More than €60 million of investment for Ports of Normandy in 2023 – Le Journal des Entreprises
After having invested nearly €435 million in its ports, from 2007 to 2022, Ports de Normandie (owner and manager of the ports of Caen-Ouistreham, Cherbourg and Dieppe) is continuing its momentum with its multi-year investment plan which plans to commit nearly 61 million euros for 2023. Several objectives are targeted by Ports of Normandy with this new investment campaign: to consolidate its position as cross-Channel leader to the west of the strait (project for a piggyback terminal in Cherbourg, extension of the cross-Channel terminal in Dieppe, study of the cross-Channel terminal in Caen-Ouistreham); become a major player in the development of marine renewable energies (MRE) in France (beginning of activity of the storage and pre-assembly hub for Hautes Falaises offshore wind turbines in Fécamp, start of work on the future maintenance base of the Dieppe – Le Treport). In addition, Ports of Normandy and Haropa will draw up a Norman floating wind power plan, in order to list the port needs expected by the sector (storage/assembly of floats, production of sub-assemblies of floats, logistics, etc.).