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Port of Amsterdam’s terminals and warehouse companies with their excellent hinterland connections and experienced personnel are suitable for the storage and transhipment and transit of non-ferrous metals packages.
Specialised terminals and warehouse companies
Port of Amsterdam’s specialised terminals, which include breakbulk and all-weather terminals, are excellent locations for the storage and transhipment of non-ferrous metals. All warehouse companies, many of which already have ample experience in commodities, such as cocoa and steel, are ready to serve you with their experienced personnel.
Excellent hinterland connections
With its central location and excellent hinterland connections, Port of Amsterdam enables its terminals and warehouse companies to provide fast, efficient, reliable and sustainable services to their customers.
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Port of Amsterdam has made progress in obtaining a LME certification (London Metal Exchange) in 2018. This means that Amsterdam, after LME certifications of warehouse companies, will be listed as a goods delivery point for aluminium, aluminium alloy, lead, nickel, tin, zinc and other non-ferrous metals, and strengthens its position in ferrous and non-ferrous metals.
New possibilities with new, biggest sea-lock of the world
The port always seeks opportunities to become smarter, faster and cleaner.With the realization of the new and biggest sea-lock of the world in 2022 (500 meters long, 70 meters wide and 18 meters deep), the port of Amsterdam will be ready to welcome more and bigger ships at the same time. This new lock also offers more capacity 24/7 hours a day, tideless, safe, time efficient and more flexibility. The time to consider new possibilities is now. We welcome you at the port of Amsterdam!
Updates on non-ferrous metals
Press releaseVCK Group commissioned its fourth covered cargo terminal in the Suezhaven in Amsterdam today. The All-Weather Terminal 4 has... read more »
News itemThe arrival of two Gantry ship-to-shore cranes in the Port of Amsterdam today will see a long-held wish of the Port become a... read more »
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