Port terminals

57 terminals connected to the world and European markets

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The 57 HAROPA terminals enjoy particularly attractive maritime or river accessibility conditions, multimodal connections and freight services:

  • advantageous transit times for the first north-western European port complex reached by imports
  • maritime accessibility 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, without tidal constraints and at full load (HAROPA - Port of Le Havre)  
  • land, river and rail connections to northern Europe and the Mediterranean
  • reception and processing capacities adapted to growing volumes
  • infrastructure located from the entrance to the Channel to the heart of Paris, the 2nd largest consumer market in Europe
  • SPC S)ONE: real-time information and traceability system integrated on the entire Seine axis
  • customs facilitation system.

Infrastructure adapted to each type of traffic

HAROPA maritime terminals are accessible 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, to all container and bulk vessels, including the largest ones currently in service or under construction, with very short delays between pilot take-off and docking.

  • 10 maritime container terminals
  • 5 inland container terminals
  • 1 multimodal terminal
  • 7 conventional terminals specially equipped for exceptional loads, 
  • conventional terminals specially equipped for exceptional loads,  
  • 2 ro-ro terminals capable of loading and unloading more than 1,000 vehicles/day, 
  • 1 cross-Channel terminal.