Mozambique: Dry Port to Cut Traffic of Heavy Trucks By Half

Maputo — Mozambique’s publicly owned ports and railway company (CFM) expects to finish by February the construction of a dry port in Ressano Garcia, near the border with South Africa, in Maputo province, which will cut by half the road traffic of dump trucks carrying ferro-chrome to the Port of Maputo.

The dry port in Ressano Garcia, about 98 kilometres from Maputo, will increase the handling capacity of minerals to 50,000 tonnes per month. The infrastructure, with an installed capacity to…


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