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  • News item 23-10-2020
    Port of Amsterdam opens sustainable and ‘circular’ building
    The new building where Port of Amsterdam's technical staff, planners and part of the operational staff will be based opened this week. This completely ‘circular’-built building replaces the current building on Capriweg.
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  • News item 15-10-2020
    TMA Logistics & the logistics for Wind Farm Fryslân
    If you want to know all about containers, cargo transhipment, intermodal transport you need look no further than TMA Logistics. And offshore wind projects are nothing new to the company either.
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  • Press release 12-10-2020
    Samskip expands short sea network with liner service Grangemouth - Amsterdam
    This past Saturday, the ms Vanquish of multimodal logistics company Samskip was welcomed at TMA Logistics in the port of Amsterdam. This reception marked the start of a new container liner service between the Scottish port of Grangemouth (owned by Forth Ports) and Amsterdam.
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  • News item 07-10-2020
    Appointment of Head Cargo & Offshore
    Alma Prins was appointed head of the new Cargo & Offshore cluster as of 1 November.
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  • News item 01-10-2020
    Wesco IJmuiden is lending a helping hand with Wind Farm Fryslân
    With no fewer than 89 platforms, Wind Farm Fryslân will be supplying hundreds of thousands of households with green energy. Construction is in full swing.
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  • News item 30-09-2020
    Satisfaction with communication and information has risen again
    Every six months, Rijkswaterstaat examines the satisfaction of local residents, companies and other stakeholders and interested parties with the information and communication of the new sea lock project at IJmuiden. Over the past six months the report marks for Rijkswaterstaat and building consortium OpenIJ have risen again.
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  • News item 30-09-2020
    Three questions to Graham Wastell from Silver Star Agencies
    The new sea lock that is now being built will replace the IJmuiden North Lock. This new 'front door' for the area around Amsterdam has many advantages. Companies in the region are preparing for the moment when the lock will be put into operation.
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  • News item 30-09-2020
    The logistics centre has been relocated
    The OpenIJ Logistics Centre is the place where all materials for the construction of the new sea lock are stored. Initially, the centre was located in Amsterdam's Western Port Area, but recently the site has been relocated and the materials have been stored close to the lock complex.
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  • News item 30-09-2020
    A dredged-out lock chamber
    In 11 weeks’ time, 600,000 m3 of sand has been dredged out of the lock chamber by cutter suction dredger ‘Biesbosch’. The lock chamber is now at a depth of 19m below NAP. The bottom of the lock will be made of gravel and concrete which, when completed, will give the lock a maximum depth of 18 metres.
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  • News item 30-09-2020
    A name for the new sea lock
    In July, the municipality of Velsen and Rijkswaterstaat launched a competition campaign for the naming of the new sea lock at IJmuiden. And with success: The municipality of Velsen received almost 5000 responses!
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