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  1. Terminal méthanier Signature de convention

    LNG Terminal project: AGREEMENT SIGNED WITH ENVIRONMENTAL ASSOCIATIONS
    9th june 2010

    Aware of the importance of the Clipon site for the observation of animal and plant species, Dunkerque-Port, represented by Martine Bonny, Chair of the Executive Committee, and Dunkerque LNG, represented by its General Director Marc Girard, signed an agreement on 4 June 2010, in the presence of Dunkirk's Sub-Prefect Jérôme Gutton, allowing five associations permanent access to the LNG Terminal site.

  2. Delta Shipping, a new partner for trade with Russia
    23rd march 2010

    Since mid-February the Cypriot company Delta Shipping Lines has been running a weekly container service between Dunkirk and St Petersburg with the following rotation: Tilbury – Dunkirk – Hamburg – St Petersburg.

  3. New website for DUNKERQUE-PORT
    15th march 2010

    Dunkerque-Port's latest-generation website went online on Monday 15 March.

  4. Signature Charte UGPBAN

    UGPBAN and DUNKERQUE-PORT sign a partnership charter with farmers' associations in the Caribbean
    1st february 2010

    After 12 years of close cooperation between Guadeloupe and Martinique in the refrigerated carriage of bananas, Dunkerque-Port and theGuadeloupe and Martinique Banana Producers' Associations Union (UGPBAN) have decided to reinforce their partnership by signing a new charter. Bananas account for an annual tonnage of approximately 300,000 tonnes for Dunkerque-Port

  5. Réseau Ferroviaire au Port Est de Dunkerque

    DUNKERQUE-PORT CHOOSES EUROTUNNEL TO OPERATE AND MAINTAIN ITS RAIL NETWORK
    13rd january 2010

    To promote the development of rail services to seaports, the government order of 2 August 2005 transferred all port railway lines to the port authorities. The port of Dunkirk is now authorised to build and manage its own railway lines, the French Rail Network (RFF) being required to connect them to the national network.