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1. Mission Promoting the development and growth of maritime shipping via the kingdom's national port of Aqaba through; mobilizing business skills and concepts in public and private sectors partnerships, providing high quality services, associating with the Government in creating an attractive business environment for ship owners /operators /charters and assisting members to work for the highest professional standards.

2. Aqaba

3. Area Map

4. Background Brief Aqaba Port Authority was established in 1952 by a royal decree and took its present name (The Ports Corporation, TPC) in 1978 TPC is a governmental body with an independent character responsible for establishing, developing, maintaining and operating port activities

5. Aqaba Facts Transshipment port center Ideal location to handle trade linking between nations Regular ferry services with the Egyptian sea port of Nueib’e Deep waters with the most efficiency in the Middle East Served by an airport, excellent roads and a freight railway to the north of the country

6. Jordan’s Coastline

7. Aqaba Port The Main Port The Containers Port The Industrial Port

8. The Main Port Located close to the town of Aqaba Comprises (12) berths with a total length (2120) meters Used for handling General Cargo, Grain, Phosphate export , Ro-Ro and Lighter Traffic These berth serve vessels of up to (70,000) tons displacement with a draft of up to 14.4 meters

9. Main Port Facts Each berth has a (35) meter wide apron, a transit shed, a semi-covered shed and open storage areas Berth No. 1 is devoted for handling the imported grain and equipped with three grain discharging units of total capacity about (1,000) tons per hour into the nearby grain silos Phosphate Berth A: (220) meters in length, (11) meter draft, receives vessels up to (25,000) tons displacement with a loading rate of (1,000) tons per hour Phosphate Berth B: (180) meters in length, (14.4) meter draft, receives vessels up to (125,000) tons displacement, equipped with two ship loaders of (2,200) ton / hour / each

10. Phosphate Berths

11. The Container Port

12. Container Port Facts Located (5) km. South of the Main port Consists of: Mo’ta Berth Moshterak Berth Ro – Ro Berth Yarmouk Berth ( Passenger Terminal)

13. Mo’ta Berth A floating berth of (150) meters long (35) meters wide (23) meters draft Receives vessels up to (53,000) tons displacement Serves the rice processing plant Used for handling livestock

14. Moshterak Berth A dolphin berth (120) meters in length (11) meters draft Receives vessels up to (100,000) tons displacement Equipped with a conveyor belt of (25) tons / hour a day for handling cement exports

15. The Container Terminal It comprises three berths of (540) meters length (15) meters draft Receives vessels up to (84,000) tons displacement Equipped with 3 gantry cranes of (40-45) tons (2) Mobile Harbor cranes 376 reefer points and all necessary yard (500,000 sq.m) and transfer equipment

16. Container Terminal Pictures

17. Yarmouk Berth (Passenger Terminal) Identical to Mo’ta and is used for passenger traffic and Ro-Ro ships up to (19,000) tons displacement A draft of (9) meters

18. The Industrial Port

19. Industrial Port Facts Located (18) km south of the Main port Consists of: Oil Jetty The Timber Berth Industrial Berths: The Western Berth The Eastern Berth

20. Oil Jetty Constructed in 1986 as a 4-dolphin berth of 150-meters length (24) meters draft Receives oil tankers of up to (406,000) tons displacement Used for handling exports and imports of oil and oil products Consists of: (3) units fitted on the jetty for discharging crude oil, fuel oil and gas (14) loading points for crude oil and (14) discharging for oil Bromide loading unit

21. Oil Jetty Pictures

22. Timber Berth (80) meters long (7) meters draft Receives up to (14,000) tons displacement Used mainly for handling Livestock and Timber

23. The Industrial Berths The West Berth: (220) meters long (15) meters draft Receives up to (70,000) tons displacement vessels Used for handling potash, salt, Sulphur & dry bulk materials The East Berth: (190) meters long (11) meters draft Receives up to (40,000) tons displacement vessels Used for handling bulk fertilizer and ammonia, chemical products

24. Industrial Port Pictures

25. APMT The Danish Port Management APMT started its duties in 2004 Its objectives: Transfer Aqaba port to the global standards Increase the port productivity Drive Aqaba port to be an international hub

26. Port Achievements Ending of Congestion The return of international lines to serve Aqaba port directly Establishment of the Window Berth System Increase in Port productivity by 40% Inland Logistics Port Complex Increase in the Traffic, Container and Car handling volumes

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