The Port of Casablanca is located on the northwest coast of Morocco, about 88km northeast of the capital Rabat, and on the east side of the Atlantic Ocean. Also known as DAR EL BEIDA, it is the largest port in Morocco. Founded in 1770, it developed into a maritime trade center at the end of the 19th century.
It is the center of the country's economy and transportation. It has about 4/5 of the country's modern industry, and its industrial output value accounts for about 2/3 of the country's total output value. The main industries include oil refining, iron smelting, chemicals, textiles, fish processing, cement, tobacco, automobile manufacturing, rubber, canned food, and wood processing. The port is also an important fishing port. The railway can lead to major domestic towns and production areas. There are two international airports in the port , the closer is about 5.5km. The average tide height is 0.37m for spring tide and 0.03m for neap tide.
Port nature; seaport, basic port (M)
Latitude and longitude: 33 degrees 36 minutes N, 007 degrees 37 minutes W
Route: In Northwest Africa, the Danish Maersk Line (MAERSK) has liners directly to Hong Kong.
It is located on the northwest coast of Morocco (full name: THE KINGDOM OF MOROCCO), about 88km northeast of the capital Rabat (RABAT), and on the east side of the Atlantic Ocean. Also known as DAR EL BEIDA, it is the largest port in Morocco.
There are 44 main berths in the port area, with a coastline of 7000m and a maximum water depth of 12m. The loading and unloading equipment includes various shore cranes, portable cranes, tower cranes, floating cranes, forklifts, straddle carriers, tugs and ro-ro facilities, among which the maximum lifting capacity of the portable crane is 72 tons, and the floating crane is 150 tons. The maximum power of the tugboat is 1100kW. The warehouse area in the port area is 150,000 square meters, the phosphate storage capacity is 320,000 tons, and the container yard area is 85,000 square meters, which can store 5000 TEU.
The oil terminal can berth oil tankers up to 60,000 deadweight tons. The water depth of the large ship anchorage is 24m. In 1992, the container throughput was 178,000 TEU. The main export goods are phosphates, citrus, fish, lead-zinc ore and agricultural products, and the main imported goods are grain, steel, wood, cement, coal, petroleum, machinery and electronic products. The port has established a comprehensive management system for the dissemination and departure and cargo handling processes, which has realized the computerization of port services and management. This system will realize computer networking with major European ports to build a new generation of container terminals . During holidays, if necessary, homework can be arranged.
The Port of Casablanca (French: Port de Casablanca ) refers to the port where collective facilities and terminal handling functions are used for maritime trade in Casablanca, and shipping through the Port of Casablanca. The port is located at coordinates: 33°36'N, 7°37'W, close to the Hassan II Mosque.
The port of Casablanca is a port in Morocco and is one of the largest artificial ports in the world. Although the port of Tangier-Mediterranean, is a cargo port located in northern Morocco, about 40 kilometers from Tangier, it is also the largest port in the Mediterranean and Africa. It entered service in July 2007, with an initial capacity of 3.5 million shipping containers.It is also the largest port in the Maghreb and North Africa.
The port of Casablanca has an annual flow of more than 213,000 tons, which means 38% of the national traffic, and has a sales turnover of more than 8.94 billion Moroccan dirhams.With an area of 605 hectares and extending to more than 8 kilometers long. It can accommodate and handle more than 35 ships at the same time.
The port is managed by Marsa, Morocco, succeeding ODEP (office and mining DES port) as a public facility to ensure the main role of the Moroccan port forwarding management of passengers, cargo and ships.