Mining Weekly reported that Transnet Port Terminals has reconfirmed that South Africa’s manganese export facility will be relocated to the Port of Ngqura by 2015/16.
As quoted in the market news:
The project is expected to increase manganese export volumes from the current 5.5-million tons a year to 12-million tons a year by 2016/17 and formed part of Transnet’s R300-billion investment programme for the coming seven years, with R33-billion having been set aside for the expansion and improvement of TPT’s bulk and container terminals.
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