HAROPA - Port of Rouen simultaneously hosts two Technip vessels: the North Sea Atlantic and the Deep Explorer. These two vessels dock regularly in waiting station in Rouen, before joining the wharf of the company TechnipFMC, located on the banks of the Seine at the Trait.
The consignment department of the company Promaritime International has taken over the double call of two vessels operated by oil services group. The Promaritime teams take care of all the needs of the ship, such as bunkering
Groupe PROMARITIME International has join the management of the amateur football club CMSO in Oissel, which is recognized as a training club, an actor of Normandy football and a breeding ground for great players.
CMSO is very active with 600 licensees, educators and volunteers serving the club.
The PROMARITIME International Group has agreed to participate in this sporting adventure - with the qualities it finds in its professional activities for the team spirit with the motivation and common search for victories and especially the respect of the Other with the fairplay required.
This modern cargo carrying components of wind turbines landed at the port of Dieppe Friday, February 9, 2018.
The E-Ship stays on average four days at the dock. 4 cranes, 3 truck sets, 2 pilot cars and 2 forklifts are needed for unloading. 35 people are mobilized by the company PROMARITIME which is in charge of operations management.
Promaritime option in 2011 was to set port services and facility within the port of Dieppe, to allow a reliable and efficient manoeuvring range and logistic for power wind generators and easier inland busing to power area sites.
This challenge turns to be very successfull, resulting numerous wind generator cargo ships to call the port of Dieppe within the last five years.
Promaritime is very pleased to be parntering with ENERTEC to encourage such new port activity based on long and reliable term.
Maritime sugar traffic is back in Rouen on the Quai du Bassin aux Bois (QBB). On 4 October, the bulk carrier Michelle C, under the name Promaritime and handled by Somap, docked on the left bank to load 10,900 tonnes of sugar destined for Haiti, or 218,000 50-kilo bags. There had been no such vessels at Robust, a subsidiary of Sénalia, since December 2013. This first export from the Rouen terminal follows the end of the European sugar quotas on September 30, 2017.
To enable this recovery of traffic, Sénalia / Robust has made investments on its terminal. "The site was sort of dormant, but it worked, says Gilles Kindelberger, CEO of Sénalia. We carried out 60 000 t of annual bulk tanker traffic for local manufacturers. We have reinvested on the terminal for trafficking in conventional bags, BIBO * factory ships and bag containers. For the most part, the modernization concerned not only PLCs, but also bag weighing systems, as well as the installation of a new hoe (**) to reach a loading capacity of 60 containers per day. We are very optimistic for the future and hope to eventually reach a volume of 250,000 tonnes of sugar per year. "
The whole staff of Promaritime Group wants to warmly thank his customers and partners for the loyalty and confidence they brought during year 2017.
Promaritime International continues its development, installing brand new officies in Charles de Gaulle, Marseille, Abidjan and Libreville.