The Mediakit includes portraits of the general management of the Port of Rotterdam Authority (PoR), as well as various photo impressions of Rotterdam’s port area. All photographs and videos are royalty-free and free to use for non-commercial purposes, provided you clearly state the photographer and the Port of Rotterdam Authority. The name of the photographer who made a specific image is listed in the photo gallery. The terms and conditions for using visual material provided by the Port Authority can be found on our copyright page.
Photo impressions of the port and portraits of general management.
Aerial footage of the port area.
Facts and figures
Information about freight and container throughput in Rotterdam.
All press releases of the past few years about throughput volumes in Rotterdam.
Want to take your own images?
The port of Rotterdam is one of the most photogenic places in the Netherlands. Curious about where you can find the most beautiful images? The Port Authority has developed a special web app for both hobby and professional photographers, listing all locations for public filming and photography.Filming and photography locations in the port
Energy in transition
The Port of Rotterdam Authority is committed to combating climate change and wants to play a leading role in the global energy transition. The reduction of CO₂ emissions and efficient use of raw and residual materials are important tasks for the Port Authority.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact one of our press officers. The details below indicate which press officer is best placed to help you.
Members of the public with non-journalism-related questions, can use this contact details.