“Largest Port in Zambia”

Find Most Important Zambia Port

Zambia is a landlocked country located at the crossroads of Central, Southern, and East Africa. Angola, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Mozambique, Malawi, Tanzania, and DRC share borders. Lusaka is the capital of the country, positioned in the country’s south-central region.

Zambia is a vast, landlocked, resource-rich country in the heart of Southern Africa with a sparsely populated area. Zambia ports have a significant role in importing and exporting the country. Whether you are shipping to and from Zambia, this article will help you analyze the trading trends in the state.

Port of Mpulungu
Port of Mpulungu
64P4+G5M, Mpulungu, Zambia

The Port of Mpulungu is Zambia’s main port, owned and operated by the Mpulungu Harbour Corporation Ltd (“MHCL”). It is positioned in Zambia’s Northern Province, near the southern edge of Lake Tanganyika.

  • TEU: N/A
  • Mainly used to transport cargo across the lake into the DRC and Burundi
  • The primary point of delivery is Kelemie DRC
  • Almost all loads are destined for export
  • Provide cargo handling services (transport, logistics, etc)
  • Handling capacity: cargo – 200,000 – 800,000 MT, passengers – 17,000-236,000
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