HAROPA, Entreprise

Porte Océane Terminal

- Port du Havre

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TERMINAL PORTE OCEANE operates on two berths, with ancillary services, state-of-the-art IT systems and a full suite of container handling equipment including Super Post-Panamax ship-to-shore cranes. TPO is notably operating the main North Europe Ultra Large Container Ships (20000 TEU class).

Terminal Access

TPO is connected to the main European motorway networks and has infrastructures for on-dock rail services. The terminal also provides direct container barge connexions from and to the port of Le Havre.

Working Hours

Yard: Monday to Friday: 07h00 to 21h00

Vessels:

24/24- 7/7 - excluded 1st Jan-1st May -25th Dec

Key Figures

  • Quay Lenght: 2 quays for ULCS
  • Surface:36 Hectares
  • Maximum Draft: 16.3 m (max spring low tide)
  • Yearly Capacity (TEUs): 550 000
  • Nautical Access: 24/24 – 7/7

Gantry Cranes:

  • 6 Superpanamax 
  • 4 Cranes Outreach
  • 23 containers wide
  • Lifting height above quay: 42.5 m (under spreader)
  • Lifting capacity with spreader: 65 tons
  • Maximum lifting capacity under hook: 103 tons
  • Overpanamax: 2 cranes

Yard Equipment:

  • Noell Straddle Carriers4 High 
  • Lifting capacity: 60 tons

Yard Gates for Containers Delivery

  • Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 07:00 to 21:00
  • OCR Tunnels: 3
  • Gate Lanes: 9
  • Truck Interchange area grids: 40
  • Rail connection: 3 Tracks x 500 m
  • Barges connection: Yes

Safety and Security

  • AEO (Authorised Economic Operator : FR00001154) CTPAT Accreditation
  • ISPS Code compliant
  • OCR (Optical Character Recognition) at gates
  • Security guard services
  • Dedicated thermal and classical cameras