Port in development
The Nieuwe Waterweg and the Botlek are being deepened to allow larger ships ever greater accessibility to the port of Rotterdam.
The most striking example of innovation and sustainable port development in Rotterdam is Maasvlakte 2.
The Rotterdam Food Hub is taking shape along the Calandkanaal at the entrance to the Maasvlakte.
The port area is always under development. We do this in cooperation with many different parties.
QUAY WALL CONSTRUCTION AMALIAHAVEN
Container volumes in Rotterdam are expected to continue to grow strongly in the coming years. To further strengthen its leading position as Europe’s largest container port, the Port of Rotterdam Authority is investing in the further expansion of the Prinses Amaliahaven located on Maasvlakte II.
The Port Authority is in a strong financial position to continue making major investments to optimise port infrastructure and realise social impact. In this interactive map you will find a selection of the current projects.
Port development Eemhaven
The Eemhaven in Rotterdam is undergoing a unique redevelopment. This historically valuable port area is being further adapted and expanded into a short-sea cluster.
HES Hartel Tank Terminal
Development continues on the Hartelstrook in the port of Rotterdam: the site of the future HES Hartel Tank Terminal. Parent company HES International is developing this tank terminal for the storage and transhipment of oil products and biofuels on the southern end of the Maasvlakte’s Mississippihaven port basin.