Topic: Rotterdam

Official launch of the Allseas Shipping Company

Following the success of the China Xpress service, Allseas Global Logistics has officially launched its new shipping line. The Allseas Shipping Company is the first British registered shipping line in 40 years. It specialises in...Read more
|Comment|author: Emma Dailey

Breakbulk Europe 2021 cancelled

Breakbulk Europe 2021 has been cancelled. Large scale events in Germany are still prohibited and these restrictions are unlikely to be removed in time for the event to take place, organiser Hyve Group states. The...Read more
|Comment|author: Adnan Bajic

Huisman designs submarine facility in Rotterdam

EquipmentPRESS RELEASE – Huisman has completed the design of its future submarine facility with a new submarine handling crane. With this facility in the port of Rotterdam, Huisman wants to enable three foreign bidding manufacturers...Read more
|Comment|author: Adnan Bajic

RHB adds second heavy-lift crane in port of Rotterdam

Heavy-lift terminalPRESS RELEASE – Rotterdam stevedore company RHB Stevedoring & Warehousing has bought a second mobile shore crane for loading and unloading of heavy-lift, offshore and project cargo. The company has purchased a Liebherr LHM 550...Read more
|Comment|author: Adnan Bajic

Port of Rotterdam handles more breakbulk in 2019

BreakbulkThe Port of Rotterdam handled 2.9% more conventional breakbulk in 2019 as a result of an increase in extra cargo packages, the port authority states. The growth is somewhat surprising as Europe’s leading breakbulk port,...Read more
|Comment|author: Adnan Bajic

New record for Rotterdam, but breakbulk remains flat

RotterdamThroughput in Rotterdam reached a new record in 2018 thanks to growth in container transhipment, but growth in breakbulk remained flat.  At 469.0 million tonnes, the port of Rotterdam’s total throughput volume ended up slightly higher...Read more
|Comment|author: Adnan Bajic