In order to comply with ISPS code regulations to ensure the safety of the port facility, we have set up a 24-hour truckpark service. The terminal is part of a shared zone of the Grand Port Maritime de Dunkerque. This zone is under the responsibility of the port authority and is guarded 24 hours a day independently of the terminal itself. The terminal is delimited by the Flandres and Lorraine wharfs, as well as a fence. In addition to the regular rounds carried out on the terminal, the security guards also use a video surveillance system.
Restricted Access Area
The terminal is a restricted access zone - ZAR decree of 6th September 2011 of the Préfecture du Nord. Any person entering this area must be identified and recorded in a register.
- In order to load or unload containerized goods, the carrier must be in possession of an AP + document given by the Antenne Communautaire du Grand Port Maritime de Dunkerque. With this document, the carrier presents himself at the Porte No. 4 of the Grand Port Maritime de Dunkerque, and can then access the entry point for containers located about 500 meters in the ISPS zone of the Grand Port Maritime de Dunkerque.
- In order to unload or load non-containerized goods, the carrier must be in possession of an AP + document given by the Antenne Communautaire of Grand Port Maritime de Dunkerque. With this document, the carrier shall report to the Port 5889 address. Once there and registered at the guard post of the Terminal des Flandres he can then access the loading area which is located in the vicinity.
Visitors wishing to enter the terminal must first present themselves. They must be able to prove their identity when entering the terminal. It is also possible that security staff ask to check the inside the vehicle. The Préfecture of North’s Order of 9th May 2012 on the types of checks applicable in the restricted areas of the Grand Port Maritime of Dunkerque sets out he level of checks which are applicable.
Habilitation Request for ZAR Access
To travel inside the restricted area of the Terminal des Flandres: