Vale to Build New Coal Terminal at Mozambiques Beira Port
Cia. Vale do Rio Doce plans to build a terminal at Beira port in Mozambique to export coal from its planned Moatize mine.
The terminal will be able to handle 12 million metric tons a year and will have a storage capacity of 600,000 tons, Cezar Medina of Rio Doce Mozambique said at the Coaltrans conference in Johannesburg today.
The company is “finalizing a logistics solution in order to go forward” with the Moatize project, incorporating a coal mine producing 26 million tons a year, Medina said.