APM Terminals wants to double the capacity of its container terminal on Maasvlakte 2. The terminal must become larger, but also work more efficiently. The company has indicated that jobs may be at risk and plans to discuss this with its works council and trade unions....
Rotterdam container terminal APM Terminals Rotterdam (APMTR) in the Port of Rotterdam has a new owner. Hutchison Ports Netherlands announced that it was acquiring the terminal from the Danish company Maersk. The parties did not disclose any financial details....
The problems resulting from the congestion in the Suez Canal caused by the grounded container ship Ever Given could last ‘weeks to months’, says the Rotterdam container terminal ECT. This is because once the ships can pass through the Suez Canal again,...
The Princess Amalia Harbour will be further developed with some 2.4 kilometres of quays and earth-retaining walls. This will increase annual throughput capacity in the port of Rotterdam by four million TEU. Construction will be carried out by the HOCHTIEF, Ballast...
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