Cranes Change Power

Heerema and the Port of Rotterdam Authority are proud to announce that Heerema Marine Contractors’ largest crane vessels, Sleipnir and Thialf have officially switched from using their engines to using shore power in the Port of Rotterdam. [+]

Rotterdam studying more shore-based power

The Port of Rotterdam Authority and the municipality of Rotterdam want shore-based power to be available in the container, cruise, and liquid bulk sectors. To this effect, studies have commenced at the terminals of Hutchison Ports ECT Rotterdam (ECT), APMT2, Vopak, and Cruiseport Rotterdam.These companies are closely involved in the ... [+]

Rotterdam new power strategy for sea-going vessels

The Municipality of Rotterdam and the Port of Rotterdam Authority are working together on the joint rollout of shore-based power for sea-going vessels in Rotterdam. By 2030, they want a significant share of sea-going vessels to ‘plug in’ once they have moored along one of the port’s quays. This will ... [+]

Port of Rotterdam Authority signs investment agreement

On October 24th Allard Castelein, the CEO of the Port of Rotterdam Authority, and Camilo Santana, Governor of the Brazilian state of Ceará, signed an investment agreement regarding the Port of Rotterdam Authority’s participation in the development of the port of Pecém.  The agreement sets out how the Port of Rotterdam ... [+]

Port of Rotterdam Authority starts construction of Container Exchange Route

The Port of Rotterdam Authority has started constructing the infrastructure for the Container Exchange Route (CER). The CER will link the deep sea container terminals, empty depots, rail terminals and distribution companies at Maasvlakte. The goal of this project is to reduce exchange costs between the various companies and further ... [+]

A New Deep Sea Port for Indonesia

The Port of Rotterdam Authority has signed a partnership agreement with the Indonesian Port Corporation Pelindo I in Medan, North Sumatra for the development of the new deep sea port Kuala Tanjung. The Port Authority will now carry out a feasibility study for the new port together with Pelindo I. A ... [+]

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