To develop the Nacala Railway Corridor Project for the transportation of approximately 18 million tons of coal, derived from the expansion of Moatize Mine (Mozambique) through a railway system connecting the existing mine in Moatize to a new coal terminal in Nacala Velha (Mozambique). The project was funded by Vale, and has the potential of being developed into a transport corridor for Mozambique’s Tete Province, and potentially Zambia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)


The services provided during the project life cycle include the detail railway studies during (FEL3),detailed design (FEL 4) and construction support during the construction phase on the railway line and its associated infrastructure.


Apart from providing an export conduit for the client, the rail corridor will have direct- and indirect social benefits to the larger community in terms of job creation, improved mobility (passenger train services) and the economic development of the region.