Porto de Luanda is the second busiest seaport in Angola. The city’s commercial and industrial districts surround the deepwater port. Today’s main exports are petroleum, diamonds, fish products, and iron ore. Imports include iron and steel, coal, machinery, and flour.
Porto de Luanda contains four terminals, and additional facilities are being developed. The harbor mouth has a depth of 27.5 meters, and quays have a minimum depth of 9.5 meters. Five cargo berths range to 180 meters long, and the port is connected to the national rail system. Eighteen warehouses provide 55 thousand square meters of covered storage, and uncovered space is plentiful.