Ports of Algeria (Algiers, Oran)

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Syllabus of the Subject: Ports of Algiers and Oran (Algeria).

  1. Algerian ports
  2. Port of Algiers
  3. Port of Oran
  4. Algerian Road Network
The Subject (e-learning) “Ports of Algeria” is part of the following Higher Education Programs (Bachelors, Masters, Doctorates) taught by EENI Business School & HA University:
  1. Doctorates: Islamic Countries, Africa
  2. Master's Degree (e-learning): International Business, Foreign Trade, Muslims Countries, Frontier Markets
  3. Courses: Transport in Africa, Maghreb
  4. Bachelor's Degree in Inter-African Business

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Languages of study Higher Education in English or Post-secondary Education in French Ports de l’Algérie. Summaries in Tertiary Education in Portuguese Portos da Argélia Higher Education in Spanish Puertos de Argelia

Sample of the Subject: Ports of Algeria
Course: Ports of Algeria

Description of the Subject (Higher Education, e-learning): Algerian ports.

The largest ports of Algeria are Algiers, Annaba, Oran, Beni Saf, Cherchell, Dellys, Djen Djen, Ghazaouet, Mostaganem, Skikda, and Tenes.

Port of Algiers:

  1. The Port of Algiers is the first commercial Algerian port.
  2. The Port of Algiers handles 33% of the Algerian foreign trade.
  3. The Hinterland of the Port of Algiers covers the centre, East centre and West centre of Algeria
  4. Algerian petroleum companies located at the South of Algeria can access to the Port
  5. Location: North western part of Algeria, in the Bay of Algiers (Mediterranean Sea)
  6. Approved in 1998, the Container Terminal covers an area of 30.3 hectares. It has two berths with a draft of 9 to 11 metres
  7. The Container Terminal is operated by the company DPWORLD (United Arab Emirates) since 2009 under concession
  8. Warehousing area: 282,000 m² (120,000 tonnes of goods)
  9. The average monthly volume landed is 800,000 tonnes
  10. There are nine access doors to the port of Algiers
  11. There are three posts for tankers berthing at the pier No. 37 for loading and unloading of petroleum tankers
  12. Feeder services from Spain (Valencia and Barcelona), France (Marseille)
  13. Main cities near the Port of Algiers: Chief, Tiaret, Ain Oussera, Blida; Tizi Ouzou, Djelfa, Bou Saada, M'Sila, Bordj Bou Arreidj, Ghardaia, Ouargla, and Hassi Messaoud

Areas of the Port of Algiers:

  1. North Zone: Bounded by the fishery and Harbour Master - Capitainerie- (Docks 5 to 11)
  2. Centre Zone: Bounded by the dry docks and Container Terminal (Docks 16-25)
  3. South Zone: Bounded by the Container Terminal and East breakwater (Pier 30 to 37)

Port of Oran:

  1. Location of the Port of Oran (Wahran): The West of Algeria (Mediterranean Sea)
  2. Managed by the Port Authority of Oran (ENTREPRISE PORTUAIRE D'ORAN)
  3. Near engaged shipping lines linking the Northwest of Europe to the Suez Canal
  4. 200 kilometres from Spain
  5. At the midpoint between the Strait of Gibraltar and Port of Algiers
  6. East entrance channel has a length of 150 metres and a deep of 25 metres
  7. 24 commercial berths
  8. Railways: Oran-Tlélat, Oran-Alger, and Oran-Béchar

Algerian road network:

  1. Roads: 112,696 kilometres
  2. Highways: 29,820 kilometres. The East-West Highway (1,216 kilometres)
  3. Cairo-Algeria-Dakar Trans-African Highway
  4. Algiers-Lagos Corridor: Algeria, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Chad, and Tunisia
  5. Algerian Railway network: 10,500 kilometres. Managed by the National Rail Transport (SNTF)

Case Study: transport sector in Algeria.

Algeria Logistics

More information: Algeria Africa EENI Business School & HA University (African Portal - EENI Business School & HA University).

  1. Algiers, Oran, Constantine
  2. Transport and Logistics in Algeria
  3. Regions (wilayas) of Algeria
  4. Higher Education in Algeria
  5. History of Algeria

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Ports of Algeria belongs to the Maghrebian Economic Area (Islamic Civilisation and African Civilisation).

Maritime Transport in Africa - Maghrebian Ports

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