Vows Ceremony 2021
A look back at 2020 :
- Nearly 8500 stopovers made,
- 69 million tonnes of goods processed
Marseille Fos proves its ability to face the health crisis and asserts its willingness to maintain the course of its investments.
The forward-looking Grand Port Maritime de Marseille-Fos is continuing its efforts in the ecological transition of the port. One of the port's main objectives is to improve the port's environmental footprint, and this is being achieved in particular through digitalisation.
The annual report on the activity of the Grand Port Maritime de Marseille was presented to the press on Tuesday 26 January by Elisabeth Ayrault, Vice-President of the Supervisory Board, accompanied by Hervé Martel, Chairman of the Management Board, and Chantal Helman, member of the Management Board.
Thanks to Priscilla Reig, presenter and Editor-in-Chief at EDITIONS JEAN DE PORTAL, Jean François Suhas, Chairman of the GPMM Development Board, and Jean-Claude Sarremejeane, President of Union Maritime et fluviale de Marseille-Fos, for their presence at this ceremony to wish the port a prosperous 2021.
At the Union Maritime et Fluviale Marseille-Fos (UMF) we are joining forces with the entire maritime logistics chain to collectively go ever further.
Video review of the 2021 wishing ceremony: