The Port of Rotterdam is an important logistics hub for the import and export of Ro-Ro cargo such as cars, building materials, chemical products, tractors and excavators and is the solution for Just-in-Time (JIT) delivery of such things as foodstuffs. The high efficiency and accessibility of the terminals makes it possible to supply cargo just before departure. The Roll-on Roll-off terminals at Rotterdam have daily connections with the ports in the United Kingdom, Ireland and the Iberian Peninsula for both accompanied and unaccompanied transport.
Rotterdam is among the top 3 ferry ports in Western Europe. Five terminals ensure efficient handling and are connected to the European transport network. Various terminals have access to an on-site rail terminal, which connects Rotterdam with countries including Poland, Germany and Italy.
Just-in-Time (JIT) delivery
As well as trailer cargo (Ro-Ro), various vessels and terminals are also equipped to transport containers. The departure times of the Rotterdam Ro-Ro services are geared towards the most efficient possible supply chain. Boarding in the evening means delivery at the destination next morning, and vice versa. Roll-on Roll-off transport is the solution for automotive and for Just-in-Time (JIT) delivery of such things as foodstuffs.