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Nacala Corridor and Port Performance Assessment Report

13 Feb, 2018 – 9:57 am

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

INTRODUCTION

The objective of the Nacala Corridor and Port Performance Assessment is to report on transport, logistics, and production bottlenecks along the Nacala Corridor, and provide recommendations for improvement of the corridor that could lead to development of the region’s economy. The study provides analysis of the Port of Nacala, the Nacala Special Exports Terminal (TEEN), railway and road networks, and nodes (inland terminals, weighbridges, etc.) and storage facilities, with an emphasis on transport and logistics services bottlenecks. The report also analyzes economic impacts of implementing selected transport improvements along the corridor. This analysis reports on increased cost savings, and investment leading to employment creation; and provides estimates on additional jobs and income created for the local populations thanks to transport improvements along the corridor. The report was done in close collaboration with the Ministry of Transport and Communications (MTC) and the Nacala Development Corridor (CDN) company.

SPEED+017-R022 Nacala Corridor Draft Final Report 2018-02-12

SPEED+017-R022 Corredor de Nacala Draft Final Sumario Executivo 2018-02-12 (003)


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