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Port of Rotterdam Geothermal energy research enters next phase

Shell Geothermal BV and the Port of Rotterdam Authority are together investigating the possibilities for geothermal energy in the Port of Rotterdam’s western section. The two companies have received an exploration permit from the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs for this. The subsurface has been mapped out thoroughly in recent years as part of the […]

Port of Rotterdam installs sulphur sniffer

An air quality sensor has been installed on Splitsingsdam at the Port of Rotterdam’s Maas Entrance to check Sulphur emissions from shipping, the port announced on 12 December 2019. The sensor was installed by the Human Environment and Transport Inspectorate (ILT) from the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management. It is an application with real-time […]

EU Commissioner Visits Port of Rotterdam

Cecilia Malmström, the European Commissioner for Trade, visited the Port of Rotterdam on October 15, 2019, to learn more about its operations, in particular, security and food safety standards. The Netherlands is the entry point for 40% of goods entering the continent and the Port of Rotterdam is the EU’s largest port.. Discover the Port […]

Port of Rotterdam Unveils Food Hub

Rotterdam has announced the establishment of the Rotterdam Food Hub, strengthening its position as a transit port for agricultural and fishery products

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