Port of Richards Bay welcomes Chinese vessel MV Sinchai

Captain Zhang Xingliang hands over a model of the ship as a gift to Amanda Mfeka (Break-Bulk Terminal Manager) flanked by (back) Ntando Zulu (Ops Manager), Gelynda Jansen (Key Accounts Manager), Joelene Beylefeld (Accounts Manager), Sihidi Chilindi (Senior Ops Manager), Nokuthula Mthembu (Environmental Manager) and Nozipho Maphanga (Corporate Affairs Admin)

MV SINCHAI last Thursday ended her maiden voyage from China at the Port of Richards Bay to offload 4 127 tons of cargo for the construction of a new cement mill in Lusaka, Zambia.

‘This is very exciting for TPT Richards Bay, being the first port of call for this two-month-old vessel,’ said Break Bulk Terminal Manager Amanda Mfeka.

MV Sinchai ready to unload her cargo at berth 208

‘It also makes us proud to be playing a pivotal role in the SADC (Southern African Development Community) resolutions of inter-country trades.

‘We certainly look forward to future collaborations with customers in ensuring seamless and efficient offloading of project cargo.’


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Mia Moorcroft

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