SafmarineMPV sells South Africa to West Africa multipurpose service to Fairseas International

Multipurpose operator SafmarineMPV has agreed the take-over of their South Africa to West Africa service by Cape Town based Fairseas international, effective today.... Read more

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Liner Services

Fairseas operates a regular semi-liner service utilising up to six multipurpose vessels in the West to East Africa port range providing regular, flexible and reliable service connections to all ports for breakbulk ,container and project cargoes and bulk shipments.

The Regional Coastwise service predominantly utilises self-operated tonnage from 5000 up to 20000mt deadweight vessels, all geared with heavy-lift capacity suitable for moving project cargoes and up to handy size shipments of bulk commodities in the Walvis Bay to Mombasa range of ports, with charter vessels for bulk commodities operating further north and into the Indian sub continent areas.

The port range served by Fairseas had been recently increased to include on a regular basis Pemba in Northern Mozambique and Mtwara situated in Southern Tanzania, both ports of which are increasingly gaining recognition in the growing oil and gas industry which is in its exploration phase in the Cabo Delgado Province.The newly-refurbished Mtwara Port’s oil and gas facility has been described as the southern regions’ development key. Investors have invested over 300 million US dollars on the oil and gas supply base to support the first oil and gas drilling in the deep Tanzanian waters of the Indian Ocean.

Fairseas now provides direct services into and ex these ports for all ports in the Walvis Bay to Mombasa range with through bill of lading linkages to and from West Africa, with additional convenient transhipment opportunities over Durban, Cape Town , Dar es Salaam and Mombasa for international oil and gas and other cargoes.

Fairseas is additionally increasing it’s general project cargo activities and is presently involved in the Moma expansion project in Northern Mocambique which includes offshore ship to barge transhipment operations.