Port of Rotterdam

18 Apr 2014
Container traffic in Rotterdam inched up just 0.3 percent in the first quarter, as Europe’s biggest container hub confronted continuing overcapacity in the Le Havre-to-Hamburg port range and changes in the container shipping sector.
Port of Rotterdam
06 Mar 2014
The port of Rotterdam said it’s missing out on almost one million standard containers a year because rival ports in Germany and Belgium, led by Hamburg and Antwerp, receive “unfair” financial support from their governments.
Port of Rotterdam
19 Dec 2013
The Port of Rotterdam’s container traffic shrunk 1.7 percent this year as continuing economic weakness across Europe froze total cargo volume at the continent’s largest port.
The Maersk Mc-Kinney Møller at APM Terminals Rotterdam.
20 Nov 2013
APM Terminals Rotterdam Maasvlakte I in the Netherlands has plans to enhance five of its existing post-Panamax cranes to a 23-container row reach...
Port of Antwerp
12 Nov 2013
North European ports are expected to see “relatively strong growth” in the first half of 2014, despite the “miserable results” forecast for 2013...
APM Terminals at Port of Rotterdam
31 Oct 2013
Rotterdam’s container traffic declined 1 percent year-over-year in the first nine months of 2013 as the impact of a sluggish European economy was compounded by the loss of traffic to its German rivals.
Spliethoff's Maasgracht vessel, an M-type ship that could be deployed on the new Cleveland-Europe freight service.
29 Oct 2013
The Port of Cleveland is in final negotiations with the Dutch company Spliethoff Group to run a global container service between the Great Lakes and Europe via the Saint Lawrence Seaway.
APM Terminals’ existing facility at the Port of Rotterdam.
24 Oct 2013
APM Terminals and Rotterdam dock unions have agreed on a labor contract for Europe’s biggest container terminal, which will open next year.
JOC CEO Gavin Carter and Steen Knudsen, regional chief operating officer for the Asia-Pacific at APM Terminals. Photo: Rhiannon James.
16 Oct 2013
SHENZHEN, China — JOC Group Inc., parent company of The Journal of Commerce and joc.com, on Wednesday recognized APM Terminals Yokohama as the world’s most productive terminal for 2012.
The chemical tanker Wilhelmine Essberger moored in Rotterdam in August 2012. Photo: TonyV3112 / Shutterstock.com
09 Sep 2013
The Netherlands’ port infrastructure has been ranked as the best internationally by the World Economic Forum...
The Maersk Mc-Kinney Møller is 400 meters in length, 59 meters wide and 73 meters in height.
19 Aug 2013
APM Terminals Rotterdam terminal in the Netherlands has welcomed the inaugural call of the 18,000 20-foot-equivalent-unit Maersk Mc-Kinney Møller, a Triple E vessel.
Terminal at Port of Rotterdam
16 Aug 2013
APM Terminals boosted second quarter operating profit to $179 million from $160 million a year ago even as traffic stalled in a growing global market.