Port of Ehoala
The port infrastructure of Ehoala was built following a joint public and private venture: a $ 221 million investment by Rio Tinto QMM, which, since 2006, manages and operates the port with the Maritime and Fluvial Port Agency, and $ 35 million from the World Bank through the Integrated Growth Pole Project of Anosy (IGP).
The Port, located in Fort-Dauphin, which has been operating since 2009 is ISPS-compliant and is supplied with water and electricity by Rio Tinto QMM. It is a multifunctional port designed to allow the handling of all types of ships. Its main features areâ€¯:
- Three docks of 275m, 150m, and 75m in length
- Secure land for the goods and container storage
- Two general purpose warehouses of 1000m2
- 440 hectares of available space at Ehoala Park, reserved for industrial development and investment
The port contributes to the opening up of the Region and towards the creation of growth-related jobs for the area and the country as a whole.
For more information, visit: http://www.ehoalaport.com/index.php