At a glance 

Europorte: diversification and sustainable growth

Europorte is present across the entire rail freight transport logistical chain, from collecting and routing on on national networks, i.e. primary and secondary lines, via its subsidiary Europorte France, to the loading / unloading of wagons on the private connections to industrial sites, management of railway infrastructure (ports, private industrial and semi-public sites) in France, but also in Belgium via its subsidiary Europorte Services aswell as railway ground operations at the Frethun (Pas-de-Calais) and Dollands Moore (Kent) yards and traction of some rail freight trains in the Channel Tunnel via its subsidiary Europorte Channel.

Europorte jointly operates its various activities, which are very complementary, in order to offer its customers a wide range of services as well as complete and customised solutions, meeting their expectations for integrated logistics chains and high-quality of service.

A profitable business model

En 2019, Europorte achieved an increase in both its activities and profitability. This improvement is the result of a strategy which has prioritised productivity over volume. Europorte recorded a significant growth in annual revenue, up 4% to €126M despite the difficult end to the year impacted by SNCF strikes and achieved a substantial EBITDA of €24M. Europorte recorded a positive net profit before tax, confirming the profitability of this activity.

A solid performance in 2019
7.5M

net tonnes of goods transported

€126M

revenue, an increase of 4%

3.6%

reduction in greenhouse gas emissions

Complementary activities

  • Traction of rail freight trains
  • Railway infrastructure manager and logisitics
  • Railway ground operations and traction of freight trains in the Channel Tunnel
Europorte in 2020:
1st

private rail freight operator in France

20%

of the revenue made on the international market

828

employees of Europorte as at 31 December 2019

A unique culture, an innovative global offer

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Europorte France: c.170 trains in commercial operation hauled each week

Handling of 10,000 freight wagons with a fleet of 75 main lines locomotives and 280 train drivers.

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5
Europorte Services: 40 industrial sites, 6 largest ports, 8 feeder networks

on which Europorte operates railway and logistics services and manages railway infrastructures.

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5
Europorte Channel: railway ground operations on 2 yards

at Frethun (Pas-de-Calais) and Dollands Moor (Kent) and traction of rail freight trains in the Channel Tunnel.

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5
Europorte activity: 5 fundamental values

Safety, quality of service, punctuality, transparency and digitalisation.

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Europorte: the most environmentally-friendly mode of transport

TK'Blue certified and awarded the 2019 eco-responsible transport trophy from the international labelling and rating agency of transportation