North African Port Management Association (NAPMA)
Union des administrations portuaires du Nord de l'Afrique (UAPNA)
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1974-06-21 Alexandria Egypt
21 Jun 1974, Alexandria (Egypt), by the 'United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA)'. Also referred to as Port Management Association of North Africa (PMANA) -- Association des administrations portuaires de l'Afrique du Nord. Statutes adopted 17-21 Jun 1974, Alexandria (Egypt); amended 18-22 Nov 1974, Tunis (Tunisia), 15-16 Dec 1993, Casablanca (Morocco).
Improve, coordinate and standardize port operations, materials and services of members with a view to increase efficiency of their harbours in relation to ship movement and other forms of transport.
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Council (meets at least annually); Ad hoc Committees; Study Groups; Headquarters in Casablanca (Morocco).
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