THE TOTAL LENGTH OF
THE RAILWAY LINE IS
This project is of vital importance for the logistics of the mining sector, since it assures the opening of the Moatize basin to the international market, ensuring a more competitive logistics cost compared to the more direct competitors, namely Australia and Indonesia.
A high-performance railway will be built to transport coal, general cargo and passengers between Moatize/Chitima region and the new port to be built on the Macuse River.
The total length of the railway line is 639 km.
The new deep-water sea port will be built in accordance with the International Maritime Standards with an initial capacity for coal of 33mtpa, extendable up to 100mtpa. It will also accommodate other terminals for general and specialized cargo.
The concession was granted to build and operate the railway corridor between
Chitima – Moatize – Macuse (639km) and the port of Macuse with an initial capacity of 33 mtpa, extendable to 100 mtpa for the transportation of coal, general cargo and passengers.
The total infrastructure investment
is valued at $2,700 millions USD
> Railway infrastructure Chitima – Macuse
is valued at $1,890 millions USD
> Port infrastructure
is valued at $810 millions USD
> Rolling stock & port equipment
is valued at $500 millions USD
THE TOTAL INFRASTRUCTURE
$2,700 MILLIONS USD
THE TOTAL INVESTMENT
$3,200 MILLIONS USD