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Saint Nazaire

Saint Nazaire

From Nantes to Saint-Nazaire, the logistics activity is spread over several sites, on the right and left banks of the river. Born in the Nantes conurbation, it remains important there, for about 10% of the total traffic. But it has gradually moved downstream, to adapt to the growing size of ships an...

Nouvelle

Nouvelle

Port-La Nouvelle is France’s third largest commercial port on the Mediterranean. It is ranked number one for grain exports and number two for hydrocarbon imports. Owned by the Occitanie (Pyrénées Méditerranée) Regional Government Council since 2007, the port is managed by the District Chamber of ...

Nantes Saint-Nazaire

Nantes Saint-Nazaire

With nearly 27 million tonnes of traffic handled in 2014, Nantes – Saint Nazaire is the leading port on France’s Atlantic Seaboard and the fourth port authority. Its port area extends over a 65-kilometre stretch along the Loire Estuary. A very diverse range of port facilities is located on sites spa...

Lorient

Lezardrieux

Les Sables d' Olonne

Le Havre

Le Havre

In terms of tonnage the port of Le Havre is one of the largest ports in Europe. It is situated at the western entrance to the English Channel on the Seine river estuary, the river allows the ports of Le Havre and Rouen to be linked.

La Turballe

La Turballe

La Turballe consists of marina for leisure crafts and a fishing port.

La Rochelle

La Rochelle

With a traffic of 9.4 million tonnes in 2014, Atlantic Port of La Rochelle is the 6th Great Ports Maritimes and only deep water port on the French Atlantic coast. La Rochelle is a pioneer in rail transport, offering rail connectivity to all terminals.

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Dunkerque

Dunkerque

France's third-ranking port, Dunkirk is well known as a port handling heavy bulk cargoes for its numerous industrial installations. It has also built its reputation in other sectors such as cross-Channel Ro-Ro traffic to Great Britain, containers, fruit, etc. Classified as the 7th port of the ...

Cherbourg

Cherbourg

Ideally located near the future French and British wind-turbine and tidal turbine farms, the ports of Cherbourg and Caen-Ouistreham have all the qualities required by the manufacturers of Marine Renewable Energy equipment.

Brest

Brest

The port of Brest is the most westerly major port in the Brittany region. The port offers its customers, easy access at any time, deepwater docks, efficient modern equipment and quick service and quality.