This modern facility is unique in sub-Saharan Africa. It can accommodate hundreds of passengers on domestic maritime trips and also those on African coastal boating and cruise tours.
Amadou Sakhir Mbaye oil tanker wharf
This wharf was built in 1926. It is 165 metres long and has two berths, 90 West and 90 East, with a 10m draught.
The access channel is 250 metres wide, -13 metres deep on the inside and -13.5 metres deep on the outside, with a perfectly marked swinging circle and a 500-metre diameter for access to the inner harbour.
Corporate social responsibility
CSR at PAD goes way beyond internal measures for workers. It is a vehicle for supporting the efforts of public authorities to address the needs of the population.
Cheikh Ibrahima NIASS container terminal
Annual traffic is approximately 300,000 TEUs and constantly on the rise. This offers excellent prospects for DP WORLD, the concession holder responsible for handling business transactions on the container terminal.
PAD has an exceptional waterbody and a ten (10) km quay line to harbour any category of vessels.
ISO 9001 Certification version 2008
PAD offers steering for Port entry and exit, for hauling steerable commercial and fishing vessels, and for handling embankments by the standards under ISO 9001 V2008.
Our facilities for transporting passengers, luggage and cargo are compliant with standards under ISO 9001 V2008 – ISO 14001 V2005 – OHSAS 18001 V2007.
Hamassire Ndoure Malian Zone
This is an area with a railway track up to the quay and mid-rear dock area. It is reserved for traffic from Mali. The transport arrangements are governed by agreements signed between Mali and Senegal.
The Port Autonome de Dakar (PAD) is a 21-hectare platform, a demonstration and value-adding zone with an extensive range of services.
Professionals of the sector, this space is exclusively dedicated to you. You will find there all the useful information and all the documentation needed for a better partnership with the PORT AUTONOME of DAKAR. Together towards the Port of Excellence on the West African coast by 2023.