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  1. Press release 11-01-2018
    Transhipment at North Sea Canal ports hits record of 100 million tonnes

    Transhipment at North Sea Canal ports hits record of 100 million tonnes lees meer »

  2. News item 22-06-2017
    Port of Amsterdam all set for LME packages

    The arrival of two Gantry ship-to-shore cranes in the Port of Amsterdam today will see a long-held wish of the Port become a reality: strengthening the position of the terminals in the ferrous and nonferrous metal markets for both short and deep-sea cargo. lees meer »

  3. News item 22-05-2017
    ACM calls port industry’s attention to competition rules

    The Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) launched a campaign in the week of 15 May to draw the attention of port businesses to competition rules. Port businesses in Rotterdam and Amsterdam have received information on the principal competition rules. ACM has also designed an online... lees meer »

  4. News item 12-05-2016
    Breakbulk Europe 2016: Larger port collective and stronger position

    ‘Breakbulk Europe’, one of the most important annual European breakbulk exhibitions, took place again in Antwerp from 23 to 26 May 2016. This year, Port of Amsterdam was present at the joint ‘Port of Amsterdam’ stand together with Amsterdam Ports Association and 14 partners from the port area. lees meer »

  5. News item 26-04-2016
    VCK Group breaks ground for fourth All Weather Terminal

    In 1998 Port of Amsterdam honorably welcomed the establishment of the world’s first ‘All Weather Terminal’. A terminal where sea going vessels, carrying weather-sensitive cargo, can transfer their freight on or into other modes of transportation, in all weathers. And today, 18 years later, VCK... lees meer »

  6. News item 14-03-2016
    Seajacks Scylla ship arrives for extension off shore activities in the port of Amsterdam region

    Seajacks is a British shipping line with multiple work vessels. The Scylla is the latest gain, built by Samsung Heavy Industries. On 14 March she had her maiden call in IJmuiden lees meer »

  7. News item 05-10-2015
    Conquest Offshore chooses Amsterdam as home port for 1,400 tons heavy lift crane barge

    Dutch offshore operator Conquest Offshore has appointed the port of Amsterdam as the home port for its unique heavy lift crane barge: the Conquest MB1. The barge, which has a lifting capacity of 1,400 tons, will settle itself today in the Cacaohaven. With the arrival of the Conquest MB1, the... lees meer »