Mombasa

General information

Name:
Mombasa
Country:
Kenya
UN/Locode:
KEMBA
Local time:
Vessels in port:
25
Expected Vessels:
37
Berths:
4
Coordinates:
S 04° 04' E 039° 39'

Vessels in port

Name
Type
Arrived
Unclassified
25.04. 17:29
Cargo Ship
25.04. 16:53
Unclassified
25.04. 16:53
Unclassified
25.04. 16:16
Unclassified
25.04. 15:39
Unclassified
25.04. 15:03
Unclassified
25.04. 14:27
Dredger
25.04. 13:51
Unclassified
25.04. 13:38
Unclassified
25.04. 13:01

Expected Vessels

Name
Type
Expected
Cargo Ship
26.04. 14:00
Cargo Ship
26.04. 14:00
Cargo Ship
27.04. 14:00
Cargo Ship
28.04. 03:00
Cargo Ship
28.04. 20:00
Cargo Ship
29.04. 10:30
Cargo Ship
30.04. 14:00
Cargo Ship
30.04. 20:00
Cargo Ship
02.05. 01:00
Tanker
02.05. 01:00

Sailed Vessels

Name
Type
Sailed
Unclassified
25.04. 17:43
Unclassified
25.04. 17:06
Unclassified
25.04. 16:31
Unclassified
25.04. 15:53
Dredger
25.04. 15:33
Unclassified
25.04. 15:16
Unclassified
25.04. 14:40
Unclassified
25.04. 14:05
Unclassified
25.04. 13:18
Cargo Ship
25.04. 12:44

Latest news

Port expected to process 31 million tons of cargo this year

Sun Nov 18 23:43:20 CET 2018 arnekiel

The Port of Mombasa this year expects to handle a total throughput of slightly over 31 million tons and 1.2 million Twenty Foot Equivalent (Teus) up from 30.35 million tons and 1.190 million Teus handled last year.

Record set as one of world’s largest cargo ships docks at Mombasa

Mon Oct 29 11:17:01 CET 2018 arnekiel

The Kenya Ports Authority has welcomed one of the world’s largest cargo ships which docked in Mombasa on Thursday. KPA received the 300-meter long Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) MAXINE loaded with over 4,500 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUS). The ship, in its maiden voyage, beat the previous record of container carrier Livorno of 1,265 moves registered late June. “The Port of Mombasa has registered a new performance record of 1,450 moves within an eight-hour shift in the container operations,” KPA said in a statement. MSC Maxine, with a container capacity of 9,411 TEUs, the largest container carrier to dock at the Port, also recorded an average of 181 gross moves per hour to break Liberian registered Livorno’s record of 140 gross moves per hour.

China’s CCCC wins $398 mln contract to build Mombasa oil terminal

Fri Sep 14 08:53:15 CEST 2018 arnekiel

China Communications Construction Co has won a $398 million contract to build a new oil terminal at Kenya’s main port of Mombasa, the acting head of the Kenya Ports Authority said on Thursday. Daniel Manduku said the new terminal, whose construction will take 18 months, will raise the port’s oil handling capacity to 100,000 dead weight tonnes from the current facility’s 20,000-tonne capacity. Source: Reuters

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