Maasvlakte container interchanges

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The container exchange route interconnecting all Maasvlakte I and Maasvlakte II container terminals and depots will not be operated or manag...

Hutchison in ITF firing line

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The ITF (International Transport Workersโ€™ Federation) is challenging Hutchison Ports Holdings (HPH) over its behaviour at port facilities ...

Marcor on the Maasvlakte

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Marcor Stevedoring, a Steinweg affiliate, is building an agribulks facility on the Hartel strip at Rotterdam's Maasvlakte I...

Rotterdam up 6.8% in 1H/2015

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Growth was primarily driven by mineral oil products (+29.7%), but container numbers increased by 3.7% in unit terms to 6.238M TEU (3.739M co...

Rotterdam jobs talks

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All sides in the Port of Rotterdam have agreed to do their utmost to avoid compulsory redundancies among ECT dockers...

Jobs challenge at Maasvlakte II

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A minimum of 200 and perhaps up to 800 dockers' jobs will go in Rotterdam by 2019 on account of the two new automated terminals at Maasvlakt...

New lock for Terneuzen

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Flemish minister Ben Weyts (Mobility and Public Works) and Dutch minister Melanie Schultz van Haegen (Infrastructure and Environmental Affai...

Dockers’ protests at the RWG gate

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Around 200 Rotterdam dockers, from various companies, have this morning (Friday, 16 January) blocked the main entrance of the Rotterdam Worl...

MARSTAL MAERSK at APMT, MVII

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The 18,300 TEU Triple-E vessel is the largest yet to call the new Maasvlakte II expansion of the Port of Rotterdam...

M2 blow to ECT

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ECT will lose at least 400,000 TEU/year as MSC shifts its east-west traffic to APM Terminals Rotterdam on Maasvlakte I...