Transnet Port Terminals (TPT) Durban Terminals have announced that all Terminals are operational from today Wednesday 13th of April, albeit not at 100% capacity.

Kwazi Mabaso, Acting Managing Executive
Durban Terminals, said they could not operate at full capacity since some of their employees have been impacted as the roads to their residences are still inaccessible in various areas.

Mabaso was giving terminals operational status update late on Wednesday morning.

“There has been no major damage to Terminal equipment and infrastructure.

“Some operational areas are waterlogged however this will recede. TPT anticipate full operational capacity before the end of the week,” Mabaso added.

Below is an operational update per terminal for your information:

DCT Pier 1 commenced operations with a staff compliment of 73%.

DCT Pier 2 commenced operations with a staff compliment of 50% and would focus on clearing the backlog of traffic on the landside.

Maydon Wharf commenced operations receiving chrome and anthracite.

Agri-Terminal became operational and started receiving maize trucks.

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