The Port of Amsterdam is among the most important energy ports in Europe. Port of Amsterdam is developing the port over the next few years into a sustainable energy hub. That will have consequences for our business model. The current model is based on port dues and land revenues. We are thus strengthening employment in and the economic growth of the metropolitan region. Thanks to its strategic location and unique facilities, Amsterdam is the ideal transit port for the north and east of the Netherlands and parts of Germany across a range of sectors. We remain committed to developing the Port of Amsterdam into a preferred port. To maintain an attractive business climate we aim to play an important role in the development and promotion of hydrogen. We are focusing increasingly on container logistics, positioning ourselves as a short-sea port. Port of Amsterdam also strives to make the port as predictable as possible. This includes developing digital innovations to optimise logistics.
Port of Amsterdam
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- Strategic plan 2021 – 2025 shared with the Amsterdam City Council
- Inland container shipping has wind in its sails
- Kick-off Network Circular ORAM in collaboration with Port of Amsterdam
- Port of Amsterdam is taking sustainable and circular building into use