Port location Djibouti
Name of port Port of Djibouti
Port type Seaport
Management Djibouti Ports (DP) World
Port services General cargo, engineering and marine services.
Port facilities Mobile cranes, reachstacker and forklifts.
Business section Oil and gas, energy, industrial logistics, port projects, renewables, pharmaceutical, hi-tech/telecom, automotive, mining and manufacturing.
Investment Total investment over USD 590 million of Doraleh Multi-Purpose Port.
Export opportunities Sheep and goats, wood charcoal, coffee, other animals and refined petroleum.
Import origins Wheat, delivery trucks, other vegetables, nitrogenous fertilizers and other steel bars.
Import destinations China, Ethiopia, India, Saudi Arabia and the United States.
Shipping lines CMA CGM, Maersk and MSC.
Borders Djibouti borders Somalia by land and Ethiopia, Eritrea and Yemen by sea.
The Port of Djibouti commands an incredible key topographical position at the junction of all the worldwide delivery courses which makes it the hub port of East Africa. Djibouti serves as an essential entry route for solid travel exchange to Ethiopia and handles 100% of maritime traffic to and from Addis Ababa by road and rail. The Port of Djibouti is also located within the reach of the COMESA market, strategically linking nineteen countries and 380 million people. Djibouti provides a container terminal, bulk terminal (managed by SDTV-private), general cargo, livestock and dry port facilities and marine and engineering-related services. Djibouti has general cargo facilities with eight berths, a bulk terminal with three berths, a container terminal with two berths and an oil terminal with two berths.

Djibouti Free Zone (DFZ) has been operational since October 2004, positioning Djibouti as the strategic route for the import, warehousing, handling of products to and from the eastern African nations.