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  1. DUNKERQUE-PORT: LAYS FIRST STONE OF NEW CROSS-CHANNEL TERMINAL

    DUNKERQUE-PORT: LAYS FIRST STONE OF NEW CROSS-CHANNEL TERMINAL
    24th april 2015

    Wednesday 22 April 2015 saw the official launch of work on the new cross-Channel terminal, when a ceremony was held to lay the first stone. The event took place in the presence of Dunkerque-Port’s CEO Stéphane Raison, Carsten Jensen, Senior Vice-President of DFDS Seaways and Henri Jean, Sub-Prefect of Dunkirk District, as well as the leading figures involved in the project.

  2. DUNKERQUE, PORTE DU NORD DE FRANCE POUR LES CÉRÉALES

    DUNKIRK: GRAIN GATEWAY OF NORTHERN FRANCE
    15th april 2015

    After the historic records of the 2013-2014 grain campaign (2.4 Mt) and the 2014 calendar year (2.3 Mt), the port of Dunkirk has seen the advantages offered by its operator and infrastructures confirmed with record traffic of 1.09 Mt in the first quarter of 2015, exceeding the last export record back in 1991.

  3. TRANSBO-EXPRESS

    TRANSBO-EXPRESS
    30th march 2015

    SHANGHAI – DOURGES AND SHANGHAI – LILLE IN 30 DAYS, VIA DUNKIRK AND THE NPS MULTIMODAL SERVICE

    LAUNCH OF THE «TRANSBO-EXPRESS» TRANSHIPMENT SERVICE: NON STOP SEA-TO-WATERWAY TRANSPORT FOR CLIENTS IN THE NORD-PAS DE CALAIS REGION

    Since the end of 2013 the combined waterway transport operator NORD PORT SHUTTLE (NPS) has run two rotations a week between Dunkirk’s container terminal (Flanders Terminal) and the inland port terminals of Lille (LCT) and Dourges (LDCT).

  4. EUROPEAN UNION PLEDGES FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR PROJECT TO IMPROVE ACCESS

    EUROPEAN UNION PLEDGES FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR PROJECT TO IMPROVE ACCESS FOR SHIPPING IN DUNKIRK’S WESTERN HARBOUR
    24th march 2015

    The European Union has decided to give €550,000 in funding for the technical design studies of the project to improve access for shipping in the Western Port of Dunkirk, in order to provide optimum conditions for the berthing of the world’s largest container carriers and Capesize ore carriers in the Port of Dunkirk.

  5. DUNKIRK CONFIRMS ITS IDENTITY AS A MULTIMODAL PORT

    DUNKIRK CONFIRMS ITS IDENTITY AS A MULTIMODAL PORT
    17th march 2015

    The share of alternative transport modes at Dunkerque-Port has reached 49%, an increase of 1% over 2013.