Euro Supply Chain 2023


Stand: B-14



Euro Rhein Ports, concessionaire of the Ports of Mulhouse Rhine (Ottmarsheim, Ile-Napoléon, Huningue Village-Neuf) The Mixed Economy Company with a single operation (SEMOP), Euro Rhein Ports, created on July 1, 2021, associates the SMO (concession grantor, 51%) composed of VNF, the local authorities and the CCI, the economic operator Alsaceteam (39%) and the Banque des Territoires (10%). It is responsible for developing and managing the Mulhouse Rhine Ports over the next thirty years. This new structure reflects the State's desire to modernize the governance of the ports with the aim of - To ensure the full integration of the ports in local and regional planning choices, - To ensure the unification of land at the service of port development, - To attract investors and traffic "makers", - To have sufficient investment capacity to accompany the development of activities in the port. - To combine the skills acquired in the past, the quality of management that is as close as possible to local interests, and the know-how and networks of professionals recognized at the European or world level. The mobilization of the competences of the economic operator Alsaceteam is thus one of the keys of the future strategy. The economic operator, Alsaceteam, sub-delegatee of the port handling Alsaceteam, a simplified joint stock company, associates partners with recognized economic capacities. - Swissterminal is the 90% shareholder; - 5% shareholder, HAROPA Port du Havre; - 5% shareholder, the Grand Port Maritime de Marseille. The strategy implemented Its ambition is to make the Ports of Mulhouse Rhine a strategic hub for container and bulk port traffic in the cross-border triangle between France, Germany and Switzerland, by developing the skills of the Economic Operator. It offers the prospect of strong development of the railways, particularly as regards links to the two major French maritime ports, the port of Marseille Fos and HAROPA. In particular, it will boost the hinterland connections of the Mulhouse Rhine ports thanks to new rail links optimizing accessibility to these areas. It will enable the Mulhouse Ports to benefit from integration into an international network, thanks in particular to the presence of DP World in the shareholding of Swissterminal. It also allows the development of land thanks to the specific expertise of the two major maritime ports that are members of the consortium. The SEMOP's investment program, worth €26.5 million, includes the construction of a rail terminal in Ottmarsheim and the construction of a bulk and container terminal in Village-Neuf.