Commercial port

05 46 43 19 28
Maison du Port
141 Boulevard Emile Delmas
Atlantic Port La Rochelle is the 6th largest sea port in France, 1st largest sea French port for forest products and paper pulp imports, 2nd largest sea French port for cereal exports. Total traffic 2013 : 9 702 521 million tons, 4,4 million of which are cereals, 2,8 million are refined oil products, 860 000 tons are forest products and more than 700 000 tons for agricultural bulks and industrial products. A good geographical location and facilities provide the port with: Great nautical advantages: Only deep sea port on the French Atlantic Coast with 5 berths up to 14,5 meters deep Nautical access is sheltered by the surrounding Ré and Oléron Islands, Quick access: 45 minutes of piloting, Access and operation 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. A compact and modern site: 3,969 meters of docks, all connected to the national rail network, Direct road access (dual carriageway), 233 ha of harbour area, 310 ha of maritime area, 42 ha of dockyards, 10 ha of warehouses. The Port of La Rochelle currently generates 730 million Euros of added value per year, and employs 2,000 staff on site. Objective: 10 million tons of annual traffic in 2015