Limay, the first river-sea port in the Ile-de-France region
The first river-sea port in Ile-de-France covers 125 hectares and 34,500 m² of warehouses, some of which are equipped with overhead cranes, covered pier-heads, road and rail handling platforms, support offices, platforms, serviced industrial sites, possibly with rail and water connections, and all the networks (electricity, water, gas, steam, industrial, sanitation, etc).
Sea coasters carrying from 600 to 2600 tonnes can connect Ile-de-France to the British Isles, the Iberian Peninsula, Scandinavia and North Africa without breaking the load. Close to the sea and located downstream of Paris, Limay has made river-sea transport one of its assets.
Limay Porcheville Platform
area: 125 ha
number of customers: 26 companies
river traffic 2017: 1.1 MT Main activities: logistics, construction, agri-food, environment, energy and industry
Ports managed by the Seine Aval agency
■ Saint-Denis l'Etoile
■ Le Pecq
■ Achères (study)
■ Les Mureaux
■ Triel (study)