Logistics at the service of the customer
Today, 80% of the cereals marketed by Cerevia are sold “delivered to factories and ports”.
Cerevia provides storage and logistics for its customers, with a permanent concern for quality and responsiveness of service.
Cérévia builds its logistic flow (mainly rail and river freight) by relying on the major shipping silos of the union’s cooperatives.
From the north of Burgundy and all along the Saône-Rhône axis, these facilities contribute to the development of an efficient and reactive logistics flow.
Cerevia’s logistics are based on
Since 2010, a rail logistics partnership is engaged with the operator Europorte. 300 to 350,000 tons per campaign are transported by train to Fos-sur-Mer and other French ports.
Our rail freight partner
It is the backbone for Cerevia’s exports to the Mediterranean basin. The wide-gauge corridor from Pagny (Côte-d’Or) to Fos-sur-Mer is about 550 km long, a distance covered within 48 to 72 hours by the bargemen.
Fos-sur-Mer, an essential platform for the Mediterranean
Inaugurated in 2010, the multimodal facilities (rail, river, sea) of Fos-sur-Mer open the door to the Mediterranean basin for the cereals of Cerevia’s cooperatives.
The site’s storage capacity was doubled in the fall of 2015, optimizing grain preparation work and the loading of large-volume vessels.
- Basin of 6 meters of draught.
- Unloading station for barges (E-Crane and Potain cranes)
- 2,000 tons each, in convoys of 4,000 tons
- Unloading capacity: 400 tons / hour
Storage silo of 60 000 Tons
- Concrete structure equipped with a gravity drain
- Handling at 500 tons/hour
- 750 meter conveyor belt linking with the Gloria dock with a throughput of 1,000 tons / hour
- Unloading of 320 rail convoys per year at 400 tons / hour
Gloria Marine Wharf
- Basin of 12 meters of draught
- Gantry crane for loading ships of up to 40,000 tons at 1,000 tons/hour
Tellines River Wharf