Beluluane Industrial Park
Join Mozambique’s Biggest Free-Trade Zone
Established in 2000, Beluluane Industrial Park is a Public-Private-Partnership between the Mozambican Government Agency for Investment and Export Promotion (APIEX) and Swiss-Mozambican investors aimed at providing an auspicious business environment for companies operating in Mozambique, Sub-Saharan Africa and beyond.
Home to some of Africa’s key players within the manufacturing, industrial, import and export business, the park is organized as a combined industrial park and free-trade zone and today accommodates over 35 companies employing more than 5,000 people. As a result of their unique partnerships, companies operating within the free-trade zone may qualify for attractive exemptions on customs duties and tax offered by the Mozambican Government.
Major growth potential
Beluluane Industrial Park is positioned around the Mozal Aluminium smelter and together they represent almost 30% of industrial employment in the Maputo Province – comprising approximately 10% of industrial employment on a national scale. With impending natural gas development and global investments on the cards, Mozambique’s economy expected to grow by as much as 20% per year. They believe that the park will attract as many as 500 new businesses, potentially creating more than 50,000 new jobs.