Tanger gets Africa's first automated container terminal

A Belgian company is going to build Africa's first automated container terminal in Tanger MedPort.

This reports APM Terminals, the Dutch company that by the Moroccan Government has been appointed as the supervisor of large parts of the development of the trade capacity of the port. Incentive travel, Aannemingen van Wellen, Franki Construct and Cosimco fall all under the Walker Group and will run the project. According to Moroccoworldnews was the deal during the advent of King Mohammed VI to Netherlands completed.

APM palenikova 758 million euros in the upgrade of Tangier Med 2 and has a thirty year lease. The complex of 53 hectares should be operational in 2019 and businesses a faster access to the Strait of Gibraltar. ' To this huge project to do works a team of 35 people spread across multiple companies within the Group rock hard to finalize it within four months, "says Manager Johan Walker.

He also led the construction of the large port in Antwerp. The Group also takes the road and sewerage works in itself. Also will there be a 1,200 meter long crane Court, a gas station and all other utilities.