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Marfret, at the heart of exchange

Fascinating activity, maritime transportation demands deep involvement from its stakeholders and daily decision-making. Each participant in the transportation chain, from the captain to the shipping agent and handler, has a role to play in staying on course and steering the company safely to port despite storms.

With the globalization of the economy, maritime trade is booming thanks to containerization, port modernization, and regular shipping routes.

While major shipping companies use increasingly large vessels, leading them to focus on major ports and then rely on feeders to transship goods, Marfret, on the other hand, prioritizes direct calls to ensure the best service: security and timeliness.

Extremely well-positioned on major North/South maritime routes, Marfret has patiently built its regular line routes with broad global coverage and over 80 ports of call.

With its containers, Marfret provides an integrated and multimodal end-to-end service.

Marseille Fret, the company’s original entity, guarantees a very high level of reliability for the vessels operated by Marfret.

Shaped by a culture of openness and adventure, the company has always seized development opportunities, like its original activity of “tramping,” which involves picking up abandoned cargoes.

In the era of globalization, Marfret proves that it is possible to build common solutions with ports, port communities, and shippers. 

 

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MARITIME

REGULAR LINE

A company specializing in regular container lines, Marfret offers you a fully integrated maritime service (ships, agencies, handling) on its shipping routes covering a wide geographic area: the Mediterranean, North Atlantic, Caribbean, and South Pacific. Our routes prioritize direct stops and fixed schedules to ensure the best service for you.

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REFRIGERATED MERCHANDISE

REFRIGERATED MERCHANDISE

Always seeking innovation, Marfret has developed expertise in reefers across all its maritime routes, providing you with a fleet of next-generation containers for optimal transport of your temperature-sensitive goods under controlled temperature.

100,000 tonnes

Bulk waste transported per year

PROJECT CARGO

Marfret has established SMIS (Specialized Maritime Industrial Services), a department dedicated to designing customized transport solutions for your industrial projects and/or special packages.

45 000 TEUS

international transported per year

TRANSPORT INLAND

As a recognized player in inland waterway and intermodal transport on the Seine axis, Marfret Inland Services has developed massified logistics solutions dedicated to pre- and post-transportation of international containers.

Our solutions optimize your goods flow at the heart of the Seine axis corridor, providing a reliable and ecological answer to port congestion and road network congestion.

Marfret Inland Services designs tailor-made transport solutions specifically adapted to your needs:

- A river shuttle between Port2000 and our Rouen Hub platform, enabling a reduction in storage times

- Warehousing space allowing for reduced parking costs

- River or rail transportation to/from the Paris region, closest to distribution centers.

News

25 April 2024

MARFRET ANNOUNCES THE BUILDING OF A 1,900 EVP VESSEL.

The ceremony for cutting the first steel plate took place on March 26 at the Guangzhou Wenchong Shipyard.
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25 April 2024

MEET US AT FRUIT LOGISTICA – BERLIN, 7-9 FEBRUARY 2024

Marfret invites you to Berlin from February 7 to 9, 2024, for the Fruit Logistica business meeting.

4 April 2022

Marfret stands by its ukrainian seamen

On 24th February last, Yuri, Petro and Oleksander were at sea. At their posts aboard their respective Marfret vessels, the...