As a key contributor to Reunion Island’s economic vitality, Grand Port Maritime de La Réunion is committed to continually improving its activities and services. This quest for excellence is achieved through the motivation and training of Port Reunion employees, as well as the high technical and environmental standard of its infrastructure.
Port Reunion employees
Grand Port Maritime de La Réunion is :
Port Reunion also generates more than 4,800 direct and indirect jobs on the island.
8 sustainable development goals to protect the environment and develop the port area
Grand Port Maritime de La Réunion has undertaken several initiatives to ensure balanced development of its activities as well as risk prevention and preservation of natural heritage.
2019-2023 Strategic Plan and its environmental assessment
Fight against erosion with the setting up of an expert committee consisting of the French Centre of Studies and Expertise on Risks, Environment, Mobility and Development (CEREMA), the French Geological Survey (BRGM), the Division of Environment, Development and Housing (DEAL), the Municipalities of Le Port and La Possession, and the West Coast Inter-Council Partnership (TCO). This committee defines and validates the actions required for better coastline management.
A technical and economic feasibility study of the Rear Port: to guarantee the coherence and relevance of the economic programming of the Rear Port, TCO and Port Reunion have drafted a common outline of their strategic vision for the development of this area.