An Exceptional Geographical Location - At only 2 hours from the most active maritime axis of the world

An Exceptional Geographical Location

At only 2 hours from the most active maritime axis of the world

Direct access to the sea, even for the biggest vessels in the world. In all weather conditions.

A first class structure to welcome vessels

Direct access to the sea, even for the biggest vessels in the world. In all weather conditions.

Terminal des Flandres : High Frequency of Maritime Links

High Frequency of Maritime Links

At to all parts of the world from Dunkirk

Direct multimodal connections: inland waterways, rail, road. Directly.

An Inland Network connected to the sea

Direct multimodal connections: inland waterways, rail, road. Directly.

An Operator to the Forefront

Terminal des Flandres is the container operator of the port of Dunkirk. Specialized in port handling, we offer tailor-made services in an optimized environment.

The site's infrastructure provides storage conditions for secure containers, with direct access to logistic warehouses. Connected directly to the motorway, railway and inland waterway networks, TDF also offers first class cold chain management. Efficiency reinforced by a social reliability established for more than 25 years.

From January 2018, Terminal Des Flandres will host the weekly Blue Stream service

49 HECTARES
OF FACILITIES

Terminal des Flandres : 49 hectares of facilities, an annual capacity of 600 000 EPV

With an annual capacity of 600 000 TEU, the Terminal des Flandres has state-of-the-art equipment for reception and handling.

DIRECT CONNECTION
Road • Rail • Inland Waterway

Direct Connection - Road - Rail - inland waterways

From the sea to the land, the Terminal des Flandres is connected to the inland waterways and railway networks, and is close to road accesses.

A TEAM
AVAILABLE & REACTIVE

On board or on docks Handling, Stuffing, storage… Port logistics is our business.

On-board or dock handling, loading/unloading, storage ... Port logistics is our business. Welcome to Dunkirk