Nantes - Saint Nazaire
The port of Nantes Saint-Nazaire provides importing and exporting companies in the Greater West regions with local services that optimize the supply and distribution chains. For all types of traffic (liquid bulk, dry bulk, general cargo), it offers a range of regulatory services (customs, veterinary, phytosanitary, etc.) and logistics services (warehousing, bagging, order picking, etc.).
The sites developed and under development represent a total area of 1,300 hectares. Port areas, terminals and logistics platforms, located near Nantes and Montoir-de-Bretagne airports, are connected to national road and rail networks.
With an annual traffic of around 30 million tons, Nantes Saint-Nazaire is the first port of the French Atlantic coast. The port sites of Nantes Saint-Nazaire welcome each year more than 3 000 ships calls.
For containerized traffic, the port offers services to the West Indies, the West coast of Africa and the Indian Ocean. Through European transhipment ports, it is also integrated with the main feedering networks and connected to more than 400 ports around the world.
The port of Nantes Saint Nazaire has:
- an area of 28 hectares dedicated to container traffic.
- a linear platform of 950 m
- 4 gantries
- 2 cranes
- 8300 m² of covered warehouses
MARFRET IN NANTES SAINT NAZAIRE
For 20 years, Sogebras has been Marfret’s line agent in Nantes Saint Nazaire. Two of Sogebras' employees are exclusively dedicated to the Marfret service.
Two major Marfret’s lines are served each week: French West Indies with direct call loading Montoir and Brazil-French Guiana via a feeder connection to Le Havre. Three destinations are mainly served from Montoir: Pointe à Pitre, Fort de France and Degrad des Cannes. Other destinations are possible either direct (South America line) or via FerryMar (French West Indies service).
Through its integration into the company Sogebras, the agency can offer other services such as handling, customs, storage, stuffing and unstuffing.