“It was a considerable challange to make the Holland Heineken House in London a success. It is always a complex logistic project and a race against the clock. The Olympics in London was our biggest Holland Heineken House event yet. Over a hundred thousand visitors got the Heineken experience we wanted to extend. For the logistics of this large-scaled event we searched for a contracting party which was skilled and flexibel. And above all, a company which takes the customer's wishes to heart. Because that was what we needed the most. Practice showed that Port of Amsterdam and its partners fit the bill. Port of Amsterdam can be seen as first-rate one-stop-shipping."
Dennis Hogenboom, Senior Sponsor Manager, Holland Heineken House 2012
The port of Amsterdam is one of the world’s key international hubs. It’s a component of the largest airport-seaport-city’ combination in Europe. A place where air and seaborne cargo come together, both transport of goods as well as passengers.
For 750 years the Port of Amsterdam has been offering the world its experience and know how as a break bulk centre. From New York to Tasmania and St. Petersburg to Capetown, you will find our influence everywhere.
Amsterdam is a very important hub for break bulk. With dedicated terminals it facilitates various customers with a wide range of cargo, resulting in a import and export throughput of 5.2 million tons each year. Not only are various break bulk goods handled, stored and transshipped in the port of Amsterdam, a quantity of the commodities is also processed in the port area.
Overview breakbulk terminals
Take a look at the overview of our breakbulk terminals.
Several deepsea container vessels and feeders sail from Amsterdam to ports across the world. The port of Amsterdam is an important player in the container market in Northwest Europe, providing excellent facilities and space for growth.
Overview container terminals
Take a look at the overview of our container terminals.
Clusters & contact
For an optimal market approach the Commercial Division of Port of Amsterdam manages five clusters: Energy, Logistics, Minerals, Recycling & Agribulk, Real Estate and Cruise. Logistics, breakbulk and containers are bundled in the cluster Logistics. For more information you can contact:
|Michael van Toledo||Ants Tilma|
|Commercial Division, Cluster Logistics||Commercial Division, Cluster Logistics|
|Tel: +31 6 836 39 722||Tel: +31 6 513 35 991|
|Commercial Division, Cluster Logistics|
|Tel: +31 6 108 09 421|