICEIDA - Iceland

P.O. Box 2676, Maputo, Moçambique

Representative

iceida.moz@tvcabo.co.mz

+258 21 419859

+258 21 419 859

IFAD

Rua De Mukumbura, Nº 285, P.O. Box 1928, Maputo, Moçambique

Custodio Mucavele

c.mucavel@ifad.org

+258 21 491136

+258 21 491 906

IFRC

Av. Agostinho Neto Nº 284, P.O. Box 2986, Maputo, Moçambique

Marcelino Alexandre

cvm@redcrossorg.mz

+258 21 497721

+258 21 497 725

ILO

Av. Tomas Nduda Nº 1489, Maputo, Moçambique

Gerry Finnegan

finnegan@ilo.org

+258 21 490305

+258 21 490 315

IMF

Av. Ahmed Sekou Toure Nº 133, Maputo, Moçambique

Felix Fischer

ffischer@imf.org

+258 21 496118

 +258 21 498 376

IOM

Av. Maguiguana Nº 474, Bairro Central, Maputo, Moçambique

Stuart Simpson

iommaputo@iom.int

+258 21 310779

+258 21 310 760

IPAD - Portugal

Av. Julius Nyerere Nº 720, Maputo, Moçambique

n/a

 embaixada@embpormaputo.org.mz

+258 21 490316

+258 21 491 172

IRD – International Relief & Development

 Av. Base N’Tchinga Nº 567, Maputo, Moçambique

Mark Heffernan

mheffernan@ird-dc.org

+258 21 415953

+258 21 493 023

Irish Aid - Ireland

Av. Julius Nyerere Nº 3332, P.O. Box 4654, Maputo, Moçambique

Representative

 Patrick Empey

maputo@dfa.ie

+258 21 491440

n/a

JAM – Joint Aid Management

1st Floor, Av. Emilia Dausse Nº 201, Maputo, Moçambique

Mohamed Sheriff

mohamedsheriff@hotmail.com

+258 829 432779

+258 21 329 687

JICA - Japan

5th Floor, Av. 24 de Julho Nº 7, Maputo, Moçambique

Representative

 Masami Shukonobi

mz_oso_rep@jica.co.jp

+258 21 486358

+258 21 486 356

Kulima

Av. Karl Marx Nº 1452, P.O. Box 4404, Maputo, Moçambique

Káytone Cátia

catiakaytone@yahoo.com

+258 847 362699

 +258 21 430665

n/a

Lutheran World Federation

Rua Dar es Salaam Nº 296, Maputo, Moçambique

Titos Languene

titos@lwfmozambique.org.mz

+258 824 881620

 +258 21 491611

n/a

MSF – Belgium

Rua Agostinho Neto Nº 1024, Maputo, Moçambique

Roberto Pizzorni

msfocb-maputo-log@brusells.msf.org

+258 826 794161

 +258 21 307946

n/a

MSF – Swizerland

Av. Agostinho Neto Nº 1024, Maputo, Moçambique

Esteban Richard

msfch-maputo-logco@geneva.msf.org

+258 823 163800

 +258 21 307976

n/a

NORAD - Norway

Av. Julius Nyerere Nº 1162, Maputo, Moçambique

Representative

 Thor Oftedal

emb.maputo@mfa.no

+258 21 480100

+258 21 480 107

Oxfam Intermon

Rua Tomas Nduda Nº 1038, Maputo, Moçambique

Bento Mahoque

logmgrmz@intermonoxfam.org

+258 828 263924

 +258 21 497470

n/a

Oxfam UK

Rua Parque Sommerschield Nº 19, Maputo, Moçambique

João-Paulo Omega

jpomega@oxfam.org.uk

+258 826 850750

 +258 21 488721

n/a

PSI – Population Services International

Av. Lucas Elias Kumalo Nº 33, Maputo, Moçambique

Cathy Clarence

cclarence@psi.org.mz

+258 845 650 047

 +258 21 485025

n/a

Red Cross

  1. n/a

  2. n/a

  3. Av. Agostinho Neto Nº 284, P.O. Box 2986, Maputo, Moçambique

 

Coordinator - Shelter

Joel Tomas

 

 

Coordinator - Shelter

Javier Cidon

 

N/A

Jerinimo Zandamela

  1. joel.tomas@redcross.org.mz

  2. javier.cidon@redcross.org.mz

  3.  jerinimo.zandamela@redcross.org.mz

  1. +258 82 5364728

  2. +258822 958 705

  3. +258823 082 410 / +25821 497 721

n/a

Samaritans Purse

Rua 1.301 Nº 35, Sommerschield, Maputo, Moçambique

Sheri Warren

swarren@samaritan.org

+258 823 215990

n/a

Save the Children

  1. n/a

  2. n/a

  3. Av. Tomas Nduda Nº 1498, Maputo, Moçambique

  1. Chris Mclvor

  2. Chris McIvor

  3. Agnaldo Afonso

  1. pdirector@teledata.mz

  2. cmcivor@savechildren.org

  3. aafonso@savechildren.org

  1. +258 823 058 650

  2. +258 823 183 230

  3. +258 823 171 150 / +258 21 498 762

n/a

SDC - Switzerland

Av. Ahmed Sekou Toure Nº 637, P.O. Box 135, Maputo, Moçambique

Representative

maputo@sdc.net

+258 21 321337

+258 21 492 474

SIDA - Sweden

Av. Julius Nyerere Nº 1128, P.O. Box 338, Maputo, Moçambique

Representative

 Bengt Johansson

ambassaden.maputo@foreign.ministry.se

+258 21 480300

+258 21 480 390

SNV - Netherlands

Av. Julius Nyerere Nº 1339, P.O. Box 4468, Maputo, Moçambique

Representative

  PJM Litjens

mozambique@snvworld.org

+258 21 486790

+258 21 486 792

UN Habitat

  1. n/a

  2. Rua Francisco Barreto Nº 322, Maputo, Moçambique

 

Coordinator - Shelter

Silvia Magaia

 

N/a Jaime Comiche

  1. silvia.magaia@unhabitat.org

  2. jaime.comiche@unpd.org

  1. +258 823 032 410

  2. +258 21 481 465

  1. n/a

  2. +25821 481493

UN Residents Coordinators Office

UN Residents Coordinators Office, Av. Kenneth Kaunda Nº 931, Maputo, Moçambique

Resident Coordonator

 Jocelyn Mason

ndolamb.ngokwey@undp.org

+258 21 485158

www.mz.one.un.org

+258 21 491 691

UNAIDS

Rua Pereira Marinho Nº 145, P.O. Box 4595, Maputo, Moçambique

Mauricio Cysne

cysnem@unaids.org

+258 21 484510

+258 21 492 345

UNDP

  1. n/a

  2. Rua José Craveirinha Nº 236, P.O. Box 4595, Maputo, Moçambique

  3. Av. Kenneth Kaunda Nº 931, P.O. Box 4595, Maputo, Moçambique

 

Coordinator - Early

Eunice Mucache

 

 

N/a

Jocelyn Mason

 

  1. eunice.mucache@undp.org

  2. undpmz@undp.org

  3. undpmz@undp.org

  1. +258823 176 560

  2. +258 21 485 158

  3. +258 21 481 400

  1. n/a

  2. +25821 491691

  3. +25821 491691

UNDSS

Av. Travessa Faria de Sousa Nº 14, P.O. Box 4595, Maputo, Moçambique

Carlos Martins

carlos.martins@undp.org

+258 21 494419

+258 21 490 790

UNESCO

Av. do Marginal Nº 4031, P.O. Box 1397, Maputo, Moçambique

Benoit Sossou

b.sossou@unesco.org

+258 21 481700

+258 21 493 431

UNFPA

Av. Julius Nyerere Nº 1419, P.O. Box 4595, Maputo, Moçambique

Ratidzai Ndlovu

foffice@unfpa.uem.mz

+258 21 490686

+258 21 493 577

UNHCR

Av. Jose Craveirinha Nº 237, Maputo, Moçambique

Girma Gebre Kristos

mozma@unhcr.org

+258 21 490242

+258 21 490 635

UNICEF

  1. Av. do Zimbabwe Nº 1440, P.O. Box 4713, Maputo, Moçambique

  2. n/a

  3. n/a

  4. n/a

 

Coordinator - Nutrition: Roberto de Bemardi

 

 

Coordinator - Protection

Theresa Kilbane

 

 

Coordinator - WASH

Manuel Freitas

 

Coordinator - Education

Theresa Kilbane

  1. rdemardi@unicef.org / maputo@unicef.org

  2. tkilbane@unicef.org

  3. mfreitas@unicef.org

  4. tkilbane@unicef.org

  1. +258 82 3148100

  2. +258 82 3049770

  3. +258 82 3179170

  4. +258823 049 770

  1. +25821 491679

  2. n/a

  3. n/a

  4. n/a

UNIDO

Rua Francisco Barreto Nº 322, P.O. Box 4595, Maputo, Moçambique

Stefano Bologna

 s.bologna@unido.org

+258 21 481489

+258 21 491 449

UNIFEM

Av. Jose Craveirinha Nº 237, Maputo, Moçambique

Adelia de Melo Branco

adelia.branco@unifem.org

+258 21 485159

+258 21 485 161

USAID - USA

JAT Complex, Rua 1231 Nº 41, P.O. Box 783, Maputo, Moçambique

Representative

 Todd Amani

maputo_info@usaid.gov

+258 21 352000

+258 21 352 100

UNV

Av. Kenneth Kaunda Nº 931, P.O. Box 4595, Maputo, Moçambique

Jocelyn Mason

undpmz@undp.org

+258 21 481400

+258 21 491 691

WFP

  1. n/a

  2. n/a

  3. n/a

  4. Av. do Zimbabwe Nº 1332, P.O. Box 4595, Maputo, Moçambique

 

Coordinator - Logistics

Kirsi Junnila

 

 

Coordinator - Food Security

Elvira Pruscini

 

 

Coordinator - Emergency Telecoms

Muanza Kanda

 

Lola Castro

  1. kirsi.junnila@wfp.org

  2. elvira.pruscini@wfp.org

  3. muanza.kanda@wfp.org

  4. wfp.maputo@wfp.org

  1. +258823 274 750

  2. +258823 016 299

  3. +258824 839 333

  4. +258 21 482 200

  1. n/a

  2. n/a

  3. n/a

  4. +25821 491719

WHO

  1. n/a

  2. Rua Pereira Marinho Nº 280, P.O. Box 377, Maputo, Moçambique

Coordinator - Health

Sebastião Nkunku

N/a

Dr. El Hadi Benzerroug

  1. nkunkus@mz.afro.who.int

  2. benzerrouge@mz.afro.who.int

  1. +258822 958 705

  2. +258 21 492 732

  1. n/a

  2. +258 21 498998

World Bank

Av. Kenneth Kaunda Nº 1224, Maputo, Moçambique

Michael Baxter

mbaxter@worldbank.org

+258 21 482323

+258 21 492 893

World Relief

Rua dom João III Nº 90, P.O. Box 680, Maputo, Moçambique

Nia Nolupona

nolupona@wr.org

+258 21 488813

+258 21 488 816

World Vision International

Av. Agostinho Neto Nº 620, Maputo, Moçambique

Moussa Sangara

moussa_sangara@wvi.org

+258 823 136420

 +258 21 350600

n/a


Mozambique - 4.4 Mozambique Port and Waterways Company Contact List

Mozambique Port and Waterways Company Contact List

Port Name Company Physical Address Name Email Phone Number (office) and Fax Number Key Role Description of Duties

Port of Beira

Cornelder de Moçambique

Largo dos CFM, P.O. Box 236, Beira, Moçambique

Managing Director

 Carlos Mesquita

carlos.mesquita@teledata.mz

+258 825 019 070

 +258 23 322 735

Fax: +258 23 322 736

n/a

Cornelder de Moçambique is a joint venture with CFM who operate both the Multipurpose Container Terminal and the General Cargo Terminal

Port of Beira

Cornelder de Moçambique

Largo dos CFM, P.O. Box 236, Beira, Moçambique

Operations Director

 Orlando Belo

orlando.belo@cornelder.co.mz

+258 825 019 090;

 +258 23 322 735

Fax: +258 23 322 736

n/a

n/a

Port of Beira

Alfãndagas de Moçambique

Praça dos Trabalhadores, Edifico CFM, Beira, Moçambique

Regional Director

 Goncalves Mandava

beira@alfandegas.gov.mz

www.alfandegas.gov.mz

+258 23 322 250

Fax: +258 23 322 224

n/a

n/a

Port of Beira

Mediterranean Shipping Company

Av. Poder Popular Nº 152, P.O. Box 2105, Beira

Branch Manager

 Timoteo Samunda

tsamunda@msc.co.mz

www.mscmozambique.com

+258 843 800 006

 +258 23 329 250

Fax: +258 23 329 202

Shipping Agents

n/a

Port of Beira

Maersk Moçambique Lda

Rua Aires De Ornelas Nº 302, Beira, Moçambique

Operations Manager

 Hanifo Ismael

mozlogmng@maersklogistics.com

 www.maersklogistics.com

+258 823 061 090;

 +258 23 320 979

Fax: +258 23 325 535

Shipping Agents

n/a

Port of Beira

SDV AMI Lda

Av. Do Poder Popular Nº 264, P.O. Box 72, Beira, Moçambique

Director General

 Gerard Loustaunau

gerard.loustaunau@bollore.com

www.bollore-africa-logistics.com

+258 848 392 022

 +258 23 324 001

Fax: +258 23 325 022

Shipping Agents

n/a

Port of Beira

King & Sons Lda

Largo de Buzi Nº 1/6, P.O. Box 244, Beira, Moçambique

Branch Manager

 Manuel Paulo

beira@king&sons.co.mz

www.kingandsons.co.za

+258 843 044 797

 +258 23 328 620

Fax: +258 23 328 620

Clearing & Forwarding Agents

n/a

Port of Beira

Mocargo Lda

1st Floor, Rua Poder Popular Nº 216, P.O. Box 311, Beira, Moçambique

 Operations Manager

 Paulo Aquino

geral.b@teledata.mz

www.mocargo.com

+258 825 015 680

 +258 23 328 140

Fax: +258 23 323 032

Clearing & Forwarding Agents

n/a

Port of Beira

Manica Freight Services Lda

Largo João Coutinho Nº 148, P.O. Box 44, Beira, Moçambique

Branch Manager

 Peter Walker

pwalker@beira.manica.co.mz

www.manica.co.mz

+258 823 051 960

 +258 23 325 163

Fax: +258 23 322 285

Clearing & Forwarding Agents

n/a

Port of Beira

Nectar Moçambique Lda

Porto da Beira, Cais 10, Atras do Armazen Nº 7, Beira, Moçambique

General Manager

 Bruce Taylor

nectarbeira@teledata.mz

www.nectargroup.net

+258 825 900 150

 +258 23 323 222

Fax: +258 23 329 597

Cargo Handling Services

n/a

Port of Beira

Kudumba Investments Lda

Largo dos CFM, Beira, Moçambique

Regional Director

 Nigel Hallowes

nhallowes@kudumba.com

www.kudumba.com

+258 823 063 918

 +258 23 327 421

Fax: +258 23 327 422

Cargo Screening Service

n/a

Port of Beira

Intertek Caleb Brett Lda

1st Floor, Lago do Buzi Building, Manica Building, Beira, Moçambique

Branch Manager

 William Wilfred

william.wilfred@intertek.com

www.intertek.com

+258 845 014 621

 +258 23 324 521

Fax: +258 23 324 262

Testing Services; Fumigation Services

n/a

Port of Beira

SGS Moçambique Lda

1st Floor, Rua Poder Popular Nº 264, P.O. Box 311, Beira, Moçambique

Branch Manager

 Ava Abdul Razak

sgs.beira@sgs.com

www.sgs.com

+258 843 988 702

 +258 23 325 419

Fax: +258 23 328 097

Testing Services

n/a

Port of Beira

Fumigam Lda

1st Floor, Edificio La Pyaza, Rua General Vieira da Rocha, Beira, Moçambique

Executive Director

fumigam@tdm.co.mz

+258 823 973 030

 +258 23 322 204

Fax: +258 23 322 096

Fumigation Services

n/a

Port of Maputo

Moçambique International Port Services – MIPS

P.O. Box 3203, Maputo, Moçambique

n/a

mips@mips.co.mz

www.sgs.com

+258 21 429 548

Fax: +258 21 305 718

n/a

n/a

Port of Maputo

Maputo Port Development Company – MPDC

Port Directors Building, P.O. Box 2841, Maputo, Moçambique

n/a

info@portmaputo.com

www.portmaputo.com

+258 21 313 920

Fax: +258 21 313 921

n/a

n/a

Port of Maputo

Maputo Port Development Company – MPDC

n/a

n/a

cargo.ops@portmaputo.com

www.portmaputo.com

+258 21 312 596

Fax: +258 21 307 648

Cargo Handling Operations

n/a

Port of Maputo

Maputo Port Development Company – MPDC

n/a

n/a

ship.info@portmaputo.com

www.portmaputo.com

+258 21 430 101

Fax: +258 21 430 101

Shipping Enquires

n/a

Port of Maputo

Matola Cargo Terminal – MCT

n/a

Manager

 Filipe Franco

filipe_franco@mozspan.co.mz

www.portmaputo.com

+258 823 075 040

 +258 21 751 122

Fax: +258 21 751 075

n/a

n/a

Port of Maputo

STEMA – Matola Grain Terminal

n/a

 

stema@stema.imoz.com

www.stema.co.mz

+258 21 721 762

Fax: +258 21 721 763

n/a

n/a

Port of Maputo

Mediterranean Shipping Company

4th Floor, Rua da Imprensa Nº 256, Maputo, Moçambique

Branch Manager

 Marcelino Buanaique

mbuanaique@msc.co.mz

www.msc.com

+258 827 841 780

 +258 21 302 150

Fax: +258 21 302 154

Shipping Agent

n/a

Port of Maputo

Maersk Moçambique Lda

Av. Filipe Samuel Magaia Nº 851, Maputo, Moçambique

Country Manager

 Christopher Crookall

mozmng@maersk.com

www.maerskseeland.com

+258 823 055 632

 +258 21 308 132

Fax: +258 21 308 130

Shipping Agent

n/a

Port of Maputo

SDV AMI Lda

1st Floor, Av. 25 de Setembro Nº 2206, P.O. Box 2611, Maputo, Moçambique

Branch Manager

 Guenole Nordin

guenole.nordin@bollore.com

www.bollore-africa-logistics.com

+258 843 012 940

 +258 21 328 263

Fax: +258 23 328 287

Shipping Agent

n/a

Port of Maputo

King & Sons

Tiger Centre, Av. Ho Chi Min Nº 710, P.O. Box 2902, Maputo, Moçambique

Managing Director

 Andre Botes

andreb@kingandsons.co.za

www.kingandsons.co.za

+258 823 047 760

 +258 21 430 021

Fax: +258 21 322 262

Clearing & Forwarding Agent

n/a

Port of Maputo

Mocargo Lda

Rua Consiglieri Pedroso Nº 430, Maputo, Moçambique

Managing Director

 Manuel Amaral

mocargo1@teledata.mz

www.mocargo.com

+258 823 005 550

 +258 21 305 661

Fax: +258 21 305 263

Clearing & Forwarding Agents

n/a

Port of Maputo

Manica Freight Services

Praca dos Trabalhadores Nº 51, P.O. Box 557, Maputo, Moçambique

General Director

 Ahmad Chothia

achothia@manica.co.mz

www.manica.co.mz

+258 823 008 880

 +258 21 356 500

Fax: +258 21 326 853

Clearing & Forwarding Agent

n/a

Port of Maputo

Nectar Group

1 Ashton Gate, Ashton Road, Harold Hill, Romford, Essex, RM3 8UF, UK

Marketing Director

 Guy Wilkes

gwilkes@nectar.co.uk

www.nectargroup.net

+44 7739 853 078

 +44 1708 386 555

Fax: +44 1708 386 665

Cargo Handling Services

n/a

Port of Maputo

Intertek Caleb Brett Lda

Av. Marien N’guabi Nº 214, Maputo, Moçambique

Country Manager

 Jack Rufo

jack.rufo@intertek.com

www.intertek.com

+258 845 014 410

 +258 21 418 686

Fax + 258 21 418 687

Testing & Verification Services; Fumigation Services

n/a

Port of Maputo

SGS Moçambique

1st Floor, Rua do Bagamoyo Nº 322, Maputo, Moçambique

Branch Manager

 Ivo Martinho

jannie.knoetze@sgs.com

www.sgs.com

+258 843 536 372

 +258 21 313 488

Fax: +258 21 313 499

Testing & Verification Services; Fumigation Services

n/a

Port of Maputo

Kudumba Investments Lda

 Praca dos Trabalhadores Nº 6, P.O. Box 557, Maputo, Moçambique

Operations Director

 Stanica Enache

 info@kudumba.com

 www.kudumba.com

 +258 825 752 051

 +258 21 360 025

Fax:  +258 21 316 027

n/a

n/a

Port of Nacala

Corredor de Desenvolvimento do Norte – CDN

Zona Portuaria, P.O. Box 39, Nacala, Moçambique

Executive Director

 Agostinho F. Langa

langa.af@cdn.co.mz

www.portodenacala.co.mz

+258 846 017 490

 +258 26 526 216

Fax: +258 26 526 390

n/a

Company managing and operating the Port of Nacala. Its main goal is the management, rehabilitation and commercial exploitation, in an environmentally sustainable manner, of the port and railway infra-structures in northern Moçambique

Port of Nacala

Alfãndagas de Moçambique

Porto de Nacala, Nacala, Nampula, Moçambique

Port Director

 Victor de Sousa

nacala@alfandegas.gov.mz

+258 26 526 321

Fax: +258 26 526 448

n/a

n/a

Port of Nacala

Mediterranean Shipping Company

Rua Do Porto, P.O. Box 242, Nacala, Moçambique

Branch Manager

 Alex Faia

afaia@msc.co.mz

www.mscgva.ch

+258 843 800 005

 +258 26 526 597

Fax: +258 26 526 591

Shipping Agent

n/a

Port of Nacala

SDV AMI Lda

Rua Do Porto, P.O. Box 42, Nacala, Moçambique

Branch Manager

 John Hoeben

john.hoeben@bollore.com

www.bollore-africa-logistics.com/

+258 844 364 510

 +258 26 526 813

Fax: +258 26 526 833

Shipping Agent

n/a

Port of Nacala

Maersk Moçambique Lda

Rua Do Porto, Nacala, Moçambique

Branch Manager

 Franco Langa

nalord@maersk.com

www.maerskline.com

+258 823 220 700

 +258 26 526 837

Fax: +258 26 526 837

Shipping Agents

n/a

Port of Nacala

King & Sons Limited

Rua Do Porto, Nacala, Moçambique

Branch Manager

 Deolinda Pinheiro

nacala@kingandsons.co.mz

www.kingandsons.co.za

+258 826 017 090

 +258 26 526 205

Fax: +258 26 526 266

Clearing & Forwarding Agent

n/a

Port of Nacala

Manica Freight Services

Rua Do Porto, P.O. Box 144, Nacala, Moçambique

Branch Manager

 Ibrahimo Assumane

iassumane@nacala.manica.co.mz

www.manica.co.mz

+258 826 019 320;

 +258 26 526 844

Fax: +258 26 526 025

Clearing & Forwarding Agent

n/a

Port of Nacala

Mocargo Limited

Zona Portuaria, Talhao 8, Nacala, Moçambique

Branch Manager

 Samuel Catatula

mocargonops@mocargo.com

www.mocargo.com

+258 848 192 442

 +258 26 526 396

Fax: +258 26 526 395

Clearing & Forwarding Agent

n/a

Port of Nacala

Nectar Group

Port of Nacala – Cargo Handling Services Nacala Nectar Group, 1 Ashton Gate, Ashton Road, Harold Hill, Romford, Essex, RM3 8UF, UK

Marketing Manager

 Guy Wilkes

gwilkes@nectar.co.uk

www.nectargroup.net

+44 7739 853 078

 +44 1708 386 555

Fax: +44 1708 386 665

Cargo Handling Services

n/a

Port of Nacala

Kudumba Investments Lda

Zona Portuaria, Porto de Nacala, Nacala, Moçambique

Regional Director

 Nigel Hallowes

nhallowes@kudumba.com

www.kudumba.com

+258 823 063 918

 +258 26 526 873

Fax: +258 26 526 873

Cargo Screening Services

n/a

Port of Nacala

SGS Moçambique

1st Floor, Rua do Porto Edificio AMI, Nacala, Moçambique

Branch Manager

 Afandy Ranchordas

afandy_ranchordas@sgs.com

www.sgs.com

+258 823 058 588

 +258 26 526 793

Fax: +258 26 526 069

Testing & Verification Services; Fumigation Services

n/a

Port of Nacala

Intertek Lda

Rua do Porto de Nacala, P.O. Box 26, Nacala, Moçambique

Branch Manager

 Shadrek Sigauque

ops.cbe-nacala@intertek.com

+258 845 024 290

 +258 26 526 713

Fax: +258 26 526 714

Testing & Verification Services; Fumigation Services

n/a

Port of Quelimane

Cornelder de Moçambique

Largo dos CFM, Praça Independência, P.O. Box 123, Quelimane, Moçambique

Operations Manager

cornelder.cq@teledata.mz

+258 823 551 684

 +258 24 212 382

Fax: +258 24 215 793

Cornelder de Moçambique (a Dutch company) is a joint venture with CFM (Moçambique Railways) who operate port

n/a

Port of Quelimane

Cornelder de Moçambique

Largo dos CFM, Praça Independência, P.O. Box 123, Quelimane, Moçambique

n/a

n/a

+258 24 313 122

Fax: +258 24 215 793

n/a

n/a

Port of Quelimane

Alfãndaga de Quelimane

Rec CFM, Parça Indepenênica, P.O. Box 52, Quelimane, Moçambique

n/a

quelimane@alfandegas.gov.mz

www.alfandegas.gov.mz

+258 24 212 948

Fax:  +258 24 212 948

n/a

n/a

Port of Quelimane

Maersk

Quelimane, Moçambique

Branch Mgr

 Tiwone Barnada Calange

qumng@maersk.com

 www.maerskline.com

+258 24 214 914

Shipping Agent

n/a

Port of Quelimane

Manica Freight Services

1st Floor, Av. da Marginal, Predio Emose, Quelimane, Moçambique

Branch Manager

 Filomena Lopes

flopes@nacala.manica.co.mz

 www.manica.co.mz

+258 825 024 810

 +258 24 214 013

Fax: +258 24 213 348

Clearing & Forwarding Agent

n/a

Port of Quelimane

Mocargo Limited

Quelimane, Moçambique

Branch Manager

 João Sululu

mocargo.qlm@tdm.co.mz

+258 24 216 398

Fax: +258 24 216 398

Clearing & Forwarding Agent

n/a

Port of Quelimane

Barata Fumigacoes de Servicos Lda

Av. 1 de Julho Nº 1076, Quelimane, Moçambique

Director

 Adriano Carlos Nhamona

anhamova@yahoo.com

+258 823 103 740

 +258 24 217 459

Fumigation & Pest Control Services

n/a

 n/a

The Kuza Association

Songo, Cahora Bassa, Tete, Moçambique

Manager

 Manuel Salvador

msalvador70@gmail.com

+258 823 941 400

Fax: +258 25 282 482

 

Barge Operation

The Italian Government sponsors river transport on Zambezi River to support to the local population

· The operation is managed by an NGO called ISCOS with a local partner called Kuza Association

n/a

Sena Sugar Company

P.O. Box 1003, Chinde, Zambezia, Moçambique

n/a

senamoz@teledata.mz

www.senasugar.com

+258 23 329 113

Fax: +258 23 329 239

 

Barge Service (Zambezi River)

n/a

Transportes Lonav Lda

1st Floor, Rua do Algarve Nº 869, Biarro Pioneiros, Beira, Moçambique

Manager

 Paulo Cossa

lonav.lda@teledata.mz

+258 23 320 644

Fax: +258 825 020 320

 

Boat Service


 

Mozambique - 4.5 Mozambique Airport Company Contact List

Airport

Company

Street / Physical Address

Name

Email

Phone Number (office)

Phone Number (mobile)

Fax Number

Website

Description of Services

All

Instituto da Aviação Civil de Moçambique – IACM

Alameda do Aeroporto,

P.O. Box 227, Maputo

 

iacm@tvcabo.co.mz

+258 21 468900/

21 465728/

21 465915/

21 465685

+258 82 3021250/

82 3021270/

82 3021340

+258 21

465415

www.iacm.gov.mz/

Oversight

All

ADM – Aeroportos de Moçambique

Av. Acordos de Lusaka Nº 3267, P.O. Box 2631, Maputo

 

…@aeroportos.co.mz

+258 21 465375

 

+258 21 465036

www.aeroportos.co.mz/

Airport management

All

National Institute for Meteorology

Rua de Mocumbura Nº 164,

P.O. Box 256, Maputo

 

mozmet@zebra.uem.mz

+258 21 491150

 

 

www.inam.gov.mz/

Meteo/ Weather

Services

All

LAM

Largo da DETA, Maputo

 

 

+258 21 465583

 

+258 21466512

www.lam.co.za/

Airline

Maputo

SAA

Av. do Zimbabwe, nº 520,

Maputo

 

 

+258 21 488971/3

 

+258 21488974

www.flysaa.com/

Airline

Maputo

Ethiopian Airlines

Av. 25 de Setembro, nº 1211, Maputo

 

 

 

 

 

www.ethiopianairlines.com/

Airline

Maputo

Kenya Airways

Av 24 De Julho, Shopping 24, Maputo

Celia Castanheira

 

+258 21 483145

+258 84 3050551

+258 21 489190

www.kenya-airways.com/

Airline

Maputo

Qatar Airways

Rua dos Desportos nº 833 R/C, Prédio JAT 5, Maputo

 

 

 

+258 82 6684201

+258 84 1390844

 

www.qatarairways.com/

Airline

Maputo

TAP Air Portugal

Rua da Sé nº 114, Loja 28 - Hotel Rovuma, Maputo

Fátima Badura

 

+258 21 303879

 

 

www.flytap.com/

Airline

Maputo

SA AIRLINK

Aeroporto Internacional de Maputo

 

 

+258 21 465487

 

 

www.flyairlink.com/

Airline

Maputo

Turkish Airlines

Avenida da Marginal nº 3901, Maputo

 

 

 

+258 84 5003657

 

www.turkishairlines.com/

Airline

Maputo

Mozambique Airport Handling Services – MAHS

Alameda do Aeroporto, Rua Largo da Deta nº 113, Maputo

See website

 

+258 21 465168

+258 82 3101700

+258 21 465173

www.mahs.co.mz/

Handling

Pemba

ADM

Estrada Nacional no 106, Bairro de Gingone,

Pemba

Toni Aurélio Monteiro

toni.monteiro@aeroportos .co.mz

+258 23 157520

+258 84 3456858

Nil

www.aeroportos.co.mz/

 

Nampula

ADM

Av. do Trabalho, no 418 Nampula

Hélder Correia

Sarmento

helder.sarmento@aeroportos.co.mz

+258 26 213100

+258 84 8085323

+258 26 214405

www.aeroportos.co.mz/

 

Quelimane

ADM

Av. 25 de Junho, no 3500., Quelimane

Maurício Alfredo

mauricio.alfredo@aeroportos.co.mz

+258 24 3271

+258 84 3850840

 

www.aeroportos.co.mz/

 

Maputo

SMA

Alameda do Aeroporto, n° 3556 - Maputo

 

comercial@smscatering.co.mz

+258 21 465877/8

+258 82 3049480 +258 82 7121132

+258 21 465863

www.smscatering.co.mz/

Catering

 




 

Mozambique - 4.7 Mozambique Fuel Provider Contact List

Company

Physical Address

Name

Email

Phone Number (office)

Fax Number

Description of Services Provided

Total Moçambique SARL

Av. 25 Septembro Nº 1725,

P.O. Box 207, Maputo,

Moçambique

Sandra Mahoque

sandra.mahoque@total-mkt-mz.com

www.total.com

+258823 171 340

+258 21 307 230

Matola Terminal: +258 21 712 211

Beira: +258 23 354 475

Nampula: +258 26 216 412

+258 21 307 230

Matola Terminal: +258 21 720 272

Beira: +258 23 353 232

Nampula: +258 26 216 961

Total have 39 service stations across Moçambique and have a 31% market share.

BP Moçambique Limitada

3rd Floor, Hollard Building,

Av. Sociedade de Geografia

Nº 269, P.O. Box 854, Maputo, Moçambique

Ofelia Machado

ofelia.machado@mc.bp.com

www.bp.com

+258 82 3156540

+258 21 325 021

Matola Terminal: +258 21 720 041

Beira: +258 23 352 209

Nacala: +258 26 526 458

Matola Terminal:

+258 21 720 040

Beira: +258 23 352 096

Nacala: +258 26 526 468

BP is the 2nd largest supplier of petroleum products in Moçambique have 26 service stations and 26% of the market. Air BP provide services at the following airports: Maputo, Vilanculos, Beira, Chimoio, Tete, Quelimane, Nampula & Pemba. Air BP are able to provide a 5,000 litre bowser truck to support helicopter operations.

Shell Moçambique Lda

Av. Martires Inhaminga

Nº 170, P.O. Box 1997,

Maputo, Moçambique

n/a

www.shell.com

+258 21 423 560

+258 21 423 650

n/a

Sasol Petroleum Temane

Av. 25 Septembro

Nº 420, P.O. Box 207,

Maputo Moçambique

n/a

www.sasol.com

+258 823 268 200

+258 21 357 400

+258 21 307 922

n/a

Sociedade Moçambicana de Gases Comprimidos – Mogas

Av. Moçambique

Nº 1780, P.O. Box 501, Maputo, Moçambique

n/a

mogas@mogas.co.mz

+258 823 184 990

+258 21 311 710

Beira: +258 23 353 120

Nacala: +258 26 526 232

Beira: +258 23 345 241

Nacala: +258 26 526 932

Mogas is the leading supplier of medical and industrial gases in Moçambique.

 


 

Mozambique - 4.6 Mozambique Storage and Milling Company Contact List

Storage 

Company 

Location 

Physical Address (coordinates) 

Name 

Phone Number (mobile) 

  N/A

Tete (Ulongwe) 

-14.7417733,34.3655093 

Ayeladi 

862009665 

Metalurgica de Tete  

Tete 

-16.2287232,33.5776429 

Osorio Vienes 

843211931, 825091120 

  N/A

Tete 

  N/A

Salman 

878712433 

Nabila 

Tete 

-16.1972797,33.5867943 

Satar 

842466786 

Stop Imobiliaria 

Tete 

-16.1993484,33.5879758; -16.199723,33.586926 

Tarmomad 

827052900, 842415887, 879151511 

  N/A

Tete 

-16.1328969,33.6100822 

  N/A

844604034, +27781697687 

  N/A

Tete 

-16.128952,33.61095 

Elia 

874798113 

Deca

Chimoio 

-19.1030742,33.4251275 

Dany Martins 

853092230, 843006030 

Semoc 

Chimoio 

-19.1083718,33.4618305; -19.107218,33.4616005 

Goncalves Canivete 

864635822, 843885741 

  N/A

Chimoio 

-19.1090333,33.4519204 

Taiyob 

864071345 

Complexo Nadat  

Chimoio 

-19.0894979,33.4095502 

Nadat 

846750890 

Amirana  

Chimoio 

-19.1115376,33.4500093 

Anwar 

864493939, 844493939 

  N/A

Chimoio 

-19.1070007,33.4524632 

Zhong Hua Wei Ye Lda 

877007007, 846802222, 878801000 

Bollore 

Beira 

-19.814206,34.846916; -19.8179864,34.844578; -19.8149678,34.8471723; -19.8250771,34.8368217 

Graciela Castro 

851000365 

EDN Lda 

Beira 

-19.7937704,34.8632857 

Clerto Vicente 

841800087 

Tippany 

Beira 

-19.7848163,34.8568712 

Maksud 

844035021 

786 Imobiliaria Lda 

Beira 

-19.7992911,34.8673756 

Nadio 

875109786 

Simba group 

Beira 

-19.789732,34.876884 

Zhang 

875053758, 844819086 

Maia Trading  

Beira 

-19.785829,34.8681707 

Vasco Maia 

87/829912295 

  N/A

Nampula 

-15.1157786,39.3166271 

Afuzali 

873014261 

Moti Imobiliarias 

Nampula 

-15.115047,39.307477 

Zumid Moti 

878143269, 826666666 

Hotel Milenio 

Nampula 

-15.115923,39.3217142 

Josef 

877790777 

Agrinor Moz Lda 

Nampula 

-15.0864642,39.2008696 

Himidu 

848390009 

  N/A

Cuamba 

-14.8080113,36.5384788; -14.8063925,36.5302277 

Armando 

872479094 

  N/A

Lichinga 

  N/A

Ulamo 

870042812 

  N/A

Lichinga 

-13.2558813,35.2275605 

Alifa 

863387941 

Reef 

Pemba 

-13.0131521,40.5336694 

Albertino 

842411536 

Transitex 

Pemba 

-13.063369,40.5284652; -13.0649014,40.5287975 

Julio 

866699994 

Gak Lda  

Pemba 

-13.005376,40.532034 

Gulzar 

865500123 

Abubacar 

Pemba 

-13.0211341,40.5327936; -13.010826,40.53244; -13.003931,40.530764 

Kadeer 

878007861 

  N/A

Pemba 

-13.0632233,40.5218562; -13.0514984,40.5285896; -13.0497925,40.5306348; -13.0515621,40.5303907 

Zoheb 

871786000 

Victab 

Nacala 

-14.5968145,40.6825729 

Mayser 

868230400 

Ayan Trading 

Nacala 

-14.5961973,40.6809874 

Irfan 

864188889 

Imobiliaria do Norte  

Nacala 

-14.5982,40.681755 

Abdul Rauf 

870444434 

  N/A

Nacala 

  N/A

Acub 

840273670 

Bollore 

Nacala 

  N/A

Pedro Mendes 

851000105 

Nathoobhai 

Quelimane 

-17.872523,36.879918 

Mithen 

876020032, 841392360 

  N/A

Maxixe 

-23.861449,35.349384 

Hemal 

846472644 

 

Milling Companies 

Company / Brand name 

Location (District and Province) 

Physical Address (coordinates) 

Fortified? 

Name 

Phone Number (mobile) 

Abdul azizi agro farinha / O poder alimentar 

Nampula 

  N/A

No 

Muhamad bar 

850642589 

Abubacar Ibraimo / Farinha Mutivaze 

Rapale, Nampula 

  N/A

Yes 

Rosário José Silva 

842487786 

Agrinor Lda / Celeste Rainha 

Nampula 

-15.0871213,39.1999932 

Yes 

Amido Bah 

845286428 

Agro-indústria / Farinha branca 

Ribaue, Nampula 

  N/A

No 

Omar Amisse 

N/A

Agromoz / Agromoz 

Gurue, Zambezia 

  N/A

No 

Edgar Fereira 

862172967 

Arco Aliou Industria / Farinha Belas e Saborosa 

Nampula 

  N/A

No 

Barry Mamadou Aliou 

846225945 

Asante Industrial / Asante  

Pemba, Cabo Delgado  

  N/A

No 

Abdul Amorim  

842188217 

Boa saude / 0 

Mocuba, Zambezia 

  N/A

No 

Mohamad 

844226471 

C. Nitransco / Nnn 

Gurue, Zambezia 

  N/A

No 

Domingos Bitone 

861062208 

Campagri, Lda / Deca 

Tete 

-16.1153873,33.6111803 

Yes 

Pita Chuquice 

853011739 

Chima Licungo / Sem marca 

Mocuba, Zambezia 

  N/A

No 

Mohamed Lenine 

866745439 

Chipangue e Filhos / Opuhua 

Ribaue, Nampula 

  N/A

No 

Régua Chipangue 

844916952 

CIM / Topcore, celeste, Impala 

Matola, Maputo 

  N/A

Yes 

Alfredo lopes 

843204798 

COPEPAMO / COPEPAMO 

Alto Molocue, Zambezia 

  N/A

No 

João Baptista Augusto 

868941869 

D.E.C.A / D.E.C.A 

Chimoio, Manica 

-19.1030742,33.4251275 

Yes 

Aleixo Manuel 

853031468 

Divino / Devino 

Liupo,Nampula 

  N/A

No 

Ermelinda Simao 

848352182 

E.C.A / Bella Xima 

Chimoio, Manica 

-18.04038,33.1725744 

Yes 

Grand Taymo 

846131072 

Ever Green Fabrica de Farinha / Niceone 

Nampula 

  N/A

Yes 

Long Zhan 

840762561 

Fabrica de milho FS / FS 

Larde, Nampula 

  N/A

No 

Fernando Silvano 

846296356 

Fapromul, Lda / Suprema fortificada 

Angonia, Tete 

-14.7223534,34.3539929 

Yes 

Agostinho Simbine 

842326150 

Farinha de Muecate / Farinha Abdullah 

Muecate, Nampula 

  N/A

No 

Ricardo Domingos Martins 

861636584 

Farinha Frank / Farinha Frank 

Namialo, Nampula 

  N/A

Yes 

Frank Omary Idrissa 

847791167 

Farinha Namialo / Farinha Namialo 

Meconta, Nampula 

  N/A

Yes 

Ali Saide 

841794250 

Farinha Sumaya / Nao tem marca 

Mocuba, Zambezia 

  N/A

No 

Mohamed Salimo 

842263154 

Grão d'Ouro / Grão d'Ouro 

Pemba, Cabo Delgado 

  N/A

No 

Omera Bay Assamo Selemane 

844819459 

Gruopo Ophuha Lda / Farinha Ophuha 

Nampula 

  N/A

No 

Carlitos Da Costa Santos 

845517296 

Halima Agro Industrial, Lda. / Halima Agro Industrial 

Manica 

  N/A

No 

Paulo Cipriano 

846455898 

Halimo agro industria / 0 

Nampula 

  N/A

No 

Zuberi chate lulayi 

842769304 

Haramante Industrial / Celeste Mama 

Nampula 

  N/A

No 

Ibraimo Tely Diallo 

843826039 

Hoyo-Hoyo / BXR Agro-hoyo hoyo 

Gurue , Zambezia 

  N/A

No 

Rito Joao 

843040600 

Indústria Moageira Aribawe / Farinha branca Aribaue 

Iapala, Nampula 

  N/A

No 

Tomás Afonso 

842160363 

Industria moageira e.n / Safi 

Nampula 

  N/A

No 

Jacques munyaneza 

873978892 

Indústria Moageira Farinha Branca de Iapala / Farinha Branca de Iapala-Exima Yoowani 

Iapala, Nampula 

  N/A

No 

Aurélio Pedro 

845188320 

Industria Moageira IMTIAZ / Sem marca 

Murrupula, Nampula 

  N/A

Yes 

Mohamed Salimo 

843691000 

Indústria Moageira Lúcia Muapamvele / (blank) 

Lalaua, Nampula 

  N/A

No 

Laquiton Baston 

852323244 

Kiyago / Kiyago 

Pemba, Cabo Delgado 

  N/A

No 

John Frednand Chaye 

844536652 

Luiz Respeito / Celeste Abdullah 

Mogovolas, Nampula 

  N/A

No 

JoJo John 

846973434 

Mabrouk producto / 0 

Nampula 

  N/A

No 

Rachide momade 

870311039 

Malomega / Produto de Malema 

Malema, Nampula 

  N/A

No 

Manirambona Aloys 

847848242 

Merec industries, SA / Merec 

Beira, Sofala 

-19.796507,34.859438 

Yes 

Surya murthy 

843372697 

Merec Macava / Merec 

Matola, Maputo 

  N/A

Yes 

Surya murthy 

843372697 

Metil Moçambique  / Celeste Rainha 

Nampula 

  N/A

Yes 

Kenet Mukua 

848045433 

Miruku agro industria / Nacional 

Nampula 

  N/A

Yes 

Norberto sale 

844837325 

MJ3 Lagoas Lda  / MJ3 Lagoas Lda  

Bilene, Gaza  

-25.18902,33.31086 

No 

Armando Juga 

844055055 

Moageira Alex / Sem marca 

Lalaua, Nampula 

  N/A

No 

Alex 

N/A

Moageira da Cidade / Ekarikho 

Cuamba, Niassa 

  N/A

No 

Jose Manuel 

844483719 

Moageira Familiar / Sem marca 

Murrupula, Nampula 

  N/A

Yes 

Paulo 

852097735 

Moageira Fátima / Farinha branca 

Ribaue, Nampula 

  N/A

No 

fatima  

840732111 

Moageira Mirrupi / Mirrupi Lalaua 

Lalaua, Nampula 

  N/A

No 

Juanita Assane 

852323244 

Moagem Ali / Super Chima 

Nampula 

  N/A

Yes 

Ali Abdula 

871535552 

Moagem Parabens / Parabéns 

Nampula 

  N/A

No 

Nacibo 

845826000 

Moagem Sandra / Farinha Sandra 

Manica 

-19.114985,33.48261 

No 

José Melo Chibante 

846957451 

Moagem Sucesso / Farinha Sucesso 

Mecuburi, Nampula 

  N/A

No 

Assinale Manuel 

877415733 

Moz com Agri Limidata. A Phoenix Grup / Farinha top. 

Nampula 

  N/A

Yes 

N/A

842835898 

Namico Comercial / NC-Namico Comercial 

Angoche, Nampula 

  N/A

No 

Marufo Momade 

862558469 

Nduna Moc Lda / Ufa 3 celeste 

Tete  

  N/A

Yes 

Iris Maria Ferrão  

824253770 

Niassa Indústria Alimentar / Xima 

Lichinga, Niassa 

  N/A

No 

Lucas Mutemba 

861792736 

Pembe / Pembe 

Matola, Maputo 

  N/A

Yes 

Kamal 

843806180 

Processamento de alimentos de Moçambique / Super Força 

Nampula 

-15.150934,39.194833 

Yes 

Zhu 

847116110 

Processing Investiment Lda / Valente 

Cuamba, Niassa 

  N/A

Yes 

Marcelino Mongo 

862967364 

Produtos Alimentar do Norte / Super Power e Predileta 

Nampula 

-15.114849,39.320828 

Yes 

Uneiz Rahim 

845057807 

Rajan Export Moçambique. Lda / África King 

Nampula 

-15.0995955,39.2142086 

Yes 

Niravkumar Rameshbhai patel 

879988776 

Sociedade industrial do norte Lda / Nakhuwo Super Branca 

Nampula 

  N/A

Yes 

Azimir Hassamo 

845300053 

Star Grain Processing LDa / King Power 

Nampula 

-15.146489,39.190563 

Yes 

Mukeshkumar nathabhai patel 

845555184 

Sunay comercial / Beleza pura 

Nampula 

  N/A

No 

Abdulay 

842588025 

Tecnomill,LDA / Bomilho 

Matola, Maputo 

  N/A

Yes 

YUNUS OZ 

847635277 

Winnua Ltd / Winnua, Lda 

Mocuba, Zambezia 

-16.8817223,37.0000065 

Yes 

Asa Maria 

862482111 

 

Mozambique - 4.8 Mozambique Transporter Contact List

Mozambique Transporter Contact List

Company Physical Address Name & Title Email & Website Phone Number (office) and Fax Number Description of Services Provided

East African Traders Lda

Rua Nhaconjo Nº 292, Beira, Moçambique

General Manager

 Michael Jensen

mmj@jjmoz.com

+258 23 329 574

Fax: +258 23 329 060

Moçambique International Overland Transporters -

J&J operate from Beira to Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe and DRC,

they have 350 trucks with a total load capacity of 10,200 mt

Transportes Godiba Lda

Rua Baltazar Nº 192, P.O. Box 2022, Beira, Moçambique

Product Manager

 Goncalo Nuno S. Lopes

goncalogodiba@tdm.co.mz

+258 825 017 380

+258 23 354 021

Moçambique International Overland Transporters -

TGL operate from Beira to Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe and DRC,

they have 70 trucks with a total load capacity of 2,100 mt

Transportes Carlos de Oliveira Lda

Rua Dos Imaos Roby Nº 28, Beira, Moçambique

Operations Manager

 Mario Cunha

tco.transportes@tdm.co.mz

+258 825 247 192

+258 23 353 073

Moçambique International Overland Transporters: TCO

operate from Beira to Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe and DRC,

they have 60 trucks with a total load capacity of 1,625 mt

Transportes Cotam Lda

Rua Nº 5, Beira, Moçambique

Managing Director

 Eduardo Nobre

cotamb@teledm.co.mz

+258 825 097 570

+258 23 302 368

Moçambique International Overland Transporters:

TCL operate from Beira to Malawi and Zimbabwe,

they have 34 trucks with a total load capacity of 850 mt

Transportes Carlos Mesquita Lda

Rua do Chaimite Nº 37, Beira, Moçambique

Joaquim Mesquita

jmesquita@conser.co.mz

+258825 067 740

+258 23 353 465

Moçambique International Overland Transporters:

TCM operate from Beira to Malawi, Zambia,

Zimbabwe and DRC, they have 125 trucks with a total

load capacity of 3,750 mt

Transportes Lalgy Lda

Rua do Impasse Nº 140, Matola, Maputo, Moçambique

Managing Director

 Luis Junaide Lalgy

j.lalgy@lalgy.co.mz

+258823 005 590

+258 21 720 482

Moçambique International Overland Transporters:

TLL operate ex-Beira to Malawi, Zambia,

Zimbabwe and DRC, they have 149 trucks with a

total load capacity of 4,329 mt

A.M. Motors Ltd

AFE House, Freedom Way, P.O. Box 32344, Lusaka, Zambia

General Manager

 S. Rajagopalan

raj@ammotors.co.zm

+260 97 770 773

+260 1 240 007

AMM operate ex-Beira to Zambia and DRC,

they have 30 trucks with a total load capacity of

1,085 mt

Freight & Passengers Services Ltd

8485 Lumumba Road, P.O. Box 33772, Lusaka, Zambia

General Manager

 Babu Thomas

fps@freight.co.zm

+260 95 793 945

+260 1 287 695

FPS operate ex-Beira to Zambia and DRC,

they have 77 trucks with a total

load capacity of 2,194 mt

Karen Motors (Z) Ltd

5262 Mukwa Road, P.O. Box 31897, Lusaka, Zambia

Managing Director

 Berhane Kibrom

karen@zamnet.zm

+260 97 771 200

+260 1 245 024

KML operate ex-Beira to Zambia, Zimbabwe and Malawi,

they have 72 trucks with a total load capacity of 1,962 mt

GDC Whelson Transport

Rua do Aeroporto, Beira, Moçambique

Operations Manager

 Germano da Silva

gdcbeira@teledata.mz

+258 825 011 770

+258 23 302 491

Zimbabwe International Overland Transporters:

GDC operate ex-Beira to Zimbabwe, Zambia, DRC

and Malawi they have 334 trucks with a total load

capacity of 3,300 mt

Western Transport Ltd

 7B Birkenhead Road, Belmont, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

Managing Director

 Pieter Greef

n/a

+263 911 400 873

+263 979 562

Zimbabwe International Overland Transporters:

WTL operate ex-Beira to Zimbabwe,

they have 52 trucks with a total load capacity of 2,765 mt

Masara Transport Services Ltd

18 Liverpool Road, P.O. Box 3175, Mutare, Zimbabwe

Transport Manager

 Cefeu Wislamu

mastrans@mweb.co.zw

+263 912 761 367

+263 2 063 064

Zimbabwe International Overland Transporters: 

 MTS operate ex-Beira to Zimbabwe,

they have 30 trucks with a total load capacity of 805 mt

Commercial Transport Ltd (Migdale Investments)

12 George Drive, Msasa, Zimbabwe

Manager

 Maxwell Masara

kmukushi@migdale.co.zw

+27 726 599 068

+263 4 335 279

Zimbabwe International Overland Transporters:

CTL operate ex-Beira to Zimbabwe,

they have 40 trucks with a total load capacity of 1,225 mt

Siku Transport Ltd

P.O. Box 51111, Limbe, Blantyre, Malawi

Manager

 Sajid Rashid

siku@sikumw.com

+265 888 823 610; +265 1 674 022

Malawi International Overland Transporters:

STL operate ex Beira to Malawi,

they have 80 trucks with a total load capacity of 2,400 mt

Transcom Sharaff Ltd

Kanengo Industrial Site, Area 29, P.O. Box 40550, Lilongwe, Malawi

Manager

 Mangesh Deshmukh

transcom@transcommw.com

+265 888 208 525; +265 1 710 020

Malawi International Overland Transporters:

TSL operate ex Beira to Malawi,

they have 140 trucks with a total load capacity of 4,200 mt

Simama General Dealers Ltd

Cross Road, P.O. Box X42, Lilongwe, Malawi

Manager

 Peter Mbewe

simamatpt@malawi.net

+265 882 908 923

+265 1 770 615

Malawi International Overland Transporters:

SGD operate ex Beira to Malawi,

they have 16 trucks with a total load capacity of 480 mt

Cargo Africa Over-border Ltd

19 Boron Street, Alrode, Johannesburg, South Africa

Manager

 Charles Nicolle

nicolle@iafrica.com

+27 11 864 1117

Fax: +27 11 864 8164

South African International Overland Transporters:

CAO operate ex Beira to Zimbabwe, Zambia, DRC

and Malawi they have 150 trucks with a total load

capacity of 4,500 mt

Comtrans (SA) Transport Ltd

16 Vuurslag Ave, Spartan, Kempton Park 1620, South Africa

Manager

 Michael Masara

mmasara@comtrans.co.za

+27 726 599 068

South African International Overland Transporters:

CTL operate ex Beira to Zimbabwe, they have 40 trucks with a total load capacity of 1,224 mt

Transportes Jilaia Lda

Av. Joaquim Chissano N º 583, Matola, Maputo, Moçambique

Manager

  Amil Fauzio Julaia

n/a

+258 843 981 944

+258 21 782 482

n/a

Movicargo Lda

4th Floor, Apartment 4, Rua da Gavea Nº 33, Maputo, Moçambique

Manager

 L.A. Lone

movicargo@cfmnet.co.mz

+258 21 428 381

Fax: +258 21 428 339

n/a

Transportes Lalgy Lda

Rua do Impasse Nº 140, Matola, Maputo, Moçambique

Managing Director

 Junaide Lalgy

 j.lalgy@lalgy.co.mz

+258 823 005 590

+258 21 720 482

n/a

Nu Africa Transportes Lda

10/A Parcela Nº 654, Foral da Matola, Maputo, Moçambique

General Manager

 Mike Hutchons

nuafrica@intra.co.mz

+258 843 093 800

+258 843 032 815

n/a

Transportes Carlos Mesquita Lda

 Rua do Chaimite Nº 37, Beira, Moçambique

Director

 Paulo Mesquita

paulo.mesquita@tcmida.co.mz

+258 23 353 465

Fax: +258 23 365 696

n/a

Transportes Gaspar Lda

Rua 13, Casa Nº 734, Manga, Beira, Moçambique

Manager

 Mr Gaspar

n/a

+258 823 861 690

+258 825 499 954

+258 23 301 127

n/a

Transportes Lonav Lda

1st Floor, Rua do Algarve Nº 869, Biarro Pioneiros, Beira, Moçambique

Manager

 Paulo Cossa

lonav.lda@teledata.mz

+258 825 020 320

+258 825 498 389

n/a

Transportes Andrade & Filhos

Zona Industrial, EN Nº 6, P.O. Box 419, Chimoio, Moçambique

Manager

 Maria Ines Andrade

t.andrade@teledata.mz

+258 823 890 890

+258 25 122 970

n/a

Transportes Fernando Goncalves Lda

 Zona Industrial, P.O. Box 257, Chimoio, Moçambique

Manager

 Sergio Goncalves

tfernandogoncalves@gmail.com

+258 825 014 200

+258 25 122 599

n/a

Transportes Alfredo Goncalves Lda

Zona Industrial, P.O. Box 309, Chimoio, Moçambique

Manager

 Alfredo Goncalves

tagvilapery@gmail.com

+258 825 011 460

+258 25 123 643

n/a

Transportes Sergio Dias Lda

Av. Julius Nyerere Nº 1882, Quelimane, Moçambique

Manager

 Sergio Dias

sfp_dias@hotmail.com

+258 845 616 536

+258 24 214 898

n/a

Salvador Tovela Muhate Lda

Av. Eduardo Mondlane Nº 87, Quelimane, Moçambique

Manager

 Salvador Muhate

n/a

+258 825 910 050

+258 24 212 765

n/a

Grupo Madal Lda

Av. Julius Nyerere Nº 18, Quelimane, Moçambique

General Manager

 Rogerio Henriques

 rogerio@madal.co.mz

+258825 681 630

+258 24 212 404

n/a

Transportes Ernesto Michael Lda

Av. Julius Nyerere Nº 44, Quelimane, Moçambique

General Manager

 Ernesto Michael

n/a

+258828 479 700

+258825 929 280

n/a

Transportes Abrantes Lda

Bairro Matundo, Tete, Moçambique

Manager

 Milton de Jesus Abranles

abrantestransporteseofocinas@yahoo.com.br

+258 825 026 100

 +258 25 224 209

n/a

Transportes Taibo Lda

Bairro Chingodzi, Tete, Moçambique

Manager

 Sulemane Taibo

n/a

+258 825 833 330

+258 25 220 292

n/a

Vicente Ferrer Lda

Av. Eduardo Mondlane, Tete, Moçambique

Manager

 Vicente Ferrer

n/a

+258 825 946 820;  +258 25 223 936

n/a

The Kuza Association

Songo, Cahora Bassa, Tete, Moçambique

Manager

 Manuel Salvador

msalvador70@gmail.com

+258823 941 400

+258 25 282 482

n/a

Transportes Uzuni Nota Lda

Nampula, Moçambique

Manager

 Mr Uzuni

n/a

+258826 967 920

+258 26 218 304

n/a

Barraca Transportes Lda

Nampula, Moçambique

Manager Sami Abdala Gadalla

n/a

+258 26 217 789

+258 26 217 790

n/a

Moti Comercial Lda

Nacala, Moçambique

Manager

 Minaz Moti

motimoz@teledata.mz

+258825 555 555

 +258 26 520 606

n/a

J & J Tranporters

 Rua de Nhaconjo, Ex Cotubo Nº 262, Bairro da Manga, Beira, Moçambique

General Manager

 Yussuf Neves

info@jjmoz.co.mz

+258 23 320 056

+258 823 047 604

Fax: +258 23 329 060

See Mozambique Transporters Additional Information

J & J Transportes Lda

Rua de Nhaconjo, Ex Cotubo Nº 262, Bairro da Manga, Beira, Moçambique

Operations Supervisor

 Faera Tiola

n/a

+258 827 632 314

See Mozambique Transporters Additional Information

J & J Transport Zimbabwe Ltd

34 Martin Drive, Msasa, Harare, Zimbabwe

General Manager

 Vikram Singh

General Manager

 Wynand Richard Kok

info@jjzim.co.zw

+263 4 447 171 +263 912 573 492

+263 912 375 152

Fax: +263 4 478 123

See Mozambique Transporters Additional Information

J & J Transport Zambia Ltd

Plot 50, 15 Linda Road, Bonaventure, Lusaka, Zambia

General Manager

 Karel Mare

Operations Manager

 Mazuba Yamba

info@jjzam.co.zm

www.jjafrica.com

+260 211 278 006  +260 978 471 658

+260 977 810 896

Fax: +260 211 278 016

See Mozambique Transporters Additional Information

Transportes Carlos Mesquita Lda

Rua do Chaimite Nº 37, Munhava, Beira, Moçambique

Operations Manager

 Joaquim Mesquita

jmesquita@conser.co.mz

+258 825 067 740;  +258 23 353 465

Fax: +258 23 353 696

See Mozambique Transporters Additional Information

 

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Company

Location(s)

Street / Physical Address

Name

Title

Email and Website 

Phone Number

Fax

Cell / Phone

Description of Services Provided

Vehicle Type

Number of Vehicles

Capacity per Vehicle

Condition

Abrantes Transportes e Oficinas

Tete, Beira

Av. Da OUA  Tete

Milton de Jesus Abrantes

Manager

abrantestransporteseoficinas@yahoo.com.br

+258 - 252 24209

+258 25224209

82 502 6100

Inland and overland road transport

Flatbed, containerized

80

30t

Good

Transportes Taibo

Tete , Beira

Av. 25 de Setembro Chingodzi -Tete

Sulemane C. J. Taibo

Manager

transportestaibo@yahoo.com.br

+258 - 252 20292

N/A

258 82 583 3330

Inland road transport

Flatbed, containerized

20

12.5t and 30t

Good

Transportes Valy

Tete, Beira

Bairro Chingodzi        Tete

Sulemane Daude Valy

Manager

transportesvaly@gmail.com

N/A

+258 25224 015

825943830/84 469 0005

Inland road transport

Flatbed, containerized

20

30t

Good

Vicente Ferrer

Tete, Beira

Av. Eduardo Mondlane Tete

Vicente Ferrer

Manager

sandrabenjamim@outlook.com; sandrarego20@yahoo.com

+258 - 252 22320

 +258 25223936

82 594 6820 / 258 84 594 6820

Inland road transport

Flatbed, containerized

7

10t and 30t

Good

Transportes Khossa

Tete, Beira

Bairro Francisco Manyanga

Joao Rosario Biquel Khossa

Manager

paulokhossa@yahoo.com.br; dorosariokhossa@yahoo.com.br

+258 252 22 052

 +258 252 22 052

825110090

Inland and overland road transport

Flatbed, containerized

42

16t and 30t

Good

SPS Agenciamento, E.I

Tete

Bairro M'padue

Sanjo da Silva

Manager

spsagenciamento@gmail.com

N/A

N/A

822158260

Inland road transport

Flatbed, containerized

27

1t to 30t

Good

Transporte Chinamulungo

Tete, Beira

Bairro Samora M. Machel

Bonifacio Lucas

Manager

transporteschinamulungo@yahoo.com.br

N/A

N/A

258 25 222 187/ 825 010 101 / 844 010 101

Inland and overland road transport

Flatbed, containerized

47

12t and 30t

Good

Transportes SAIZE

Tete

Bairro 25 de Setembro UC-5, Moatize

Creto Saize Cedo

Manager

cretosaize12@gmail.com

N/A

N/A

258 825738240

Inland road transport

Flatbed, containerized

12

12t and 30t

Good

Transportes Humberto

Tete

EN 7 - Bairro Samora Machel - Cidade de Tete -Mozambique

Humberto Jose Orlando Coelho

Manager

Humbertojosecoelho@gmail.com

N/A

N/A

258 845444450

Inland road transport

Flatbed, containerized

5

30t

Good

Trans Zambeze Limitada

Tete

EN7 - Bairro Mpadue

Elias Omar Hussein

Operation Manager

elias@transzambeze.com; hussein@transzambeze.com; accounts@transzambeze.com

+258 25224270

N/A

+258 874798113

Inland road transport

Flatbed, containerized

34

30t

Good

Transportes Carlos Mesquita (TCM), Lda

Beira, Nacala

Rua da Base de Ntchinga No. 2275 - Zona Industrial, Munhava - Beira

Orlando Mesquita

Director

orlando.mesquita@mesquitagroup.co.mz

+258 - 23 353 465/7

+258-23 353 696/ 23 354329

 +258 84 5010556

Inland and overland road transport

Flatbed, containerized, lower-bed

300

30t to 35t

Good

Transportes Motichande

Beira

Rua Victor Gordon, 319 - Beira

Haris Motichande

Manager

motichande@hotmail.co.uk;                                            haris.nauntilal@gmail.com

+258 23 328317

+258 23 320240

+258 825 012 710

Inland road transport

Flatbed, containerized

7

3.5t to 30t

Good

Transportes Gaspar

Beira

Rua 13, Casa nr. 734  - Manga - Beira

Gaspar

Manager

 

+258 - 23 301127

+258 - 23 301127

82 5499954

Inland road transport

Flatbed, 6x6

10

16t and 30t

Good

Transportes Fernando Goncalves

Chimoio

Zona Industrial   Estrada Nacional nr. 6  POBox 257 - Chimoio   

Sergio Goncalves

Manager

tfernandogoncalves@gmail.com

+258 - 251 22599

+258 - 251 24977

+258 82 501 4200

Inland and overland road transport

Flatbed, containerized

35

2t to 35t

Good

Transportes Alfredo Goncalves

Chimoio

Zona Industrial  Estrada Nacional nr. 6  POBox 309 - Chimoio   

Alfredo Goncalves

Manager

tagvilapery@gmail.com

+258 - 251 23643

+258 - 251 24134

+258 82 501 1460

Inland and overland road transport

Flatbed, containerized, tipper

15

30t

Good

Transportes Andrade & Filhos Lda

Chimoio

Zona Industrial (near Coca Cola) - Estrada Nacional nr. 6    POBox 419  -Chimoio                  

Maria Ines Andrade

Manager

transportsandrade@yahoo.com

+258 - 251 24563

+258 - 251 22970   +251 22580

+258 864937622

Inland and overland road transport

Flatbed, containerized

50

30t

Good

Herminigildo Joaquim Luis Melo

Quelimane

Bairro Chuabo Tembe  - Rua Principal                                                                                     Quelimane

Hermenegildo Melo

Owner

herminigildomelo@hotmail.com

+258 24 213025


 

+258 824302410

+258 84 4961010

Inland road transport

Flatbed, 4x4

5

5t to 20t

Good

Transportes Carlos Miguel Bie

Beira

Rua Emilia 3,  Vaz - Beira

Carlos Miguel Bie and Ricardo Bie

Owner and Director Adjunto

carlosmiguelbie@hotmail.com;

Ricardodambuzane@gmail.com

+258 825809680

+258 842158478


 

258  825809680 and 842158478

Inland road transport

Flatbed, containerized, tipper

87

30t to 35t

Good

Marcelino Fernandes Transportes, E.I.

Beira

Rua da Estremadura, 1998,  Bairro dos Pioneiros                                                                                        Beira

Marcelino Fernandes and Pinto Silva

Manager and Administrativo

mftransportes.moz@gmail.com

+258 32 568 7


 

+ 258 846 471 811

+258  84 5744870

Inland road transport

Flatbed, containerized

12

2t to30t

Good

EDN - Edson, Dylka & Neurice - Lda

Beira

Estrada Nacioanal Nr 1 - Maringue - Sofala

Aldo Clerico Achaca

General Manager

edn.operations@gmail.com

+258 82 3410120


 

+258 82/86 3410120 - 84 03 55 701

Inland and overland road transport

Flatbed, containerized, tipper

26

16t and 30t

Good

Petroda Mozambique, Lda

Beira

Rua Vaz, Estrada Nacional Nº6, Talhão Nº271

Sanjay Nerkar

Manager

nerkarsanjay@outlook.com; zubeirbhana@gmail.com

+258844544486


 

+258844544486

Inland and overland road transport

Flatbed, containerized

30

30t

Good

Transportes Banoo

Beira

Estrada Nacional Nr. 6 - Inhamizua, Beira

Irshad Ismail Banoo

Owner

transportes_banoo@yahoo.com.br

+258  842300854 and 872300854


 

+258  84 2300854 and 872300854

Inland and overland road transport

Flatbed, containerized

50

30t

Good

SERMOZ, Lda

Beira

Rua da Base Ntchinga No. 2275 - Zona Industrial, Munhava - Beira

Celso Mesquita

Director

info@mesquitagroup.co.mz

+258 23 353467

+258 23354962

+258 845 010 550

Inland, overland road transport, including specialized equipment transport

Flatbed, containerized, tipper, lowboy trailer

100

30t to 35t

Good

Mozaza Logistics

Beira

Suite 116 Grande Baie Business Park, Grande Baie

Jean Michel Leve Hang   

General Manager

jlh@mozaza.com; tania@jjmoz.com; gg@jjafrica.com; info@mozazalogistics.com; jlh@mozazalogistics.com

 +230 - 263 772 5

 +230 - 263 7726        Mobile: +230 579 408 36

+258 843 219 793

(Jonathan Middleton - Beira/Mozambique)

Inland and overland road transport

Flatbed, containerized

60

30t

Good

Lalgy Transportes

Beira, Maputo, Nacala

Rua do Impasse, No. 140 - Matola/ Maputo

Luis Junaide Lalgy

Managing Director

j.lalgy@lalgy.co.mz; aly@lalgy.co.mz; shelton@lalgy.co.mz; sofia.juma@lalgy.co.mz; sheila.lalgy@lalgy.co.mz

+258 21720482  +258 823005 590

+258 21720452

+258 844242420

Inland, overland road transport, including specialized equipment transport

flatbed, containerized, lowboy trailer

200

25t to 35t

Good

Servir Mocambique, SA

Maputo, Beira, Lichinga

1247 - Josina Machel - Machava - Maputo

Henk Fensham

Managing Director

henk@servir.co.mz; kobus@servir.co.mz

+ 258 2175023

+258 21752024

+258 843654365

Inland and overland road transport

flatbed, containerized

100

30t

Good

Ayob Ibraimo Ussene

Beira

Rua Comdante Gaivao,No. 494

Ayob Ibraimo Ussene

Owner

ayob.services@gmail.com

N/A

N/A

+258 823853590

843853590

Inland road transport

sidebar trucks

9

8t and 30t

Good

Transportes Jose Gomes, EI

Beira

Estrada Nacional No. 6 - Beira/ Sofala

Jose Gomes

Owner

josejagomes@hotmail.com

N/A

N/A

+258 847575104 /

843108184 /

845298670

Inland road transport

flatbed, containerized

25

15t to 30t

Good

Manil Moz & Servicos, Lda

Quelimane, Maputo

Av. Ahmed Sekou Toure, Bairo Central No. 1878 - Maputo

Nelton Malate

Managing Director

manil.servicos@gmail.com

N/A

N/A

+258 842397785/ 849492009

Inland road transport

flatbed, containerized

16

10t to 30t

Good

Amma Transportes e Servicos

Quelimane

Av. Agostinho Neto, No. 783 - Quelimane

Adamo Maembo

Manager

adamomaembo@gmail.com

N/A

N/A

+258846298573

Inland road transport

flatbed, containerized

28

8t and 30t

Good

JJA Transportes e Prestacao de Servicos

Quelimane, Beira

Av. Da Liberdade - Quelimane

Jose Joao Ali

Manager

joseluisaali@gmail.com

N/A

N/A

+258 84/87 2146847

Inland road transport

flatbed, containerized

47

30t

Good

Transportes Muanditeia e Filhos

Chinde

Bairro Hospital - Chinde

Ernesto Oliveira Mafuca

Owner

wilsonernesto63@gmail.com

N/A

N/A

+258 821361438

Inland road transport

sidebar trucks

14

 5t to 30t

Good

Grupo LTS, Lda

Beira

Rua Francisco Matange No. 224/ Macuti - Beira

Goncalo Nuno de Sousa Lopes

Sergio Ah-shu           

Shareholder & Administrator  / Operation Manager

goncalo.lopes@mozlts.com;

sergio.ah-shu@mozlts.com

+2582335420

+25823354020

+258 843801105

+258843280386

+258843212837

Inland road transport

flatbed, containerized

69

30t to 35t

Good

PM Logistics, Limitada

Maputo, Beira, Nacala, Pemba

Posto Administrativo da Matola - Rio, Parcela 605A - Distrito de Boane

Paulo Sergio Semedo dos Reis Bizarro

Manager

pmlogisticslda@gmail.com;

paulosemedo1@gmail.com

N/A

N/A

+258 846010691 and 866010690

Inland road transport

flatbed, containerized

56

5t to 35t

Good

Transportes Bacar Mussa, Lda

Beira

Estrada Nacional Nr. 6 - Inhamizua, Beira

Antonio Jamassim

Aderito A. Namuzinda

Manager and Ops Manager

toninhotbm@gmail.com;

tbmtransp1@gmail.com

+ 258 82/84 6955508


 

+ 258 82/84 6955508

Inland road transport

flatbed, containerized

9

30

Good

TRANSPEFIL - Transporte e Servicos, Pereira e Filhos, Limitada

Beira

Bairro da Manga, entre as Ruas 5 e 8, Talhao No. 389A

Mauro Pereira



Mauro Paruque

Director General / Head of Logistics

dag.transpefil@transpefil.com

mauro.pereira@mpdalda.com  

+258 23 329908

+258 23 329908

+258 823 101 794 ; 823 020 021  and 826 628 898

Inland road transport

Flatbed, containerized

19

30t to 35t

Good

Mozambique - 4.8.3 Mozambique Transporter Contact List - North Corridor

Company

Location(s)

Street / Physical Address

Name

Title

Email Website 

Phone Number

Fax

Cell / Phone

Description of Services Provided

Vehicle Type

Number of Vehicles

Capacity per Vehicle

Condition

DSV Air & Sea, Lda

Maputo

Av. Martires de Inhaminga No. 170, 13th Floor - Maputo

Philipp Buechler

Loid Milton 

Managing Director

National Sales Manager

philipp.buechler@za.dsv.com; loid.milton@mz.dsv.com

+258 21 427141/2

+258 21325702

+258 843262180

+258820728656

+2583024874

+258844440172

Inland and orverland road transport

Flatbed, containerized

n/a

n/a

n/a

Manica Freight Services (Moc) SA

Maputo, Beira, Quelimane, Nacala, and Pemba

51, Praca dos Trabalhadores, Maputo

Ahmad A.Y. Chothia

General Manager

achothia@manica.co.mz;

operations.maputo@manica.co.mz

+258 21 356550

+258-21 431084

+258 21 424595

+258- 82 3008880

Clearing and forwarding, Shipping agency, Supervision, warehousing, transport, stevedoring

Flatbed, containerized, rail, landing Crafts

n/a

n/a

n/a

Bolloré Transport & Logistics, Lda

Maputo, Beira, Tete, Nacala, and Pemba

Rua dos Desportistas n°833 Prédio JAT 5 1, 12° andar Maputo, 2611

Bertand Fleury

Managing Director

Bertrand.FLEURY@bollore.com

mathieu.moussaif@bollore.com

+258 21 328263


 

+258 821 000 005

'+258 821 000 154

Clearing and forwarding, Shipping agency, Supervision, warehousing, transport, stevedoring

Flatbed, containerized, rail, landing Crafts

n/a

n/a

n/a

IBLT -Independent Beira Logistics Terminals & Services

Beira

Urbano 1, Mungassa, EN6 - Via auto estrada, Beira, Mozambique

Jonathan Middleton

Managing Director

jonathan@bltsmoz.com

http://www.iblts.com 

 

+258 - 23 900 512

+258 23 254 984

'+258 84 321 9793

Clearing and forwarding, warehousing, transport, stevedoring, Pest control

Flatbed, containerized

n/a

n/a

n/a

Agility Logistics, Lda

Maputo, Beira, and Pemba

Av. Zedequias Manganhela No. 267/ JAT IV - 5th Floor

Jason Scully

CEO

jscully@agility.com

+258 21423183


 

+258 874784780

Clearing and forwarding, warehousing, transport, stevedoring

Flatbed, containerized, Landing crafts

n/a

n/a

n/a

AMT Mozambique, Lda

Maputo, Pemba

15 Avenida Albert Lithuli

(3ro andar) - Maputo

Benoir Buron

Managing Director

b.buron@amt-sa.com

+258 21 420 644


 

+258 84 312 2993

Clearing and forwarding, warehousing, transport, stevedoring

Flatbed, containerized, Landing crafts, Dhows

n/a

n/a

n/a

Transitex Mocambique, Lda

Maputo, Pemba

Avenida de Angola No. 2732

Pedro Santos

Country Director

mocambique@transitex.co.mz

+258 839000852/3


 

+258 871296011

Clearing and forwarding, warehousing, transport, stevedoring

Flatbed, containerized

n/a

n/a

n/a

Mediterranean Shipping Company (Mocambique) Lda

Maputo, Beira, Nacala

Rua dos Desportistas No. 833, Predio JAT5 - 8 Andar

Nicola Del Vecchio

Managing Director

nicola.delvecchio@msc.com aleks.kucerovs@msc.com

+25821302150/51/52


 

+258 845801586

Clearing and forwarding, warehousing, transport, stevedoring

Flatbed, containerized

n/a

n/a

n/a

F. H. Bertling Logistics, Lda


 

Avenida Mohamed Siad Barre, No. 128 - Maputo

Mario Luis Joaquim

Managing Director

mario.joaquim@bertling.com

+25821315581/82

+25821315583

+258 843134781

Clearing and forwarding, warehousing, transport, stevedoring

Flatbed, containerized

n/a

n/a

n/a


 

Mozambique - 4.9 Mozambique Railway Companies Contact List

Company

Website

 Description of Services

CFM – Empresa Nacional de Portos e Caminhos de Ferro

http://www.cfm.co.mz/index.php/en/

Ports and Railways

Transnet (South African Railways)

https://www.transnet.net/Pages/Home.aspx 

Railways

CDN – Corredor de Desenvolvimento do Norte

https://cdn.co.mz/en/home/

 

Ports and Railways

Vale Moçambique

http://www.vale.com/mozambique/PT/Paginas/default.aspx

Mining

CEAR – Central East African Railways (Malawi)

http://www.cear.mw/ 

Railways

Jindal

http://www.jindalafrica.com/mozambique 

Mining

ICVL – International Coal Ventures Private Limited

https://icvl.in/contact.php?tag=company-contact

Mining

Mozambique - 4.3 Mozambique Laboratory and Quality Testing Companies Contact List

Mozambique – Quality & Testing Services

Location Name and Address Contact Details Phone Numbers

Maputo

Intertek Testing Services (EA) Lda

Country Manager – Jack Rufo

jack.rufo@intertek.com

www.intertek.com

Cell.: +258 825 014 410

Tel.: +258 21 418 686

Fax: +258 21 418 687

Av. Marien, N’gouabi Nº 214, Maputo, Moçambique

Beira

 

Intertek Testing Services (EA) Lda

Branch Manager – Wilfred William

ops.cbe-beira@intertek.com

www.intertek.com

Cell.: +258 846 014 281

Tel.: +258 23 332 658

Fax: +258 23 324 262

P.O. Box 1348, Beira, Moçambique

Nacala

Intertek Testing Services (EA) Lda

Branch Manager – Shadrek Sigauque

ops.cbe-nacala@intertek.com

www.intertek.com

Cell.: +258 845 024 290

Tel.: +258 26 526 713

Fax: +258 26 526 714

Rua do Porto de Nacala, P.O. Box 26, Nacala, Moçambique

Maputo

SGS Moçambique

Branch Manager – Ivo Martinho

sgs.maputo@sgs.com

www.sgs.com

Cell.: +258 843 536 372

Tel.: +258 21 313 488

Fax: +258 21 313 499

1stFloor, Rua do Bagamoyo Nº 322, Maputo, Moçambique

Beira

 

SGS Moçambique

Branch Manager – Ava Abdul Razak

sgs.beira@sgs.com

www.sgs.com

Cell.: +258 843 988 702

Tel.: +258 23 325 419

Fax: +258 23 328 097

1stFloor, Rua Poder Popular Nº 264, P.O. Box 311, Beira, Moçambique

Nacala

 

SGS Moçambique

Branch Manager – Afandy Ranchordas

afandy_ranchordas@sgs.com

www.sgs.com

Cell.: +258 823 058 588

Tel.: +258 26 526 793

Fax: +258 26 526 069

1stFloor, Rua do Porto Edificio AMI, Nacala, Moçambique

Johannesburg

 

 

SGS South Africa Ltd

tyrone.chetty@sgs.com

www.sa.sgs.com

Tel.: +27 11 680 3466

Fax: +27 11 433 3654

 

58 Melville Street, Booysens 2091 , Johannesburg, South Africa

Johannesburg

 

Bureau Veritas South Africa Ltd,

www.bureauveritas.com/wps/wcm/connect/bv_com/Group/Home/Worldwide-Locations/Africa/South_Africa

Tel.: +27 11 666 0500

Fax: +27 11 666 0619

495 Summit Road, Summit Park, Morningside, Sandton, Johannesburg

Kudumba Cargo Screening Tariff – July 2010 (All rates are in USD)

Imports

Exports

Transit

Containers – Full

unit

$100.00

Containers – Full

unit

$50.00

Containers – Full

unit

$25.00

Containers – Empty

unit

$7.00

Containers – Empty

unit

$10.00

Containers – Empty

unit

$10.00

General Cargo

mt

$1.70

General Cargo

mt

$0.75

General Cargo

mt

$0.75

Other Cargo

mt

$1.90

Other Cargo

mt

$1.90

Other Cargo

mt

$0.90

Vehicles: 0 – 5 mt

unit

$15.00

Scrap Metal

mt

$1.90

Sugar

mt

$0.75

Vehicles: 5 – 15 mt

unit

$50.00

Citrus Fruit

mt

$0.75

Steel & Copper

mt

$0.60

Vehicles: over 15 mt

unit

$100.00

Cereals

mt

$0.75

Vehicles

unit

$5.00

 

 

 

4.10 Mozambique Supplier Contact List

Food Suppliers - Wholesale 

Company 

Commodity Types 

Location  

Physical Address 

Name 

Email 

Phone Number (mobile) 

4F Capital & Holdings Sociedade Unipessoal, Lda 

Maize, Pulses, Rice 

Maputo 

Av Maguigana 1092 R/C -Maputo 

Natercio Obadias 

nobadias@gmail.com; nobadias@4fcapital.com 

258 847954282 

Afrisal do Mar, SARL 

Salt 

Matola 

Matola 

Ashok Kumar 

afrisal@tvcabo.co.mz 

0025821721740 

Afrisian Moz, Lda 

Maize, Pulses, Rice 

Beira 

EN6, Alto Manga, Beira 

Meeran - Manager 

meeran@afrisian.biz/ xavier@afrisian.biz 

258 8444 23052 

Agri Inputs Limitada 

Rice 

Nacala 

Av. Mao Tse Tung 1569 -13 Andar-Maputo 

Santosh Shetty 

santosh.shetty@ssoeglobal.com; shyamkumar.nair@ssoeglobal.com 

258 84 5303251 

Agrico Marketing Sociedade Unipessaol Lda 

Maize, Pulses, Rice 

Nampula 

Av de Trabalho, Nampula city 

Anwar junadu 

anwar.agreeco@gmail.com; rizvan.agreeco@gmail.com 

258 844001786 

Agro Holding Limitada 

Maize, Pulses, Rice 

Maputo 

Maxaquene C, Street 3253, House 26 

Eleuterio Nhane 

agro-holding@tvcabo.co.mz/ e.nhane@tvcabo.co.mz 

+258 874160334 

Ayan Trading Lda                                  

Rice 

Nacala 

Av Acordos de Lusaka 3523 -Beira 

Feroz Ali 

feroz@ayatrading.com; ayantrading.tenders@gmail.com 

258 823354890 

CIM-Companhia Industrial da Matola 

Rice 

Maputo 

Via Impasse,Porta 76 Matola, Maputo,Mozambique 

Amita Cantilal -Area Sales Manager - Groceries Retail 

Amita.Cantilal@PremierFMCG.com; Hennie.vanRensburg@PremierFMCG.com; Chris.Jager@PremierFMCG.com; Jose.Cumbe@PremierFMCG.com 

258 843307406 

Cogef Trading Lda 

Rice 

Maputo 

AV. 25 DE SETEMBRO, N° 2041, 1 ANDAR, CIDADE DE MAPUTO 

Mehboob Panjwani 

commercial@recheio-cnc.com 

258 842190390 

Commerset Moz - Sociedade Unipessoal, Limitada 

Maize, Pulses, Rice 

Maputo 

Av. Emilia Dausse, nr 389, Polana B 

Idelson Maunze 

sales@commerceset-mz.com 

+258847011112 

DECA, Limitada 

Maize, Pulses 

Chimoio 

EN6 - AF - 28, Bairro Tembwe, Chimoio 

Dany Martins/Tafadzwa Shangwa 

danym@deca-group.com/ tafadzwa@deca-group.com 

853092230/843109275 

ECA - Empresa de Comercializacao Agricola 

Maize 

Catandica 

Bairro Samora Machel - Catandica -Manica 

Alison Taylor  

grant@ecamoz.com/ alisonhein76@gmail.com/ accounts@ecamoz.com  

258 844957887 

Export Marketing Co, Ltd 

Maize, Pulses, Rice 

Pemba 

Rua do Comercio 27, Caixa Postal 260 Pemba (Cabo Delgado), Mozambique / Avenida do Trabalho 1378 Maputo 

Shrikanth Naik - Country Manager 

guillermo.machado@etgworld.com; shrikanth.naik@etgworld.com; deepak.sharma@etgworld.com 

258 82 3061250 / 82/84 6012700 

Fasorel, SARL 

Oil 

Matola 

AV. Uniao Africana 

Abdul Rachid Assane, Subhasis Rath 

abdulassane@gmail.com 

0025821724013 

Global Oils  Limitada 

Rice 

Nacala 

Bairro Ontupaia, Nacala Porto-Nampula 

Smruti Rout 

smruti.rout@mz.wilmar-intl.com; stephen.wheatcroft@mu.wilmar-intl.com; rony.ipe@mz.wilmar-intl.com 

258 84 7535525 

Infoconsult Sociedade Unipessoal Lda 

Maize, Pulses, Rice 

Chimoio 

Vila Nova Chimoio City 

Aurora Malene 

aurmalene@gmail.com; infoconsult.agro@gmail.com 

258 843251600 

Kambeny Comercial Lda 

Maize, Pulses, Rice 

Maputo 

Av. Dar Es Salaam, Bairro Sommerchield nr 334, Maputo City 

Fernando Bilale 

fernando.bilale@kambeny.co.mz; financas@kambeny.co.mz; elidio.bilale@kambeny.co.mz 

258 823007390;82/84 3111111 

Madil Comodity Company, Limitada 

Maize, Pulses, Rice 

Maputo 

Rua da Mozal Parcela 6/A-Bairro Mussumbuluco 

Osvaldo Madil 

osvaldo.f@madilcc.com; sales@madilcc.com 

258 855247726/879005247 

Manil Moz & Serviços, Limitada 

Maize, Pulses, Rice 

Maputo 

Av. Eduardo Mondlane, 1697, 1o Andar 

Nelton Malate 

manil.servicos@gmail.com  

842397785/ 872397785 

Max Industria Moageira 

Maize, Pulses, Rice 

Maputo 

Rua Acorde de Nkomati, nr82, bairro do Costa do Sol 

Adenilson Luis Golfe 

manutservice@outlook.com  

+258844417811 

Melhor Comercial Limitada 

Rice 

Beira 

Rua de Algarve, nr. 477, Pioneiros 

Vishal Charaniya 

vishal@melhorcomercial.com 

258840490880 

Merec Industries SA 

Maize, Pulses 

Maputo 

Av da Matola Gare - Km 15 

Gilberto Cossa, Eugenio Machado 

emachado@merec.co.mz 

00258 21 75 01 03 

Moz Farmers Limitada 

Maize, Pulses, Rice 

Tete 

Bairro Josina Machel, Av. 25 de Junho 

Ivan Gastene 

gastene30@gmail.com/ivan.gastene@mozfarmers.com 

+258 842477791 

Mozgrain, Lda 

Maize, Pulses, Rice 

Beira 

Recinto Ferro Portuario-Beira -Sofala 

Suhas Chougule-Managing Director 

suhas.chougule@mozgrain.net; mohssina.suleman@mozgrain.net 

258842655555 

Nhamacherene Comercial Lda 

Maize, Pulses, Rice 

Beira 

Rua Principal S/N, Vila de Sena 

Ramiz Esmail 

ramiz@ramizesmail.com 

258 848906633/ 849194130/ 862857009 

NIA, Lda 

Maize, Pulses 

Lichinga 

Avenida do Trabalho -Lichinga 

Hugo Botha 

hugo@servir.co.mz/ christo@servir.co.mz  

258 866993039 

Olam Mocambique, Lda 

Maize, Pulses, Rice 

Matola 

Av. Uniao Africana N* 7752  Matola - Mozambique 

Zahir Hassan - General Manager  

zahir.hassan@olamnet.com; mritunjay.das@olamnet.com 

258 843309737  

Peng Industrias  Sociedade Unipessoal Limitada 

Maize, Pulses, Rice 

Maputo 

Av. 25 de Setembro, nr. 1509/D 

Genesis Peng 

genesispeng@pengindustrias.co.mz 

+258848384365 

Produtos Alimentares do Norte, Lda  

Maize, Pulses, Rice 

Nampula 

Estrada Nationali, Zona de Mutava, Posto Administrativo de Namicopocidade de Nampula 

Samir Abdul Rahim 

Sales.panmoz@gmail.com 

258 846013030 

Rajan Export 

Maize, Pulses, Rice 

Nampula 

EN8, Natikiri, Estrada Principal de Rapale, Nampula 

Jatinkumar Patel 

jatin.patel@bigworld.net/ nirav.patel@bigworld.net 

+258 84 4872502; +258 842647932 

RDP Internacional                                                

Rice 

Xai-Xai 

Rua Travessia do Zambeze  Xai-Xai, Gaza 

Mr.Dimple Dalsukhbhai Lakhai 

rdp_int@yahoo.co.in  

+258 84 320 5050/84 329 8510 

Ri