CABINDA introduction:

Basics:
The Port of Cabinda is a small-sized port. It has two warehouses occupying a surface area equivalent to 1.246 ㎡. It can handle and store both breakbulk cargo, containers and project cargoes. There are several dedicated areas for container storage. The maximum draft is 15.24m. Located in an open bay and exposed to weather, the Port comprises a single multipurpose berth. Transshipment of cargoes from larger ships takes place at anchorage. Malongo Oil Terminal, in the north of Cabinda, comprises several SPMs and an LPG FPSO and is operated by Cabinda Gulf Oil Company.

Peripheral Cities:
Bordering on the Republic of Congo, the Port is in the southwest coast of Africa and separated from the rest of Angola by the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Port Area:
Development: The Port serves the purpose of importing cargoes needed for the population of the enclave and also has an important function in the supply chain of the offshore industry. It has been amplified.

CABINDA's major ports:

Near the port:

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