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    Advisory on Cargo Serenity Fee

    Dear Valued Customers, With efforts to keep providing you with the best and most effective service we would like to inform that as from 01st March 2020 we are introducing a “Cargo Serenity Fee” with minimum value of USD 10 per container on all the Exports to give a minimum protection to our

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    Advisory on Free Time for Imports to Distance Greater than 200 Km

    Dear Valued Customers, We would like to inform you that as from 1st March 2020 the “Free Time” for imports to distance greater than 200 km, such as but not limited to Tete, Quelimane, Mocuba, Moma, Cuamba, Lichinga and Pemba, but not limte will be of 07 (seven) calendar days and with efforts to

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    Nacala Port Concession ends

    Nacala Port Concession held by Corredor de Desenvolvimento do Norte Porto, SA (“CDN Porto”) is due to expiry on 10th January 2020. The council of Ministers of the Republic of Mozambique has decided not to renew the concession to CDN Porto and public railway and port company Portos e Caminhos de

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    India was Mozambique’s main export destination in 2018

    In 2018 India was Mozambique’s main export destination with a share of 27.32% or US$1.369 billion, according to the country’s National Statistics Institute in its Statistical Yearbook for last year. The remaining four major markets in the top five for Mozambican products were, by order of

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    Port of Nacala Congestion

    Dear Valued Customers, We would like to inform you that our vessels calling the Port of Nacala have been facing significant delays to berth due to the refurbishment works being done at the Port. Two consecutive vessel calls of the MOZEX service have omitted after a standing time of over 14 days

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    Mozambique plans four dry ports for Manica province

    Manica province, central Mozambique, could eventually have four dry ports in the near future to help decongest Beira port in neighboring Sofala province, Samuel Guisado, president of Manica Provincial Business Council, recently said in Chimoio . He said the four ports, to be built in Inchope,

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    IMO 2020 Low Sulphur Regulation

    From January 1st, 2020, the new IMO (International Maritime Organization) 2020 Low Sulphur Regulation will be in effect . All sea-going vessels worldwide will have to comply and reduce their sulphur emissions by 85%... Read more

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    Scrap booking for Indonesia

    Dear Customer, Plastic scrap, wastes are allowed to be imported as long as: At least 95% of the cargo consists in plastic wastes ( if more than 5% of the waste can’t go through a recycling process, shipments will be rejected) Importers should be equipped with the full set of machineries to

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    Work begins on new logistics corridor in central area of Mozambique

    Works linked to a new logistics corridor in the central region of the country, valued at US $ 3.2 billion (2.9 million euros), start today with the ambition of promoting Mozambican production and creating a preferential port for Malawi and Zambia. "There are preliminary studies and good talks

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    Construction of Caia-Nacala power transmission line in Mozambique, begins this year

    Construction of the power transmission line from Caia, in Sofala province in central Mozambique to Nacala-a-Velha in Nampula will begin before the end of the year to meet the need to improve service quality in the north of the country, said the Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy. Max