Atelier de production de Traiteur de Paris, près de Fécamp

Food industry

5 reasons why choosing Le Havre

The West of France, Europe's largest food industry region

  • Normandy, 3rd region of France in numbers of jobs
  • 740 factories including many major groups : Orientis, Labeyrie Fine Food, Ferrero, Nestlé, Danone, Lactalis, Agrial
  • Turnover of € 6.2 billion / year
  • Leading region for cream, butter, fresh and soft cheeses, 1st region for cider, 3rd region for the fish industry and for tea and coffee processing
  • Less than 400 km from Brittany and the Loire Region, respectively the 1st and 2nd French food industry regions (Cattle, pig, poultry and rabbit farming, grain, lettuces, cauliflowers, artichokes, tomatoes, vegetables and pulses…)

  • 200 km from Rungis international market, more than 1.62 million tons a year of food produce and 18 million consumers supplied
  • 20 million consumers less than 200 km away
  • Port of Le Havre, 1st French port for reefer traffic

  • France's largest port for foreign trade, container traffic and coffee imports
  • 1st world port for wine & spirit traffics: more than 1 billion bottles handled in 2015, 52 dedicated warehouse
  • 550,000 m² chilled or frozen storage capacity (between -26°C and 15°C) and 3,000 reefer sockets for refrigerated vehicles and trailers
  • 3 sugar silos with total capacity of 45,000 tons - a new silo currently in building to level the capacity to 60,000 tons  
  • Unique in France: veterinary, phytosanitary and customs authorities together on the same site  
  • 50 reefer-specialist freight forwarders
  • 100 container or conventional haulage companies
  • Laboratories for microbiological and physicochemical analyses
  • Connections to more than 600 ports, via 75 regular shipping lines
Container ship near the port of Le Havre
Port of Fécamp
  • The Port of Fécamp, 500,000 tonnes a year handling capacity
    • 25,000 m² of storage yards

    • 25,000 m² of storage sheds

    • Criée de Fécamp (fish auction): more than 3,000 tonnes of fish in 2016

    • Traffic types include animal and vegetable oils, beet pulp, seed crops, cereal crops and frozen fish
  • HAROPA (EIG of the ports of Le Havre, Rouen and Paris) : foremost European port for grain exports
  • Pan-European multimodal transport network
    • 130 ports connected by shortsea and 40 countries served

    • More than 60 rail services a week, to 15 destinations

    • 500 km of waterways, more than 40 services a week

    • Annual handling capacity of 300,000 TEU via the multimodal terminal

Brownfields and sites adapted for processing activities

  • Agri-food factory in excellent state near Fécamp

    • 2,000 sqm building on 5,700 sqm plot

    • Production unit equipped with several cold rooms

    • Storage and packaging space

  • Conditionning unit, near Fécamp
    • Building complex of 16,000 sqm
    • Former packaging centre offering storage space and offices

  • Parc Frigo”, for reefer logistics into Le Havre Industrial Port Area
    • Logistics park dedicated to chilled or frozen storage capacity

    • 20 ha greenfield available for new warehouse construction

    • 3,000 reefer sockets

  • A selection of properties for your setup: view those that meet your needs at www.implanteo-lehavre.com

Benedictine complex, near Fécamp
Traiteur de Paris workshop, near Fécamp

A productive labor basin

  • A labour market of 350,000 residents
  • 74 schools and training centers in Normandy offering post-A-level training in agriculture & food industry
  • Professional licence “Formulation and industrial development of food products” at Le Havre University
  • Proximity to UniLasalle, an international reference training centre for agriculture, agri-food, food-health, environment and geosciences
  • Among the local courses: Bioindustries Processing, Food Science and Technology, Engineering Biological option Food and Beverage Industries, Maintenance of industrial equipment, Maintenance of production systems, Laboratory Quality Control, Bioindustries and Biotechnologies, Adaptation of Packaging and Design, Sales engineering for Food and Beverages, Transport and Logistics Services, etc.

Partners for innovation

  • AREA Normandie, Normandy food industry sector
  • Valorial competitive cluster (Brittany, Loire Region, Normandy)
    • 309 members (two-thirds of them industrial)

    • 353 innovation projects labelled by the cluster since 2006, with a total of € 590 million invested in R&D

  • Normandy French Tech Smart industries label
  • Nov&atech: Normandy cluster dedicated to innovative uses of biomass
  • Vol-V Biomasse project in Fécamp (2017): capacity to recycle 20,000 tons of agricultural and food-industry substrates
  • Estener: the only factory in France producing biofuel from inedible animal waste
  • Agro-hall, a technology resource centre dedicated to the food and cosmetics sectors
  • Experts to implement optimized and innovative logistics
Olvea laboratory, near Fécamp

They have chosen Le Havre

Olvea, Delpierre (Labeyrie Fine Food), Traiteur de Paris, Café Légal, Slaur Sardet, Orientis Gourmet (Kusmi Tea and Lov Organic teas), Danone Baby Nutrition Africa & Overseas, Chocolat Hautot, Cedilec, Valois (rhums HSE)…

 

 

Key figures

 

  • 3rd region of France
  • 20 million consumers less than 200 km away

 

Your contact

 

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Frédérick Bernard

Industrial business developper

+33 (0)2 76 40 23 35 – +33 (0)6 59 81 33 71

f.bernard@havre-developpement.com  

Une toile alimentaire locale pour la CODAH

Connaitre les relations et les flux en matière d’alimentation– des producteurs aux consommateurs finaux – pour optimiser le système alimentaire local et faire émerger de nouvelles opportunités économiques locales : l’Agglomération du Havre (CODAH) et ses partenaires la chambre d'agriculture de Seine-Maritime et l'IUFN (International Urban Food Network) mettent en place une toile alimentaire locale, retenu dans le cadre du Programme National pour l’Alimentation du Ministère de l’Agriculture.

 

L'enjeu de cette toile alimentaire : géolocaliser les acteurs jouant un rôle dans la dynamique alimentaire locale (producteurs, transformateurs, transporteurs, distributeurs et consommateurs) et identifier les flux alimentaires existants entre eux.

 

Pour ce projet innovant, la CODAH s'appuie sur l'expérience de l'AURH – Agence d’urbanisme de la Région Havraise - dans l'animation de la toile industrielle® pour optimiser le système alimentaire local et identifier des opportunités de développement : plateforme logistique alimentaire ou des outils de transformation des produits agricoles...