– It is a natural deep water port.
– It is connected to an existing road and rail network to the north of Mozambique and Malawi.
– It is located in a Special Economic Zone (SEZ).
– It has a privileged strategic position considering that it is on the main route for cargoes such as coal, fruits, oil.
– With the construction of the new airport, the installation of several commercial projects and logistics linked to SEZ of Nacala, the port and the city gain a new centrality in the context of the logistics chains from across the Indian Ocean.