Transportation and logistics

Bolloré Transport & Logistics

A major international transport and logistics operator

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Leading content, media and communications group

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Electricity storage and systems

Blue Solutions

Committed player on the crossed challenges of the urban mobility and the carbon free economy

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The Group

Founded in 1822, the Bolloré Group is one of the 500 largest companies in the world. Listed on the Paris Stock Exchange, the majority interest of the Group’s stock is always controlled by the Bolloré family. This stable majority control of its capital allows the Group to develop a long-term investment policy.
Thanks to a diversification strategy based on innovation and on international development, it now holds strong positions in all its activities around three business lines, Transportation and Logistics, Communication, Electricity Storage and Systems.

Key figures


employees in
130 countries


billion euros in 2020 (Operating income)


billion euros in 2020 (Revenue)


billion euros (Shareholder’s equity) in 2020

Combined general meeting
Wednesday, May 26, 2021 at 10:00

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  • Financial information for the first quarter of 2022
  • The Bolloré Group signs an agreement with the MSC Group for the sale of Bolloré Africa Logistics



Message to shareholders

“I know I can count on all the people who make up our Group. I would like to thank them for their remarkable commitment and resilience in 2020.”

Bolloré Group celebrates its 200 years !

In 1822 in Odet, Jean Guillaume Bolloré and his brother-in-law Nicolas Le Marié laid the first stone of the paper mill they had designed and financed. 200 years later and still controlled by the same family, the small Breton company has become one of the 500 largest companies in the world.

The stability of its shareholding enables it to pursue a long-term investment policy. Thanks to its diversification strategy based on innovation and international development, the Group now holds strong positions in its three activities: transport and logistics, communication, and electricity storage and systems.