Marseille Fos Port (Grand port maritime de Marseille) is the main trade seaport of France. In 2011, the port had an overall traffic of 88 million tons. It was also one of the 15 world’s largest cruise ports and the fifth-largest in the Mediterranean. It has two main sites: in northern Marseille from La Joliette to l’Estaque as well as in Fos-sur-Mer, about 50 km (31 mi) north west of Marseille. The port generates 41,500 jobs has an annual turnover of €169.5 million and a traffic of €4 billion according to an OECD study. The port is the biggest French port, the third biggest Mediterranean port and the seventh biggest European port, transporting 79 million tons of goods in 2019, making it the 41st port in the world.
Grand Port Maritime de Marseille-GPMM (Marseille Fos Port Authority)
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