Set on Europe’s largest preserved estuary Atlantic Port of Bordeaux benefits from a great location right next to the Atlantic seaboard. At the gateway of Bordeaux, the port is the focal point of a dense multimodal communication network and deploys its activity in compliance with the principles of sustainable development. - 7 million tons traffic - 300 regular links with all 5 continents - 500 hectares available for industrial or logistic projects - 7 specialized terminals: > Le Verdon: industrial bulk, heavy lift cargo > Pauillac: cruises and petroleum products > Blaye: cereals, chemical products > Ambès: petroleum, chemical products, renewable energies > Grattequina: aggregates, heavy lift cargo > Bassens: containers, industrial bulk goods, cereals, oilseeds, forestry products… > Bordeaux: cruise ships The Port of Bordeaux contributes to the development and influence of its region. Leader on innovation, Atlantic Port of Bordeaux leads the PÉÉPOS project to accompany energy transition and co-build tomorrow’s industrial-port activities. The port also works to fully involve the general public and the region in its operations, activities and development through digital solutions. This process is enhanced by numerous partnerships between the port and the scientific community, universities, start-ups, large tech companies and more.