Ports of Tunisia

Ports of Tunisia

As one of the leading Tunisian ship arrest lawyers, we operate on all Tunisian commercial ports. If you look for leading ship arrest lawyers in commercial ports of Tunisia for a ship arrest, bunker claim, general average, demurrage claim, cargo claim, do not hesitate to contact us.

The commercial ports and maritime ports of Tunisia are managed by the Office of the Merchant Navy and Ports (Office de la Marine Marchande et des Ports – OMMP). The OMMP is a public state establishment endowed with financial autonomy and legal status. The Office of the Merchant Navy and Ports or “OMMP” (former Office of National Tunisian Ports “OPNT – Office des Ports Nationaux Tunisiens” and former State Department of Commercial Ports coming under the Ministry of Public Works) ) was created by virtue of the law n° 65-2 dated February 12th, 1965, modified by the law dated February 15th, 1972. The Law n° 98/109 dated December 28th, 1998 ordered the OMMP to exercise the attributions confided to the maritime authority and administration as well as the tasks of port authority in accordance with the laws in force. For more information about the OMMP visit its official website: www.ommp.nat.tn

As a port authority, the OMMP’s main task is to handle in optimal conditions of lead time, cost and safety the whole of ships and goods passing through the commercial ports of Tunisia.

As one of the leading Tunisian ship arrest lawyers, we operate on all commercial ports of Tunisia :

  • Bizerte port
  • La Goulette port
  • Rades port
  • Sousse port
  • Sfax port
  • Gabes port
  • Zarzis port

Our legal assistance covers also the following maritime ports of Tunisia :

  • Port of Ashtart Terminaashta
  • Port of La Skhirra
  • Port of Tazerka

Should you need legal advice or assistance on ship arrest, bunker claim, demurrage claim, cargo claim, general average from leading Tunisian shipping solicitors operating in the above commercial ports of Tunisia, please do not hesitate to contact us.