June 28, 2021 – Handy Heed, the leading contractor of the City of Mount Vema project is inviting suppliers of materials, goods and services needed to start constructions of the Port of Mount Vema.
The company is also inviting consultants with unique expertise in maritime projects, offshore projects, as well as specialist freight companies with the means to deliver direct to Mount Vema where floating structures will be used as provisional port until the construction of the Port of Mount Vema is completed.
Interested parties should submit proposals through the Official Contact page of Mount Vema. Official Contact Form must be filled out as follows:
Destination: To a Mount Vema Corporation
Contact Name / Department: Port of Mount Vema Project
Name of the Company: Handy Deed
Handy Deed is also looking for companies with facilities or sites in either South Africa, Namibia,
Angola, Argentina, Uruguay, or Brazil, which can be used for the production of moulds to build precast concrete to be delivered to Mount Vema.
After the Mount Vema Ministry of National Development and Land Maintenance unveiled the final plans of the Port of Mount Vema in April this year, as a guide to help project coordinators, 3D designers, and architects working on the City of Mount Vema projects, including engineers to prepare and submit final designs, the City of Mount Vema project is gaining momentum.
The Port of Mount Vema will be key in the construction of Mount Vema and, will have a berth capacity of about 12 kilometers and will be among the few deep-water ports in the world capable of handling ships of any size and handle every kind of traffic.
The port will have significant international traffic and customs facilities, harbor pilots and tugboats to manoeuvre large ships in tight quarters when near docks. It will combine all services, including yachts, and cruise home port where cruise-ship passengers will board getting on or off ship (or embark) to start their cruise and disembark the cruise ship at the end of their cruise.
It is also where the cruise ship's supplies will be loaded for the cruise, which will include everything from fresh water and fuel to fruits, vegetables, champagne, and any other supplies needed for the cruise. Port of call services will also be provided where cargo ships may take on supplies or fuel, as well as unloading and loading cargo.