• Capabilities: Program Management
  • Sectors: Mining and Metals, Ports and Industrial Infrastructure

Nacala Coal Port

Mozambique, Nacala - The construction of Nacala Port will provide a new coal port terminal and as well as new direct rail connection from mine to port which will double export capacity. Once complete, the Nacala corridor will create a significant number of jobs and fiscal revenues for the benefit of Mozambique’s people.

11 million tons

of coal in 2016

22 million tons

in 2017

The Port of Nacala in northern Mozambique is the deepest port in Southern Africa. It is also a terminal for coal from the Moatize mine located in the province of Tete. Comprising a stretch of a railway 912 km long, this project will connect the port with the coa mine, enabling the export of 18 Mtpa of coal to supply big markets like Asia, Europe, India and the Americas.

Operators Vale and Caminhos de Ferro de Mozambique commissioned Arcadis to provide services around the planning of the project implementation phase and the coordination of its construction, progress and cost control, quality control, engineering coordination, facilities management and management in the areas of safety, health and environment.

Once complete, the Nacala corridor will create a significant number of jobs and fiscal revenues for the benefit of Mozambique’s people.

Outcomes

11 million tons

of coal in 2016

22 million tons

in 2017

New jobs

for local community
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