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Minister Of Transport And Logistics Visits Port Dock Of Goulette-Radès

Minister of Transport and Logistics visits port dock of Goulette-Radès

Source: Office de la Marine Marchande et des Ports
Tunis, Tunisia (PortSEurope) December 6, 2020 -The Minister of Transport and Logistics, Moez Chakchouk, has visited the facilities and docks of the La Goulette-Radès port complex, aboard a maritime tug, passing through the multi-bulk and oil docks which been recently fitted out as well as by the grain quay.The Minister recommended to speed up the installation of a monitoring system using cameras and to strengthen
the surveillance of all public port areas, especially maritime and land access points. It also authorized the establishment, in coordination with stakeholders, of a study to strengthen the control mechanisms adopting advanced technology in this area and to implement it in 2021. The Minister also recommended carrying out a study to create access points and corridors in the oil zone offering a fluidity of circulation to the trucks to and from the zone and to reinforce their safety and security, considering this area as an economic and port component of great importance in the port complex of La Goulette-Radès. During his stop to the work relating to the specialized docks to examine their progress, the Minister of Transport and Logistics inquired about the calls for tenders relating to the equipment of the port with new maritime tugs, and the projects of concessions as well as the installation of tanks to store cereals and its derivatives and also solid food materials. To this end, he recommended repairing all damaged docks. The Minister was also informed of the location of the quays 8 and 9 project. The Minister also called for the rapid provision of practical and encouraging solutions for the resumption of cruise activity under the best conditions. Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2020.

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