Maseru, Lesotho

Port Overview

Maseru is the capital and largest city of Lesotho. It is also the capital of the Maseru District. Maseru lies directly on the Lesotho–South Africa border located on the Caledon River. Lesotho is a landlocked country with no seaports or harbours. Movement around Lesotho is by road, air transport, and limited rail infrastructure. The nearest major port and the transshipping point for the country is Durban. Due to delays out of Durban, more companies have been using the Port Elizabeth facilities that are 2 hours farther south.

Vessel operators serving Maseru

Currently there are a few carriers with service to Maseru. With weekly sailings to Maseru, it is not an issue to find a suitable sailing with available space and equipment to Maseru. With no direct ports in Maseru, Lesotho, please do understand delivery is usually direct to the customer’s final location.

Latest Development News

There are constant development to improve the road infrastructure since Lesotho’s independence. Lesotho’s economy could not be sustained without the benefits it derives from South Africa. The customs union and the shared integrated communications system with South Africa help Lesotho greatly. It helps to provide Lesotho with water and hydroelectric power. It has also depended heavily on South Africa for employment for much of the working population.

AD&K Logistics have been assisting our customers for their shipments in and out of Africa since our incorporation in Singapore. Our experience with shipments to various parts of Africa is pretty established. Feel free to contact us for any shipments in relation to Africa.

More information on Maseru:-

Southern African Customs Union Agreement – 2004


Lesotho Trade Information

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