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Port of Amsterdam
T +31 20 523 4500
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What does Port of Amsterdam do?
On behalf of the Municipality of the City of Amsterdam Port of Amsterdam manages, utilises and develops the Amsterdam port: more than 1,900 hectares of port area (port sites, quays, roads, railways, ditches and green areas) and 600 hectares of waterways. Port of Amsterdam seeks to be a reliable port directing economic activity and employment in the Amsterdam port region in a sustainable manner. The Amsterdam port region comprises the ports of Amsterdam, Zaanstad, Beverwijk and Velsen/IJmuiden.
Port of Amsterdam has three main tasks:
Port of Amsterdam is the fourth port in Europe and seeks to be a smart port with sustainable growth being its key ambition. Growth that should provide jobs and incomes, whereby the port uses the available space efficiently. Growth without damaging
the quality of the water, soil and air. Growth that should make the people of Amsterdam even prouder of the port area referring to it as being interesting and attractive. To this end Port of Amsterdam plans to work closely together with partners in the business community, the city, the region, at a national and international level.
Port of Amsterdam participates in 2g@there in order to invest in relevant contacts and relations with port- and logistics related organisations. It is the objective of the Port of Amsterdam to offer our port management expertise for port development purposes in order to create better trade relations with Europe and Amsterdam. We look for cooperation based
on added value for both parties. Our deliverables in such cooperation are various: specific knowledge and services related to hinterland, multi-modal, environment, innovation, master planning, port development and port management.