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Old February 12th, 2010, 09:33 PM   #81
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Great pictures, Morocco is steadily developing into an advanced emerging market. And this without any major hydrocarbon resources. This port will definitely bring much needed prosperity to the northern region.

When is the renovation of the old inner city port starting?
Soon! When Tanger-Med's passengers terminal will be ready!
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Old February 13th, 2010, 12:15 AM   #82
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Great pictures, Morocco is steadily developing into an advanced emerging market. And this without any major hydrocarbon resources. This port will definitely bring much needed prosperity to the northern region.

When is the renovation of the old inner city port starting?
Well they already started preperations (added an expressway alongside the old port) and plans are already on the table. I think we have to wait on the passenger terminal of the new port.
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Old February 13th, 2010, 07:40 AM   #83
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The passenger terminal building of the Tangier-med will be opened in 2012, but since spring 2010, the majority of ferries will go to Tangier-med passenger harbour which will be finished as soon and have temporary facilities.

In purple passengers harbour


As you can see, trucks use the Tangier-med 1 for ro-ro (blue in corner), because of traffic jam in inner city. The "vehicule terminal" in blue will be used by Renault-Nissan fors car exportations when the manufactury will be opened.

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Old February 14th, 2010, 12:36 AM   #84
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Old February 14th, 2010, 12:44 AM   #85
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Old February 14th, 2010, 12:50 AM   #86
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Old February 14th, 2010, 01:32 AM   #87
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Old February 14th, 2010, 04:36 AM   #88
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It wouldn't make sense if it is only for cargo, because the railway will be connected to the row-row area and the passenger terminal on the Med-Port. There are actually already sketches and renders of the Tanger-med trainstation. Second, when i was driving on the A4 last summer (Tanger-Tanger med highway) i managed to take this pic:



This train used this ramp aswell, which is located just a few km from Tanger med:



Either way, I cannot imagine the row-row + passenger terminal wil not be connected by train. How are the passengers going to reach Tanger-City then?
I apologize for the mistake.

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Sur le plan des passagers, ce sont près de 700.000 voyageurs qui sont attendus annuellement. Un service de 16 navettes par jour à raison d’un départ chaque 2 heures est prévu pour les transporter dans les meilleures conditions de confort et de sécurité,
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In purple passengers harbour


The passenger terminal building of the Tangier-med will be opened in 2012, but since spring 2010, the majority of ferries will go to Tangier-med passenger harbour which will be finished as soon and have 4000m² temporary facilities.

Future ro-ro Terminal building
7 millions passengers
700 000 trucks














[IMG]http://*************************/morocco/jpgs/passenger_terminal_tangier_odbc140908_2.jpg[/IMG]
http://*************************/morocco...al_tangier.htm

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Old March 4th, 2010, 07:12 AM   #90
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Old April 1st, 2010, 03:06 PM   #91
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are they going to use the TGV from the passenger terminal or juste from tangiers station ?
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Old April 6th, 2010, 03:44 AM   #93
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are they going to use the TGV from the passenger terminal or juste from tangiers station ?
I didn't read anywhere that TGV will leave Tanger-med.

But we can easly imagine that few trains per day will leave Tanger-med to Rabat directly or with a stop in Tanger city.
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Old April 15th, 2010, 05:36 PM   #94
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ALMACO to modernize public areas onboard Moroccan ship owner Comarit’s vessels M/S Biladi and M/S Berkane



Ship owner Comarit has awarded ALMACO two contracts for large scale modernization of public areas onboard their vessels M/S Biladi and M/S Berkane. The contracts were signed in March 2010 and the projects are scheduled for delivery by the end of June 2010. The work will be done on dry docks in the western Mediterranean.

On M/S Biladi, built in France 1980 and revitalized in 1991, ALMACO is performing a turnkey refurbishment project in public areas on decks 5 and 6 of the vessel. New areas to be added in the refit are the Moroccan Tea Room, VIP lounge and restaurant, Tax free Shop, Children’s playroom and a seating area on deck 2. The Cafeteria, Bar and public bathrooms will receive a modernized look.

M/S Berkane was built in France 1976 and revitalized in 2004. ALMACO’s contract includes conversion and refurbishment work in public areas on decks from 3 to 9. The modernization will include a new shopping street concept with Hair Salon, Tax Free Shops and Moroccan Tea Room. ALMACO will add a new Mosque and Luggage room and a Kids’ area; additionally the cinema will be converted into a new Bar/Night Club. Areas to be modernized are the Reception area, Cafeteria, Restaurant and Bar, corridors, lobbies, staircases and public restrooms.

For both vessels, ALMACO’s scope of supply includes engineering and design, project management, demolition and scrapping, supply and shipping of materials including loose furniture, all interior work, supply and installation of catering equipment for bars, modification of the ships systems where necessary, as well as commissioning.

In July 2010 the newly refitted ships, featuring a modern Moroccan atmosphere with functional refurbished and converted public areas for added travel comfort and convenience will start operating in the Mediterranean between Tangier (Morocco) and Genoa (Italy) and Tangier and Sète (France).
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By midani





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Tanger Med - Siège Maersk - Tanger





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Réservoirs de céréales et Carburant à TangerMed II /photo prise par MW



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Old May 16th, 2010, 12:17 AM   #96
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Google update of Tanger med 1 and passengers harbour





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New passengers harbour will open on tuesday 18 may

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RO-ro terminal between TangerMed I et TangerMed II




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Old May 16th, 2010, 12:32 AM   #98
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Tanger med 2 work, will begin in june 2010 and AMP and Maesk want to transfert more activity from Algéciras to Tanger med because of competitivity.

Tanger med is 40% cheaper than Algéciras, and there are more container movement pear hour.


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APM Terminalsaurait décidé de rapatrier une partie de son trafic du port d'Algésiras vers Tanger Med, visiblement pour des raisons de cout. Tanger Med serait 40% moins cher que son homologue andalou. plutot une bonne nouvelle pour le Maroc, qui marque un point face au port rival et renforce de ce fait son leaderchip au niveau des ports de transbordement de la méditerranée.

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Algésiras risque de perdre Maersk



· L’opérateur veut transférer le traitement de 400.000 conteneurs vers TangerMed

· La décision mal perçue par les espagnols

La crise continue au terminal de conteneurs d’Algésiras. L’opérateur danois Maersk a annoncé il y a quelques jours sa volonté de transférer une partie de son volume actuellement traité à Algésiras vers le port de TangerMed où il est également présent. Cette annonce a eu l’effet d’une bombe chez les syndicats espagnols à Algésiras. Ces derniers y voient une manière indirecte de faire pression pour refuser toute demande de revalorisation des salaires et ce en pleine négociation de la convention collective entre les deux parties.
Maersk argue le manque de compétitivité du terminal à conteneurs qu’il régente à Algésiras pour transférer près de 400.000 conteneurs vers TangerMed I. En effet, la rémunération moyenne varie dans un rapport de un à deux juste en traversant le détroit et ce en faveur du terminal tangérois. Et la productivité serait elle aussi élevée à TangerMed avec une fréquence de mouvements de conteneurs supérieure à la moyenne mondiale de l’opérateur, selon des sources internes. Cette décision intervient après une série de signaux lancés par Maersk en direction des autorités espagnoles.
D’abord, Maersk, qui jouissait d’un quasi-monopole au sein du port d’Algésiras n’a pas soumissionné pour l’attribution du nouveau terminal à conteneurs d’Isla Verde, à Algésiras, en 2008.
D’autre part, les responsables du terminal espagnol de Maersk ont, à maintes reprises, demandé une réduction des taxes portuaires pour augmenter leur compétitivité.
Le port vient de boucler une phase d’extension avec un investissement total de 510 millions d’euros. La première phase a été achevée en 2008, la deuxième le sera en 2011. Elle comptera deux quais d’un total de 1.900 mètres linéaires et des tirants d’eau compris entre 17,5 et 18,5 mètres. Elle se verra adosser une aire logistique de 72 hectares et disposera de connexions avec les réseaux de communication de la zone. Il s’agissait pour les autorités espagnoles de ne pas perdre du terrain face à TangerMed. C’est d’ailleurs ce qui a poussé les Espagnols à accélérer leur projet. En effet, le marché du transbordement a connu des taux de croissance à deux chiffres, lors de la décennie précédant la crise financière actuelle. Un autre point en faveur de TangerMed: ses possibilités d’extension. Les exploitants doivent être sûrs d’avoir de la «marge», c’est-à-dire d’avoir la possibilité d’étendre leurs capacités.
A noter qu’Algésiras est le 7e port mondial et premier espagnol, constituant l’un des plus importants hubs maritimes de la région. A lui seul, il affiche près de 70 millions de tonnes de marchandises en transit par an, loin derrière le géant mondial Rotterdam avec plus de 350 millions de tonnes. Il accueille plus de 21.000 navires par an et est en phase d’extension avec la prétention de doubler ses capacités.
Il comporte actuellement deux quais à conteneurs, un en interne, le Juan Carlos I, saturé à 100% et le deuxième, Isla Verde, un grand espace gagné sur la mer (cf. www.leconomiste.com) entré en service récemment. A ces derniers s’ajoutera Isla Verde Exterior dès 2008. Tarifa complète l’offre avec une plateforme essentiellement dédiée au transport maritime des passagers.

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Some Google Earth and Gadiri updates

Ksar Sghir City





Tanger med and Ksar Sghir City

In 2003, there was nothing


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Old June 17th, 2010, 10:34 AM   #100
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The port of Tangier in Morocco will be an international platform for production and exports.
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"The port of Tangier in Morocco will be an international platform for production and exports."
This declaration made Transport Minister Karim Ghellab Moroccan press conference during which it was announced the launch of the expansion project of the port of the famous coastal city.
"Tanger Med II, which will cost about 1.14 billion dollars will increase port capacity from 3 million to 8 million containers, will be built by a consortium of Italian companies including Saipem, Bouygues and Moroccan Somagec and Bymaro

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