Communiqués de presse

  1. 338_PERS certification

    DUNKERQUE-PORT GAINS "PERS" CERTIFICATION FROM EcoPorts NETWORK
    7th june 2018

    In line with the commitments of the PA2D (Sustainable Development and Action Plan), Dunkerque-Port has just received the EcoPorts network's PERS certification (Port Environmental Review System), granted by the ESPO (European Sea Ports Organisation).

  2. 337_CAP2020_EN

    CONTINUATION OF "CAP 2020" PROJECT FOR NEW CONTAINER DOCK
    22nd may 2018

    Dunkerque-Port is a major player in goods transport and the economy of the Hauts-de-France region. It enjoys an ideal geographic location in norther Europe on one of the world's busiest seaways, large land reserves, and a potential market of 80 million consumers; as well, its good accessibility and high-quality infrastructures enable it to berth very large ships such as latest-generation container carriers.

  3. 336_Norlink_Ports_NPS_EN

    DEVELOPMENT OF NORD PORTS SHUTTLE NETWORK IN THE HAUTS-DE-FRANCE REGION
    18th may 2018

    Since its launch in October 2013 the combined waterway transport service NORD PORTS SHUTTLE (NPS) has continued to grow. Originally plying between Dunkirk, Lille LCT and Dourges LDCT, the service had already been extended to the port of Béthune last November.

  4. 334_SNF_setup_Prefecture

    SNF FLOERGER TO SET UP IN DISTRICT OF GRAND PORT MARITIME DE DUNKERQUE
    16th march 2018

    The French group SNF Floerger is a global player in the chemicals industry. For the last three years, including one year of intense technical studies, it has been studying the possibility of setting up a new production plant in the Port of Dunkirk, and it has now taken a decisive step in making its investment decision.

  5. 332_Flander_Terminal_Extension

    DUNKERQUE-PORT CONTINUES WORK ON FLANDERS TERMINAL EXTENSION
    13rd march 2018

    Container handling in the Port of Dunkirk takes place mainly at the Flanders Terminal. The activity continues to grow steadily, with numbers increasing from 200,000 TEU in 2010 to 375,000 TEU in 2017.

    In February 2017, to maintain this development and ensure that the world's largest container carriers can be berthed in all sea conditions, the Port of Dunkirk, as Project Owner, launched the building of the Flanders Terminal Extension.