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Setting up a business in the port

Your point of contact for advice on property and development

Are you considering setting up business in the port of Rotterdam with port-related activities or services? There is a wide range of possibilities in terms of office space, business premises, warehouses and other industrial property. In addition, various areas have been designated for development. The Port of Rotterdam Authority is the manager, developer and operator of the port and industrial area and can provide tailor-made advice. The Port Authority is your direct point of contact for:

  • Information about the entire range of possibilities for establishing businesses in the port
  • Assistance in finding suitable office space, business premises and other property in the port
  • Expert guidance during the process of setting up
  • Advice on preconditions such as permits and facilities

Find suitable office space fast with the Port Navigator

Search and find business premises and office space based on criteria such as area surface, parking facilities and location.

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Waalhaven. Spot on for port business.

Are you looking for quality business premises in the centre of Rotterdam’s vibrant port? The Waalhaven is the ideal location for companies offering logistic, industrial, maritime and business services.

Dordrecht Inland Seaport gets you closer!

Dordrecht Inland Seaport is the most inland seaport in the Netherlands and is quite unique as regards its location and accessibility. The port area is situated at the intersection between the areas close to the coast and the hinterland and, thanks to a depth of 10 metres, the port is accessible to ocean-going vessels.

Contact

For further questions about setting up a business in the port, please contact:

Ria Hoogendoorn
Real Estate Manager
+31 (0)10 252 1247
Gwendy Vink
Real Estate Manager
+31 (0)10 252 1735
Robert Boonk
Real Estate Manager
+31 (0)10 252 1549

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