Training and education
Port development and management present major challenges. Follow our training course.
Advisory services for other ports
At port of Rotterdam, we provide an extensive range of advisory services to support clients and partners like you all around the world.
Connecting the world
Outside of the Netherlands, the port of Rotterdam Authority has representatives. That is how we connect the world.
The port of Rotterdam is a global hub for international trade and home to some of the world's leading industrial clusters. As Europe’s largest sea port it is one of the leaders of the energy transition and is committed to digitisation to make the port, and the supply chain, more efficient.
Port of Rotterdam Authority uses its knowledge and experience to manage and develop ports and industrial areas internationally. Do you want to work together to maximise your port potential? Discover the opportunities!
Your ticket to an international community
Rotterdam has a lot to offer. Working with port of Rotterdam means that you get tailored advice for your situation. In addition to that the port of Rotterdam connects you with companies, knowledge institutes, universities, governmental organisations, standardisation and regulating bodies.The knowledge portfolio is extremely valuable for ports both in established and emerging countries.
There is a considerable demand for partners who help develop ports, implement new standards and attract economic activities from all over the world. Port of Rotterdam provides ports with the best options for professional expansion, enabling you to access a network of potential investors and clients, companies and other ports. At the same time this exchange of knowledge establishes new partnerships.
Netherlands signs declaration of intent on hydrogen with Oman
During the climate summit in Egypt (COP27), Prime Minister Rutte signed a declaration of intent with the government of Oman on hydrogen cooperation. For some 20 years, the Port Authority has had a joint venture with the government of Oman to develop and operate the port of Sohar in the north of the country. This initiative contributes to the ambition to establish hydrogen import chains from countries where renewable energy can be generated at low cost and exported to Northwest Europe.