Policies & Procedures for Morocco


Import policy


Privatization is the policy that morocco follows. As agriculture is one of the main source of income of Morocco it depends on the weather conditions. Imports in Morocco decreased to 26219 MAD Million in August from 30680 MAD Million in July of 2015. Imports in Morocco averaged 19692.11 MAD Million from 1998 until 2015, reaching an all-time high of 38459 MAD Million in May of 2012 and a record low of 6424.40 MAD Million in January of 1999.Morocco imports crude petroleum, textile fabric, telecommunications equipment, wheat, gas and electricity, transistors, plastics. Its main imports partners are: France, Spain, China, Italy, Germany, United States and Saudi Arabia. Our company provides a common platform for both agents and the customers that make’s trade even more easily.
Following are the import procedure followed in Morocco:-

  • Documents preparation 
  • Customs clearance and inspections 
  • Ports and terminal handling 
  • Inland transportation and handling

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:-

  • Bill of lading
  • Commercial invoice
  • Customs Import Declaration
  • Gate Pass (Bon de Sortie)
  • Import registration form (engagement importation)
  • Packing list

Refer the following mentioned link for further information:-
Trading Accross Borders
Trade Regulations
International Movers

RESTRICTED ITEMS:-

  • Vegetable products: Phytosanitary certificate.
  • Endangered species of wild fauna and flora (Washington Convention): CITES certificate, delivered by the Directorate of Waters and Forests.
  • Hunting arms and their ammunition: authorization of the National Security Services required.
  • Medicines: 
  • In small quantities for personal use:  the signature of an affidavit available at the customs offices, accompanied with medical proof (medical certificate, prescription, etc), required.
  • For purposes other than personal use: the authorization of the Ministry of Health required.
  • The Moroccan Administration allows the temporary admission of non-residents’ vehicles for a period of 3 months. However, these vehicles should be used for tourism only (and not as a means for transporting goods having a commercial character).
  • To respond to some visitors’ desire to spend Christmas in Morocco, it was decided that visitors who have already benefited from the temporary admission regime during the current year be allowed to bring in their vehicles starting from 20, December of the same year. However, the second period of admission shall be deducted from the following year.
  • Morocco’s national currency is the Dirham (DH). The Dirham is divided into 100 centimes. It is strictly forbidden to import or export the Dirham.
  • Non-resident foreigners may freely exchange the imported currency at the banks or at the authorized institutions (hotels, bazaars, etc.). 
  • If they exchange their currency, they should keep the exchange slip. This document may be useful for an eventual exchange of Dirhams.
  • If they wish to re-export all or part of the currency they import, they should sign, at their entry, a declaration of the importation of means of payment.

Refer the following mentioned link for further information:-
VIsaHQ Customs
DHL Guidelines
FEDEX Guidelines


Export policy


Agriculture, Phosphates and tourism are the main resources of Morocco. It is an liberal economy. Exports in Morocco increased to 16692 MAD Million in August from 16280 MAD Million in July of 2015. Exports in Morocco averaged 4033.67 MAD Million from 1957 until 2015, reaching an all-time high of 19236 MAD Million in March of 2015 and a record low of 69 MAD Million in October of 1957.Phosphates and textiles are central to Morocco's export industry. Other exports items include electric components, inorganic chemicals, transistors, citrus fruits, vegetables, and fish. Morocco main exports partners are European Union countries with Spain, France and Italy being the most important. Our company provides great service and a transparent platform to make trade operations even easier and accessible.
Following mentioned are the export procedure followed in Morocco:-

  • Documents preparation 
  • Customs clearance and inspections     
  • Ports and terminal handling     
  • Inland transportation and handling

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:-

  • Bill of lading
  • Commercial invoice
  • Export Customs Declaration
  • Packing List

Refer the following mentioned link for further information:-
Exporting Products
Export Market
Export Procedures
Trading Accross Borders


Disclaimer: Policies and procedures for all export, Import have been extracted from various internet resources and published policies by the respective governments. Logimart.com is not responsible for any change or alteration in the above written policies and procedures.

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