Haropa is the association of three ports all along the Seine: This is one of the largest port and industrial zones in Europe (for oil & containers traffic) providing thousands of hectares of industrial sites with highly developed transport network: road, rail, sea, river and pipelines. Ongoing industrial investments from world-sized companies; dense network of subcontractors, with reliable and qualified services; high degree of chemical training. Energy widely available with 3 existing power plants (2 nuclear and 1 thermal); 1 LPG terminal and 2 additional coal plants in project.
1 deep sea Port : Le Havre Port
1 inland port : Rouen Port
1 river Port : Ports of Paris
Core Sectors / Industries
It concentrates a big chemical activity. Indeed Haropa represents :
43% of the French refinery capacity
80% of the French production of additives and base oils. - Haropa is also known as the Lubricant Valley
30% of the French production of biofuels
35% of the French production of fertilizers
13% of the European styrene production capacity
30% of the French production of ethylene
50 % of the French production of plastics and elastomers
HAROPA results 2017
via this link a clip of 2 minutes with the HAROPA results for 2017
Relevant brochures for foreign direct investment in the Le Havre area
The Union of chemical industries brochure on SYNERZIP Le Havre. FDI brochures and information.
HAROPA elected “Best Seaport in Europe” and “Best Green Port
The port stakeholders and experts in the supply chain of the Asia Pacific zone have placed their trust again in HAROPA (the 5th port complex on the North-European range composed of Port of Le Havre...