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|
|Fax||032 814 0102|
Dube TradePort Corporation is the operator of the Dube TradePort Special Economic Zone, a world-class commercial and industrial precinct located 30km north of central Durban, KwaZulu-Natal. It is home to King Shaka International Airport (KSIA), which is owned and operated by Airports Company South Africa and has the longest sea-level runway (3.7km) in South Africa, capable of accommidating the latest new-generation wide-bodied aircraft. Dube TradePort Special Economic Zone operates several businesses, namely; Dube Cargo Terminal: The most secure cargo terminal in Africa, which is directly linked to both King Shaka International Airport and Dube TradeZone. The terminal, through Dube AiRoad, also operates a fleet of dry and refrigerated trucks as well as commercial vehicles to bridge the last mile between road and airfreight. Dube TradeZone: A light industrial manufacturing, assembly and logistics precinct that provides an enabling environment for aerospace and aviation-linked manufacturing and related services; electronics manufacturing and assembly; medical and pharmaceutical production and distribution; clothing and textiles; and automotive component manufacturing. Dube City: A modern business and commercial centre, three minutes from the King Shaka International Airport passenger terminal. Dube AgriZone: Africa’s first integrated perishables supply chain, with world-class glass greenhouses, packhouses and distribution centres. The precinct caters to agriculture and agro-processing operators, including horticulture, aquaculture and floriculture. It also houses a specialised tissue culture laboratory (Dube AgriLab). Dube iConnect: Which provides voice and data services to developments within the precinct, as well as cloud computing solutions. Durban Aerotropolis : Dube TradePort Corporation is the lead implimenting agent of the Durban Aerotropolis.