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Port of the future

Stories of a changing world

11 May 2021
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Digitisation

Digital transformation is leading to fundamental changes in society. This is also the case for the port of Rotterdam.

Energy transition

The Port of Rotterdam Authority is working with the port business community and the government to create a future-proof port.

Innovation

Curious about innovation in the port of Rotterdam, like blockchain, autonomous shipping and Internet of Things applications?

As one of the world’s leading ports, Rotterdam harbours the ambition of being the smartest port. The Port of Rotterdam Authority is embracing the energy transition, digitisation and innovations as an opportunity for making logistics chains that pass through Rotterdam more efficient, more reliable and hence more competitive. If it were up to Rotterdam, autonomous ships would be docking in the port by 2030.

Latest news

Frans Timmermans and TES management board
Energy transition
13 / 5 / 2022

Global player in battery recycling opens plant in Rotterdam

Hydrogen plant
Energy transition
13 / 5 / 2022

Feasibility study developement 200-500 MW of green hydrogen in Chile

Presentation about MAGPIE
Energy transition
13 / 5 / 2022

MAGPIE at the World Conference Cities and Port in Tangier

European commissioner Frans Timmermans and Allard Castelein, CEO of the Port of Rotterdam Authority
Energy transition
10 / 5 / 2022

Rotterdam can supply Europe with 4.6 megatonnes of hydrogen by 2030

Allard Castelein, CEO at Port of Rotterdam and Markus Bangen, CEO at duisport
Sustainability
9 / 5 / 2022

Ports of Duisburg and Rotterdam intensify cooperation

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ROTTERDAM PORT MAGAZINE

The February edition is live. Take a look behind the scenes of the largest construction project in the port of Rotterdam. See how Mebin turns special concrete into heat batteries or how we make progress with shore power.

Onshore power at Thialf

Hydrogen in Rotterdam

The Port Authority is working with various partners towards the introduction of a large-scale hydrogen network across the port complex, making Rotterdam an international hub for hydrogen production, import, application and transport to other countries in Northwest Europe. The hub will also enable Rotterdam to maintain its position as important energy port for Northwest Europe in the future.