La SAPT ha sido creada el mes de marzo del 2010. Tiene como misión principal el pilotaje y la realización del Proyecto de readaptación.
Sociedad Anónima cuyo capital social inicial es de 600 millones de Dirhams, la SAPT tiene como principales accionistas el Estado y el Fondo Hassan II. La Ciudad de Tánger, la Agencia Nacional de los Puertos así como la Agencia para la Promoción y el Desarrollo Económico y Social de las Provincias del Norte (APDN) son igualmente presentes en el capital. Su Presidente Director General es el Señor Mohammed OUANAYA.
The Société de Gestion du Port de Tanger (the Port of Tangier City Management Company) (SGPTV):
In order to develop port activities (yachting, ferry and cruise) and manage related facilities, SAPT, together with the ANP, created a joint subsidiary called the Société de Gestion du Port de Tanger (the Port of Tangier City Management Company) (SGPTV).
With an initial capital of 200 million DH, increased to 400 MAD in 2013, the SGPTV was created as a limited liability company with a board of directors. The SGPTV is 51% owned by the ANP and 49% by the Société d’Aménagement pour la reconversion de la zone Portuaire de Tanger (the Development Company for the Reconstruction of the Port Area of Tangier City).
Its main objective is to build and develop the necessary infrastructure for the activities of cruise, yachting and ferry services at the port of Tangier City. It also seeks to manage and operate these infrastructures, as well as carry out the tasks of the port police, under a concession agreement concluded with the ANP for a period of 50 years, starting from 1 October 2012.
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