Morocco Transport

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Dans le cadre de la stratégie générale de développement économique du royaume, le Maroc poursuit ses efforts visant à une amélioration et à une expansion considérables de son infrastructure portuaire régionale, suite au succès du port et de la zone franche de Tanger-Med. 


Port infrastructure in Morocco has been benefitting from upgrade work for several years now. In 2014 the total cargo traffic passing through the kingdom’s ports reached some 115.1m tonnes, up from 92.3m tonnes in 2012. Much of this increase was the result of a new, overarching development plan, the Port Strategy 2030, which was put together by...


Adapting to the opportunities and challenges of a growing economy, Morocco’s transport sector has improved significantly in recent years, benefitting from an influx of capital and a number of major upgrades. While there is still scope for further improvement, private investment initiatives have contributed to the government-led development...


What are some of the main challenges to reducing costs and improving productivity?


Alongside efforts to develop transport infrastructure, Moroccan authorities are working to improve efficiency and bring down the costs for shipping, transport and distribution. A set of new measures – ranging from road interchanges to specialised industrial zones – are aiming to reduce logistics costs from the current 20% of GDP to 15% over...

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