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Stevedoring, storage and warehousing. Storage of project cargo, metals and heavy lifts. Shore cranes upto 208 m/tons. Floating cranes up to 1,500 m/tons. Terminal: Waalhaven nz/oz.
Logo RHB Stevedoring & Warehousing
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Transhipment of dry bulk cargo in the ports of Rotterdam, Dordrecht, Moerdijk, IJmuiden and Amsterdam with floating cranes. Storage facilities available in the port of Amsterdam.
Logo Maja Stuwadoors Groep B.V.
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Dry bulk terminal operator. Handling, storage (open and closed) of dry bulk products (minerals, agri, coal, etc.). Two terminals, Europoort (18.00 - 16.00 m draft) and Sint Laurenshaven (13,85 m draft), and floating cranes.
Logo European Bulk Services (E.B.S.) B.V.
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BAM Wegen is an innovative company (part of the Royal Bam Group) for the complete realisation (design, build and maintain) of infrastructures in public and harbour areas (region Zuid-Holland).
Logo BAM Wegen Regio West
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International container and break bulk forwarding, customs formalities, container/road transport, inland shipping, terminal operations and stevedoring (short/deep sea), warehousing/distribution, ship's agencies.
Logo Rhenus Logistics B.V.
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STANDIC is the independent liquids tank storage company for (liquid) chemicals, mineral oils and biofuels.
Logo Standic B.V.
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The Kramer Group, with depot and terminal locations in the Waal-Eemhaven en Maasvlakte-Area is the specialist for container handling, storage, repair and transport (full and empty).
Logo Kramer Group
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Ro/ro ferry transport. Ferry transport for passengers and freight.
 
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Full service gateway for coal and iron ore.
 
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Since its foundation in 1966, ECT has expanded rapidly, growing into the leading and most advanced container terminal operator in Europe, handling most of the containers in the port of Rotterdam.
 
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ZHD is a privately owned, independent stevedore, operating in Dordrecht, Moerdijk and Rotterdam. Specialized in bulkhandling, warehousing, storage, container handling, coils, stevedoring services at clients' terminal.
 
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Ro/ro services between Rotterdam-Europoort to Hull and Teesport with a direct rail connection to/from Poland and Italy plus inland barge facilities for both containers and trailers.
 
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ARCADIS is an international company that delivers consulting, design, engineering, urban planning, architectural and project management services for infrastructure, environment, buildings and water.
 
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Mobile (port) equipment! Selfpropelled floating cranes; Road mobile and hydraulic harbour cranes. Stevedoring services by mobile equipment, also performing at clients' terminal.
 
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Handling (a.o. by magnet), distribution, storage of steelproducts and coils. Neobulk and general cargo. Gantry crane: 50 tons lifting capacity. Draft 8.40 mtrs. Railconnection. Ro-Ro.
 
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Broekman DistriPort is specialized in handling of steel and other metal products. Unique facility for Rotterdam: All Weather Terminal.
 
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APM Terminals Rotterdam is a container terminal operator, AEO-certified, part of A.P. Moller-Maersk Group. 100 hectares, 1600 m quay length and 3.2 million TEU capacity.
 
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OVET B.V. is a stevedore company with 4 floating cranes, 2 deepwater terminals (Terneuzen & Flushing) and possibilities for lightening in the whole ARA range. Keywords are quality and flexibility.
 
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CTT Rotterdam BV is a tri-modal container terminal with: - International shortsea and barge connections - Watertaxi to all terminals in Rotterdam / Antwerp - International rail services to various destinations in Germany, Poland, Norway and Hungary.
 
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The 2nd terminal in Rotterdam of APM Terminals is being developed at Maasvlakte 2: ultimately 167ha., 2,800m. deepsea quaywall, on-dock railfacility and 500m. barge quaywall. Capacity > 4,5 mill. teu, opening 2014.
 

(Seaport) terminals

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