National Ports Agency (Morocco)



  • Organization TypeGovernment
  • HeadquartersMorocco
The National Ports Agency (ANP) is the authoritative and regulatory body of the new Moroccan port system established by Law 15-02. Within the context of increasing globalization and marked by the intensification of trade in an increasingly competitive environment, the port sector in Morocco and throughout the world, has become an important resource for the country’s development and competitiveness. At the same time, it must respond to new social, societal, and environmental challenges. In recent years, this sector has been the subject of important institutional and organizational reforms with the aim of adapting the status and organization of the Port Authority to the overall needs of globalization and the new constraints borne from social responsibility as well as sustainable and equitable development. As a strong player within the Moroccan port landscape, the agency brings the entire port community together around common goals and working to create a competitive port environment through : ◊ Promoting equitable and sustainable development, characterized by healthy competition, efficiency, transparency, and good governance, ◊ Ensuring safe and quality services.

Company Offices

  • Morocco (headquarters)
  • Casablanca
  • 300, Mandoura, Sidi Maârouf