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The smart port of the future

11 May 2021
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Digital transformation is leading to fundamental changes in society. This is also the case for the port of Rotterdam.


Plan your container transport by water, rail and road.

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Behind the traditional harbour scenes featuring ships, containers and cranes, there is a digital layer of the port under construction that will be used to facilitate the physical port processes. Considerable investments in wireless networks, sensors, cybersecurity and smart services will enable the port to keep pace with the changing environment and the wishes and ambitions of the businesses in the port.

That’s why, together with our clients and partners, we’re investing in accelerating the digitisation of the port. Our goal is to minimise any kind of wastage in terms of time, money, capacity and energy.

Smart infrastructure
Smart infrastructure
Port Call Optimisation
Container ship unloaded at Maasvlakte 2

Latest news

Vertiport 'Galileo' steht auf dem Gelände des Future Mobility Park am Merwehaven in Rotterdam zum Abflug bereit
31 / 5 / 2023

First drone vertiport in the Netherlands now operational

Uwe Köhn (Port director Hafen Mannheim) and Matthijs van Doorn (Commercial director Port of Rotterdam Authority). Photo: Marc Nolte
1 / 5 / 2023

Ports of Mannheim and Rotterdam sign logistic partnership

Aerial view from Maasvlakte 2 inland
24 / 4 / 2023

Slight decline in freight throughput port of Rotterdam in first quarter of 2023

Lef to Right: Erwin Verstraelen (Port of Antwerp-Bruges), Chantal Gouka (Routescanner), Maurice Delattre (Port of Amsterdam). Photo: Routescanner/Kim Los
14 / 4 / 2023

Routescanner takes significant steps in making container logistics more sustainable

MSC Fairvield to smart bollard
24 / 3 / 2023

Port of Rotterdam Authority tests smart berth at ECT

More information? Contact:

Karin Akkers
Karin Akkers