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Beira Port (port code: MZBEW) is the transhipment port for the inland countries of Zimbabwe, Zambia and south Malawi and the second largest port in Mozambique. It is situated at the mouths of the Pungue and Buzi Rivers.
The port has 12 quays and 11 berths. Berth 1 is reserved for the fishing harbor. The port’s container and multi-purpose terminal includes a 645-meter-long berth with alongside depth of 12 meters serviced by two 36-meter gantry cranes. The terminal also contains two covered sheds that of a total 11 thousand square meters, and it has capacity to handle 100 thousand TEUs of containerized cargo per year. The port’s general cargo terminal has a capacity to handle 2.3 million metric tons of cargo per year. General cargo storage facilities include five warehouses covering a total of 15 thousand square meters and 12 thousand square meters of open paved area for ferro chrome, steel, granite, and other breakbulk cargo.
The port handles approximately 4 million tons of cargo annually. The types of vessels regularly calling at this port are cargo vessels, accounting for about 45.5%; and tankers, taking around 25.5%. The maximum length of the vessels recorded to having entered this port is 260 meters. The maximum draught is 13 meters. The maximum deadweight is 64,012t.
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