Port of Richards Bay
Richards Bay is a modern, multi-purpose deep water terminal. Built primarily for the export of coal and other bulk and breakbulk cargoes, it is South Africa’s premier bulk port.
Port of Durban
Port of East London
This port offers diversified cargo handling facilities for automotives, containers, bulk liquids and dry bulk, and it caters for the ship repair industry with a dry-dock capable of accommodating vessels up to 200 metres in length.
A deepwater port on the East coast of South Africa, 20km northeast of Port Elizabeth, it offers world-class port facilities to businesses situated in the adjacent Coega Industrial Development Zone
An important port for agriculture and farming, Port Elizabeth includes a temporary storage site for abnormal cargo.
Port of Mosselbay
Situated halfway between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth, it is the smallest commercial harbour and primarily caters for fishing, oil and gas industries. Plans have been released to expand the port’s infrastructure to become the premier port for supporting oil and gas exploration and extraction.
Port of Cape Town
Ideally positioned along one of the world’s busiest trade routes, Cape Town Harbour is also home to significant repair and maintenance facilities.
Port of Saldanha
Saldanha Bay is the largest natural, deep-water port in South Africa and has been developed to enable the export of iron ore.