Notice to economic operators

In corollary with the note of the Chief executive officer of the Customs of the 11/7/2017 (N°1818/DGD/SP/D012/2017) allowing the receivers, atransfer partial of the cargoes containerized via « a manifesto Bursting » to the dry port of their choice,

The Harbour Company of Bejaia informs the set of his customers, that the same device allows a partial transfer by "Extract of manifesto".

This mechanism came into force at the port of Bejaia, following the signing on 30/01/2018 of a service agreement between The Harbour Company of Bejaia and MAERSK Algeria.

This agreement will allow the receivers to transfer their containers to the TIXTER dry port, and to benefit from the right to return their empty containers in the same area.

The aim is to further promote the mechanisms of simplification as regards the conditions of transit of cargoes, and this in favor of the improvement of the conditions of port passage of containerized goods.

For that purpose, and with the aim of allowing a partial voluntary transfer of cargoes containerized by extract of manifesto towards the dry port of TIXTER, all the receivers are invited to take up with MAERSK Algeria, for the purpose of integrating this device into their activities.

Vision, Missions and Values of Béjaia port

1) Handling equipements

DesignationCapacityNumber of gear
Forklift trucks
< à 3 T
Power lift trucks
< à 3 T
5 T
8 T
10 T
18 T
28 T
42 T
52 T
Excavators loaders
< 1.5
04 m3
38 T
Tractor trailers
38 T
50 T
Crane Gottwald HMK 260E
80 T
Crane Gottwald HMK 170E
63 T
Harbor cranes LIEBHERR
63 T
Harbor cranes LIEBHERR
124 T
Harbor cranes LIEBHERR
64 T
Mobile cranes LIEBHERR
50 T
Mobile cranes GROVE
59 T
portal grains VIGAN
550 T

2) Navals equipement

2.1) Towing equipement

Manufacturing year 2005
Shipbuilding site DAMEN (Holland)
Gross tonnage 289Tnx
Overall length 28m
Moulded breadth 10,59m
Propulsion 02 Aquamaster Astern Drive
Machine output power 4000 CV (MAK)
Tensil force 46 Tonnes)
Fire fighting FIFI 1 Double Canon 2X 1200m3/h
Classification Bureau-Veritas- AUT- UMS Clean Sea,
Haute Mer
Manufacturing year 2005
Shipbuilding site U N Valencia (Espagne)
Gross register 365 Tnx
Overall tonnage 29,50m
Moulded breadth 11m
Propulsion 02 Tractor Azimutal
Machine output power 3500 CV (MAK)
Tensil force 35 Tonnes
Fire fighting FIFI 1 Double Canon 2X 1300m3/H
Classification Bureau-Veritas- AUT-UMS Clean
Air Clean Sea, Haute Mer
Manufacturing year 1972
Shipbuilding site Elmshorn (Allemagne)
Gross Tonnage 260Tnx
Overall length 33,50m
Moulded breadth 8,90m
Propulsion 01 pitch propeller.
Machine output power 2300 CV (MAK)
Tensil force 31 Tonnes
Fire fighting 03 Canons 450 m3/h
Classification Bureau Veritas, Haute mer
Manufacturing year 1971
Shipbuilding site Kanagawa Japon
Gross tonnage 161Tnx
Overall length 28m
Largeur hors Membres 7,60m
Propulsion 01 Hélice pas fixe
Machine output power 1500 CV
Tensil force 20 Tonnes
Fire fighting 03 Canons
Classification Bureau-Veritas
Manufacturing year 2006
Shipbuilding site Zamakona (Espagne)
Gross tonnage 79 Tnx
Overall length 19,70m
Moulded breadth 6,10m
Propulsion 02 Hélices pas fixe
Machine output power 1000CV (Guascor)
Tensil force 12 Tonnes
Fire fighting  
Classification Bureau Veritas, Navigation Côtière

2.2) Piloting Equipements

Gouraya 3 DAMEN 1997
Cap-Bouak DAMEN 1997
Canot Mina 4 ECOREP 1997
Canot Mina 5 ECOREP 1997
SIDI Bouali DAMEN 2005
SIDI Yahia DAMEN 2005


Our objectives

The Management of Quality, Environment and Safety Health at Work at the Port of Bejaia Company, has effectively put the customer, the environment and the staff in the heart of the daily concerns of managers. It’s a structured way of managing the risk to move irreversibly on a continuous improvement basis. It’s relies on anticipation, precaution, change, and the communication and it maintain a management which is able of using international standards that represent the first international consensus, to deal with the problems related to changes in its environment. This is reflected by operational plans of the company which seeks to achieve the long-term strategy, sustainable development and daily risk management. The Company defines what tools to use or adapted for responding in harmonious way customer expectations which is the company's focus of concern and those of stakeholders, which are local residents, customers, shareholders and staff, by the establishment a healthy and safety management system at work, enabling it to preserve its most important asset « the staff  ».


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The system established since 2000 for ISO9001 and 2005 for Iso14001, conferred a significant maturity in its Management System for Integration of Management Health and Safety System certified to OHSAS 18001 since 2008. The EPB has decided to enroll in part of a global process that aims to ensure its sustainability by introducing a modern and standardized management adapted to the connecting sector requirements. It identified the processes and their interaction and determined the criteria and methods that ensure their implementation and control in order to ensure their effectiveness. The four-step sequence of PDCA (Plan-Do-Check-Act) applies for each process: To plan, to implement, to monitor and to improve each of these processes refers to documented procedure standard, operating procedures, fact sheets and briefing papers covering all activities of the EPB. All of this internal organization whose purpose is the achievement of objectives set by the SMI policy does not depend only on material resources, but also and above of human resources. Through its policy, the Company has a vision and a management strategy encompassing common strategic areas for performance targets covering the three systems (quality, environment, occupational health and safety). The identification and risk assessment is done with a participatory approach, using an experienced staff who has know-how in this field based on their skills to identify, analyzed and suggest adequate and efficient procedures which are necessary for the operational control. Thus the Quality, Environment, Health and Safety at Work are an inseparable part of the Company strategy. The policy of the QHSE Management system merely shows the vision and direction of the Company in the business of SMI by highlighting the related strategic lines. The stand policies are set out into objectives at all levels and concern all the business processes, thus giving complete consistency with the overall strategy of the Company.

Container Terminal

The container terminal is operated since July 2005 by a new entity BMT (Bejaia Mediterranean Terminal) is a joint venture between the EPB and the Singaporean PORTEK. It is the only terminal in Algeria that has gantry cranes which can handle Postpanama ships. The terminal has also its own customs system (one stop office for administrative formalities).

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Wood Terminal

The terminal has its own storage area and its one stop office. It has high-performance equipment and perfectly adapted to this type of goods. The new gantry cranes allow treating ten burdens at same time and to reduce the stay alongside the quay, while reducing the risk of damage of the goods. The EPB strengthened, in this way, its markets share and its leader’s position on the wood product and offers an outstanding quality services to its clients, which will count important companies of the construction and civil engineering, very demanding and fastidious in quality of service.

Characteristics :

  • 300 lm of quay with 02 favored berths.
  • Location: New and station Quays.
  • Maximal authorized draft : 8 m to 11,50 m.
  • Surface of terminal: 7 hectares.
  • • Total Capacity : 19.300 burdens stacked on 04 levels.



Miscellaneous goods Terminal

Characteristics :

  • 07 berths
  • Location : Casbah and station quays
  • Maximal authorized draft : 10m
  • Storage surface: 50.218 m²



The paper shelter

It’s an area of 1200 m², specially fitted out for storing a paper reels both big and small size, to ensure the safety and the quality through this cargo handling by adequate means in a dry clean and secure environment. The capacities of this shelter are estimated at 1528 units on the ground, with a possibility of stocking height of 2 meters.

Characteristics :

  • Location: At the entrance of the berth 19
  • Total Surface : 1286 m²
  • Ground commercial capacity : 1528 unités
  • Stacking Height: 2 levels



The center of transit of dangerous goods « CTMD »

Unique in Algeria, the CTMD is dedicated for the storage of all the goods considered as dangerous in the highest security possible.

Characteristics :

  • Total Surface : 7000 m²
  • Number of warehouses : 06 over a surface of 1440 m²
  • Location : New quay (berth 20)



Roll-on-rool-off Terminal

This terminal allows the reception of the rolling stock (Tourist cars, Utility and Public Transport, public works equipment, machinery for railway operations …).

  • Location: poste 18
  • Surface of the area: 13.000 m²





A grain terminal

The EPB, occupying the first position in terms of grain traffic, this activity is equipped with the most efficient equipment on the market that made the returns handling cereals increased from 50T / 750T hour / hour. The EPB can process large grain of 60,000 tons

Characteristics :

  • 400 lm of quay with 03 quays
  • Location: South West Quay / New and station quays
  • Maximal authorized draft: 10 m à 11,50 m
NB : Given the density of this traffic, the grain vessels can be allocated to other berths as those mentioned below.

Installations :

OAIC Silos:

  • Location: poste 17
  • Capacity: 30.000 tonnes


  • Location: New Quay
  • Capacity: 120.000 tons



The Oil Tanker Terminal

Characteristics :

  • 770 lm of quay with 03 specialized quays
  • Location: Outer Port
  • Maximal authorized draft: 13,50 m
  • Loading capacity: 16,8 million de tons
  • SPM/ sea-line for the loading of the large tanker between 80.000 DWT and 320.000 DWT with a flow of 10.000 m3 / hour.

Human Resources vision



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