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The first container Terminal (TC1) started operations in 2007, followed a year later, by the second containers terminal (TC2). These two terminals allowed the port Tanger Med I to become a major container transshipment hub in the west of the Mediterranean.
Tanger Med II port is the third phase of the development of the Tanger Med Port Complex, alongside the Tanger Med 1 port and the Passengers & RORO port.
The visiting area of import containers started operations on June 15th, 2015, and aims to facilitate the processing of import containers operations at the port of Tanger Med.
The Railway Containers Terminal strengthens the offer of Tanger Med Port in terms of infrastructure and port services. The Terminal Railway continues to provide advanced logistic solutions to the maritime companies, land carriers, freight forwarders, and importers/exporters with a delivery service of containers between Tanger Med I port and the different economic centers of the Kingdom.
Operational since 2012, the vehicles activity in Tanger Med spreads over 20 Ha and includes a carrier terminal that processes an annual capacity of 1,000,000 new vehicles. It is subdivided into two terminals: the Renault Vehicle Terminal and the Vehicle Terminal Multi-user.
358,175 vehicles handled in 2020
The General Cargo Terminal is dedicated to the processing of import/export traffic mainly related to the activities of industrial firms located in the northern region.
HTTSA “Horizon Tangiers Terminal SA” is an oil storage terminal at the port of Tanger Med. It started its activity on February 2012, and provides the following
services to its clients:
The terminal treated in 2019, more than 6,3 MT of
petroleum product (in / out), 30% for bunkering, 10% for trading and 60% for local consumption.
In 2020, the liquid bulk traffic grew by +26% compared to 2019. The recorded traffic is 7,968,485 tons of processed hydrocarbons.
Tanger Med Port Passengers' core activity is the development of passengers traffic and TIR trucks. It aims to establish a genuine sea bridge on the strait, a decisive vector in the dynamics of exchanges with Europe.
Aware of the importance of continuous training for the development of its pilots’ skills as provided for in
resolution A-960, the Tanger Med Port Authority has a cutting-edge technology maneuver simulator.
The simulator is also at the service of all the pilots of port authorities, consulting firms, and consultants
wishing to undertake engineering training and studies.
in November 2008, and located within the Tanger Med port complex, the Logistics Free Zone “ZFL” managed by the company Medhub, is a suitable platform for the establishment of logistics bases to cover Europe, the Mediterranean and Africa.
Located in the immediate vicinity of the port via a single customs area, the ZFL, dedicated to value-added logistics activities, is located in the heart of the business centres of the region, allowing a fast and efficient distribution to a market of more than 1 billion consumers.
In addition to distribution activities at the level of global flows, the ZFL is a stockholding point for the distribution to other free zones in Morocco as well as the release for consumption on the subject territory.
From 400 m² to 20 000 m², thermal insulated.
Type A and B warehouse units
Free height: 8m to 11m
Floor load: 5T / m²
Sprinklers + Fire detection system
Flexible areas ranging from 50 to 280 m²
Plug and play model
Equipped with Air-conditioned
Security service in accordance with international standards
Tanger Med Port Community System (PCS) is a digital platform that facilitates port and logistics operations
for public and private stakeholders.
The PCS optimizes time for the different stakeholders and simplifies administrative procedures.