Successful business is what you do together.
Do you want to do business successfully? Build a sustainable future together? Then we share your vision. You can come to us for:
- storage and transhipment of cargo
- processing of cargo
- establishing your business
- expanding your business
- finding a company in the port
We want your company to function optimally. In a good location and with the right connections. In our periodic customer satisfaction survey, customers indicate that they appreciate our involvement and decisiveness.
MyPort: platform for services and tools
MyPort is the place where (ultimately) all online services and tools for customers and other relations of Port of Amsterdam run. Conveniently in one central place, with one login. The tools that are already there:
- Arrivals for arrival and departure times of vessels
- Lock Schedule for lock planning
- Applications for making applications, notifications and exemptions
- HAP vessels for vessels in the port that fall under Port Waste Plan
- Statement Inner harbour dues for submission of statement
- Portle for finding a company in the port of Amsterdam
Cargo storage and transhipment
Do you want to add value to your cargo? Then you've found the right place. The Amsterdam port is the fourth seaport in Western Europe. We are known for our good connections within Europe. All facilities are available for the storage and transhipment of your cargo. Whatever type of cargo it is. And where we add extra value is in processing your cargo. The Amsterdam region specialises in this.
Connections in Europe
Would you like to transport your cargo quickly and safely within Europe? The port of Amsterdam forms the ARA hub together with Rotterdam and Antwerp. This gives you good connections to the sea and the hinterland via water, rail and road. In Amsterdam we transport your cargo efficiently and as sustainably as possible. All without delay.
Settlement in the port area
Are you looking for a location for your company? For successful establishment or expansion? Then Port of Amsterdam is the right place for you. Whether you are an established distribution centre looking for opportunities to expand or a new innovative circular company. Together we will find the right location and guide you through the entire process. Welcome to Amsterdam!
Portle: your port guide
Do you also believe that we bring each other further by joining forces? Our business guide Portle will help you find companies in the port of Amsterdam quickly and efficiently. So you can easily find the right match for your business.
Customers have their say
Plastic recycling is a priority in Amsterdam. Companies such as Integrated Green Energy Solutions (IGES) are showing how to make plastic waste a leading business. General Manager Floris Geeris chose Amsterdam because of the support they received as a company from Port of Amsterdam.
Rederij de Jong
Digitisation is changing the logistics playing field and offering a world of opportunities. Together with the customer, we come up with smart solutions. Together with Rederij de Jong, for example, a tracking system has been developed for push barges. The result is 24/7 insight into where the push barges are located.
Port of Amsterdam wants to bring the manufacturing industry back to Amsterdam. The arrival of Feadship in the port is a wonderful addition. Jan-Bart Verkuyl, CEO Feadship Royal van Lent, indicates that Port of Amsterdam has a big vision on the table and they like it.
Synkero, a project development start-up, was launched during the European Conference for Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF). Synkero aims to develop a commercial plant for the production of SAF.
Samskip announced today that the company will start a new container service on the 25th of January, connecting the TMA Logistics terminal in the port of Amsterdam to the Irish port of Dublin.
The port of Amsterdam experienced a decrease in transhipment in 2020 for the first time in a long time. While transhipment was at a record high in 2019 at 86.9 million tonnes, in 2020 this number was 74.3 million tonnes, a 14% decrease, for the port of Amsterdam.
Alexander Kousbroek has been appointed Port of Amsterdam’s new Chief Financial Officer (CFO) effective 1 January 2021. He will be succeeding Michiel de Brauw, who is resigning from his position on 31 December 2020.
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Sustainable: an Amsterdam port with a small footprint. So that by 2030 we will be one of Europe's top sustainable ports. We are working hard to achieve this. And with results. Want to know more?
Innovation is in the DNA of Amsterdam. In this day and age, this mainly means devising and implementing digital solutions. We do this together. Do you want to know what we're working on now?