Crane Inspection by Nectar Mozambique

Nectar Mozambique is pleased to share a recent photo from our crane inspection in the Port of Beira.  

Glyn Mason, COO of Nectar Group was joined by our local team Bruce Taylor, General Manager of Nectar Mozambique and Romell Gonzales, Technical Manager.  The team carried out a site visit to inspect recent maintenance work on the gantry crane. 

Nectar Group and Nectar Mozambique are pleased to work together with Cornelder de Moçambique to deliver a maintenance service to the Beira port including the multi-purpose container terminal and general cargo. 

Our team of experienced technicians monitor and service port equipment, taking pre-emptive or remedial actions to ensure guaranteed levels of availability and the highest standard of efficiency. Ensuring you have the right parts from our global suppliers with minimum downtime.  

Nectar Group offers full maintenance solutions for all port requirements.  Discover our comprehensive capabilities including consultancy, cargo handling, bulk discharging, mobile bagging, equipment sales, and spot rentals. 

Port of Beira is known as the shortest, quickest and safest route to the sea from the South African hinterland. It is the primary gateway for all cargo moving to and from Mozambique, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Eastern DRC.

In October 2023, the Cornelder de Moçambique marked the 25th anniversary of Cornelder’s management of the Port of Beira. Last year, CdM handled around 300,000 TEUs a year and its goal is to double this volume, to reach 700,000 TEUs in the next few years.