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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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Bilbao and Amsterdam Sign Agreement to develop new European Renewable Hydrogen Corridor

Yesterday, Port of Bilbao and Port of Amsterdam, together with the Energy Agency of the Basque Government (EVE), Petronor, SkyNRG, Evos Amsterdam and Zenith Energy Terminals, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to join forces for the development of a renewable hydrogen corridor between Bilbao and Amsterdam. The corridor will focus on the maritime route between the two ports. His Majesty the King of the Netherlands Willem-Alexander, the Dutch Minister Rob Jetten and the Spanish Minister Teresa Ribera attended the signing ceremony as official witnesses.
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European award of shore power Cruise Port Amsterdam (CPA)

On May 10, Port of Amsterdam awarded the contract for the realization of shore power at Cruise Port Amsterdam (CPA) to Powercon A/S and with BAM as subcontractor. Both the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water management and the European Commission granted subsidies for this project.
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Windplanblauw and the logistic journey from the port of Amsterdam

The third wind farm to be facilitated from TMA Logistics in the Amsterdam port after Westermeerwind and Fryslân, Windplanblauw involves 61 brand-new wind turbines around the cities of Lelystad and Dronten.
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H2A consortium takes next step in realizing a European import chain for green hydrogen

Last Friday, Ramon Ernst (managing director Evos) and Eduard de Visser (director strategy & innovation Port of Amsterdam), on behalf of the H2A consortium, handed over the blueprint for the import of one million tons of green hydrogen via the port of Amsterdam to Diederik Samsom, Head of Cabinet of Vice President of the European Commission Frans Timmermans.
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Windpark Fryslân: world’s largest shallow water windfarm

Blades, towers, hubs: all kinds of wind turbine parts have recently been transported via the port of Amsterdam to the construction site of the Netherlands' largest shallow water windfarm: Windpark Fryslân. In October, the last turbine left the TMA Logistics terminal in the Amerikahaven. The windfarm - of 89 turbines in total - is now completely finished.