Port infrastructure

57 terminals connected with the world and the European markets

The 57 HAROPA terminals benefit from particularly attractive conditions of sea and waterway access, multimodal connections and cargo services:

  • attractive transit times of the leading North-West European port complex called at on import
  • Maritime accessibility 7/7 24/24 with no tidal limitation and fully laden (HAROPA - Port of Le Havre)
  • land, river and rail connections up to the North of Europe and the Mediterranean
  • reception and handling capacity suited for growing volumes
  • infrastructures set up from the entrance to the English Channel up to the heart of Paris, the 2nd consumer market in Europe
  • CCS AP+: an integrated information and traceability system in real time over the entire Seine corridor
  • customs facilitation system

Adequate infrastructure for each kind of traffic

HAROPA sea terminals are accessible 7/7 24/24 to all containerships and bulk vessels, including the largest at present in operation or under construction, with very short times between the time the pilot goes on board and the berthing.

  • 10 container sea terminals
  • 5 container river terminals
  • 1 multimodal terminal 
  • 7  conventional terminals especially equipped for heavy lift cargo, 
  • 31 dry and liquid bulk terminals, 
  • 2  Ro-Ro terminals capable of loading and unloading more than 1,000 vehicles/day,
  • 1  cross-Channel terminal.