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New fixed berths for barges in Rotterdam

The five new fixed berths for barges along the Maas end of Isle of Brienenoord are ‘good to go’. The project, a Port of Rotterdam...

Port of Rotterdam explores autonomous navigation

It is not a question of whether but when autonomous navigation will be introduced. In order to prepare the Port of Rotterdam Authority for...

Market initiatives to assist containers’ transport

Port of Rotterdam Authority welcomes initiatives from companies including BCTN, Kramer and Waalhaven Group for more efficient transportation of containers between the Port of...

The Rotterdam Experience Tour

The Rotterdam Experience Tour is taking place on Thursday 27 September and Friday 28 September 2018. The Port of Rotterdam Authority organises this event...

Rotterdam port: “Europe’s gateway to the world”

Anyone who’s ever visited the so-called “land of tulips” knows that the Netherlands has much more to offer than just cheese, windmills and cycling....

Leading port authorities to face global warming

The Port of Rotterdam Authority is pleased to announce the launch of the World Ports Climate Action Program. In this new international initiative, the...

Port of Rotterdam hosted Russian guests

Last week some 80 representatives of Russian terminals, shipping companies and other maritime and logistics firms paid a visit to the port of Rotterdam....

Record container shipment arrives in Rotterdam

Wednesday, 5 September 2018 was the arrival of the Mumbai Maersk in the port of Rotterdam. The 399-m long vessel was carrying a record...

Safe berths for barges in Rotterdam

The Port of Rotterdam Authority is developing five permanent berths for barges on the Maas side of the Eiland van Brienenoord. The location has been...

Dutch participation in a Brazilian port

As shareholders in the Port of Rotterdam Authority, the Municipality of Rotterdam and the Ministry of Finance have approved the participation in the Port...
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