Rotterdam World Gateway (RWG) container terminal has decided to equip its entire quayside with shore-based power for all vessels. The first berths are expected to be equipped with shore power from 2026 onwards. The RWG terminal is already fully automated and CO2...
Although throughput fell by 6.1 per cent in 2023, the Port of Rotterdam’s financial results were stable. Last year saw major investment decisions that are contributing to making the port and the logistics chain to and from Rotterdam more sustainable. Total cargo...
A floating solar park of around 80 hectares could be built on the “De Slufter” dredging depot on the Maasvlakte in the Port of Rotterdam. Interested parties can now view the tender documents and apply for the tender. The lease agreement enabling the double...
Boudewijn Siemons (59) has been appointed CEO of the Port of Rotterdam Authority effective 1 February 2024. He succeeds Allard Castelein, who took leave of the Port Authority last summer. Since then, Siemons has served as CEO on an interim basis in addition to his...
The recent disruptions at the Red Sea entrance are anticipated to exert additional strain on the container terminals in January 2024. However, the overall impact on the port of Rotterdam’s throughput is projected to be minimal. The Port of Rotterdam Authority...
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