Algeciras, Spain (PortSEurope) May 13, 2020 – Despite the global pandemic, the two port authorities of Tanger Med and the Bay of Algeciras, continue their respective port activities serving national and international supply chains. Sea connections between the two ports and daily ship rotations are operating normally and in particular international TIR road traffic, for trade, import and export, between Morocco and the European Union
(EU). The exchanges include agro-industrial, agro-food, sanitary and pharmaceutical flows, etc. and maintain the respective supply chains. Regular exchanges of information and good practices take place between the two port authorities, as well as regular meetings by videoconference, to guarantee the fluidity and continuity of operations. The two port authorities continue exchanges and joint work for the implementation of the device to facilitate trade flows across the Detroit, including the digital data exchange on the traceability of goods and trucks along the various access control points in the two port areas. Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2020.
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