The growing role of African ports: the case of Tánger International trade on the African continent depends to a large extent on its ports and interconnections. In recent years, these enclaves have experienced a notable increase in the volume of exports and imports. One of the most prominent examples of this trend is the port of Tánger Med, a logistical giant that is redefining the economic panorama of Morocco and the entire region. Strategically located on the North African coast, Tánger Med has become a logistics epicenter that connects Europe, Africa and Asia. Opened in 2007, this port has experienced rapid growth and development, attracting investment and establishing itself as one of the most modern and efficient ports in the world. In this privileged location is also the port of Algeciras, becoming another of the essential links between global markets.