Ngqura

Latitude 33˚ 48’S, Longitude 25˚ 41’E

LOCAL TIME
GMT/UTC + 2 hours

WORKING HOURS
TNPA Administrative offices:
08:00-16:00 (Monday to Friday)

Terminals:
24-hours: Monday to Friday
07:00-15:00 : Saturdays
08:00-16:00: Sundays
(18:00-22:00 on request) 

CONTACT

Port Manager:
+27 41 507 8495

Harbour Master:
+27 41 507 8440/3

Port Control:
+27 41 507 8444

The Port of Ngqura is South Africa’s newest port. It is capable of handling container, dry and liquid bulk vessels and is able to accommodate rig repairs and surveys. The port has been identified as a potential service provider to the offshore oil and gas sector and has already welcomed a number of rigs for servicing. Bordered by the country’s largest IDZ, the Coega Industrial Development Zone, the area is being developed for economic upliftment.

The Eastern Cape Province generally enjoys a subtropical climate with regular rainfall in summer months. Wind is a factor in port and vessels should be prepared to proceed to sea at short notice at the approach of bad weather.

RAINFALL: The region receives a low average annual rainfall with only about 453 mm falling a year.

TEMPERATURES: The average midday temperatures for this region range from 19.3°C in July to 25.2°C in February. The region is the coldest during July when the mercury drops to 8°C on average during the night.
TRAVEL: Port Elizabeth International Airport is served by major world airlines with scheduled flights to all parts of the globe, either direct or via Johannesburg. The Port of Ngqura is only 22 kms away from the airport.
CONTACT
Port Manager: +27 41 507 8495
Harbour Master: +27 41 507 8440/3
Port Control: +27 41 507 8444