Port of Rotterdam

Port of Rotterdam prepared for Brexit’s consequences

Following UK’s exit from the European Union on 31 January 2020, Port of Rotterdam expressed its concerns about its trade relationship with the UK. Depending on the terms agreed, the free trade will bring new formalities, tariffs, quality regulations and environmental standards.

EGS offers rail connection between Rotterdam-Nuremberg

European Gateway Services (EGS) recently informed that the Rotterdam- Nuremberg rail shuttle has been completed and is already calling at all the deepsea terminals, in Maasvlakte (1 & 2). Specifically, EGS offers rail connection among Rotterdam and Nuremberg in the state of Bavaria and conversely, three times per week.

Port of Rotterdam expands its relations with India

Port of Rotterdam will sign two Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) with India, appointed an office and also supported the establishment of a maritime university that will partner with Rotterdam’s institutions, marking the port’s joint initiatives with Indian parties.

Rotterdam blending and filling operates on Maasvlakte

The newly launched Rotterdam Blending and Filling boosts is the first complex on Maasvlakte to have a filling station to repackage liquid cargo supplied by tanker or tank container into smaller units, such as in drums or in increasingly popular intermediate bulk containers (IBCs) of a thousand litres.

Panama Canal partners with Port of Rotterdam in support of global trade

The Panama Canal signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Port of Rotterdam on promoting international trade between EU and the West Coast of South Africa. Both parties will be able to exchange expertise and knowledge on their technological capabilities, aiming at implementing digital tools and applications to enhance transport efficiency and cost reduction.

PCC Intermodal boosts railway connections from Rotterdam to Poland

The port of Rotterdam is well connected with the globe, being boosted by its rail sector; As such, PCC Intermodal train links Rotterdam and terminals in Frankfurt Oder, Kutno, Brzeg Dolny, Gliwice, Kolbuszowa and Poznań. The latter five cities are distributed across industrial areas in Poland. Thus, from April the train increased the frequency of this connection from seven to eight times a week.

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