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The ports of Le Havre, Rouen and Paris form the “major Seine Axis river and sea port authority”. As the fourth largest north-European port, HAROPA PORT has connections to every continent based on an international maritime offering in the very first rank (calling 594 ports).

It serves an extensive hinterland centred on the Seine Valley and the Paris region, together constituting France’s biggest consumer catchment area. From Le Havre to Paris, the port complex can point 2.5m sq. m. of logistics warehousing currently in service and over 1m sq. m. of available warehousing space.

Today in France, HAROPA PORT provides a transport and logistics system capable of proposing holistic and low-carbon, end-to-end service offerings.

It generates annual maritime and river activity around 110m tonnes which represents approximately 160,000 jobs.

HAROPA PORT’s strategy rests on several pillars

  • Support the recovery of flows and traffic,
  • Reposition and establish more logistics activities along the Seine axis,
  • Capitalise on our land potential,
  • Accelerate multimodal transfer in each of the ports,
  • Strengthen our Green Port positioning,
  • Make HAROPA PORT the smart port of tomorrow.

HAROPA PORT 2020-2025 strategic project

HAROPA PORT has developed its first Strategic Project for the 2020-2025 period. Parts 4, 5 and 6 of the Strategic Project, as well as the environmental assessment report associated, have been submitted for public consultation from January 14 to February 11th, 2022.

This consultation took place after the Environmental Authority notice of December 2021.

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