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Richards Bay Coal Terminal (Proprietary) Limited (RBCT) is one of the leading coal export terminals in the world. Opened in 1976 with an original capacity of 12 million tons per annum, it has grown into an advanced 24-hour operation with a design capacity of 91 million tons per annum.

Positioned at one of the world’s deep sea ports, RBCT is able to handle large ships and subsequent large volumes. As such, it has gained a reputation for operating efficiently and reliably. The 276 hectare site currently boasts a quay 2, 2 kilometres long with six berths and four ship loaders, with stockyard capacity of 8,2 million tons. RBCT shares a strong cooperative relationship with South Africa’s national utility, Transnet, which provides the railway services linking the coal mines to the port, and the shipping coordination of more than 900 ships per annum.

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2018-06-25

Coal giant unveils machinery upgrades

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2018-06-01

Richards Bay Coal Terminal shines at business awards

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Coal Terminal Donation Empowers Charities

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2018-02-28

2017 Global Ports Forum Awards

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2017-02

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2016-01-19

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