CORSICA linea, the regional shipping company heading for the Mediterranean

Three strategic pillars at a modern shipping company's service

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Born in 2016, CORSICA linea counts 1100 collaborators in average. Under the french flag, CORSICA linea is the first french sailor employer in the Mediterranean. It is one of the first shipping company major on this zone with the development of two sectors of actvities : the shipping of passengers and freight. Its headquarters is based in Ajaccio. From Marseille, the company takes care of the shipping to Corsica. Its 8 ships fleet ( 2 ferries and 6 freighters mixed) serves the harbor of BastiaAjaccioL’Ile-Rousse and Propriano ensure the lines toward Algeria and Tunisia. 

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From the beginning of its history, CORSICA linea has resolutely traced its path on the road to sustainable development. This company project, which has been accelerating significantly over the past year, is based on 3 pillars - customer satisfaction, energy transition, societal commitment.

Symbolized by its imprint declined for each of our 3 founding axes, our commitment reflects the essential bond of trust that our company strives every day to weave and strengthen towards our employees as well as towards our freight and passenger customers and all stakeholders with whom we work daily between Marseille and Corsica.

Building this relationship of trust involves:

• the inclusion of our company in an economic sustainability, which is becoming ever better and more concrete thanks to the care that our teams, on board and on land, bring to our customer service – before, during, after the crossing. Because constantly reinventing the onboard experience that we offer our customers is the very essence of our mission;

• the constant improvement of the energy performance of our vessels with a view to preserving the environment and in the context of a major public health issue;

• the development of our territorial roots, for the benefit of the socio-economic development of the territories served.