The Port of Rotterdam Authority holds an equity interest in a number of companies and foundations, both nationally and internationally. With our national and international participations, we aim to create a (more) attractive business climate for our customers and other stakeholders.

A complete list of participations is included in the Associated Enterprises in our Annual Report (only available in Dutch). The participations represent a combined value of €95 million on the balance sheet at year-end 2019.

Port Authority internationally active in SOHAR Port and Freezone and Pecem

With our international activities, we want to offer our customers opportunities to enter new markets. We also want to make a positive contribution to the generation of freight flows to and from Rotterdam. And we want to attract foreign companies to do business in and with Rotterdam. Through participations, the Port of Rotterdam Authority is active in two ports: SOHAR Port and Freezone and Pecem.

Port of Rotterdam international

RC2 and MultiCore

The pipeline bundle of MultiCore runs along the main (petro) chemical industry areas in the port of Rotterdam. MultiCore is a joint venture between Vopak and the Port of Rotterdam Authority.
RC2 operates a pipeline system between Antwerp and Rotterdam. RC2 is a joint venture between the Port of Rotterdam Authority and ARG, which is owned by the chemical companies BASF, Bayer, BP, Degussa, Sabic and Sasol.

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