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Le Havre - France
The port of Le Havre, located on the French North coast is ideally situated as the gateway to Paris and the industrial north. Its situation, close to the main shipping routes through the channel ensures its ...
Terminal de France Avenue du 16ieme Port 76600 Le Havre France
- Berths (no.) 5
- Depth Alongside (m) 14.3
- Terminal Area (ha) 95
France – Le Havre
The port of Le Havre, located on the French North coast, is ideally situated as the gateway to Paris and the industrial north.
It is situated close to the main shipping routes through the channel ensures its position as France’s largest container port. The entire complex is rail linked with direct access to the Seine by barge to & from the Paris urban area. Generale de Manutention Portuaire (GMP) is owned by Portsynergy Projects, a joint venture between DP World and Terminal Link (CMA-CGM / CM Port).
The Terminal de France (TDF), is ideally located outside the locks to facilitate access to the largest vessels. It thus makes it possible to cope with the productivity constraints of shipping companies. TDF also offers exceptional infrastructures, large storage areas and efficient loading and unloading times thanks to its equipment and the intermodal dynamic connectivity enjoyed by Le Havre.
A second site, the North Terminals, consisting of two wharves (the Quai de l'Europe and the Quai des Amériques) offers more traditional services such as CFS which allows to store goods of all kinds. The RORO activity also represents an important part of operations carried out on the Northern Terminals. In addition, the GMP performs the loading of heavy or oversized transport which requires a real know-how and special equipment such as for example the LIEBHERR mobile crane, with a lifting capacity of up to 100 tons.
Together with DP World’s other major developments in Antwerp, London and Rotterdam will, in the coming years, enable shipping lines to have a network of outstanding new state of the art facilities for their European coastal routing.