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  1. News item 20-06-2019
    Expansion of inland shipping freight bundling in North West Central Corridor

    The inland terminals CTU in Lelystad, HOV Harlingen and Westerman Multimodal Logistics in Hasselt joined the North West Central Corridor in June. This partnership of deep-sea terminals, inland terminals and inland shipping companies on the Amsterdam-Utrecht-Rotterdam route was established in... read more »

  2. News item 20-06-2019
    Film premiere on the plastic hub in the port of Amsterdam

    Plastic waste is a global problem. Its solution is found in the port of Amsterdam. Several companies have joined forces as a 'plastic hub' and are able to use new technologies and innovations to recycle and upcycle more and more types of plastic. read more »

  3. News item 11-06-2019
    Norwegian Cruise Line Homeports in Amsterdam for the First Time

    Norwegian Cruise Line, the innovator in international cruise travel, celebrates its first season of cruises from the Netherlands, Amsterdam with the European debut of Norwegian Pearl, growing the brand’s presence to six ships in the region for the first time. read more »

  4. News item 11-06-2019
    Three questions to Steffan Haver of IBB Kondor

    The Lock Operation Centre (SOC) is almost finished. The outer facade of the main building has been completed. An emergency staircase and a steel platform will be installed after the summer. Shortly after the summer, the local control buildings will be clad with the same sturdy, ribbed facade as the... read more »

  5. News item 11-06-2019
    Letterbox cofferdam as connecting element

    The name says it all: the letterbox cofferdam is narrow and deep. OpenIJ hired a special crane to excavate it. The cofferdam is needed to connect the lock gate chamber with the lock sill of the outer head. Planning Engineer Rick Kleiterp explained what it is all about. read more »

  6. News item 11-06-2019
    Creating safety together

    On an average working day, some 500 people are working on the construction site of the large sea lock in IJmuiden. This means that many activities take place in a relatively small area. Jutta Leibfried is safety manager at OpenIJ and, together with her safety team, is committed to the safety of all... read more »

  7. News item 11-06-2019
    Towing the IJmuiden lock gates

    The lock gates arrived at the port of Amsterdam at the beginning of this year and the completion work is now in full swing. After completion, a testing period will be run at OpenIJ Logistics Centre in Amsterdam. Then the gates will be transported back to IJmuiden where they will be manoeuvred into... read more »