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Le Havre bulk plot

Le Have port authority (GPMH) has called for expressions of interest in a plot of land located at the back of the existing Multivrac (multi-bulks) terminal along the Grand Canal Maritime du Havre, in order to set up dry bulk handling activities.
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The area, occupying around 29-ha, has been used for coal handling, storage and distribution, but this activity ceased at the end of 2015. It is rail-linked and is also connected to the A29 motorway and the Pont de Normandie.

Bidders may bid for all or part of the plot, although the minimum contiguous parcel is 10-ha. Various tariff structures are available, depending on the investment by the tenant and GPMH.

The site is partially paved and includes conveyor belts and a loading weighbridge, lighting installations, electrical transformer, fuel oil storage tank, office and a purification plant. Interested parties may bid to rent all or some of these installations.


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