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Road transport

Port of Amsterdam has excellent road transport connections, thanks to its strong hub functionality. Schiphol Airport and the city of Amsterdam can be reached within 15 minutes.

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Excellent connections for road transport

The excellent road connections to the Amsterdam port region contribute to its strong hub functionality.

For short distances to and from the port of Amsterdam, transport by truck is an efficient option. Trucks deliver the cargo right up to the front door. Regardless of location or time.

For longer distances, transportation via water and rail is more attractive. The port of Amsterdam is situated right along the main highways. These are directly connected to Europe’s international road network.

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Hornweg loading plaza

A loading plaza is being developed on the Hornweg for heavy equipment such as trucks, cranes, lorries, battery packs and machinery. There will be a total of 28 loading bays, each with a load capacity of up to 350 kw. The loading plaza will also be equipped with a sanitary unit and a coffee machine. The loading plaza will be accessible from October 2024.

Do you have any questions about this? You can contact William Bos, Project Manager Infrastructure & Environment: 06-29536956 or Samantha Mannaert Commercial Manager: 06-23539968.

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Parking in the port area

The port area experiences a high volume of traffic, including vehicles on the roads. Drivers frequently park temporarily for loading and unloading purposes. This page provides detailed information on parking options and our collaborative efforts to maintain a safe and accessible port environment for all.

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Improved road transportation

With the Westrandweg (A5), Amsterdam Schiphol Airport is accessible within 15 minutes. The number of lanes of the Coentunnel, one of the entranceways to the port of Amsterdam, has increased from four to eight. This improved the connection by road to the Dutch hinterland.

Contact our expert

For questions, requests or more information on road transport.

Rob Smit

Rob Smit

Manager Railway transport