MAPUTO PORT DEVELOPMENT COMPANY
PORT OF MAPUTO
Infrastructure and Operations update
MCLI Stakeholder Meeting - Nelspruit
2...
Concession Information
• MPDC has the concession rights to operate the Port of Maputo and
the approved concession period e...
Estrutura Accionista
MOZAMBIQUE
GESTORES
Portos e Caminhos de Ferro de Moçambique
Mozambique Ports and Railways
49%
PORTUS...
As principais responsabilidades da MPDC
MPDC – Port operator
MPDC – maritime Services
VehicleTerminal
(Grindrod)
Container...
Total concession area in 2003 = 140.6 ha
Total concession area in 2015 = 267.7
• Maputo Terminal – 129.5 ha
• Matola Termi...
Volumes manuseados
14,7
5
10
12
15
17
19,3
0
5
10
15
20
25
1971 2003 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
Cargaemmilhõesdetoneladas
An...
• Guarantee port capability to accommodate bigger
vessels ( 80 000 DWT Vs 60 000 DWT).
• Allowing for a direct link betwee...
MPDC Warehouse rehabilitation
Projects in progress
New Access RoadMPDC Slab expansion for Chrome
Container Terminal expans...
EXPANSION OF CHROME SLAB - FASE V
• Area: 28,800 m2
• Capacity: 1,1 m tons per annum
• Contractual value: USD 5,5 m
• Comp...
OVERVIEW OF PORT EXPANSION PLAN
CONSTRUCTION OF NEW ACCESS ROAD – PHASE 1
• ROAD EXTENSION: 2,7 kM
• VALUE OF CONTRACT: 6 million USD
• DATE OF CONCLUSION...
CONSTRUCTION OF NEW ACCESS ROAD – PHASE 1
DREDGING PROJECT – CURRENT STATUS
DREDGING OF THE CHANNEL TO A DRAFT OF -14.2 m
Vessel type - Panamax bulk carrier:
• Beam: 32.3 m
• Draft: 14.2 m
• LOA: 22...
Navigational Aid
In final stage of discussion with INAHINA
- Installation of virtual
- Installation of fixed buoys
- Insta...
• Channel dredging to -14m to
mantain the competitivity when
compared to the regional ports
• Alignment of port and rail
c...
DANKIE You!
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Port of Maputo Infrastructure and Operations update

Presented by the Maputo Port Development Company (MPDC) at the MCLI Stakeholder Meeting in Nelspruit on 22 July 2015. The presentation provides concession information, details the port's shareholder structure, gives information pertaining to the MPDC's main responsibilities, looks at the port's jurisdiction area for future developments, exposes the historical volumes handled, uncovers the main pillars of the Port of Maputo's Master plan, highlights projects in progress, gives an update on the expansion of the Chrome slab, provides an overview of the port expansion plan and construction of new access roads, showcases the dredging project and lists the critical success factors impacting the port.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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Transcripts - Port of Maputo Infrastructure and Operations update

  • 1. MAPUTO PORT DEVELOPMENT COMPANY PORT OF MAPUTO Infrastructure and Operations update MCLI Stakeholder Meeting - Nelspruit 22nd July 2015
  • 2. Concession Information • MPDC has the concession rights to operate the Port of Maputo and the approved concession period ends in 2033 with an option to extend for a further 10 years • Concession agreement was approved by Decree 20/2000 25th July and extend for additional 15 years by Decree 21/2010 30th June. • An approved Port Master Plan is in place to ensures that growth initiatives are implemented in a planned and structured manner. The master plan foresees a growth of the port up to 50 million tons. • A Rail Master Plan have been developed to enable the growth initiatives contained in the Port Master Plan
  • 3. Estrutura Accionista MOZAMBIQUE GESTORES Portos e Caminhos de Ferro de Moçambique Mozambique Ports and Railways 49% PORTUSINDICO 51% Shareholder Structure
  • 4. As principais responsabilidades da MPDC MPDC – Port operator MPDC – maritime Services VehicleTerminal (Grindrod) ContainerTerminal(DPWorld) BulkSugarTerminal(STAM) BaggedSugarTerminal (EDFMan) MolassesTerminal(EDFMan) VeggetableTerminal(MSLC) BulkTerminal(MPDC) MatolaCoalTerminal (Grindrod) Royalties Infrastructure– Maintenance&Channel Navigation 1 2 3 MPDC – Port Authority MPDC Main Responsibilities
  • 5. Total concession area in 2003 = 140.6 ha Total concession area in 2015 = 267.7 • Maputo Terminal – 129.5 ha • Matola Terminal – 123.4 ha • Catembe Terminal = 14.8 Total jurisdiction area = 5 594 ha Port jurisdiction area for future developments
  • 6. Volumes manuseados 14,7 5 10 12 15 17 19,3 0 5 10 15 20 25 1971 2003 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Cargaemmilhõesdetoneladas Anos 2003-2014 386% Increase 12% * * CAGR – 2003-2014 Historical Volume Handled
  • 7. • Guarantee port capability to accommodate bigger vessels ( 80 000 DWT Vs 60 000 DWT). • Allowing for a direct link between Maputo and the Far East. • Improving navigational conditions. Channel Dredging • Cargo segregation through the development of specialised terminals. • Compliance to regulations and sound environmental practices. Terminalisation and Environment • Increase berth capacity. • Reduce vessel turnaround time. • Increase storage capacity and cargo handling efficiency. Infra-struture Main Pillars of the Port of Maputo Master Plan
  • 8. MPDC Warehouse rehabilitation Projects in progress New Access RoadMPDC Slab expansion for Chrome Container Terminal expansion CCTV and Access control Main projects: New Bulk Terminal and berth 6,7 & 8 rehabilitation Total port
  • 9. EXPANSION OF CHROME SLAB - FASE V • Area: 28,800 m2 • Capacity: 1,1 m tons per annum • Contractual value: USD 5,5 m • Completion Date: July 2015
  • 10. OVERVIEW OF PORT EXPANSION PLAN
  • 11. CONSTRUCTION OF NEW ACCESS ROAD – PHASE 1 • ROAD EXTENSION: 2,7 kM • VALUE OF CONTRACT: 6 million USD • DATE OF CONCLUSION: October 2015
  • 12. CONSTRUCTION OF NEW ACCESS ROAD – PHASE 1
  • 13. DREDGING PROJECT – CURRENT STATUS
  • 14. DREDGING OF THE CHANNEL TO A DRAFT OF -14.2 m Vessel type - Panamax bulk carrier: • Beam: 32.3 m • Draft: 14.2 m • LOA: 225 m • DWT: 60.000-80.000 tons MAPUTO MATOLA INDIAN OCEAN MAPUTO BAY INHACA ISLAND International tender launched 1st quarter 2015 Activities concluded: • Verification of channel dimensions • Hydrographical study in conjunction with INAHINA. • Geological study. • Vessel simulation study. • Environmental licensing MICOA. • Approval of dumping sites.
  • 15. Navigational Aid In final stage of discussion with INAHINA - Installation of virtual - Installation of fixed buoys - Installation Guiding Lights Estimated value of system: USD 8m DREDGING OF THE CHANNEL TO A DRAFT OF -14.2 m
  • 16. • Channel dredging to -14m to mantain the competitivity when compared to the regional ports • Alignment of port and rail capacity. • Naviagational Aids of the access channel. • Space availability at Matola area to move dirty cargos. • Human capital development Critical Success Factors
  • 17. DANKIE You!

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