In January 2021, the Government of Mozambique, through the Mozambican Tax Authority, introduced the In-Transit Electronic Sealing and Cargo Tracking System (SEERC), commonly known as electronic sealing, to eliminate the diversion to the domestic market of goods in transit, and provide greater security of the goods that transit through Mozambique’s national freight corridors.
Maputo, 21th January 2021: The volumes handled by the Port of Maputo in 2020 decreased 13% in comparison to 2019, handling 18.3 million tons compared to the 21 million tons of the previous year throughput. This decrease is mainly related to the pandemic of COVID-19 and the measures taken to prevent the spread...
Conceived and developed by Cornelder’s in-house IT Department, CDMS makes it possible for documents that were previously submitted, processed, and approved manually and in person
The Port of Maputo received its most recent pilot boat named Tsemba which means “Trust”. The vessel was produced from scratch by Tideman Boats in the Netherlands. The most relevant feature of this vessel is the hull in HPDE, a very hard and resistant plastic.
Cornelder de Moçambique, the terminal operator of the Port of Beira in Mozambique, was pleased to receive Greta, Mozambique´s first maritime cabotage vessel in almost 30 years.
The Post Panamax Container vessel, "Wide Juliet", with a capacity of 5,440 of cargo, 255 meters long and 37 meters wide, docked Saturday at the Port of Beira.