Find Transport expertise in Mozambique

With about 19 airports, 3,123km of railway, 30,400km of roads and 6 ports and harbours, Mozambique has a well-established transport network. The national carrier, Linhas Aéreas de Moçambique – LAM – operates regionally and the main international airport is in Maputo. The Maputo Development Corridor is the country’s most important link. The governments of South Africa, Mozambique and Swaziland are investing in the expansion of the Maputo Corridor and putting in place policies to support private sector investments in order to stimulate sustainable growth and development in the region. Mozambique’s port in Nacala is extremely important to Malawi as a forwarding port. A well-developed forwarding service sector supports the ports of Nacala, Beira and Maputo. As a joint public-private venture, the Mozambican Government put in place the Integrated Program for the Road Sector (PRISE) as part of continued initiatives to develop the road network. Management and operation of Mozambique Railways (CFM) is systematically being privatised through concession grants to operate specific railway tracks.

Transport Infrastructure organisations in Mozambique
Linhas Aéreas de Moçambique (LAM)
Maputo International Airport
Ministry of Transport & Communications
Mozambique Holdings Ltd
Mozambique Ports & Railways Authority