Morocco Transport Articles & Analysis

Chapter | Transport & Logistics from The Report: Morocco 2019

Large public investment in Morocco’s physical infrastructure in recent years has contributed to the expansion of domestic transport and logistics. The construction of 1800 km of new expressways, expansion of the rail network, and development of logistics and industrial zones has led to a sharp increase in the number of active companies in transport and logistics. Currently, the sector directly...

A number of key developments in the country are expected to support economic growth in the coming years. A rapidly improving business environment and infrastructural base, the gradual liberalisation of the local currency and increased investment into export-oriented industries are all set to raise living standards and drive the emergence of a large national middle class.

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The aviation sector is experiencing rapid growth worldwide, propelled by booming tourism industries, lower air fares and the push for greater connectivity in the globalised economy. Middle-class expansion has also spurred growth in air travel, as more people are able to afford flights for holidays or business-related travel. According to...

 

Logistics infrastructure and supply chains in Morocco have strengthened considerably over the past decade. According to figures from the Moroccan Agency for Logistics Development (Agence Marocaine de Développement Logistique, AMDL), during the period 2010-16 the segment grew by 3.47% on average per year and directly contributed 24,000 net jobs...

 

What benefits have been gleaned from the Tanger-Med global logistics gateway?

 

Large public investment in Morocco’s physical infrastructure in recent years has contributed to the expansion of domestic transport and logistics. The construction of 1800 km of new expressways, expansion of the rail network, and development of logistics and industrial zones has led to a sharp rise in the number of active companies in...

A number of key developments in the country are expected to support economic growth in the coming years. A rapidly improving business environment and infrastructural base, the gradual liberalisation of the local currency and increased investment into export-oriented industries are all set to raise living standards and drive the emergence of a large national middle class.

 

As Morocco’s main urban centres become increasingly congested in the face of population growth, economic development and migration from rural areas, the need for improved urban transport systems has become more acute. Authorities have reacted by ramping up investment policy interventions in recent years. Notable projects include new or...