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Published: 25 September 2017      

Panamaxes for Matola Coal Terminal

The Port of Maputo has been dredged to allow much larger vessels to use Matola Coal Terminal.

Unlike other coal port projects in Mozambique, Matola does not handle Mozambican coal, but solely exports South African product.

Operator Grindrod has announced that the terminal berth has been deepened to 15.4m, following on from the dredging of the port access channel from less than 11m to 14.3m, which was completed in February.

The terminal was closed for 19 days in June and July to allow for refurbishment, including the installation of a new fender support structure, which, in turn, required the modification of the two shiploaders. The first Panamax vessel was loaded at Matola on 7 July with 83,403t.

Matola handled 750,000t of coal and 1.8 Mt of magnetite in H1 2017, but its coal handling capacity is currently being increased to 7 Mtpa.

Bongiwe Ntuli, CEO of Grindrod Freight Services, said: “The increased volumes are attributable to the demand for export capacity, driven by the recovery in commodity prices, and the support from our rail partners, Transnet Freight Rail and CFM.”




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