In addition to the initial stimulus measures taken at HAROPA business club Signature of an exceptional local agreement in Le Havre
On 2 March, HAROPA - Port of Le Havre and the main players in the port economy signed an agreement to recover the activity following the social movements that disrupted the transport chain during December and January.
HAROPA traffic 2019 : 90 Mt of maritime traffic over the year
With a total of 90 million tonnes of maritime traffic over the year, 2019 saw a 5% drop in maritime traffic, due to solid and liquid energy bulk due to both technical shutdowns on the Seine Valley refining units and the prospect of the end of activity at the Le Havre coal-fired power plant.
With a total of 2.9 million TEUs, container shipping was down 3.5% despite the good performance of hinterland traffic, which remained stable over the year, while December was clearly impacted by the social conflict linked to pension reform.