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Rotterdam dredge set to strengthen port accessability

Dredging work due to start later this month at the Port of Rotterdam will deepen a 500m stretch of the Amazonehaven port basin at...

Port authorities collaborate on automated shipping developments

Eight port authorities from around the globe have established the MASS (Maritime Autonomous Surface Ships) Port Network (MPN) in Singapore, it was announced today,...

Rotterdam introduces PIN-free container handling

Port of Rotterdam (PoR) Authority has announced that various parties will be launching a pilot project on the handling and the release of containers...

Kloosterboer kicks off construction of Cool Port II

Kloosterboer will begin the construction of a new state-of-the-art fully automated multi-customer high-rise cold-storage facility with a storage capacity of 60,000 pallets at City...

Rotterdam increases truck parking spaces

The total number of secure parking spaces for trucks across the area of the port of Rotterdam has increased, as the Maasvlakte Plaza truck...

Barge Transferium Maasvlakte launched in Rotterdam

Hutchison Ports ECT Rotterdam (ECT) and a consortium of inland terminals and barge operators launched Barge Transferium Maasvlakte (BTM) at the ECT Delta terminal...

Alsace Rotterdam Express adds a second RWG call

The Port of Rotterdam Authority has announced that the Alsace Rotterdam Express has added a second stop at the RWG terminal on the Maasvlakte...

Port of Rotterdam installs new rail bridge

The Port of Rotterdam Authority has announced the successful installation of the new arch bridge spanning the Thomassentunnel and the A15 and N15 motorways,...

Rotterdam World Gateway welcomes new equipment

Two new quay cranes arrived at Rotterdam World Gateway (RWG) on 23 April and are currently being offloaded, a 10-day operation, with the cranes...

Five week delay for virus effects on European ports

The coronavirus pandemic has significantly affected the Port of Rotterdam, which reported a 9.3% drop in first quarter throughput compared to the same period...
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