What ties entrepreneurs to the Port of Moerdijk is: room. Moerdijk offers them the room to grow, to expand into new markets, to realise sustainability goals And: to truly choose. To choose for sea or inland shipping, railway shipping, pipelines or transport by road.Read more
The Port of Moerdijk is surprisingly versatile. Over 400 companies do business from the port area, ranging from chemical companies to logistic service providers and manufacturing companies. Having no less than 4 modes of transport at their disposal, you can reach the entire world from Moerdijk.Read more
Each year, about 2,000 ocean-going vessels and 11,500 inland waterway vessels make use of the excellent transshipment and storage facilities at Moerdijk. There are no waiting times at Moerdijk Port and, because of the excellent location and multi-modal transport links, there is no congestion.Read more
Moerdijk Port is important for the community. For the preservation and the growth of employment opportunities. For the vitality and quality of life of the region. At the same time, port activities place a burden on the local environment. The port authority wants to maintain the balance between 'people, planet and profit'. Thus the growth of the port and port-related activities always go hand in hand with investments in the quality of life and in nature. Only in this way can the port grow responsibly.Read more
Logistiek Park Moerdijk offers space for large-scale storage and distribution and for value added logistics. The first companies are expected to establish themselves at the logistics park in 2021.
The arrival of Logistiek Park Moerdijk (LPM) is good news for the port authority. It not only means an expansion of our port and industrial area. Moerdijk as a multimodal hub will also receive a strong boost.
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Due to increasing sustainability and environmental performance, the Port Authority of Moerdijk received the ECO Ports PERS Certificate from the European Sea Ports Organisation in 2020.
This certificate shows that the Port of Moerdijk meets all requirements related to sustainable development and environmental protection.
The port areas of Rotterdam and Moerdijk have a rich animal life. Director Willem Berents is working hard to make a nature film about this.
Berents is known for the much-discussed cinema film De Nieuwe Wildernis about the Oostvaardersplassen. The filmmaker is fascinated by the rich biodiversity in port areas.
The film, which will be in theaters in 2021, is called "Wild Port of Europe". Click here for more information about the film.
Established during the 1960s in the Rhine and Meuse rivers’ estuary, the Port of Moerdijk is developed and administered by the Moerdijk Port Authority, a semi-governmental organisation. Location3 spoke with Ferdinand van den Oever, the Port Authority’s CEO, about Moerdijk today and what to expect for its future development.Read more
In the first Cluster Energy Strategy (CES) Rotterdam-Moerdijk, six key projects have been selected that are a catalyst for the energy transition in the region. They are also essential for the national economy and our country’s future earning capability. A workgroup of representatives of Deltalinqs, the province of Zuid Holland, the Port of Moerdijk Authority, Stedin, and the Port of Rotterdam Authority (chairman) analysed the future energy flows andRead more
Five years after developing their first location in the Port of Moerdijk, MM Metal Recycling BV is expanding. The Dutch subsidiary of Mitsubishi Materials Corporation and Hanwa Co. Ltd. will build new warehouses next to the existing European collection and inspection point for E-scrap. The new buildings will be mainly warehousing incoming and outgoing cargoes, they will be on a plot of almost 3 hectares.Read more