Dube Cargo Terminal is one of the most secure cargo operations in Africa, with an impressive record of 0% cargo loss since its inception in 2010. The state-of-the-art facility has automated handling and tracking equipment, providing extremely rapid turnaround times. The terminal operates 24/7, with no additional after-hour fees.
As one of the most technologically advanced cargo terminals in the world, Dube Cargo Terminal boasts a fully-mechanised and digitised inventory system, which contributes to the speed, efficiency and security of cargo moved through the terminal.
It also offers dual-view X-ray technology and a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) system.
There are six state regulatory bodies on-site – Customs, Port Health, Border Police, the South African Police Service, the Department of Agriculture, and the Perishable Products Export Control Board – which facilitates the seamless processing of cargo through the facility.
Dube Cargo Terminal can handle up to 100 000 tonnes of cargo annually – both dry cargo and perishables – and has the ability to increase to 2 million tonnes annually on completion of the master plan.
With KwaZulu-Natal having South Africa’s second largest manufacturing sector and producing almost a third of the country’s manufactured exports, Dube Cargo Terminal is the ideal facility for local business enterprises to become increasingly competitive on the global stage.