Mozambique

Following independence from Portugal in 1975, Mozambique was quickly plunged into a 16-year civil war that would render vast swathes of land unsafe and unusable because of the prevalence of landmines and unexploded ordnance.

Whilst the government has made excellent progress in terms of landmine clearance operations, working with organisations including SafeLane Global, explosive remnants of war (ERW) are still to be found in less populated areas.

As industry and construction works boom in Mozambique, the need for effective and efficient clearance operations is ever more pressing.

SafeLane Global has a permanent office in Mozambique to facilitate the rapid deployment of specialist equipment and skilled operatives to support these efforts, both on land and in water.

SafeLane Global is leading a clear path through unsafe environments for clients, including oil, gas, mining and construction companies, and large supranational organisations.

Its clients value its agile and responsive approach, which provides bespoke solutions based on individual requirements.

Mozambique office:

Bairro do Triunfo, 1ª Avenida Rua da Massala Nº 4514, casa nº 290 Maputo

Case studies

Reclamation of land in Mozambique

SafeLane Global was awarded a contract for the reclamation of land, and for battle area clearance work on the Afungi LNG construction site.

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Area clearance for geotechnical investigation Mozambique

SafeLane Global undertook clearance between Mucojo and Quissanga.

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Demining in Mozambique for a petroleum company

SafeLane Global provided bush clearing and demining services for the petroleum production agreement infill and delineation wells project.

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