Tanger Med partners with Antwerp, Rotterdam & major world ports to guarantee supply chains

Morocco's Tanger Med, a major world port hub, is partnering with the Port of Singapore initiative alongside the world's major port hubs, such as Shanghai, Rotterdam, Antwerp, Long Beach, Busan etc, and has co-signed an international agreement for the maintenance of international supply chains.

Through this initiative, Tanger Med, now the largest Free-Zone in Africa, aims to build on its key role in ensuring supply to world markets.

The signing parties, who met by videoconference, exchanged views on the organisations set up and the continuity plans deployed to face the current context in order to maintain serving global supply chains.

This initiative opens up a promising prospective for close and continuous collaboration between major port hubs serving international logistics chains.

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