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Zenith Energy Terminals and German company INERATEC to develop plant for e-fuels in the port of Amsterdam

Zenith Energy Terminals, one of the largest storage terminals in the port, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with German company INERATEC to construct a Power-to-Liquid plant in the port of Amsterdam. A Power-to-Liquid plant converts renewable energy (power) to a sustainable fuel (liquid). The plant has a planned annual production capacity of 35,000 tons and will be located on the terrain of Zenith Energy Terminals. The plant will be operational by 2027.
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Retrospective: Agent Dinner 2023

On Tuesday 21 March, it was again time for our annual event: the Agents' Dinner. The programme consisted of a substantive plenary section followed by a convivial dinner. The presentation focused on MyPort and the replacement rail track at Noordersluis.
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Digital applications now even easier on MyPort

In March, we implemented an improved version of the Applications module in MyPort. Through this module, agents arrange permits, waivers and submit notifications for vessel trips.
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New: PACT service for terminals and agents

PACT is a new service on the online port portal MyPort for outgoing sea vessels from agents and terminals in the Amsterdam port. After a successful pilot last year, a robust version of PACT was built this year. By 14 April 2023, PACT will be ready for use.
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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.

Extra waiting place and extension of jetty

From now on, there we will an additional waiting place for coupled push barges. This waiting berth will be an extension of the current waiting berths along the Houthaven breakwater.