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Transport and Logistics in Madagascar

Transport and Logistics in Madagascar (Master in Business in Africa)

Logistics in Madagascar (East Africa)

Ports of Madagascar

Autonomous Port of Toamasina

Ports of Madagascar, Toamasina, Tamatave, and Ehoala (Maritime Transport Course Master)

  1. The Port of Toamasina is the largest Malagasy port
  2. 80% of the Malagasy international trade
  3. Distance from Toamasina to Antananarivo: 215 kilometres
  4. Access to:
    1. Antananarivo
    2. Toamasina
    3. Antsirabe
    4. Fianarantsoa
    5. Mahajanga
    6. Toliara
    7. Antsiranana
    8. Antanifotsy

Port of Ehoala

  1. Creation of the Port of Ehoala: 2008
  2. The deep-water port of Ehoala is at Fort Dauphin

Other Malagasy ports: Tamatave, Antsiranana, Mahajanga and Toliara

Malagasy roads

  1. Total: 49.837 kilometres
  2. Paved: 5.781 kilometres
  3. Unpaved: 44 056 kilometres

The main Malagasy Roads are:

Foreign Trade and Business in Madagascar, source: CIA

  1. Antananarivo - Analavory - Tsiroanomandidy - Belobaka
  2. Analavory - Babetville - Tsiroanomandidy
  3. Antananarivo - Toamasina
  4. Antananarivo - Anjozorobe - Alaotra Lake
  5. Alaotra Lake - Andilamena
  6. Sambava - Andapa
  7. Antananarivo - Mahajanga
  8. Toamasina - Maroantsetra
  9. Ambilobe - Antalaha
  10. Antsiranana - Ambondromamy
  11. Antananarivo - Tulear
  12. Morondava - Belo-Sud-Tsiribihina - Bekopaka
  13. Maintirano - Antsalova
  14. Tuléar - Bevoay - Manja - Mandabe
  15. Andranovory - Beloha - Ambovombe
  16. Mananjary - Nosy Varika
  17. Union with RN2 - Vatomandry
  18. Ilaka Atsinana - Mahanoro
  19. Irondro - Manakara - Farafangana - Vangaindrano
  20. Tôlanaro (Fort Dauphin) - Manantenina - Vangaindrano
  21. Ihosy - Ambovombe - Tôlanaro (Fort Dauphin)
  22. Fenoarivo Atsinanana (Fénérive) - Vavatenina
  23. Mananjary - Vohilava, Mananjary
  24. Ambohimahasoa - Irondro - Mananjary
  25. Ihosy - Ivohibe - Farafangana
  26. Antsohihy - Bealanana
  27. Antsohihy - Mandritsara
  28. Ambatondrazaka - Ambondromamy
  29. Antsirabe - Miandrivazo - Malaimbandy
  30. Ambositra - Malaimbandy - Morondava
  31. Ambositra - Fandriana
  32. Analavory - Ampefy - Soavinandriana - Ambohibary - Sambaina
  33. Moramanga - Ambatondrazaka - Imerimandroso
  34. Bevoay - Morombe

Asia-Africa Growth Corridor

Ivato International Airport (Antananarivo)

Railway

  1. The railway transport in Madagascar is managed by Madarail, subsidiary of Comazar
  2. Regular freight traffic between the port city of Toamasina and Antananarivo.
  3. Tananarive-Toamasina via Moramanga
  4. Moramanga-Ambatondrazaka
  5. Tananarive-Antsirabe
  6. Fianarantsoa- Manakara
  7. Total: 875 kilometres

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  1. Courses: Transport in Africa, International Transport and Logistics
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