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Bolloré is integrating ESG issues into its development strategy. From the direct impact of its activities to the indirect impact linked to the execution of its services, the company is innovating to reduce its carbon footprint and preserve biodiversity. This is demonstrated by the implementation of the "Green Terminal" certification program for its port terminals, audited by Bureau Veritas.

Our ambition

The involvement of private sector companies is crucial in responding to common issues. Bolloré Ports, which operates port concessions on three continents, took the expectations of its ecosystem into account at a very early stage in order to act responsibly throughout its value chain.


Directeur Général Ports et Terminaux de Bollore Ports

Our commitment

We have undertaken to equip our terminals with an entirely new certification process: "Green Terminal". We are pioneering this new certification, which is based on simple fundamentals in line with the Bollore Ports CSR (corporate social responsibility) policy to further reduce our carbon footprint.

The 8 fundamental pillars

Bolloré Ports' Green Terminal label is based on eight fundamental pillars. We have defined very precise criteria that cover all current environmental concerns and the actions to be taken to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.


Classification and scoring

The label is applicable to all new terminals and those that have been modernised or extended. The methodology will be applied to all container terminals and the scoring will give 4 levels of certification. Terminals that do not obtain a minimum of 50% will not be able to be certified Green Terminal.