Located in the province of Nampula, Nacala district in northern Mozambique, the southern Bay of Bengo, has 60m deep and 800m wide at the entrance, features exceptional seaworthy, allowing the movement of ships 24 hours per day without restrictions silent or size (except along the pier). It is the only deep-water port of Mozambique and the largest in the entire african eastern coast.

It has a general cargo terminal with four docks, eight warehouses in a covered area of 21.000 and discovery of 800,000 a liquid bulk terminal connected to a fuel tank through a pipeline with 3.5 km and two deposits for vegetable oils.

The operational process runs 24 hours a/per day, 7 days a week and closing only on January. The maintenance services are open from Monday to Friday, 7:30 to 17:00 and close on holidays.

– Handling of solid and liquid bulk;

– Domestic and transit goods storage;

– Shipment operations and landing ships;

– Rentings;

– Mooring and unmooring services;

– Boat Pilotage;

Towing;

 – Docking and undocking.

Terminals:

General Cargo:

– 4 dock (manual handling 2.400.000 ton)
– 4 warehouses (total area of 12.050 m2)
– Pier length: 610m
– Minimum draft: 7,5 m / Maximum draft: 10m

Containers:

– 2 limes (annual handling 100.000 TEUS)
– Maximum depth of 15m at low tide
– Lime length: 372 m
– Storage: 5.722 TEUS

Liquid Bulk:

Recently rehabilitated.