The Maputo Corridor Logistics Initiative is a non-profit, membership organisation established in 2004 by private sector role players on the corridor. The primary purpose of the organisation is to integrate, coordinate, communicate and facilitate development and ease of movement of freight along the Maputo Corridor and to address bottlenecks to trade through a partnership between private sector users and public sector bodies on the corridor. It has 150 members in Mozambique, Swaziland and South Africa.
Our incorporation in South Africa as a Section 21 (non-profit) membership organisation (Reg. No. 2004/007466/08) positions us advantageously to facilitate inclusively between all stakeholders, public and private, across national borders, aiming to co-ordinate the views of Service Providers and Users of the Corridor, engaging primarily the governments of SA and Mozambique as well as Swaziland
To remove barriers along the Corridor
To inform the market of developments on the Corridor and
To market the strategic benefits and opportunities of using it, thereby making the MDC the first choice for the regions importers and exporters alike.
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