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  1. Flux de sable

    MANAGING SAND MOVEMENTS
    18th february 2011

    Experiments to provide a better understanding of windborne sand movements have been conducted since January 2011 at the Braek Dyke, an asphalt structure marking the boundary between the beach and Dunkerque-Port's maritime dock.

  2. Plate Forme I-trans

    CREATION OF THE I-TRANS INNOVATION PLATFORM FOR LOGISTICS AND CONSOLIDATED TRANSPORT (I-TRANS LTM)
    10th december 2010

    A partnership agreement was signed on 10 December by Dunkerque-Port, Dunkirk Urban Community, the Nord-Pas-de-Calais Regional Council, Eurotunnel company, the Greater Calais Community, Calais Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Nord-Pas de Calais Logistics and Transport Club, Lens Euralogistic Hub, and the Opal Coast and Artois Universities. The agreement, an initiative of the "Transport Terrestre Promotion Northern France" association which heads up the i-Trans world competitiveness cluster for rail and innovative transport systems, is aimed at creating an innovation platform for the development of logistics and consolidated transport.

  3. Danzigergracht

    LOADING OF PUBLIC WORKS EQUIPMENT FOR PAPUA NEW GUINEA
    19th october 2010

    The conventional ship M/V DANZIGERGRACHT is in port at Freycinet 13 to load public works equipment for the construction of a 450-km gas pipeline.

  4. Infrastructure_Ferroviaire

    DUNKERQUE-PORT NOW MANAGER OF ITS RAIL INFRASTRUCTURES
    15th october 2010

    Dunkerque-Port (Grand Port Maritime de Dunkerque / GPMD) has announced that it is the first port in France to operate and maintain its rail infrastructures.

  5. Convention_cadre

    2010-2013 FRAMEWORK AGREEMENT SIGNED BETWEEN DUNKIRK URBAN COMMUNITY AND DUNKERQUE-PORT
    11th october 2010

    Maritime transport is an essential vector for international trade, with approximately 90% of worldwide trade taking place by sea. The Urban Community and Dunkerque-Port are convinced that the port has the capacity to meet new challenges.