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New owner Rietlanden bids farewell to coals

Coals terminal Rietlanden, which was owned by the Japanese company JERA Global Markets, has been sold to Rhenus Group, a big logistics player in tranport and storage. In a joint statemnt, both companies confirmed this today. With the sale, Port of Amsterdam has secured there will be no more coal transhipment from 2030. The new owner will transform Rietlanden into a terminal where other types of non-fossil cargo will be transhipped. Rhenus and Port of Amsterdam will work this out further in the future.
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Port of Antwerp-Bruges and Port of Amsterdam join forces with Routescanner

From this week, Port of Antwerp-Bruges and Port of Amsterdam are offering Routescanner’s ‘Direct Connections’ on their websites. This service shows all available connections from the ports. Routescanner is the route planner for container shipping and shows not only the fastest container routes, but also the most sustainable.

Memorandum of Understanding signed between Irish firm EIH2, Port of Cork and Port of Amsterdam

A memorandum of understanding has been signed today between Ireland’s first green hydrogen company, EIH2, the Port of Cork and the Port of Amsterdam.
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First hydrogen bunkering license issued in the Netherlands

The first hydrogen bunkering license in the Netherlands has been granted within the port of IJmuiden, allowing Windcat Workboats to bunker the Hydrocat 48 with hydrogen in that port.
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duisport and Port of Amsterdam join forces in development of green hydrogen value chain and hinterland network

Port of Amsterdam and duisport will expand their long-lasting cooperation, as Markus Bangen, CEO at duisport, and Koen Overtoom, CEO at Port of Amsterdam, have announced that the ports will jointly develop the hydrogen value chain and their hinterland network. The CEOs have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to underline the commitment of their organizations to these shared goals.
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Impact of the war in Ukraine on the Port of Amsterdam

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has caused worldwide horror and protest. Both countries also have trade connections and relationships with the Port of Amsterdam. Europe’s decision to ban Russian ships and coal from Russia obviously has consequences for the Port of Amsterdam and its clients. We follow and support these sanctions.