Our assets
(Manufactured capital)
The infrastructure that Grindrod creates, develops, acquires and manages to provide services and products and grow the business. Infrastructure includes the port of Maputo, terminals and the road and shipping fleets.

Terminals capacity and utilisation

  Note   2017   2016 % change Existing
capacity
TERMINAL              
Dry bulk (tonnes)     10 215 919   8 346 607 22.4 15 150 000
Matola Coal Terminal 1   5 203 219   3 785 918 37.4 7 300 000
Richards Bay 1   3 858 870   3 929 613 (1.8) 6 100 000
Walvis Bay (Namibia)     311 441   299 749 3.9 550 000
Maputo Terminal 1&3   842 389   331 327 154.2 1 200 000
Port of Maputo (tonnes) 2   18 211 155   14 918 487 22.1
Liquid bulk (m3)   821 015   276 355 197.1 484 601
Durban   683 939   171 270 299.3 347 525
Cape Town   137 076   105 085 30.4 136 076
Maputo automotive (number of vehicles)     16 339   15 164 7.7 120 000
Notes:
1 Physical tonnage, excluding take-or-pay volumes.
2 Includes volumes of Matola Coal Terminal.
3 Annual capacity is scalable to four million tonnes.

Warehouse capacity and utilisation

Total capacity
    2017   2016 % change
Warehouse capacity          
Röhlig Grindrod – warehouse (m2)   24 600   34 900 (29.5)
Intermodal – warehousing and mining minerals (tonnes)   119 910   210 000 (42.9)
Intermodal – container depots (TEU)   31 650   27 500 15.1

Shipping fleet capacity

Number of vessels Total capacity (dwt)
    2017   2016 % change   2017   2016 % change
Shipping fleet (owned and long-term chartered)                    
Dry-bulk carriers   24.5   26.2 (6.5)   1 176 514   1 366 103 (13.9)
Tankers   12.0   15.0 (20.0)   456 350   559 251 (18.4)