Anadarko Petroleum is emerging as a future leader in the global LNG industry as it develops the Mozambique LNG a facility on the Afungi peninsula in Cabo Delgado. The development of the LNG facility requires the relocation of 560 households to a fully equipped replacement village in Quitunda.
PLASTEX is the exclusive supplier of the rain water harvesting and storage systems. The PLASTEX rain water tanks are lined with a carbon black food grade material for hygiene and prevention of algae growth.
PLASTEX was the exclusive supplier of water storage and sanitation facilities for the Nacala Logistics Corridor (CLN) offices and condominium in Nacala.
At the Moatize mines in Tete metallurgical and thermal coal is extracted for the export markets of Brazil, China and Japan. The Nacala Logistics Corridor, led by Brazilian mining group Vale, Mitsui & Co, of Japan and CFM Moçambique, connects the mines to the port of Nacala-a- Velha, in Nampula, crossing through Malawi, over a distance of 1,000 kilometers of new railway built by the consortium.
Relief activities following IDAI
PLASTEX supplied UNICEF in its disaster relief and recovery efforts following Cyclone IDAI on March 14, 2019.
At least 1.7 million people were in the direct path of the cyclone in central Mozambique. In Beira City more than 100,000 men, women and children were left in urgent need of humanitarian aid after powerful winds and floods destroyed homes, medical facilities, schools, crops, and access to water supplies. Despite suffering significant damage the PLASTEX Beira factory was back in production in a short time and supplied UNICEF with its complete requirement of water and storage tanks to meet the humanitarian relief program.
“Restoring access to safe drinking water for Beira’s 500,000 inhabitants was a top priority",
said Chris Cormency, UNICEF’s water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) specialist.
“Without safe water, children are especially vulnerable to water borne diseases like diarrhea, which can easily become life threatening”.
Compound In Maputo, Mozambique
A building complex on a 10-acre site in the northeast of Maputo, the Embassy is located in a rapidly developing coastal zone.
PLASTEX supplied Pernix Group of Lombard, Illinois the contractor of the new embassy compound project with water storage facilities during the construction phase. The project included a chancery, entry pavilions, recreational area, parking facility, warehouse and a marine security guard residence.