Transnet works on port recovery plans after storms

South Africa's state-owned freight and logistics company Transnet is working on recovering its terminal facilities in Richards Bay, where exports of manganese and chrome are shipped to Asia and Europe, after severe storms last week.

Transnet National Ports Authority, Transnet Ports Terminals and the Transnet Freight Rail have all been affected, it said. Transnet said that the Richards Bay port terminal, which handles bulk and break bulk cargo and is situated in KwaZulu-Natal, a coastal South African province, has been officially declared a disaster area after...

Published

Declan Conway

October 16, 2017

03:40 GMT

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