The harbour dues on ships, goods and passengers collected by the OMMP fall in with the changes and developments gone through by the port running system and transport technologies and are adapted to the expectations of the port operators.
PRICE SCALE ADVANTAGES
Flexible and incentive, the price scale adopted by the OMMP offers:
- Of 50% on the shelter and docking prices for tourist cruise ships .
- Of 50% on the shelter, docking, piloting and towing prices for conventional ships carring general non-unit goods and docking in commercial ports other than Bizerte, Sousse,Sfax and Gabès.
- Of 80% on the shelter , docking, piloting and towing prices for conventional ships carring general non-unit goods and docking in commercial port of Zarzis.
- Of 25% to 50% on the shelter and docking prices for the shiping lines according to the number of total regular stops in the Tunisian commercial ports.
- The shelter and docking military and educational vessels .
- For cruise passengers transiting, for the duration of the call.
- 10days for export trafic .
- 10days for full containers (Export ( from the date of deposition of goods .
AN EVOLUTIVE PRICE SCALE
Within the framework of the reform of the maritime transport sector, more in particular the port sector, initialled since the 9th development plan, several actions were undertaken aimed at adapting this sector to the various technological, statutory and organisational changes at the regional and world level.
The most recent of these actions bears on the launching of a study on the restructuring of harbour dues and price scales, taking into account the new attributions of the OMMP as ancient authority and the role it is called upon to play within the framework of the concession agreements on the public port domain, offering to public users and other private operators the possibility to build harbour works or to use private material for providing public services.