Do you want to transit freight efficiently and sustainably by water, rail or road? This can be done quickly to and from Europe via the port of Amsterdam.
Reliable freight transit
The port of Amsterdam is an important international, multimodal logistics hub. Freight arriving in the port by ship, rail or road can be efficiently transported to the hinterland. And vice versa, of course. The port of Amsterdam guarantees reliable transport of any type of cargo. So yours as well.
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New possibilities with new, biggest sea lock of the world
500 meters long, 70 meters wide and 18 meters deep. In 2022, the largest sea lock in the world will open.
This will enable the Amsterdam port to receive even more large ships at the same time. The new lock will be tidal independent, safer, more efficient and more flexible. And offers better capacity 24/7.
The time has come for new opportunities. Welcome to Amsterdam!
Intermodal transport: efficient and sustainable
The terminals in the Amsterdam port area are connected to a large intermodal network of rail, road and inland waterways.
In this way you can easily and quickly offer door-to-door transport in the Netherlands and the rest of Europe. Without congestion and therefore without delay.
Intermodal traffic by water and rail is sustainable and energy efficient. We therefore encourage these forms of transport. For example, we support various (international) projects to further advance sustainable intermodal transport.
Plan your intermodal route online
You plan the transport of your cargo very easily with our intermodal planner.
In this online planner you can see the possible intermodal routes to almost all locations in Europe. From more than 11,000 direct connections you will find the optimal route for you.
Port of Amsterdam is part of the Logistics Alliance. This is an alliance of 18 different parties from the business community, industry organizations and infrastructure managers. The Logistics Alliance forms a large network of Dutch organizations that have joined forces to strengthen trade and logistics.