Three French ports merge into new giant – sets aside USD billions for investments

Three French ports of the cities Le Havre, Rouen and Paris now merge into one new giant, to ensure that the ports remain globally competitive in the future. More than USD 1.6 billion will be invested to develop and expand the new port complex.

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A new port giant will soon emerge in France, where three ports are being merged into one under the name Haropa.

From June 1, the ports of Le Havre, Rouen and Paris will be under the same company.

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