Port 2000

Inaugurated in 2006, Port 2000 is a deep-water rapid port. Soon to be equipped with 12 berths, it can already accommodate the largest container ships in circulation and in the pipeline, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, without tidal constraints.
- Port du Havre

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Terminal de France:

  • Dock length: 1,200 metres + 200 metres for barges
  • Draught at low tide: 15.30 metres
  • Storage area: 55 hectares
  • Ground capacity: 8,000 TEUs
  • Empty storage: 2,400 TEUs
  • Reefer sockets: 600
  • Overpanamax gantries: 10
  • Reach containers: 22
  • Tandem lift 40' 
  • Productivity per gantry: 24
Railway installations:
  • Railways: 4,150 metres
  • RMG: 3

Packing / unpacking centre:

  • Storage area: 2 hectares
Equipment on the ground:
  • 55 riders 4 heights
  • DGPS
  • Average waiting time per truck: 48 minutes
  • Average number of containers per truck: 1.5
  • Transhipment: 27%

Porte Océane Terminal 
 

  • Area: 34 Hectares
  • Dock length: 700 m
  • Minimum water depth (At Low Tide): 14.5 m
  • Nautical accessibility 
Superpanamax gantries
  • Lifting capacity under cables: 103 tons
  • Lifting capacity under 1 spreader: 65 tons
  • Front Spout Reach: 22 containers 

Normandy MSC Terminal 

  • MSC investment of €160 million
  • 1,400 metres of quayside
  • 16 to 17 metres of draught
  • 7 super post-panamax gantries
  • 72 hectares of open space