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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.

Special cargo of 83 meters long wind turbine blades through the Amsterdam port area

In July 2023, a very special transport took place in the Amsterdam port area. With the help of a convoy of trucks, wind turbine blades with a total transport length of about 95 meters per truck were transported. Quite a challenge, but it ran smoothly thanks to the collaboration between TMA Logistics, Van der Vlist and Port of Amsterdam.
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FincoEnergies ready to supply bio-methanol to the maritime sector, starting in Port of Amsterdam.

The maritime sector has just become one step closer to clean, emission-free shipping. A collaboration between FincoEnergies and the Port of Amsterdam has resulted in a permit for FincoEnergies to supply bio-methanol to maritime consumers within the Amsterdam port area.

Access car drop-off Veemkade adjusted

Until recently, it was not possible to return your car to the car drop-off pont in the IJhaven after 11 am. Skippers found this very annoying and we received several reports about this.

Mobile degassing facility in the Amerika- and Aziëhaven from October 2023

From October 2023, it will be possible for inland tankers at the Green Quay in the Amerikahaven and the public quay in the Aziëhaven to degas to a mobile degassing plant. A first step in the right direction.

New drinking water supply point on Haparanda Dam

In the third quarter of 2023, there will be a new drinking water supply point at the Haparanda Dam. There was already a drinking water supply point at the Haparanda Dam and in the Afrikahaven, but there was high demand for a second one. At this new drinking water supply point, there is no car drop-off area.