Beira, Mozambique

Port Overview

Beira, Mozambique is situated at the mouth of the Pungue River. Beira port remains directly linked to the hinterland (Zimbabwe and Zambia) by road and rail networks, and currently by road only to Malawi. There is also a Sena railway line linking Beira with Malawi and the Tete Province.

Beira is 319km from the Zimbabwe border at Machipanda and 685km by good condition road from Malawi via Nova Vanduzi. The port handles a variety of cargo from breakbulk, neo bulk and bulk including petroleum products.

Vessel operators serving Beira

Currently there are many carriers with service to Beira. With two sailings a week to Beira, it is not an issue to find a suitable sailing for your shipments. Feel free to contact us for our competitive rates available.

Latest Development News

The development of oil and gas projects and the economic growth of neighboring countries will drive the transportation sector in Mozambique. All major ports need to be expanded or upgraded, new roads and rail lines are required, the local airline needs to expand its fleet, and new airline operators are expected to enter the market in the next few years.

With the latest current destruction by Cyclone Idai, it would likely take awhile for Beira to be back again. “The scale of damage caused by Cyclone Idai that hit the Mozambican city of Beira is massive and horrifying,” the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies said in a statement. There are still other ports in Mozambique that your shipments or even humanitarian aids can be sent to. Do contact us for more information.

AD&K Logistics have been assisting our customers for their shipments to Africa for some time. Our experience with shipments to Africa is pretty established. Feel free to contact us for more information.

More information on Beira:-

Port of Beira

Mozambican Customs Authority

Transporters park their trucks as cyclone Idai hits Beira, Mozambique

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