Le Havre Reports 2011 Traffic Numbers

press release
Tuesday, January 24, 2012

68.5 million tonnes of annual overall traffic for the port of Le Havre.
 

With a combined total of 68.5 million tonnes processed (including ship supplies and bunkering), 2011 traffic for the leading port for the external trade of France reflects the context of the year itself – a strained economic situation for global markets and, for general cargo, a beginning to the year that was marked by important negotiations within the scope of the port reform implementation in France. Since 3 May 2011, the port of Le Havre has been emphasizing a new dynamic focusing on the criteria of reliability, competitiveness and the service quality customers expect to receive.
 

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