Dube TradePort Corporation (DTPC)
|Postal||PO Box 57757, King Shaka Airport, 4407|
|Physical||7 Umsinsi Junctions, Dube City, La Mercy, KwaZulu-Natal, 4399|
|Tel||032 814 0000|
OverviewDube TradePort Corporation (DTPC), a Schedule 3C Provincial Public Entity, and the operator of the Dube TradePort Special Economic Zone, is charged by the KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Government to develop the province’s largest infrastructural development, forming the heart of the Durban Aerotropolis. Situated 30km north of the City of Durban, Dube TradePort is a greenfield development, purpose-built to facilitate airport-related business.
A combination of cutting-edge infrastructure with an emphasis on local economic development, Dube TradePort is home to King Shaka International Airport and comprises a number of development zones, namely: Dube Cargo Terminal – a state-of-the-art cargo facility, purpose-built to be the most secure in Africa. With digital tracking and secure cargo flow through onsite statutory bodies, Dube Cargo Terminal prides itself on 0% cargo loss since inception in 2010; Dube TradeZone – a 67 hectares growing to 300 hectares of specialised, prime and fully-serviced industrial estate within Dube TradePort Special Economic Zone. In close proximity to Dube Cargo Terminal, this zone is ideally positioned for new-generation warehousing, manufacturing, assembling, air-related cargo distribution and more; Dube City – 12 hectares of premium office, retail and hospitality space, all located in an ultra-modern urban ‘green’ hub just three minutes from the passenger terminal; Dube AgriZone – part of Dube TradePort Special Economic Zone, this zone provides world-class facilities and technical support for propagating, growing, packing and distributing high-value perishables and horticultural products through an efficient supply chain; Dube iConnect – all these zones are supported by Dube iConnect, the precinct’s dedicated IT and telecommunications provider and KZN’s only locally-hosted cloud service, making it the premier offering for regional data recovery.