The port of Beira in Moçambique is situated at the mouth of the Pungue River. The port is directly linked to the hinterland (Zimbabwe and Zambia) by road and rail networks, and currently by road only to Malawi. The Sena railway line linking Beira with Malawi and the Tete Province is currently being rehabilitated.
Beira port has a total of 11 berths stretching over a total length of 1994 meters, including 1 berth reserved for the fishing harbor. The port handles a variety of cargo from break-bulk, and bulk cargoes including petroleum products.
The port is open 24 hours a day although night navigation is restricted to vessels up to 7m drought and LOA of 140m.
Mozport Limitada is licensed by the Mozambican Ministry of Transport to undertake the following activities at the port of Beira:
- Ships and Husbandry Agency
- Freight contracting and management
- Clearing and Forwarding of International Transit cargoes
- Warehousing of International Transit cargoes
- Tallying and Cargo Superintendency
- Auxiliary stevedoring services
Mozport provides vessel & port agencies and logistics / supply chain services to a wide variety of customers in various industries. In addition to its general services, the company also offers offshore logistics services to the East-African Offshore / Oil & Gas industry both to permanent clients and on a project basis. Mozport also can offer yard management and mobilization / demobilization management services for Oil & Gas Support Vessel operators and drilling contractors, and project forwarding support services.
For full information on the port facilities, restrictions and port expenses , please contact our local staff.