Ports of Tunisia

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Sub-subject: The Ports of Tunisia (Goulette, Rades, Bizerte, Sousse, and Sfax). Syllabus:

  1. Introduction to the Tunisian ports
  2. OMMP (Office of the Merchant Navy and Ports)
  3. The Ports of Goulette, Rades, Bizerte, Sousse, Sfax, Gabes, and Zarzis
The sub-subject “The Ports of Tunisia” is studied...
  1. Masters (e-learning): International Business, Muslims Countries
  2. Doctorates: Islamic Countries, Africa
  3. Courses: Transport in Africa, the Maghreb

Languages of study English or French Tunisie. Summaries in Spanish Túnez Portuguese Tunisia

Sample of the Sub-subject: The Tunisian Ports
Port of Tunisia

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Description of the Sub-Subject: The Tunisian ports.

The Office of the Merchant Navy and Ports: is the port authority of the Tunisian ports managing the seven Tunisian ports (1300 kilometres in the Mediterranean Sea): Goulette, Rades, Bizerte, Sousse, Sfax, Gabes, and Zarzis.

The Port of Radès:

  1. Container traffic (79% of the Tunisian traffic)
  2. Rolling units (76% of the Tunisian traffic)
  3. Extension of the Port of La Goulette

The Port of La Goulette (Tunis).

  1. Cars, cereals
  2. Passengers

The Port of Bizerte - Menzel Bourguiba.

  1. Access to the Suez Canal (Egypt) and Gibraltar (Europe/Spain)
  2. Business park of Bizerte
  3. Petroleum, cement, textile, food processing, and leather

The Port of Sousa.

  1. Cereals, hydrocarbons, solid, and liquid bulk
  2. 544,000 tonnes

The Port of Sfax

  1. Solid bulk: cereals and phosphates
  2. Traffic: 991,000 tonnes

The Port of Gabes.

  1. Commercial and industrial port
  2. Chemical products
  3. Bulk traffic

The Port of Zarzis

  1. Farming and fishery products, salt, and petroleum

The Tunisian Ports belongs to the Maghrebian Economic Area (Islamic Civilisation and African Civilisation).

Trans-African Corridors related to the ports of Tunisia:

  1. Cairo-Dakar Corridor
  2. Algiers-Lagos (Feeder)

Maritime Transport in Africa - Maghrebian Ports

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