SIFA Group
Leader in overseas territories

Since the creation of the Group in 1951, we have been assisting companies in the management of their goods flows. As a responsible player in overseas and international freight transport, we contribute every day to the development of the territories. How do we do this? By creating infrastructure and sustainable jobs.

Efficient infrastructures

Our priority is customer satisfaction.

That’s why we are improving our infrastructure around the world, investing nearly 10 million euros each year to provide our customers with even more efficient solutions.

Digital services and security

We attach great importance to the development of our IT systems and digital products. The youthfulness of our teams paves the way for innovative work where everyone contributes their ideas to ambitious and complex projects. SIFA aims to provide a smooth and simple experience of its digital services and we systematically take into account customer feedback to make improvements.

The security of our systems is paramount at SIFA. Most of our applications are created in-house by our own developers and are secured to allow you to use them with complete peace of mind. The data is hosted on our servers which are monitored 24/7 and audited daily to detect any possible vulnerabilities.

The history of the SIFA Group

In April 1951, SIFA specialized in importing fruits from the West Indies from Metropolitan France, hence the acronym SIFA “Société d’Import Franco-Antillaise”. As a family business, we have developed strong relationships with our customers and our teams; and we have gradually expanded our mastery of maritime transport and international trade to make it our expertise and our business.

SIFA has become one of the leaders in overseas freight transport and a trusted logistics partner in all international territories. Because we are a service provider, we make customer satisfaction our priority.

The dates of creation of our SIFA agencies :

From 1984 to 2005: Martinique, Guadeloupe, New Caledonia, Guyana, Reunion, Saint-Martin.

From 2006 to 2012: Rouen, Fos-Sur-Mer, Mayotte, Miami, Tahiti, Le Havre, Roissy, Lyon, Los Angeles.

From 2013 to 2020: Nantes, Singapore, Senegal, Ivory Coast, Toulouse, Australia, New Zealand, Bordeaux, Strasbourg.

From 2021 to today: Lille, Madagascar, Villejust (new headquarters), Canada, Marseille, Germany.

400 million

in revenues by 2023

30,000 TEU

chartered by sea/year

4700 tons

chartered by air/year

Our CSR approach and its challenges

Our CSR approach extends to all the territories where we are present and is based on 4 major axes :

  • Demonstrate ethics in our daily practices
  • Act as a responsible employer
  • Minimizing the impact of our activities on the environment
  • Contribute to the general interest through our actions

Our logistics platform in New Caledonia, built in compliance with HQE (High Environmental Quality) standards.

Our 2024 gender equality index

SIFA scored 85 points out of 100, broken down into :

  1. pay gap: 35 points out of 40
  2. individual increase gap: 20 points out of 20
  3. promotion gap: 15 points out of 15
  4. percentage of employees receiving a raise on return from maternity leave: 15 points out of 15
  5. number of employees of the under-represented sex among the 10 highest earners: 0 points out of 10.


SIFA is keeping a close eye on the pay gap indicator, with the aim of further improving it and achieving an even higher result.

This approach is in line with the Group’s CSR policy, which is based on a multi-year program of actions designed to make it more effective.

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