Seaport In Free Zone
Misurata Free Zone Port has been known since ancient times as a natural harbor which was used by the Phoenicians on the west coast of Libya, and it has played an important role in trading activities since the 10th century B.C. The modern existing seaport was established in the year 1978 with a well-thought out plan that took into account the latest methods of seaport design and construction aimed at providing the best of maritime services which contributed greatly to the increase of transit trade.
The port has been ranked as one of the best operated Libyan seaports and has become a popular destination for many international transport lines
Some of the port features are:
- Total area of 190 hectares.
- Total quay length of 4000 meters
- A depth of 13 meters..
- Open storage yards of 60 hectares.
- Covered storage warehouses of 67,500 square meters.
- Grain silo with 40,000-ton capacity.
- Modern stevedoring equipment and machinery.
- Well-trained technical staff.
Major Shipping Lines
PROITER.MED – CMA – SLOMAN-NEPTUN – TARROS – M.S.C – POL.LEVANT – YOKIN-DOGU – CONTAZ – MAERSK – EVER GREEN ARKAS(AMMS)
- Tugboats (5). Pilot Boat (2). Marine survey boat (1).
- Gantry cranes (4)……(2 RTG) & (2 STS).
- Harbor mobile cranes of (11)…….(60-100)tons.
- Reach stackers of 45 tons capacity and 5 containers height (12).
- Top left cranes of 45 tons capacity (12).
- Forklift 12.5 tons (7).
- Side cranes 12.5 tons (4).
- Forklifts 3,5,7 tons (10).