Port Of Call Management
The management of maritime calls at Tanger Med port is entirely dematerialised. The shipping agent, through the Port Community System, sends a request to the harbour captain's office for a berth allocation and digitally transmits all the documents related to the call. The shipping agent can also use Tanger Med Port Community System to request additional services, such as call certificate, rental request of a pilot boat, deballasting or work request, etc.
This system can be used to consult other types of information such as the ship rotation program, information on the technical characteristics of the port or the Berth plan. This module also allows to manage the order of ship movements. Indeed, given the large number of calls that the port records, it is necessary to implement accompanying measures to minimise shipowners waiting times, hence this participative approach between all the players to identify areas for improvement and understand the constraints of each entity.
- Reduce ship waiting times
- Improve the safety of maritime traffic in Tanger Med port area by reducing the drift time of large ships in the roadstead
- Simplify and harmonise administrative procedures
- Optimise the allocation of services to ships (piloting, towing and mooring)
- Reduce Very Low Sulphur Fuel Oil (VLSFO) consumption
- Reduce CO2 footprint
- Maritime Agent
- Maritime company
Bunkering barges have to ensure strict compliance with the safety provisions specified in the bunkering regulations for vessels in Tanger Med Port. The bunkering operations checklist, annexed to these regulations must also be filled in and handed over to the same harbourmaster's office contacts before the start of bunkering operations.