Monday, October 29
The container terminal at the port of the capital will accommodate the largest container ships in the world in 2015, with extensive work that will begin in early 2013.
Friday, October 05
The Mauritius Ports Authority (MPA) goes into high gear. It is, indeed, in the presence of a current feasibility study confirming that the container terminal will be extended by 240 meters. This project will require an investment of Rs 3.8 billion.
Thursday, September 27
Since Monday, nothing goes in and nothing comes out of the East Port due to a general strike'' passed in general meeting by all dockers support strikers MRSA (Society affixing and handling Reunion ).
Wednesday, September 26
Container is no longer spell or n'' between Port East. In all, there are 1,600 containers that are stuck in the port waiting to be picked up or shipped. Situation that will worsen according to Marodon Hervé, president of the forwarders union. This requires the establishment of a minimum service to Port to avoid economic paralysis of the island.
Tuesday, September 18
Le département de la douane, plus précisément au port, souffre en ce moment. Un manque d’effectifs en est la cause. Au lieu de 800 officiers, on n’en dénombre que 620. Ce manque d’effectifs à des endroits stratégiques a une incidence sur la productivité.
Thursday, September 06
Controlling the delivery of a container will be by the PIN the driver of a truck. This code contains all the information policy on the container and the goods it contains.
Wednesday, July 04
An internal investigation is requested by Maurice Allet, president of the Mauritius Ports Authority (MPA), following a series of allegations of skulduggery in the harbor. Unwilling to tolerate bad practices, it wants all the light to be shed.
Thursday, June 28
That's it. By late July, the Mauritius Ports Authority (MPA) will launch a tender for the extension of the Mauritius Container Terminal (MCT). Work will begin next year and be completed by mid-2015.
Friday, June 22
Freeport is a growing sector in the shadows. It began its transformation to become the platform for regional trade (if not international) must. The 'traders' operating in Dubai, were approached by local actors, to enable expand our regional field operation.
Wednesday, January 11
American consultants Louis Berger Group (LBG) argue that Fort William, which remains one of the areas to be developed in the port itself as an ideal site to develop the infrastructure of a modern fishing industry equipped with a unit processing of seafood.