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Amsterdam Seaports: strong foundation for the future The Amsterdam Metropolitan Area Amsterdam Seaports: Four into one does go Amsterdam: Europe’s dedicated port IJmuiden: A bustling fishing, offshore, passenger and industry port

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The IJmondhaven Tata Steel IJmuiden Beverwijk: Flexible short sea and inland shipping port Zaanstad, first in food HoogTij Industrial Zone Amsterdam Seaports: front runner in energy Food throughout the port region More types of cargo Cruise and Ferry Terminals VCK Logistics Scandia Terminal

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YCSM Stevedores Reefer Stevedoring IJmuiden Hinterland connections Airport Seaport: The best of both worlds Portbase: the Joint Port Community System Maritime and logistics education and training Ship repair and maintenance Amsterdam Port Consultants Authorities and maritime services Liner Service Europe Liner Services Africa Liner Services Asia Liner Services Australia and Oceania Liner Services North and South America Amsterdam Metropolitan Area Index of companies and organisations

USA United Stevedores Amsterdam Waterland Terminal Koopman Car Terminal Amsterdam Container Terminals MEO Stevedoring Velserkom Stevedores CSY IJmuiden: European hub for frozen fish

Colophon: Bart Stam (chief editor) Laura Keegstra (managing director) Layout: FIZZ reclame + communicatie, Meppel (The Netherlands) Printed by: Ten Brink, Meppel

Cover photo: The Westhaven (West harbour) in Amsterdam. Photo: Flying Focus

Advertisers: 14 Amsterdam Port Consultants (APC) 91 ASCO Holland (Logistics) 16 AYOP 68 CWT Sitos 22 De Koperen Ploeg 91 Forkliftcenter 22 Iskes Towage & Salvage

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KVSA/Felison Terminal Loodswezen MegaBarging Oiltanking Oranjewerf Scheepsreparatie Passenger Terminal Amsterdam Port of Amsterdam SGS

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Ter Haak Group Van Vliet Trucks Holland VCK Logistics Vollers Holland Waterland Terminal Zeehaven IJmuiden NV ZPMC Europe

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Port of Amsterdam +31 20 58 77 877 - info@vcklogistics.nl Port of Rotterdam +31 10 494 37 77 - info.ocean@vcklogistics.nl Amsterdam Airport Schiphol +31 20 65 49 100 - info.air@vcklogistics.nl www.vcklogistics.nl

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Amsterdam Seaports: Strong foundation for the future Despite the current economic climate in Europe, I have every confidence in the future of Amsterdam Seaports, the four cooperating ports on the North Sea Canal. The transport and logistics sector has also been affected by the weak euro, yet our seaports have already proven that they can continue to grow in economically challenging times. The third quarter of 2011 actually showed a growth of 3.3 percent, amounting to a total transhipment volume of 68.6 million tons. The final annual figures won’t be known for a while, but I predict that Amsterdam Seaports will not be far off the 2008 record results (94.8 million tons).

Meanwhile, IJmuiden and Velsen North in particular are continuing their development into a cluster of offshore companies for both traditional oil & gas extraction and wind turbines at sea. We are also very pleased with the arrival of Airborne Composites in the IJmondhaven (IJmond harbour), which will ensure at least 75 and possibly as many as 150 high-value jobs.

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It would be going too far to mention all the sectors present in the port, but I want to make an exception for sea and river cruisers, as both are experiencing massive growth in Amsterdam Seaports. This is partly due to the excellent cooperation between local governments, port authorities, the tourist industry, the terminals and the nautical service providers. As a result, approximately 200 cruise ships and around 1,300 river cruisers will visit Amsterdam and IJmuiden in 2012. In anticipation IJmuiden is building a second fully fledged terminal in the IJmondhaven, due to be opened in 2012. And Passenger Terminal Amsterdam (PTA) threw a party in April 2011 when it welcomed its one thousandth cruise ship.

Numbers aside, there are other reasons to be optimistic about Amsterdam Seaports. Firstly, we are a group of diverse ports that offer considerable added value. For example, Amsterdam has grown into the world’s main gasoline port, and the large terminals have made an art form of blending for a wide variety of client demands. The recent opening of Vopak Westpoort Terminal, built in accordance with the strictest environmental and safety requirements and with a storage capacity of 1.2 million m3, has further strengthened our position. Other companies that have been busy these past years include Oiltanking, BP, EuroTank, NuStar, Gulf Oil, Hydrocarbon Hotel and NWB. They form a strong cluster with newcomers like Greenmills and Vesta Biofuels, which have brought new activities to the port such as the production of bio-diesel. As an addition to activities involving wind energy, biomass and shore power, they also underline the sustainable and innovative character of Amsterdam. And did you know that the port of Amsterdam has one of the largest wind turbine parks in the Netherlands (65 MW)? The plan is to increase capacity to 100 MW within five years, generating enough electricity for 80,000 households. And there are other sectors that contribute to our solid foundations. The coal terminals OBA Bulk Terminal and Rietlanden have become indispensible as an import harbour for German coal-fired power stations. Like the oil terminals, OBA and Rietlanden are continuously investing in innovation and sustainability. This includes both companies researching the possibilities for storing large quantities of biomass, and the purchase of a 60-ton bridge crane by OBA this summer. Another positive development for Amsterdam Seaports is the revival of cocoa imports from Ivory Coast, the world’s largest export country. This is important to both the major cocoa storage companies and the cocoa processing industry in Amsterdam and Zaanstad, allowing Amsterdam Seaports to remain the world’s largest cocoa port.

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MASSIVE INCREASE IN CRUISE SHIPS

DEVELOPING THE INFRASTRUCTURE Seaports Amsterdam relies on a good infrastructure, both on the water and the shore, and there is much happening in this respect. The preparations for the second large sea locks in IJmuiden are continuing at full speed to ensure that the first vessels can pass through around five years from now. Additionally, the construction of the second Coentunnel under the North Sea Canal and the new Westrandweg will mean that the Amsterdam port will have an even better connection to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, the port of Rotterdam and the rest of the Netherlands. I welcome the further stimulation this will bring to cooperation between the Dutch mainports. Michiel A. Wijsmuller, Chairman Amports

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he Amsterdam Metropolitan Area includes both the famous Dutch capital city and the increasingly important municipalities that surround it.

Ask the managers of international companies in Amsterdam what sets this region apart from other interesting options for doing business in Europe and you will receive many different answers. Some will stress the fact that nearly all European multinational companies are represented in Amsterdam, others comment on the international mindset of people in Amsterdam, while a third group will talk about the multicultural strengths of the city. Then there are those who praise the excellent physical and digital networks, or the inspiring energy of this centuries-old trading city with its rich cultural heritage. All these are true and yet Amsterdam has still more qualities to offer. Anyone who visits the city and tastes its unique atmosphere can vouch for that fact. As one American entrepreneur writes: “Amsterdam offers all the advantages of a cosmopolitan city and business centre, but retains its intimate scale.�

MAJOR TRANSIT PORT The Amsterdam port region is a major transit port for dry, liquid and break bulk, containerised and roll-on/roll-off cargoes destined for or originating from the European mainland. But with the shifting of the economic focus in Europe, an extra dimension has emerged. In their search for an ideal operating base to coordinate and consolidate their activities on the European continent, more and more companies are choosing the Amsterdam region for their Pan-European head office. Meanwhile, some 1,400 foreign enterprises have settled in the Amsterdam region. They experience the advantages of the Dutch capital’s financial, business, logistics, creative and IT services. Crucially, there is also the cluster effect created by the nearby international air and seaports. 6

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Many multinationals, including Philips, have their headquarters in Amsterdam. Photo: Dick van den Berg

The strength of Amsterdam is also defined to a considerable extent by its compact scale. There are more than 350 million European consumers within 1,000 kilometres of Amsterdam and the region is eminently equipped to distribute and supply transport and passenger flows to and from this second-largest consumer market in the world. In close vicinity is a large port complex where all types of cargo can be handled, good inland waterways, fine road and rail connections, and an airport with an extensive network of global connections. Dutch ports perform very well in terms of transhipment speed, reliability of logistic services and cost effectiveness. The customs authorities developed an advanced and highly automated cargo clearing system, a forerunner to the future European Customs system. They also pioneered a bonded warehousing system, resulting in time-savings and transhipment cost reductions.

BROADBAND INTERNET Amsterdam is well connected in other ways too, with the Netherlands having the third highest concentration of broadband internet connections in Europe. This has

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encouraged the growth of many innovative IT companies and their presence ensures continued progress in the field of data transport. In addition, a fair and transparent tax climate plays a role in the attractiveness of Amsterdam as an international business location. The cost of living is very reasonable compared to the British, French or German capitals. People in Amsterdam are friendly, hospitable, cooperative and helpful, and almost all can communicate in the English language. As a city, Amsterdam has some 785,000 inhabitants, but the entire metropolitan area, including the surrounding municipalities, brings the total to more than 1.5 million. The community organisations are efficient and down-to-earth with a positive and helpful approach. Amsterdam enjoys a rich tradition as an international centre for social and cultural innovation. The renowned VOC (East India Company) was set up more than 400 years ago as the very first globally operating stock company. Share trading was ‘invented’ and a stock exchange established to meet the capital demands of this multinational company. This spirit of innovation is still very much alive in Amsterdam today.

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INTERNATIONAL ORIENTATION Creative impulses also contribute to another quality which characterises Amsterdam and its citizens: Its international orientation. The Dutch way of doing business is based upon an ability to build bridges between different cultures. This has also become a way of life in Amsterdam, with its nearly 200 different nationalities. The composition and capacities of the local professional population reflect this as Amsterdam’s multilingual, multicultural, tolerant and independent-minded society gears towards finding a consensus. www.amsterdam.nl

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Amsterdam Seaports is comprised of four major seaports all located in the same area and complementing each other’s facilities and services. The spacious deep sea port of Amsterdam itself serves transhipment and logistics companies that operate on a more personal and client-oriented way compared to the three largest European ports (Rotterdam, Antwerp and Hamburg).

The port of Zaanstad is situated north of Amsterdam, while west of the city in the North Sea coastal area are the two ports of IJmuiden and Beverwijk. These are situated at the entrance to the North Sea Canal where the steel and paper industry, short sea shipping, fishing, offshore (including wind energy), ferry and cruise traffic are all thriving.

IJMUIDEN Entering the port area from the North Sea, IJmuiden is a rapidly growing tidal port with three port basins. Its harbour is designed for short sea shipping, reefer warehousing and offshore oil, gas and wind energy supply activities. IJmuiden is Europe’s largest fisheries centre, a cruise and ferry port and an offshore base at the same time. It is also an industrial city, with the Tata Steel complex located on the north bank of the port entrance.

BEVERWIJK East of the spacious sea locks, Beverwijk is the first port on the North Sea Canal.

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The four ports that make up the single entity of Amsterdam Seaports handle a combined total of nearly 95 million tons of cargo. After Rotterdam, Antwerp and Hamburg, this makes Amsterdam Seaports the fourth largest in Europe. As a versatile cargo handling and transport centre, Amsterdam Seaports welcomes practically all types of goods with the notable exception of crude oil (there are no refineries in the area). The terminals handle dry, liquid and break bulk, container and Ro/Ro cargo.

AMSTERDAM Amsterdam is by far the largest port of the four. Deep-water quays as well as facilities along the rail and road links are available at reasonable terms. Companies have recently settled in the new port area, west of the city, among others in the Afrikahaven (Africa harbour) port basin area. Along its 3,600-metre quay is a zone for new cargo handling activities and – further away from the waterfront – distribution and logistics activities. Near the city centre the modern Passenger Terminal Amsterdam (PTA) accommodates between 140 and 150 large cruise vessels annually, while some 1150 river cruise vessels per year also call at Amsterdam. 8

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Four into one does go It is a general cargo port handling agricultural products, timber and fertiliser. The port is often called the ‘potato capital of Europe’ as large quantities of Dutch seed potatoes are exported via Beverwijk, while Mediterranean potatoes are imported. Both IJmuiden and Beverwijk are centres for cold and frozen warehousing of fish, meat, poultry, fruit and vegetables.

ZAANSTAD Located on the north bank of the North Sea Canal, Zaanstad is the Netherlands’ main centre for the processing, storage and distribution of food products. The industrial area of the city of Zaanstad also houses major packing and

construction industries, and there are signifcant timber import activities in the port. www.portofamsterdam.nl www.zeehaven.nl www.beverwijk.nl www.zaanstad.nl www.velsen.nl

Satellite photo of the North Sea Canal and the four seaports

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he port of Amsterdam, the fourth largest in Europe, is geared to handle virtually all types of cargo and ships. Cargo handling companies and terminal operators are flexible, their labour force is highly skilled, and stevedores, shipbrokers, logistics and distribution specialists are geared to provide a first class service.

Many Amsterdam terminal operators have recently expanded or invested in new terminal equipment to improve their performance and become even more competitive compared to other ports. Several advanced cargo handling systems have been adapted to the benefit of companies and clients alike. Among the highlights are United Stevedores Amsterdam (USA), a deepsea multipurpose container terminal and multimodal distribution centre, the VCK Scandia Terminal (Ro/Ro), the all-weather Waterland Terminal, ACT (Amsterdam Container Terminals) with its unique indented berth, the dry-bulk terminals with heavy duty gantries and floating cranes, the recently expanded tank farms, and the bustling cruise terminals. 10

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The ports of Rotterdam and Amsterdam have jointly developed Portbase, a comprehensive Port Community System that is connected to the customs clearing system, immigration and other authorities. This is a superb example of how Amsterdam is leading the way in forward thinking.

THE ‘A’ PORTS The latest layout innovation for the Amsterdam port west of the city are the ‘A’ port basins, named after the world’s continents. On the Amerikahaven (America harbour) quays you will find container, liquid and dry bulk terminals. The Afrikahaven (Africa harbour) port basin was completed in 2001 and its size (1,900 m x 350 m with a 15.5 m depth) makes it suitable for tankers, bulk and container carriers. The total area of the site, including green areas, roads and other infrastructure, is more than 300 hectares. A quarter of this area has been reserved for new ventures such as the Rietlanden coal terminal. Vopak, the world’s largest independent tank storage operator, has completed a 35 ha and 1.2 million cbm tank farm on this location by October 2011, while the east quay has been reserved for future container handling.

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The Westhaven (West harbour) in Amsterdam hosts inportant terminals like the all-weather Waterland (left, above), Koopman (KCT), C. Steinweg Handelsveem, HKS Scrap Metals, NuStar, OBA Bulk and VCK Scandia. Photo: Flying Focus.

MAIN PARTICULARS OF THE AMSTERDAM PORT: Non-bulk terminals:

Many logistics and storage centres for

Containers

Tropical produce

Roll-on/roll-off

Chemical products

All-weather handling

THE ATLAS PARK South of the Afrikahaven, the new 110-hectare Atlas Park is a state-of-theart logistics area with a 100,000 m2 distribution site and six large warehouses. Ideal for specialised logistics firms, Atlas Park also welcomes assembly companies and contract manufacturers. The import of components and export of finished products requires extensive logistics accommodation, all of which is available in Atlas Park. Dedicated to quality, security, safety and accessibility, Atlas Park also focuses on the maintenance and management of its public space and infrastructure.

Break-bulk

Electronics Rolling equipment and cars

Liquid bulk tank farms:

Various large industries

Oil products

TECHNICAL DATA:

Jet fuel Crude oil Molasses

The Port of Amsterdam consists of:

Chemicals

685 hectares water surface 1900 hectares port land areas

Dry bulk terminals:

(port sites, quaysides, roads, railways, dykes)

Coal Ore

The 1,900 hectares of port land area comprises:

Agribulk

Infrastructure

Minerals

Business sites issued

1221 hectares

Scrap iron

Available for rent or lease

343 hectares

313 hectares

909 companies (2011)

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IJmuiden: A bustling fishing, offshore, passenger and industry port

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t the entrance to the North Sea Canal leading to Amsterdam, the port of IJmuiden has developed into a major part of the Amsterdam Seaport region. IJmuiden is one of Europe’s major fishery centres and one of the EU’s leading refrigerated edibles and reefer warehousing centres.

Zeehaven IJmuiden NV, the IJmuiden Port Authority, consists of three port basins, serving as a home port for its fresh fishery fleet, while many fishing craft from other Dutch ports and abroad also discharge catches at the IJmuiden fish auction. IJmuiden is also home port to many pelagic fish companies and frozen fish is increasingly imported by reefer or stuffed containers. Inland barges move fish to the hinterland, with instant delivery by truck. One of the quays has been equipped with a number of reefer points and container traffic is building up quickly. An extensive restructuring plan will see the existing port area adapted to the latest requirements of refrigerated cargo handling in the near future.

OFFSHORE Offshore oil, gas and wind exploration and production companies in the Dutch sector of the North Sea have chosen IJmuiden as an onshore base for supply and maintenance. The construction of offshore wind parks at sea is increasing in importance.

Aerial photo of IJmuiden. Photo: Flying Focus.

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MAIN PARTICULARS: Zeehaven IJmuiden NV Port configuration:

Three port basins, total quay length: 4,000 metres. Felison Terminal with ferry and cruise berths, large fresh fish auction halls and trawler discharging quays

INDUSTRY IJmuiden is home to the largest industry in the Netherlands, the Tata Steel works (subsidiary of the Indian industrial conglomerate Tata). Bulk carriers supply Tata Steel with ore and coal at its own deep sea quays, while steel products are loaded on its export quays. A cement plant is located next to the steel works and a paper mill produces quality paper nearby, with pulp being supplied by bulk carriers as raw material.

Water depth

Up to 11 metres

Max. ship size

Up to 250 metres

Cargo categories

Fresh caught, deep frozen imported fish and fish products, offshore

PASSENGER SHIPPING Last but not least, IJmuiden is a cruise and ferry port with daily sailings to Newcastle on the North-East coast of England, and various cruise ships calling during the summer season. There is ample accommodation available for other daily ferry services to supplement this passenger and cargo ferry connection. www.zeehaven.nl www.velsen.nl

and construction materials, Ro/Ro of cargoes Passenger traffic

Ferry and cruise sailings

Number of passengers 500,000 annually Auction turnover

Fresh fish â‚Ź 45 million, Deep frozen â‚Ź 450 million

Seagoing vessels

5,100

Offshore suppliers

870

Containers

5,000

TATA STEEL Total deep sea quay length

1.200 metres

Inland barge quays

300 metres

Maximum draft

17.8 metres

Max ship size

Up to 200,000 dwt

Annual cargo turnover 19 million tons

OTHER STEVEDORING FACILITIES Total quay length

2,000 metres

Water depth

Up to 10 metres

Stevedoring facilities Steel products, timber and pulp, chemicals, fertiliser, general cargo IJ-palen (ship-to-ship discharging location for bulk carriers) This mooring facility is constructed to discharge deep drafting bulk carriers onto inland craft or coasters. Once its draft has gone below 14 metres the vessel is allowed to proceed to the Amsterdam bulk terminals.

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Stevedore and Terminal operator

In the largest All Weather Terminal of Europe transferring vulnerable products like steel, timber and paper no longer depends on dry weather conditions.

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The IJmondhaven (IJmond harbour) is used for the assembly of offshore wind turbines and the maintenance of various vessels. The deepening in April 2011 makes the IJmond harbour accessible for cruise ships up to 295 metres. Photo: Flying Focus

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ompleted in 2007, IJmuiden’s third port basin is located on the southern side of the port entrance to IJmuiden and Amsterdam. Called IJmondhaven (IJmond Harbour), the port area has a quay length of 700 metres and a depth of 11 metres. It is the perfect spot for port-related companies to establish a branch.

The development of IJmondhaven started over a decade ago when Zeehaven IJmuiden NV (the IJmuiden Port Authority) realised that many companies were looking for more room to accommodate their expanding activities. As a major fishing port, IJmuiden needed additional refrigerated and frozen warehousing capacity for the storage of fish products. Maritime Service Centre IJmuiden (MSCIJ) was one of the first to settle in the IJmondhaven. The new port area is used for storing sections and parts for wind energy parks under construction in the North Sea. Thanks to its close proximity to the open sea, it is ideally situated for cold-store activities, short sea trade and offshore services. In addition to the existing DFDS Seaways ferry connection to

Newcastle, accommodation is available for another daily ferry service, for example to the UK. The deepening of the channel in April 2011 made the IJmondhaven accessible to ocean cruisers with lengths up to 295 metres. This underlines the importance of the opening of a second cruise terminal in the first half of 2012. With the support of Zeehaven IJmuiden NV and MSCIJ real estate department, Vestas Offshore the Netherlands opened a office and warehouse in 2009. The construction of two nearby offshore wind turbine parks was the main reason for Vestas to locate in IJmuiden. Vestas Offshore’s new efficient building consists of a large warehouse for storing wind turbine parts plus two floors for its 40 employees. The latest edition to the IJmondhaven is Airborne Composites, which will be producing high quality composite pipes for use at great depths (2,000 metres and more) in the offshore oil and gas industry from the second quarter of 2012. The company with 150 employees will further strengthen the offshore cluster in IJmuiden. www.zeehaven.nl www.ayop.com

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ata Steel in IJmuiden manufactures hot-rolled, cold-rolled and metallic-coated steel for many industries, including the automotive and transport industries, building and construction, consumer appliances, electronics and general engineering.

The company was established in 1918 on the north bank of the IJmuiden harbour mouth. This gives it an enormous advantage over other steel companies as Tata Steel can receive raw materials – ore and coal – directly on its premises. Dry bulk carriers up to 200,000 tons dwt berth at its deep sea quays, while Tata Steel’s products are shipped from its general cargo quay or all-weather terminal for hinterland transport by inland waterway

or rail. In 2008 Tata Steel opened its third galvanising line. One of the most modern in the world, it is designed to produce high-quality conventional products as well as new products. Tata Steel has an output of some 7.2 million tons of steel products per year, with an annual turnover of 3.2 billion euros. The company employs some 9,000 employees in its 750-hectare facilities. Tata Steel IJmuiden is one of the main production sites of the globally operating Tata Steel Group, the second largest steel company in Europe and headquartered in Mumbai, India. www.tatasteel.com

Aerial photo of the 750-hectare premises of Tata Steel IJmuiden. Photo: Flying Focus.

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ocated three kilometres inland from the North Sea, Beverwijk is a growing short sea services port accommodating ocean-going vessels drawing up to eight metres. Serving the large agricultural complexes of the northern parts of the Netherlands, the port handles significant amounts of seed potatoes, other vegetables and fruit. Several refrigerated and deepfrozen food warehouses are operated by major trading houses.

As the largest potato handling port in Europe, Beverwijk’s warehousing and transport personnel have the expertise and skills needed for the specialised handling of agricultural crops. Stevedores, warehouse operators and road hauliers combine to provide a seamless chain of transport services for produce importers and exporters. Beverwijk is also a timber transhipment port, with packaged timber being imported from the northern European and Baltic countries. Fertiliser is by far the largest export commodity to be loaded from inland barges into oceangoing ships, with 250,000 tons per year. The 16,000 m2 Container Terminal Beverwijk (CTB) has the capacity to handle 50,000 containers annually and is fitted with modern equipment such as gantry and mobile cranes, reach stackers and terminal trailers. Refrigerated warehouses in the Beverwijk port are used to store fish and fish products. www.beverwijk.nl

Beverwijk is a major transhipment hub for potatoes, wood and wood chips, sand, cement, steel products, scrap metals and containers. Photo: Flying Focus

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MAIN PARTICULARS OF THE BEVERWIJK PORT: Total quay length

1,450 metres

Water depth

up to 8 metres

Maximum ship size

10,000 ton BT/GT

Annual cargo turnover

458,000 tons (by seagoing ship) 850,000 tons (by inland vessel)

Cargo categories

fertilisers potatoes scrap metals timber and timber products offshore materials

Number of seagoing ships

250

Inland vessels

1,000

Containers handled (2011)

15,000

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The cocoa processing plants in the Zaan region north of Amsterdam are the major reason why Amsterdam Seaports is the world’s largest cocoa port, handling between 600,000 and 700,000 tons of cocoa beans annually.

Many other food products are also prominent in the Zaan area, however. Companies such as Dutch supermarket group Ahold, Verkade (United Biscuits), the farina plant of the British Tate & Lyle group, the Meneba flour mill, Honig, Lassie and Duyvis process food products in their Zaan production units, which are then marketed to consumers the world over.

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The Zaan region is also focused on the timber industry. Packaged timber – especially pine – is imported via Zaandam, arriving from the Baltic and distributed from the port. Zaanstad has a very distinctive character, with more than 25 large industrial companies located within its municipal borders. A new expansion site has been prepared along the North Sea Canal in the Westzaner polder and HoogTij industrial area. Covering 100 hectares and including a quay

length of 550 metres and an option for another 800, Zaanstad has room for more industry. www.zaanstad.nl www.firstinfood.nl

MAIN PARTICULARS OF THE ZAANSTAD PORT: Port configuration Three port basins Maximum allowed draft of 9 metres Two inland container terminals Two timber terminals Ro/Ro berth Two food silos Tank terminal for edible oils Cocoa silos and warehouses Ample space available to transport and industrial businesses Inland shipping: Maximum ship size: 3,000 to 4,000 tons Maximum draft: 4.20 metres

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P.O. Box 230 - 1970 AE IJmuiden Netherlands Tel. 24 hrs: +31 (0)255 56 19 01 - Fax : +31 (0)255 52 71 72 Email: ops@iskestugs.nl - Internet: www.iskestugs.nl

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HoogTij Industrial Zone

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Development Company Westzaan Harbour Area (OHW) is owner and operator of 90 hectares in the HoogTij zone. In 2011 OHW has constructed 950 metres of new quay walls on the North Sea Canal. Although the original plan included only 550 metres, the major market interest in these so-called ‘wet’ areas encouraged OHW to almost double the length of the quay. Companies located at HoogTij are united in the so-called Business Estate Association. In this manner, they can cooperate in applying the sustainability of HoogTij more effectively. They can also work together on issues such as waste disposal management and security, adding to the positive overall image and appearance of the estate.

oogTij (High Tide) is a sustainable industrial zone of 110 hectares situated on the north side of the North Sea Canal in the municipality of Zaanstad, directly across from Amsterdam Container Terminals (ACT) in the Amerikahaven (America harbour) area of the port of Amsterdam. A major part of the zone is dedicated to businesses that rely on good water connections.

Schiphol Airport and a network of connecting motorways to the rest of the Netherlands. The construction in 2013 of a second Coen Tunnel under the North Sea Canal and the Westrandweg route will further improve accessibility. In addition to its impressive facilities on the water, HoogTij also has dry lots in various sizes. The industrial zone consists of eight different areas each with their own character and architecture. HoogTij’s eco-friendly focus is demonstrated by the use of thermal storage underground, and businesses are offered a wide range of on-site management facilities.

HoogTij is situated a stone’s throw from the city of Amsterdam, the seaports on the North Sea canal, Amsterdam

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Amsterdam Seaports: front runner in energy

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msterdam Seaports’ dry and liquid bulk cargo throughput has risen to such an extent in recent years that the port has developed into the leading European fuel transhipment port. In addition to storage and distribution of fuels, value-added activities by Amsterdam’s terminals such as blending and upgrading have made Amsterdam a port of increasing interest to the solid and liquid fuel markets. With oil and coal products accounting for some 70% of transhipments, Amsterdam Seaports is indeed an energy port. Amsterdam is also the second largest European coal transhipment port.

On 5 October 2011 Searay became the first oil tanker to call at the new Vopak Westpoort Terminal. Photo: Ed Seeder

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DRY BULK Coal makes up some 40% of the annual 46 million tons of dry bulk transhipped in Amsterdam Seaports. The closure of German coal mines in recent years has enabled the dry bulk terminals to expand from 14.7 million tons in 2007 to an estimated 24 million tons by the year 2020. A relatively new mooring facility west of the IJmuiden locks will discharge deep drafting bulk carriers directly to inland barges or coastal bulkers. As soon as a carrier’s draft falls below the 14-metre mark it is allowed to pass the IJmuiden sea locks and head for one of the two major Amsterdam coal terminals, OBA Bulk Terminal and Rietlanden Terminals.

LIQUID BULK Liquid bulk is nearing the 40 million tons per year mark, 90% of which is refined oil products (fuels). Vopak’s new 1.2 million cbm tank farm in the Afrikahaven (Africa harbour) port basin means the total Amsterdam oil product turnover figures will rise in the coming years. December 2011 saw the opening ceremony for the new Hydrocarbon Hotel tank terminal in the port of Amsterdam, a joint project by the Netherlands’ based North Sea Group and UK company Blue Ocean Associates Ltd. With a total capacity of 140,000 cbm, the eleven tanks will be used for exporting and blending petrol and petrol components and biofuels.

OFFSHORE The ports of IJmuiden and Beverwijk serve as a base port for offshore oil and gas production activities in the North Sea. A number of drilling rigs and production platforms are operating offshore. Crude oil produced from the North Sea is moved ashore by a 80 km pipeline to storage tanks in Amsterdam where it is dehydrated and desalinated prior to transportation to the refineries. Jet A1 fuel arrives by inland tanker to Oiltanking Amsterdam, which operates a twenty-kilometre underground pipeline to transport kerosene to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (a clean alternative to barging the jet fuel to the airport through populated areas). Zeehaven IJmuiden NV (the IJmuiden Port Authority) has ample deep water quay space available to accommodate offshore rigs.

different types of fuels that are made from organic (plant and animal) matter. The plant will convert organic waste into 100,000 tons (115 million litres) of sustainable biodiesel and 25 million cbm of biogas. In 2010 the green light was given for a new 200,000 tons biodiesel plant for Vesta Biofuels Amsterdam, which is due to go into production by 2012. Vesta Biofuels will process a wide variety of feedstock, including rape seed oil, processed frying fat and used oil residue from kitchens.

WIND FOR POWER With its abundance of wind, the Netherlands – which has employed windmills for centuries – now uses a steadily growing proportion of wind power to generate electricity. A fine example is the wind turbines in the Port of Amsterdam with an installed capacity of 65 megawatt, equivalent to the electricity needs of 40,000 households.

The number of companies generating sustainable energy in Amsterdam Seaports is growing rapidly. Waste and Energy Company (AEB) generates energy by incinerating waste, 68% of which is biomass. This provides electricity for some 320,000 households.

Two wind energy parks have been built in the North Sea in the vicinity of IJmuiden with a total capacity of 120 megawatts over the last decade. During construction, the IJmondhaven (IJmond harbour) in the port of IJmuiden was used as a supply base for the masts, generator units and rotor blades awaiting shipment to the offshore windmill park location. More offshore wind energy parks are projected and the IJmuiden port will remain an important offshore supply base for this sector.

The new Greenmills plant produces sustainable biofuels and green energy from organic waste products such as frying oil. Biofuels is the collective name for

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SUSTAINABLE ENERGY

The 218-metre bulk carrier F.D. Vittorio Raiola at OBA Bulk Terminal in the port of Amsterdam. Photo: Dick van den Berg.

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The port of Amsterdam has one of the largest wind turbine parks in the Netherlands (65 MW). The plan is to increase the capacity to 100 MW within ďŹ ve years, generating enough electricity for 80,000 households. Photo: Port of Amsterdam

With a capacity of 1.6 million cubic metres, Oiltanking Amsterdam is the largest storage terminal for oil products at Amsterdam Seaports. Photo: Port of Amsterdam

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The drilling rig Noble Byron Welliver spent a month in the IJmondhaven (IJmond Harbour) undergoing maintenance work at the start of 2011. Photo: Ed Seeder

The new covered coal transhipment terminal at Rietlanden Terminals. Photo: Ed Seeder

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View of Vesta Biofuels in the port of Amsterdam. The plant, scheduled to go into operation in 2012, will convert used cooking oil into 200,000 tons of biodiesel per year. Photo: Reinder Weidijk

New ship to ship transfer for oil tankers in the Afrikahaven (Africa Harbour). Photo: Ed Seeder

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Head Office

D.C. Sheds

Rail Terminal

Deep Sea Quay

Inland Barge Terminal

Amerikahaven:

Vlothaven:

USA - Container & RoRo terminal

USA - Bulkterminal

• 550 m Deepsea quay

• 300 m Deep sea quay

• 300 m Coaster & barge quay

• 50.000 m2 Open space area

• 30.000 m2 Rail terminal

• 5.000 m2 Warehouses

• 35.000 m2 Warehouses

• 525 m Rail track

• 20.000 m2 Container cleaning, maintenance & repair department

• Sophisticated bulk equipment

• 10.000 m2 Stuffing & stripping area • Loading docks, 24 units • 2.400 m2 Offices

Ter Haak Group Head Office

Suezhaven: USA - Cocoa/Plywood terminal • 800 m Deep sea quay

• Road connecting to Schiphol

• 25.000 m Warehouses

• Total surface: 30 hectares

All terminals I.S.P.S. certified

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YOUR COMPASS TO VALUE-ADDED LOGISTICS Ruijgoordweg 80, Westpoort 7989 - 1047 HM Amsterdam - The Netherlands T +31 20 6116688 F +31 20 2011882 E usa@usamsterdam.com W www.terhaakgroup.com USA, United Stevedores Amsterdam V.O.F, is a registered trademark and part of the Ter Haak Group.

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Food throughout the port region

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he greater Amsterdam port area includes all major Dutch food industries, adding substantially to the total of cargo handled. Together the basic food products and exports of finished products exceed 10 million tons, the majority of which is agribulk (including animal fodder). Amsterdam is the world’s largest cocoa port, while the major food industries are centred in the Zaan region, northwest of Amsterdam.

Sitos Commodities (Amsterdam), a subsidiary of CWT Sitos, handles approximately 150,000 tons of cocoa each year. Photo: Reinder Weidijk

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IGMA is active in the storage and transhipment of grains and derivatives (raw materials for animal feed). The agribulk company celebrated its golden jubilee in November 2011. Photo: Dick van den Berg

The food industry was established in this region in the sixteenth century, initially powered by windmills. Then as now, the sector was marked by a combination of high skill levels and an entrepreneurial spirit. Many multinationals have either located in Amsterdam or Zaanstad or taken over Dutch companies. Leading examples include ADM Cocoa, AHOLD, United Biscuits, Tate & Lyle and Cargill.

Cocoa, Cargill Cocoa & Chocolate, Dutch Cocoa and Jan Schoemaker play leading roles in this trade.

IJmuiden has also become Europe’s number one fish centre. This is due both to its large trawler fleet and the significant pelagic fish and fish product trade. Many reefer warehouses stockpile deep frozen and cooled fish products and food products. Finally on the food front, Beverwijk is the major European port for the export of seed potatoes.

Amsterdam is Europe’s leading agribulk port. Representing around 15 percent of all food shipments through the seaports of the Le Havre-Hamburg range, the commodities handled by Amsterdam include grains, derivates, animal fodder, cocoa and molasses. Amsterdam’s leading position in the food sector is due to the presence in the area of bulk stevedores such as IGMA and Maja Stevedores. Amsterdam also offers a wide variety of discharge and storage facilities.

WORLD’S LEADING COCOA IMPORT CENTRE As the world’s largest cocoa port, Amsterdam handles between 600,000 and 700,000 tons of cocoa beans per year – about 15 to 20 percent of the global production. West Africa (Ivory Coast, Ghana, Nigeria and Cameroon) is the main source of Amsterdam’s cocoa imports, followed by Malaysia and Indonesia. Cocoa beans arrive in bulk and container shipments and are stored by warehousing companies, from where it is transported to processing plants in Amsterdam, Zaanstad and elsewhere in Europe, particularly Switzerland and Germany. The cocoa season runs from October to March, when harvesting reaches its peak in the producing countries. The processing industries turn the beans into chocolate mass, cocoa powder and butter. These semi-finished products are exported to the many European chocolate factories. Companies such as ADM

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THE DRINKS ARE ON US: JUICES, WINES AND SPIRITS Tank storage firms stock and bottle wine, sherry and spirits for European retail chains and wine merchants in and around Amsterdam. Although representing only

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IJMUIDEN: EUROPE’S FISH CENTRE The port of IJmuiden on the Dutch North Sea coast is one of Europe’s leading fish and fish product centres. In addition to fish harvested in the North Sea, large trawlers catch off the coasts of Norway, Iceland and West Africa. Traders buy fresh fish, landed by Dutch and foreign trawlers, at the IJmuiden fish auction and supply their clients in the different European markets the very same day. A computerised internet fish auction system enables them to bid from their own offices rather than coming to the auction. IJmuiden is also home port to a number of pelagic fish companies. Zeehaven IJmuiden NV is the port authority for the three port basins, serving as a home port for a large fishing fleet and a primary port of call for many nonDutch fishing craft. As a major EU-fishery centre, IJmuiden has become one of the leading refrigerated warehousing centres for other edibles too. Over two million square metres of refrigerated and frozen warehouse space is available for the storage of fish and fish products.

IJmuiden has developed into one of the most important European distribution centres for the fishing sector. Photo: Dick van den Berg

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Specialists alists in export to Africa of customized new, used and reconditioned trucks, trailers, 4x4’s, heavy equipment, spare parts and all related (project) services and training, since 1953. WWW.VANVLIET.COM Parallelweg Zuid 215 2914 LE Nieuwerkerk a/d IJssel (Rotterdam) The Netherlands +31(0)180-312644 +31(0)180-319158 www.vanvliet.com info@vanvliet.com

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And more types of cargo

Beverwijk is a major transit port for tree trunks. Here we see the coaster Scot Ranger unloading some 5,500 m3 from Campbeltown, Scotland. Photo: Willem Moojen

FORESTRY PRODUCTS As the ideal return cargo for road hauliers, timber is increasingly transported by truck from Northern European countries. The majority of the newsprint comes from Finland and Sweden, with heavy rolls being stockpiled and distributed throughout the Netherlands and adjacent countries. The regional paper industry processes about half a million tons into quality paper. Pulp is imported via Amsterdam Seaports from North America, Finland, Spain and Portugal.

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production of concrete products such as paving stones and prefab constructions. Granite extracted from the rocky coasts of the UK (Scotland) and Norway is discharged and stored in the Amsterdam bulk terminals. Here it is sieved, screened and sorted into granulate sizes, then transported by barge to building sites. Finally, some ten million tons of sand and gravel produced in the Far East is imported annually.

MINERALS Around half a million tons of industrial minerals originating from Australia, South Africa, the Mediterranean and Scandinavia are imported each year. In the offshore industry, minerals are used for exploration drillings, while white minerals serve as filling substance for the plastics industry. Special types of minerals are ‘micronised’ to a very fine floury substance and transported in bags to ceramics companies.

SAND AND GRAVEL

FERTILISER

Amsterdam is also a major port for building construction materials. Sand and gravel dredged in the North Sea serve as a raw material for the building industry and the

Fertiliser has been produced for over a century in Amsterdam Seaports. The raw material superphosphate is shipped in from the eastern Mediterranean area. Farmers all over Europe use the fertile granulates from Amsterdam, which are mainly transported to hinterland destinations by barge.

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MOLASSES As a derivative from the sugar refining industry, molasses is a raw material for a variety of animal feed products and for distilling industrial alcohol. Specialised forwarding and warehousing companies handle and store molasses in the Amsterdam port.

METALS, STEEL AND SCRAP IRON Aluminium and zinc in nuggets or bars are regularly shipped in from Norway and Finland as a raw material for various products made in Western Europe. Aluminium and zinc are handled at different terminals (which act as metal stock storage areas) before being shipped to European destinations. Steel products made in the Tata Steel blast furnaces at IJmuiden are also transhipped from other steel producers via Amsterdam Seaports.

CHEMICALS A number of chemical logistics companies are active in the port area. IMO-classified cargoes are stored in certified warehouses before shipment. The port hosts a large cluster of specialised chemical companies.

AUTOMOTIVE LOGISTICS Japanese carmaker Nissan distributes spare car parts throughout the entire European

Union from its Amsterdam port centre. Another Japanese company, Hitachi, assembles excavators in the port area. A regular supply of parts, originating from all over Europe, China and Japan, feeds its Amsterdam production facility. The end product is orange-coloured excavators that are sold in the Netherlands and abroad. At the same time, vast numbers of secondhand cars leave the Amsterdam port to begin a new life in developing countries.

PROJECT CARGO, HEAVY LIFT Amsterdam Seaports is very suitable for the loading and discharging of heavy or voluminous cargoes because the entire port region is tide and current free. From container cranes, reactors, breweries and gas turbines to generators for power plants and luxury superyachts, the range of heavy lift requirements is wide indeed.

Storage of scrap at recycling company HKS Metals in the port of Amsterdam. Photo: Evert Bruinekool

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Recycling company Granuband has a market share of sixty percent of all used Dutch car tyres, which amounts to some 3.5 million tyres, or 25,000 tons per year. Photo: Granuband

Sand transport on the North Sea Canal. Photo: Dick van den Berg.

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VCK's short-sea connections with the Norwegian, Swedish and Finnish ports represent a regular supply of forest products such as wood, paper, aluminium and zinc. Photo: Reinder Weidijk

Bulldozers from the Japanese company Komatsu in the Westhaven (West Harbour) in Amsterdam. Photo: Evert Bruinekool

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Cruise and Ferry Terminals

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he Amsterdam Seaports region, which includes the ports of Amsterdam and IJmuiden, has become one of the major cruise destinations in northwest Europe. In 2011 the two passenger terminals in Amsterdam and IJmuiden together handled 145 cruise vessel calls (121 in the Dutch capital) with some 265,000 passengers, plus around 350 ferry sailings and some 1,330 river cruise calls in Amsterdam (280,000 passengers). Better still, 2012 promises to break all records with a total of 193 sea cruises.

The cruises industry is going from strength to strength in the Amsterdam region, with a year-on-year rise in the number of cruises to the North Sea Canal area. The Amsterdam Cruise Port (ACP) association anticipates a major increase in the number of cruise ships arriving at Passenger Terminal Amsterdam

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(PTA) and Felison Terminal in IJmuiden compared to 2011. Of the 145 bookings received for Amsterdam in 2012, some 80 are turnarounds (cruises beginning and ending in Amsterdam). In partnership with ACP, both terminals are also looking for new ways to further improve their services to cruise passengers. The Port of IJmuiden has invested considerably in deepening the IJmondhaven (IJmond harbour), allowing the safe passage of cruise vessels up to 295 metres. Openend in April 2011, this resulted in a sharp increase in the number of extra bookings for 2012 from the Italian-based cruise line operator MSC. Recently, KVSA (Royal United Ship Agencies) decided to build a second terminal in the IJmondhaven, opening in the first half of 2012. Passenger Terminal Amsterdam (PTA), located near the Amsterdam city centre, can simultaneously accommodate three cruise ships. The present Felison Terminal in IJmuiden is located outside the locks, making quick short calls possible. The two terminals are state of the art, providing a comfortable setting for passengers, ample parking space and luggage handling amenities. They offer excellent facilities for turnaround calls as both are very conveniently located just a short distance from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. The Felison Terminal in IJmuiden also handles the daily DFDS Seaways ferry service to Newcastle on the northeast coast of England. DFDS has been operating this service for more than 15 years and its success is reflected in the steady increase in the number of passengers from 70,000 in 1995 to some 550,000 in 2011. Regular shuttle buses to Amsterdam take passengers to the city centre and the airport. www.ptamsterdam.com www.felisonterminal.com www.kvsa.nl www.amsterdamcruiseport.com

A dam. Photo: PT

In April 2011 the brand-new AIDAsol became the thousandth cruise ship to visit Passenger Terminal Amsterdam (PTA) since the opening of the cruise terminal in 2000. Photo: Martin Hendriksen

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The city of Amsterdam had some 1,200 river cruise calls in the year 2011. Photo: Evert Bruinekool

Artist's impression of the second cruise terminal in IJmuiden, opening in the ďŹ rst half of 2012. Source: KVSA

Empress was the ďŹ rst cruise ship to visit the renewed IJmondhaven, May 2011. Photo: Willem Moojen

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VCK Logistics operates the RoRo and multi-purpose Scandia Terminal. The terminal surface area is 150,000 m2, of which 62,500 m2 warehousing space. The terminal includes three RoRo berths with a total quay length of 500 metres. The company is specialised in handling forest products, ferro and nonferro metals, high and heavy, project cargo and containers.

full range of IT-driven solutions across the supply chain. A dedicated team of specialists ensure customer demands are met for stevedoring, storage, port agency services, fiscal representation, distribution and management information.

VCK Logistics is a leading fully integrated logistics provider offering a

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Photo: Overmars Reclame, Den Ilp (Netherlands)

A subsidiary of the Ter Haak Group, United Stevedores Amsterdam (USA) operates a 300,000 m2 deep-sea multipurpose container terminal, a multimodal distribution centre and a rail terminal. USA has 550 metres of deep water quay (depth 13.5 m) and 300 m quay (depth 7-11 m) for handling coasters and barges. Gantry cranes are available in addition to two 105 ton mobile multipurpose container cranes. The open storage space amounts to some 250,000 m2 and the terminal has 35,000 m2 of covered warehouse space. USA also offers an inhouse empty container depot that can house up to 20,000 containers over 40,000 m2 and a fumigation and defumigation area for containers.

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A fast, daily container shuttle service connects USA directly to all terminals in Rotterdam, Antwerp, Duisburg and Strasbourg/Basel. The Ter Haak Group also provides logistics and reefer services, container repair and maintenance.

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Photo: Overmars Reclame, Den Ilp (Netherlands)

Waterland Terminal, a member of the VCK Group, operates a fully covered ’all-weather terminal’ in the port of Amsterdam for the handling of vulnerable cargo such as pulp and paper. Its highly efficient gantry crane systems offer the best dispatch in northwestern Europe to gearless open hatch vessels up to 7.500 tons. The direct transfer of pulp from ship to barge under roof is a unique selling point. Add

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in some 60,000 m2 of warehouse space and the fully covered handling of trucks and rail transport and it is clear why Waterland Terminal is so valued by its wide client base. www.waterlandterminal.nl

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PORT OF AMSTERDAM MAKE IT YOURS

As Europe’s 4th busiest port, the Port of Amsterdam is a hub for large flows of international transport. The North Sea Canal Area (ports of Amsterdam, Zaandam, IJmuiden and Beverwijk) handles almost 91 million tons of cargo annually. The strategic and central location in Europe makes the port easy to reach and ensures excellent connections by land, rail ánd water to all the major European markets. The Port of Amsterdam helps you to find the best possible solution to your supply chain needs. The Port of Amsterdam seeks to be a smart port with sustainable growth being its key ambition. Growth ensuring jobs and incomes, growth allowing the port to make clever use of the available space; growth without damaging the quality of the water, soil and air. These are Port of Amsterdam’s ambitions based on intensive cooperation with partners in the business community, city and region.

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Koopman Car Terminal

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oopman Holding established the Koopman Car Terminal in Amsterdam in 2004. The 350,000 m² area is used for the transhipment, storage and distribution of vehicles produced in the Far East, North America and Europe.

Koopman distributes these cars all over Europe by inland waterway, rail and road. The company has its own fleet of road trailers and agreements with partners for shipping to all worldwide destinations. Koopman also provides complementary services to international car manufacturers, including the preparation of imported cars prior to delivery. In addition to the handling of new cars, Koopman repairs and reconditions used, lease and rental cars before offering them for sale on the second hand market. Koopman Car Terminal can accommodate two large car carriers and two feeders at the same time, using its own and additional neighbouring quay space. www.koopman.nl

Aerial photo of the Koopman Car Terminal premises in the port of Amsterdam. Photo: Flying Focus

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Amsterdam Container Terminals

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he state-of-the-art terminal Amsterdam Container Terminals (ACT) is a modern deep-sea terminal equipped with a 400-metre indented berth and a quay with a length of 615 metres. The terminal covers a total area of 54 hectares.

In 2009, ACT became the first deep-sea terminal in the Netherlands to receive Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) status. This means that containers can be fast tracked through the terminal as they are subject to fewer customs operations. ACT also has a fumigation unit at the terminal for handling containers that need to be gas treated. The terminal is connected with the key European markets via all modes of transport. Since mid-2010 ACT has been part of the inland network of Europe Container Terminals (ECT) in Rotterdam. Under the name of European Gateway Services, ECT is developing a network of inland terminals to ensure regular, high frequency, efficient and sustainable transport between the inland terminals and its maritime terminals by barge and rail. As well as strengthening ACT’s position as an ‘extended gate’ of ECT, inclusion in this network also increases the number of hinterland connections for deep-sea customers. www.acthph.nl

Amsterdam Containers Terminal (ACT) is a modern deep-sea terminal with a 400-metre indented berth. Photo: Flying Focus

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MEO Stevedoring

MEO Stevedoring has its own container terminal in the Velsen North port. Photo: Ed Seeder.

MEO handles 300,000 tons of cargo annually, half of which is seed potatoes. Since 2009, MEO has had its own container terminal in in the Velsen North port. From here the stevedoring company handles containers from inland vessels, the loads from which are intended for its own warehouses. The

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EO Stevedoring is active across the entire Amsterdam port area. Although the company has its headquarters in Medemblik, north of Amsterdam, MEO operates stevedoring sites in the ports of Velsen and Beverwijk with a combined area of 90,000 m2, a total quay length of 1,000 metres and 25,000 m2 warehouse space of which 10% is refrigerated.

stuffing of containers with expert goods is also increasing at MEO. Its primary stevedoring activity is the handling of steel and steel products. Other cargoes handled include timber, cocoa, pulp and starch, and refrigerated products. In recent years MEO has also become a logistic partner to the project cargo sector. www.meo.nl

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THE SHIPPING INDUSTRY COUNTS ON US. 24/7 - DUTCH PILOTS -

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elserkom Stevedores is an independent daughter company of Tata Steel Europe in IJmuiden, located at the north bank of the North Sea Canal. It handles one million tons of general and dry bulk cargo per year, including several types of iron and steel, scrap metals, hot briquetted and pig iron, manganese, limestone and wood chips.

The company handles cargo in bulk and in big and super bags. A special hopper with a capacity of 60 m3 is used for handling dusty bulk materials. The hopper is equipped with 16 air filter units for dust control, extracting some 35,000 m3 per hour. The terminal’s total quay length is nearly 500 metres and its warehouse space covers 4,000 m2. The paved open storage space for bulk goods and general cargo is good for 55,000 m2. www.velserkom.nl

Velserkom Stevedores Terminal is conveniently situated at a distance of 4.8 km from the breakwater behind the sea locks on the north bank of the North Sea Canal. Photo: Ed Seeder

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CSY Ymuiden: European hub for frozen fish

The new, 30-metre wide quays (left, above) accommodate inland vessels, reefers, trawlers and other seagoing vessels. Photo: Zeehaven IJmuiden NV

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ontainer Stevedoring Ymuiden (CSY) is a new container terminal facility in the port of IJmuiden, which commenced operations in July 2011. This terminal is expected to further strengthen IJmuiden’s position at the heart of the international fisheries industry.

CSY is an initiative from the Amsterdambased Ter Haak Group and Zeehaven IJmuiden NV (the IJmuiden Port Authority). The CSY partners have close contacts with several leading fisheries companies such as Cornelis Vrolijk Holding, Parlevliet & Van der Plas and Kloosterboer. Trawlers unload the fish in IJmuiden where it is stored in the cold storage warehouses, transhipped by means of reefer containers and directly barged from IJmuiden. Barge Company Amsterdam (BCA), also part of the Ter Haak Group, transports the reefer containers on its daily services to deep sea terminals in Amsterdam, Antwerp and Rotterdam, from where 52

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shipping lines transport the fish the world over. In 2009 almost 2,500 containers of fish were being transported from IJmuiden by inland vessel, and by 2010 the figure had almost doubled tot 4,500. The Ter Haak Group expects to see the business grow to around 10,000 reefer containers annually in the next few years. Ter Haak’s Container Company Amsterdam (CCA) also intends to develop CSY as a supply base for offshore containers for the oil and gas industry. Located at the Haringhaven harbour, CSY has a container depot with service and maintenance facilities covering some 10,000 m² as well as 150 reefer points. In 2010 and 2011 Zeehaven IJmuiden NV has made the area ready for container transhipment. The new, 30-metre wide quays accomodate inland vessel that pick up containers of frozen fish. CSY IJmuiden is part of the Deep Sea International Frozen Fish Centre (DIFE), the strategic plan to strengthen IJmuiden’s position as frozen fish hub. www.terhaakgroup.com www.zeehaven.nl

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YCSM Stevedores

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CSM (‘IJmuider Controle- en Stuwadoors Maatschappij’) is a stevedoring company, active both in LoLo (lift on lift off) and RoRo cargo handling operations. YCSM handles the stowage and loading operations of cruise ships, ferries and offshore vessels calling at the Felison Terminal in IJmuiden. With three different stevedoring sites, the company offers a total quay length of 700 metres and a paved open storage space of 25,000 m².

Situated outside the IJmuiden locks, Felison Terminal is ideally situated for short-sea and time-critical traffic. In the ports around the North Sea Canal, YCSM also carries out cargo inspections. As an independent tally company, YCSM provides detailed certified reports on quantities loaded or discharged for shippers, consignees and owners. YCSM is a fully owned subsidiary of KVSA (Royal United Ship Agencies), owner of the Felison Terminal. www.ycsm.nl www.kvsa.nl

RoRo cargo for the daily DFDS Seaways ferry to Newcastle (UK). Photo: Dick van den Berg

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The Felison Ro-Ro Terminal – Your Gateway to the Netherlands The Felison Terminal is located in the port of IJmuiden. Convenient for Amsterdam and Schiphol International Airport, IJmuiden has excellent road and inland waterway connections. The Felison Terminal berths are located on the seaward side of the locks, and at the entrance of the Amsterdam North Sea Canal, Gateway to the Netherlands. The Terminal has two specialist RO-RO berths: Quay No.2 is located in the Fishery Harbour at the south side of the Felison passenger terminal. Ships up to a length of 200 meters and of up to 6.5 meters draught can dock at the ro-ro bridge. Quay No.3 is located in the IJmond Harbour. This new facility has been specifically designed to ensure the rapid and efficient loading and unloading of sea-going ships. Vessels up to 240 meters in length and up to 10 meters draught can be handled at this berth.

Additional features of the Felison Terminal include: • 24 hour service, 365 days a year • A high-quality parking and storage area (18,000 m2) equipped with closed-circuit TV security systems. • Dedicated and strengthened paved storage areas for high-grade and heavy cargo • ISPS certified • Dedicated, qualified staff • High quality terminal equipment • Extensive covered and open storage is available on and adjacent to the port area. Cold store capacity is also available in the port.

KVSA, owner and operator

The Felison Terminal is owned and operated by KVSA (Royal United Ship Agencies). KVSA, founded in 1876, is one of The Netherlands’ leading service providers to the maritime industry. The word “Royal” was added to the company’s name in recognition of the quality of service provided to customers for more than 130 years. You can find out more about us and the Felison Terminal at our website, www.felisonterminal.com. If you need any further information please contact us by phone, fax or e-mail. Phone: +31 255 545454 - Fax: +31 255 545426 E-mail: info@felisonterminal.nl - Internet: www.felisonterminal.com

Office Elst Industrieweg-Oost 16 6662 NE Elst Phone: +31 (0)88-1011206 Fax: +31 (0)88-1011208 E-mail: info@megabarging.nl Office Amsterdam Ruijgoordweg 100 1047 HM Amsterdam Phone: +31 (0)20-4801400 Fax: +31 (0)20-3347571 E-mail: info@megabarging.nl

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We Can, We Care Oiltanking Malta ́ s central location in the Mediterrane-

continuous coordination with her customers, ship agents

an, close to the international shipping lanes, allows for

and local authorities. Since starting 20 years ago, as

efficient distribution to the Mediterranean countries and

Oiltanking Malta’s first employee, Rachel has been ensu-

for leverage on arbitrage opportunities going east and

ring this excellent service. She continues to do so with

west. Rachel Caruana strives to efficiently schedule the

the same positive attitude as on her first day – simply

average 850 vessels that call on her berths each year by

because she cares.

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Reefer Stevedoring IJmuiden

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he core business of Reefer Stevedoring IJmuiden (RSIJ) is the loading and discharging of vessels. As a part of the Kloosterboer Group, RSIJ is specialised in refrigerated cargo. When discharging reefer shipments, the deep frozen cargo has to be immediately coldstored in refrigerated warehouses. Parent company Kloosterboer operates some 40,000 m² of cold store warehouses in the port of IJmuiden.

Reefer Stevedoring IJmuiden handles approximately 500,000 tons of refrigerated cargo per year. This is primarily pelagic fish such as herring, mackerel and horse mackerel, blue whiting, with small amounts of poultry and meat. RSIJ has six mobile cranes, around 130 trucks and some 120 employees. This highly experienced crew is able to load between 20,000 and 35,000 cartons of fish per shift. Reefer Agencies, a division of RSIJ, is actively involved in the formalities of port clearance for vessels and carriers calling at IJmuiden. www.kloosterboer.nl

Reefer Stevedoring IJmuiden is specialised in the handling of deep frozen cargo. Photo: Dick van den Berg

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Reefer Stevedoring IJmuiden handles some 500,000 tons of refrigerated cargo per year. Photo: Kloosterboer

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Hinterland connections

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he excellent connections to the European hinterland and the short 20-minute drive to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport give Amsterdam Seaports a significant lead when it comes to logistics and distribution. Over a third of all cargo flows to and from Amsterdam Seaports is by inland vessel, partly due to a short and efficient route to the Rhine via the Amsterdam-Rhine Canal. This enables a fast and effective service to consumers and industries in countries such as Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

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PORT GUIDE 2012 Oil products and coal make up the majority of the inland shipping transport from Amsterdam. Terminals such as the new Vopak Westpoort Terminal, Oiltanking Amsterdam, BP Amsterdam Terminal, EuroTank Amsterdam and NuStar use the inland waterways for the transit of oil products to the hinterland, while the two large coal transhipment companies OBA Bulk Terminal and Rietlanden Terminals deploy inland vessels and push barges to transport their coal to the European markets. IGMA and Cargill transport raw materials for the cattle feed industry to factories in the Netherlands and other European countries via inland shipping. Various container service companies shuttle back and forth between Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Antwerp and the German hinterland several times a week. The sailing time between Amsterdam and Duisburg, a major intermodal hub in the Ruhr region, is only sixteen hours.

INTERMODAL NETWORK Amsterdam Seaports is currently establishing a new intermodal network centred around container transfer points on industrial terrains or in inland ports, where trucks can deliver containers for onward transport through the Netherlands on inland vessels. To meet the expected growth of the number of containers in the port of Rotterdam and

strengthen Amsterdam Seaport’s position as a transfer hub for the north of the Netherlands, the network will include separate line services for large inland vessels (400-500 TEU). These barges will go back and forth between the ports of Rotterdam and Amsterdam (and possibly Schiphol), from where smaller vessels will act as line services via the inland ports in the north of the country. Amsterdam Seaports’s goal is to achieve a considerable expansion in the share of inland shipping and rail cargo to further increase the sustainability of the seaport. This includes a doubling of rail transportation from 5.5 million tons (2006) to 11 million tons in 2020, for instance by the expansion and electrification of the tracks. Since 2010, Amsterdam Seaports has had a direct connection to the Betuwe rail route, the main cargo line between Rotterdam and the German hinterland. A new rail shuttle between Amsterdam and Duisburg is creating additional possibilities for large companies such as Tata Steel IJmuiden, Flora Holland and stevedores, enabling them to transport products to German markets and the farthest corners of Europe.

NEW MOTORWAY AND TUNNEL A new tunnel below the North Sea Channel and a new motorway through the port area (‘Westrandweg’) further strengthen the Amsterdam Schiphol Airport/Amsterdam Seaports cluster. Both projects are due to be delivered in late 2012, and will relieve the current Amsterdam ringway and improve the connections from the port to Schiphol and Rotterdam. With around 45 million travellers a year, Schiphol is the fifth largest European airport. It is also the third largest when it comes to cargo transport with approximately 1.5 million tons. Amsterdam Seaports is Europe’s fourth seaport with some 90 million tons (2010).

ATLAS PARK Together with the Schiphol Area Development Company (SADC), the Port of Amsterdam is developing the Atlas Park for major logistic services companies. Due to its central location in the port area, the industrial estate is ideal for companies that transport goods both via the water and by air.

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An excellent example of heavy transport by Multiwheels, based in the port of Amsterdam. The company is specialised in transporting exceptional loads such as large parts for automotive factories, tall sailyacht masts or silos for brewers. Photo: Multiwheels

Aerial photo of the north bank of the North Sea Canal close to the Coen Tunnel. The construction of this second tunnel, to lead trafďŹ c under the canal, will improve the infrastructure of the Amsterdam ports when opened in 2013. Photo: Rijkswaterstaat

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Inland vessels have a signiďŹ cant share of container transport in Amsterdam. Photo: Dick van den Berg

A new rail yard in the Port of Amsterdam, recently extended to 750 metres in order to reduce the need for shunting cargo trains. Photo: Dick van den Berg

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Construction of the new Westrandweg motorway in Amsterdam Seaports is well underway. Photo's: Rijkswaterstaat

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Airport Seaport: The best of both worlds

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he city of Amsterdam has the unique benefit of being home to Europe’s fourth largest seaport and fifth largest airport, with only 15 kilometres separating the two. For many international logistics companies, this combination is an important – and often decisive – reason for setting up their business in the area. Together with Rotterdam, Europe’s largest seaport, the Amsterdam region offers a very strong cluster of three hubs less than 70 kilometres apart.

The Atlas Park is one of the most strategic locations between Amsterdam Seaports and Schiphol Airport. This 110-hectare business park is mainly intended for ‘dry’ logistic service companies, contract manufacturers and assembly companies. Photo: Evert Bruinekool

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Amsterdam Schiphol Airport is one of the European top three when it comes to air cargo, with some 1.5 million tons per year. Photo: Martin Hendriksen.

The Port of Amsterdam, the regional business association ORAM and Air Cargo Nederland (ACN) established the Airport Seaport cooperative to optimise the synergies of this airport/seaport location. Its goal is to attract more cargo flows and new companies by offering the best possible business climate, with, for instance, a good infrastructure and modern IT facilities as well as locations for new offices, distribution centres and production facilities; space that is readily available in the Amsterdam area. Amsterdam Airport Seaport clearly shows the added value of the combined services of Amsterdam Schiphol Airport and Amsterdam Seaports. Examples include coordinated custom checks, joint innovation and research projects (in the field of mobility, for instance) and joint professional training via uniform logistics courses in order to ensure sufficient qualified personnel for the future.

Other examples of the cooperation between airport and seaport are the feasibility projects with wireless communication (Radio Frequency Identification, RFID) between Air France-KLM and the port of Amsterdam, and the fast processing of passengers at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to the cruise ships in the ports of Amsterdam and IJmuiden. One of the most strategic locations between Amsterdam Seaports and Amsterdam Schiphol Airport is the Atlas Park. This 110-hectare business park is mainly intended for ‘dry’ logistic service companies, contract manufacturers and assembly companies. It offers the latest facilities in the field of information technology (broadband networks), park management, security and collective personnel transport. A company such as Hitachi Construction Machinery, located in the port of Amsterdam, is a good example of how company’s benefit from the Airport Seaport concept. The proximity of Schiphol Airport is extremely important to the Japanese firm as it receives clients and agents for training sessions and demonstrations on a weekly basis. www.portofamsterdam.nl www.schipholgroup.com

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Portbase: the Joint Port Community System

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ortbase became the joint Port Community System for the Amsterdam and Rotterdam ports in mid-2009. The goal now is to ensure that it becomes the national system for all Dutch seaports.

Portbase allows companies to communicate shipping information and cargo declarations to the port authorities and Customs. The new system combines all logistical information, including incoming and outgoing cargo from seagoing vessels, and the storage and distribution of goods and transport into the hinterland. Portbase transmits nearly 50 million electric messages per year, both between companies and between companies and the port authorities. Presently Portbase offers 41 services to some 2,000 customers with approximately 10,000 users. Primarily focused on everyday operations, the Portbase services were developed in cooperation with governmental

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Portbase offers 41 different services for the efďŹ cient exchange of information to some 2,000 customers and 10,000 users. Photo: Portbase

Schematic representation of the industrial sectors and authorities that are linked together via Portbase. Illustration: Portbase

organisations such as Customs, shipping companies, terminal operators, carriers and hinterland transporters. As a non-profit system that offers a neutral, transparent and reliable service to businesses as well as the port authorities, Portbase helps customers optimise their logistic processes and improve both their own competitive position and that of the port of Amsterdam. www.portbase.com

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Maritime and logistics education and training

The Maritime Academy's training and education programmes range from professional seafarers and fishermen to inland waterway nevigation and cargo handling. Photo: The Maritime Academy, IJmuiden

The Maritime Academy, based in IJmuiden, Amsterdam and several other Dutch ports, was established over a century ago, making it one of the oldest maritime training institutes in the Netherlands. Today the Academy is geared to prepare people for all modern functions at sea and in the ports. The training and education programmes range from professional seafarers and fisherman to inland waterway navigation and cargo handling. Courses are available at all levels, from operational port functions to schooling for waterway sailors and ship’s mates. Training is focussed on the practical side and given by highly experienced instructors using modern equipment such as training ships and advanced simulators.

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msterdam Seaports is well aware that proper education and good training is the only means of being assured of a skilled and reliable labour force. The high standards of the Amsterdam work force, its skill and motivation are the result of the excellent maritime educational facilities which train people for a wide variety of jobs in the transport industry, at sea and ashore.

As the maritime sector is constantly changing and new developments come thick and fast, good staff training is vital for companies in this sector. The Academy’s lecturers and instructors are highly qualified and experienced. A regular vocational training program is provided relating to ports, shipping, fisheries, Rhine and inland shipping. The Academy also offers a wide range of international complementary training courses that are geared to current developments in the maritime industry. In close consultation with its customers, the Maritime Academy organises courses that correspond precisely to companies’ specific needs and are given by instructors from the maritime sector and the academy’s own permanent staff. In 2011, some 3,000 students from around the world participated in these vocational courses. Contract education by the Academy is ISO and CEDEO-certified. Some courses are held on board the vessel of the participants in order to best simulate difficult situations. The Academy also offers an international course in disaster management and rescue work at sea for professionals from all over the world, including Port Facility Security Officer, Ship Sanitation and basic and advanced courses for VTS operators. www.maritieme-academie.nl

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Ship repair and maintenance

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hipbuilding is one of the oldest industries in the region and the floating dry-dock was actually invented in Amsterdam. While the industry has now disappeared in the port, two shipyards are specialised in the maintenance, repair and refitting of seagoing vessels. Voyage repairs are routine jobs around the clock.

Shipdock Amsterdam operates four graving dry-docks for ships up to 250 metres in length (about 85,000 dwt). The yard is known for quick and high quality repairs, conversions, dockings and its work force is very experienced. Shipdock specialises in the repair and conversion of dredgers, offshore vessels, deepsea trawlers, car carriers, cruiseships, navy vessels and chemical product tankers.

lengthening and hull & machinery upgrades. It concentrates on several vessel types such as coasters, tugs, offshore suppliers, dredgers, barges and fishing craft. Oranjewerf’s facilities include a floating dry-dock, a slipway, repair berths and fully equipped workshops. The yard docks vessels up to 135 x 24.5 x 7 metres, and a light weight of about 6,000 tons. Mobile voyage repair companies are active throughout the entire port region. They provide a round-the-clock service and drive their fully equipped repair trucks alongside ships at their berth. www.shipdock.nl www.oranjewerf.nl

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Full house at the four dry docks of Shipdock Amsterdam. Photo: Shipdock

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Amsterdam Port Consultants

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orts are hubs that connect water, road and rail, facilitating the smooth transport of goods and people. Port development and improvement are therefore of crucial importance to a country’s economy – and this is the remit of Amsterdam Port Consultants (APC). Founded in 1980 by the Port of Amsterdam, this public-private partnership passes on its knowledge in the fields of port development, management, operations and infrastructure. It assists ports worldwide both with advice and on-site realisation.

As an independent non-profit organisation, APC assists ports in developing new operations or upgrading existing facilities. Training and management development facilitate local participants with the required insight, knowledge and skills for a successful operation. APC’s expertise covers all aspects of port development, technical and commercial advice in a wide variety of areas. This includes feasibility studies, maritime safety & port security, master planning, institutional building, port engineering, training & management development, cargo handling operations, communications & navigation, port management & privatisation, project planning & evaluation. APC has carried out or is still involved in port development projects in countries like Angola, Bulgaria, Cameroon, China, Croatia, Cyprus, Djibouti, Eritrea, Georgia, Ghana, India, Ivory Coast, Mozambique, Netherlands Antilles, Nigeria, Russia, South Africa, Surinam, Turkey and Zimbabwe. www.amsterdamportconsultants.com

Artist’s impression of the future Kai Tak cruise terminal in Hong Kong, a project in which Amsterdam Port Consultants (APC) is involved Source: Dragages Hong Kong

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AUTHORITIES AND MARITIME SERVICES

Authorities and Maritime services PORT OF AMSTERDAM

CUSTOMS

The municipal authority Port of Amsterdam is responsible for nautical management and port development. It is not involved in commercial activities as these are carried out by the private sector. The authority invests in innovation, the development and maintenance of the nautical infrastructure such as the port basins, a number of bulk handling quays and several other port facilities. Port of Amsterdam makes its extensive know-how available to new companies interested in locating within the port region.

The Dutch Customs inspects the flow of goods in and out of the territory of the European Union. As Dutch air and seaports form part of the external borders of the EU, a significant part of the customs activities takes place in the western part of the Netherlands. Responsible for over 25% of the total EU imports and exports, the Dutch Customs is a modern and efficient organisation backed up by advanced technology.

As the port authority, Port of Amsterdam controls the shipping traffic in the 30-kilometre long port area, including the IJmuiden outer harbour and sea locks. It operates state-of-the-art patrol boats equipped with heavy firefighting equipment. The Pontis computer control system is of great assistance to all parties involved, providing information and all required shipping data to pilots, customs, immigration authorities and port companies.

The Dutch Customs works closely together with other specialised inspection and investigation services such as the national fiscal intelligence and investigation service (FIOD), environmental departments, the police, the immigration authorities and the general inspection service. Cooperation with other customs services in the EU has also become even more intensive over recent years.

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The Loodswezen has the disposal of sea-going pilot vessels, SWATHs, tenders, launches and a helicopter. Photo: Ed Seeder

of Amsterdam) which provide services for the mooring and un-mooring of vessels in the eastern and the western port areas. Using the same line-handling tenders, these organisations also deliver provisions to ships before they are alongside the quay. In addition, they collect and deliver ships’ waste to the port reception facility as required by EU regulations.

PILOTS The Amsterdam-IJmond region, part of the overall Dutch pilotage (‘Loodswezen’), handles some 20,000 shipping movements a year. The service has developed a highly accurate portable navigation system to guide deep drafting vessels from the North Sea cross point into IJmuiden at the head of the North Sea Canal leading to the Amsterdam port. Helicopters are used to place pilots aboard in bad weather conditions.

TOWAGE Port towage is available to shipping throughout the port area. New heavy-duty tugs with high bollard-pull capacities have recently been added to the modern tug fleets of Svitzer and Iskes Towage & Salvage as shipping movements have increased. Although the absence of tide and currents makes the port area easily manoeuvrable, tug assistance is always available and especially useful in stormy conditions.

SHIP’S SUPPLIES Provisioning of bunkers, food and drinking water is handled by a number of companies. All types of food and beverages are available for those onboard luxury cruise vessels, from crew members to pampered passengers.

PORT WASTE RECEPTION New sustainability rules dictate that ships should deliver waste, garbage and sludge to an authorised reception facility. Amsterdam Seaports has such installations, where the ship’s waste is recycled or disposed of in the correct way. A number of companies also collect the waste from onboard.

IT SERVICES Worldwide chartering brokerage is communicated by BTS (Business Telecom Solutions), the regional maritime cyber centre, operated by KVSA in IJmuiden. KVSA is a shipbroker that provides a full range of IT business-to-business services for the entire Amsterdam Seaports region.

BOATMEN The port has two boatmen corporations (‘C.V.V. Coöperatieve Vereniging van Vletterlieden’ in the port of IJmuiden and ‘De Koperen Ploeg’, based at the port

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Oranjewerf Scheepsreparatie B.V. Nieuwendammerdijk 542 tel: 020-6347511 www.oranjewerf.com

1023 BX Amsterdam fax:020-6347533 info@oranjewerf.nl

GRAB- | CONTAINER- | CARGOCRANES

www.zpmceurope.com

Inspection Maintenance Repair Spareparts for any brand of cranes Postbus 2544 | 1000 CM Amsterdam | T +31 (0) 20 60 69 900 F +31 (0) 20 60 69 911 | info@zpmceurope.com

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I N D E X O F C O M PA N I E S A N D O R G A N I S AT I O N S Company name

address

p code

city

phone +31

fax

e-mail

internet site

AUTHORITIES AND INSTITUTIONS Amsterdam Partners

P.O. Box 3331

1001 AC

Amsterdam

(0)20-5305090

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info@amsterdampartners.nl

www.iamsterdam.com

Amsterdam Port Consultants

P.O.Box 19406

1000 GK

Amsterdam

(0)20-5234506

(0)20-5234006

info@amsterdamportconsultants.nl

www.amsterdamportconsultants.nl

Amsterdam Ports Association

De Ruijterkade 7

1013 AA

Amsterdam

(0)20-6273706

(0)20-6264969

amports@amports.nl

www.amports.nl

Amsterdam, Port of (Port Authority)

P.O.Box 19406

1000 GK

Amsterdam

(0)20-5234500

(0)20-6209821

info@portofamsterdam.nl

www.portofamsterdam.nl

Amsterdam Toerisme & Congres Bureau P.O. box 3901

1001 AS

Amsterdam

(0)20-5512512

(0)20-6252869

by website

www.atcb.nl

BAM Civiel Noord-West

P.O. Box 37022

1030 AA

Amsterdam

(0)20-4949250

(0)20-4949270

noordwest@bamciviel.nl

www.bamciviel.nl

BAM Grondtechniek

P.O. Box 37279

1030 AG Amsterdam

(0)20-4352920

(0)20-4352921

bamgrondtechniek@bamciviel.nl

www.bamgrondtechniek.nl

BAM Leidingen & Industrie

P.O. Box 120

4100 AC

Culemborg

(0)345-471471

(0)345-471472

info.li@bam-it.nl

www.bam-li.nl

BAM Utiliteitsbouw Regio Noordwest P.O. Box 59363

1040 KJ

Amsterdam

(0)20-5745222

(0)20-5745333

amsterdam@bamutiliteitsbouw.nl

www.bam.nl

BAM Wegen Regio Noordwest

P.O. Box 30

1500 AE

Zaandam

(0)75-7507500

(0)75-7507510

info.noordwest@bamwegen.nl

www.bamwegen.nl/

Chamber of Commerce Amsterdam

P.O.Box 2852

1000 CW Amsterdam

(0)20-5314000

(0)20-5314799

info@amsterdam.kvk.nl

www.amsterdam.kvk.nl

Coast Guard

P.O.Box 10.000

1780 CA

Den Helder

(0)223-542300

(0)223-658358

info@kustwacht.nl

www.kustwacht.nl

Amsterdam

www.douane.nl

Customs - port office

Corsicaweg 10

1044 AB

(0)20-5062031

(0)20-4113341

contact via web site

FED IJmond

Sluisplein 60

1975 AG IJmuiden

(0)255-560505

(0)255-560508

info@fedijmond.nl

Harbour Police

Westerdoksdijk 421

1013 AD Amsterdam

(0)20-5230230

(0)20-5230240

contact via web site

www.politie.nl

Havensocieteit Groot Amsterdam

Hornlaan 12

1566 VM Assendelft

(0)75-6873005

(0)75-8471665

info@havensocieteit.nl

www.havensocieteit.nl

Hogeschool van Amsterdam

P.O. Box 1025

1000 BA

(0)20-5953246

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www.hva.nl

HOV IJmond

Sluisplein 55

1975 AG IJmuiden

(0)255-545423

(0)255-545426

info@hovijmond.nl

www.hovijmond.nl

Immigration - Koninklijke Marechaussee Kanaalstraat 79

1975 BB

IJmuiden

(0)255-566700

(0)255-566755

ijmuiden@dutch-immigration.nl

www.marechaussee.nl

KNRM, Royal Dutch Lifeboat Institution P.O.Box 434`

1970 AK

IJmuiden

(0)255-548454

(0)522-522572

info@knrm.nl

www.knrm.nl

Maritime Academy Amsterdam

Kanaalstraat 7

1975 BA

IJmuiden

(0)23-5302900

(0)255-536579

by website

www.maritieme-academie.com

Municipality of Amsterdam

P.O.Box 202

1000 AE

Amsterdam

(0)20-55252746 (0)20-5552214

info@amsterdam.nl

www.amsterdam.nl

Amsterdam

Municipality of Beverwijk

P.O.Box 450

1940 AL

Beverwijk

(0)251-256256

(0)251-256444

info@beverwijk.nl

www.beverwijk.nl

Municipality of Velsen

P.O.Box 465

1970 AL

IJmuiden

(0)255-567200

(0)255-567760

info@velsen.nl

www.velsen.nl

Municipality of Zaanstad

P.O.Box 2000

1500 GA Zaandam

0900-2352352

(0)75-6552400

info@zaanstad.nl

www.zaanstad.nl

NCH

P.O. Box 10

2501 CA

Den Haag

(0)70-3441544

(0)70-3853531

info@nchnl.nl

www.handelsbevordering.nl

Den Haag

www.nabc.nl

Netherlands African Business Council

P.O. Box 93802

2509 AB

(0)70-3043618

(0)70-3043620

info@nabc.nl

Netherlands Hong Kong Society

Strekkerweg 75

1033 DA Amsterdam

(0)20-7600333

(0)20-7600335

info@hongkongkvk.nl

www.nhks.nl

Nederland Distributieland

P.O. Box 660

2700 AR

(0)79-3438110

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by website

www.ndl.nl

Zoetermeer

Nova Contract Opleidingen & Training Postbus 2295

2002 CG

Haarlem

(0)23-5302000

---------------------- novacontract@novacollege.nl.

NVG

P.O. Box 93002

2509 AA

Den Haag

(0)20-3306103

(0)20-3306105

info@nvg-golf.nl

www.nvg-golf.nl

Onderwijs Centrum Binnenvaart

P.O. Box 23133

3001 KC

Rotterdam

(0)10-2060609

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info@onderwijs-binnenvaart.nl

www.onderwijs-binnenvaart.nl

ORAM, Business Association Amsterdam De Ruijterkade 7

1013 AA

Amsterdam

(0)20-6222111

(0)20-6203133

info@oram.nl

www.oram.nl

Pilot Service (Loodswezen)

1970 AA

IJmuiden

(0)255-564545

(0)255-564515

amsterdam-ijmond@loodswezen.nl

www.loodswezen.nl www.noord-holland.nl

P.O.Box 11

www.novacollege.nl

Province of North Holland

P.O.Box 123

2007 MD Haarlem

(0)23-5143143

(0)23-5144040

post@noord-holland.nl

Public Checkpoint Amsterdam

Cacaoweg 20

1047 BM Amsterdam

(0)20-4072090

(0)20-4072099

info@acs-holland.com

www.pca-holland.com

Scheepvaartmuseum

P.O. Box 15443

1001 MK Amsterdam

(0)20-5232222

(0)20-5232213

info@scheepvaartmuseum.nl

www.hetscheepvaartmuseum.nl

Stadsdeel Amsterdam Noord

P.O. Box 37608

1030 BB

(0)20-6241111

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info@noord.amsterdam.nl

www.noord.amsterdam.nl

Stichting Nederland Maritiem Land

P.O. Box 30145

3001 DC Rotterdam

(0)10-2052720

(0)10-2055307

info@dutch-maritime-network.nl

www.dutch-maritime-network.nl

Amsterdam

Stichting Sail Amsterdam

Kattenburgerstraat 7

1018 JA

Amsterdam

(0)20-6811804

(0)20-6811702

info@sail-amsterdam.nl

www.sail2010.nl

Syntens

P.O. Box 19408

1000 GK

Amsterdam

(0)88-4440444

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by website

www.syntens.nl www.veban.nl

VEBAN

P.O. Box 37168

1030 AD Amsterdam

(0)20-6368365

(0)20-4920412

info@veban.nl

Zaanstad Business Association

Kleine Tocht 7

1507 CB

Zaandam

(0)75-6148921

(0)75-6148919

secretariaat@ondernemerskring-zaanstreek.nl www.ondernemerskring-zaanstreek.nl

Zeehaven IJmuiden NV

P.O.Box 541

1970 AM IJmuiden

(0)255-547000

(0)255-547060

info@zeehaven.nl

www.zeehaven.nl

AGENTS AND SHIPBROKERS

80

Amons & Co.

P.O.Box 27

1500 EA

Zaandam

(0)75-6163841

(0)75-6163852

chartering@amons.nl

Amstel Shipping & Agency

De Ruyterkade 125

1011 AC

Amsterdam

(0)20-6144400

(0)20-6111406

chartering@amstelship.nl

Animco Shipping Agency

Waalstraat 18

1078 BS

Amsterdam

(0)20-6793415

(0)20-6730557

info@animco.nl

Arned - Cela Agencies

P.O.Box 5

3130 AA

Vlaardingen

(0)10-4344799

(0)10-4354323

rotterdam@arned-cela.com

ASCO Holland (Logistics) BV

Strandweg 2

1976 BS

IJmuiden

(0)-255 533 250

(0)-255 533 508

info@ascoworld.nl

www.ascoworld.com

Bais Maritiem

Trawlerkade 106

1976 CC

IJmuiden

(0)255-513839

(0)255-512095

info@bais.nl

www.bais.nl

Balt Dutch Shipping Agencies

Dienstenstraat 15

3161 GN Rhoon

(0)10-5033450

(0)10-5019980

info@balt-dutch.nl

www.balt-dutch.com

Box Shipping Agency & Forwarding

Radarweg 36

1042 AA

Amsterdam

(0)20-4488476

(0)20-4488479

all@boxshipping.nl

www.boxshipping.nl

Broekman Motorships

Albert Plesmanweg 63 3088 GB

Rotterdam

(0)10-4873911

(0)10-4282215

info@broekman-group.nl

www.broekman-group.nl

www.amstelship.nl www.arned-cela.com

Burger Feeder Services

P.O.Box 149

3000 AC

Rotterdam

(0)10-5062444

(0)10-5062750

xcl@burgergroup.com

www.royalburgergroup.com

Burger Port Agencies Amsterdam

SardiniĂŤweg 4

1044 AE

Amsterdam

(0)20-5875870

(0)20-6133886

amsterdam@burgergroup.com

www.royalburgergroup.com

Cargill Agency Dept.

P.O.Box 8074

1005 AB

Amsterdam

(0)20-5801841

(0)20-6822125

agency-amst@cargill.com

www.igma.nl

Cargo Company Ymond (CCY)

Ruijgoordweg 80

1047 HM Amsterdam

(0)20-6116688

(0)20-2011887

ccy@terhaakgroup.com

www.terhaakgroup.com

Casa Shipping

P.O.Box 56126

1040 AC

Amsterdam

(0)20-6815238

(0)20-6816393

casa@casa-shipping.nl

CMA CGM

P.O.Box 132

3190 AC

Hoogvliet

(0)10-2998199

(0)10-2998190

rtm.genmbox@cma-cgm.com

CP Ships Netherlands

Cypresbaan 25

2908 LT

Capelle a/d IJssel (0)180-481234

(0)180-481298

by website

www.cpships.com

Cyber Freight Amsterdam

Zandsteen 1

2132 MZ Hoofddorp

(0)20-6537428

cfa@cyberfreight.nl

www.cyberfreight.nl

December 2011

(0)20-6537641

Amsterdam Seaports

www.cma-cgm.com


I N D E X O F C O M PA N I E S A N D O R G A N I S AT I O N S Company name

address

p code

city

phone +31

fax

e-mail

internet site

DFDS Seaways

P.O.Box 548

1970 BA

IJmuiden

(0)255-546666

(0)255-546605

nlinfo@dfdsseaways.nl

www.dfds.nl

DFDS Tor Line

Antarticaweg 199

3199 KA

Rotterdam

(0)181-355500

(0)181-370244

by website

www.dfdstorline.com

Amsterdam

(0)20-5060360

(0)20-5060366

agencies@dsshipping.nl

www.dsshipping.nl

(0)251-222555

(0)251-217508

dpa.beverwijk@wxs.nl

DS Shipping

Corsicaweg 10

1044 AB

Dutch Port Agency

Zuiderkade 25a

1948 NG Beverwijk

Eurokor Logistics

Ridderpoort 40

2984 BG

Ridderkerk

(0)180-485555

(0)180-485535

info@eurokor.nl

Eurovracht Amsterdam

Ankersmidplein 2

1506 CK

Zaandam

(0)75-6553010

(0)75-6318381

post@eurovracht.nl

www.eurokor-logistics.com

GAC Netherlands Ltd

Sluisjesdijk 155

3087 AG Rotterdam

(0)10-4289680

(0)10-4952153

agency.rotterdam@gacworld.com

Hapag-Lloyd Netherlands

P.O.Box 57608

3008 BP

Rotterdam

(0)10-2404400

(0)10-2404310

info@hlcl.com

www.hlcl.com

HoĂŤgh Autoliners

Corsicaweg 10

1044 AB

Amsterdam

(0)20-6116764

(0)20-6113539

autoliners.nl@hoegh.com

www.hoegh.com

www.gacworld.com

Inchcape Shipping Services

P.O. Box 8515

3009 AM Rotterdam

(0)10-2951111

(0)10-2951121

by website

www.iss-shipping.com

KVSA

P.O.Box 504

1970 AM IJmuiden

(0)255-545454

(0)255-545436

agency@kvsa.nl

www.kvsa.nl

Maritime Transport Services

P.O.Box 37196

1030 AD Amsterdam

(0)20-6866631

(0)20-6840596

info@mtsgroup.nl

www.mtsgroup.nl

MCT Lucassen

Nieuwendammerdijk 530k 1023 BX

Amsterdam

(0)20-6866710

(0)20-6880500

info@mct-lucassen.nl

www.mercurius-group.nl

MISC Agencies (Netherlands)

P.O.Box 23054

3001 KB

Rotterdam

(0)10-2092222

(0)10-2092299

info@misan.nl

www.misan.nl

Multi Marine

Netwerk 17

1446 XB

Purmerend

(0)299-685851

(0)299-685806

agencies@multimarine.nl

www.multimarine.nl

Nebam

P.O.Box 512

1970 AM IJmuiden

(0)251-495500

(0)251-470279

nebam@nebam.nl

www.nebam.nl

Nepa Shipping

Hoger Einde Noord 28 1191 AC

Ouderkerd a/d Amstel (0)20-6846656

(0)20-6849555

amsterdam@nepa-shipping.nl

www.nepa-shipping.biz

Neptumar

Van Riemsdijkweg 76

3088 HD Rotterdam

(0)10-4283800

(0)10-4283804

sales@neptumar.nl

www.neptumar.nl

NileDutch Agencies

P.O.Box 21032

3001 AA

Rotterdam

(0)10-2066400

(0)10-2066499

info@niledutchagencies.com

www.niledutch.com

Nissan Carrier Europe

Corsicaweg 10-13

1044 AB

Amsterdam

(0)20-6139961

(0)20-6114186

mulder@ncemc.nl

NMT International Shipping

Gorslaan 30

1441 RG

Purmerend

(0)299-480640

(0)299-480649

shipping@nmtshipping.com

www.nmtshipping.com

Novo Chartering

P.O.Box 400

1940 AK

Beverwijk

(0)251-229166

(0)251-222385

mail@novochart.nl

www.novochart.nl

NYK Line (Benelux)

P.O.Box 19045

3001 BS

Rotterdam

(0)10-4031400

(0)10-2332113

by website

www.nykline.com

OOCL (Benelux)

Weena-Zuid 164

3012 NC Rotterdam

(0)10-2248222

(0)10-4121737

by website

www.oocl.com

Peterson SBS IJmuiden

Westerduinweg 10

1976 BV

IJmuiden

(0)23-3685306

(0)255-546550

offshore@peterson.com

www.peterson.nl

Promar Agencies

Coenhavenweg 8

1013 BL

Amsterdam

(0)20-4480199

(0)20-4470190

amsterdam@promar.nl

www.promar-agencies.nl

Reefer Agencies

P.O.Box 381

1970 AJ

IJmuiden

(0)255-566639

(0)255-536764

agencies@kloosterboer.nl

www.kloosterboer.nl

Safmarine Netherlands

P.O.Box 414

3000 AK

Rotterdam

(0)10-5032200

(0)10-5015745

info@nl.safmarine.com

www.safmarine.com

1013 BL

Amsterdam

(0)20-6060970

(0)20-6861003

schutter.amsterdam@schuttergroep.nl www.schuttergroep.nl

Schutter Rotterdam, Amsterdam Branch Coenhavenweg 8 Seamar Services BV

Het Nieuwe Werk 49

1781 AL

Den Helder

(0)223-683050

(0)223-625733

info@seamar.nl

www.seamar.nl

Seamar Shipping BV

Het Nieuwe Werk 49

1781 AL

Den Helder

(0)223-683050

(0)223-625733

info@seamar.nl

www.seamar.nl

Sea-Cargo Agencies

P.O. Box 58417

1040 HK

Amsterdam

(0)20-5877800

(0)20-5877771

info@sea-cargo.nl

www.sea-cargo.no

Silver Star Agencies

P.O.Box 8427

1005 AK

Amsterdam

(0)20-4486848

(0)20-4486849

agency@silverstar.nl

www.silverstar.nl

Sinepol shipping Agency

Strevelsweg 700 / 113

3083 AS

Rotterdam

(0)10-4802510

(0)10-4802145

info@sinepol.nl

www.sinepol.nl

Slavenburg & Huyser

P.O.Box 543

3000 AM Rotterdam

(0)10-4032800

(0)10-4110077

post@slavenburg-en-huyser.nl

www.slavenburg-en-huyser.com

Soetermeer Fekkes Cargadoorskantoor Coenhavenweg 14a

1013 BL

Amsterdam

(0)20-6824456

(0)20-6812106

amsterdam@sfck.nl

www.sfck.nl

Spliethoff

1000 AK

Amsterdam

(0)20-4488400

(0)20-4488500

gogracht@spliethoff.com

www.spliethoff.nl

Amsterdam

P.O.Box 409

Thor Shipping & Transport

P.O.Box 8937

1040 AK

(0)20-4487844

(0)20-4487855

info@thorshipping.nl

www.thorshipping.nl

Tjonger Marine Services

Van Riemsdijkweg 78

3088 HD Rotterdam

(0)10-2942300

(0)10-2942323

marine@tjonger.nl

www.tjonger.nl

Unieveem

P.O.Box 8215

1005 AE

(0)20-6063111

(0)20-6820911

info@unieveem.nl

www.univeem.nl

Unifeeder

Van Riemsdijkweg 78

3088 HD Rotterdam

Amsterdam

(0)10-2416422

(0)10-2416423

sales-rtm@unifeeder.com

www.unifeeder.com

United Stevedores Amsterdam (USA)

Ruijgoordweg 80

1047 HM Amsterdam

(0)20-6116688

(0)20-2011882

usa@usamsterdam.com

www.terhaakgroup.com

Van Uden Amsterdam

Vlothavenweg 10

1013 BJ

Amsterdam

(0)20-4867968

(0)20-4867964

group@van-uden.nl

www.van-uden.nl

VCK Logistics

P.O.Box 58417

1040 HK

Amsterdam

(0)20-5877877

(0)20-5877895

info-group@vck.nl

www.vck.nl

Vertom Scheepvaart & Handelsmaatschappij P.O.Box 244

3190 AE

Hoogvliet

(0)10-2858585

(0)10-2858580

by website

www.vertom.nl

Victory Shipping and Agency

Nieuwe Gracht 74

2011 NJ

Haarlem

(0)23-5315668

(0)23-5315003

chart@victory-shipping.com

VO Agencies

Hofhoek 20-48

3176 PD

Poortugaal

(0)10-5062333

(0)10-5062700

info@royalburgergroup.com

Voigt & Co

Van Riemsdijkweg 78

3088 HD Rotterdam

(0)10-2416400

(0)10-2416500

voigt@voigt.nl

www.voigt.nl

Vopak Agencies Amsterdam

P.O.Box 20616

1001 NP

(0)20-4488700

(0)20-4488750

agencies.amsterdam@vopak.com

www.vopak.com

Wagenborg Agencies

Vredeweg 36 A

1505 HH Zaandam

(0)75-6159832

(0)75-6313391

agency.amsterdam@wagenborg.com www.wagenborg.nl

WorldWise Marine Brokers

Sluisplein 42

1975 AG IJmuiden

(0)255-536906

(0)255-545080

info@worldwisemarine.com

Amsterdam

www.royalburgergroup.com

www.worldwisemarine.com

GENERAL CARGO STEVEDORES, CONTAINER AND RO/RO TERMINAL OPERATORS Amsterdam Container Terminals

Ruijgoordweg 100

1047 HM Amsterdam

(0)20-4073900

(0)20-4073901

info@acthph.nl

www.acthph.nl

Amsterdam Marine Terminals

Corsicaweg 10

1044 AB

Amsterdam

(0)20-4073900

(0)20-4073901

info@acthph.nl

www.acthph.nl

ASCO Holland (Logistics) BV

Strandweg 2

1976 BS

IJmuiden

(0)-255 533 250

(0)-255 533 508

info@ascoworld.nl

www.ascoworld.com

BCS Amsterdam

Capriweg 2

1044 AL

Amsterdam

(0)20-6131535

(0)20-3344085

info@bcsnl.com

www.coldstore.nl

Dorrestijn Stuwadoors

Noorderkade 1a

1948 NR

Beverwijk

(0)251-225306

(0)251-212287

d.dorrestijn@timberterminal.nl

www.timberterminal.nl

Eggerding

Coenhavenweg 22

1013 BL

Amsterdam

(0)20-5812200

(0)20-5812299

r.heeringa@eggerding.com

www.eggerding.com

European Stevedoring

Strandweg 11-13

1976 BS

IJmuiden

(0)255-522921

(0)255-522917

europe001@planet.nl

www.pp-group.eu

IJmond Terminal

P.O.Box 411

1970 AK

IJmuiden

(0)251-229082

(0)251-241203

info@stevegroup.nl

www.stevegroup.nl

IJmuiden

Kloosterboer IJmuiden

Trawlerkade 4

1976 CB

Koopman Car Terminal

Maltaweg 3

1044 AH Amsterdam

(0)255-566611

(0)255-520492

info@kloosterboer.nl

www.kloosterboer.nl

(0)20-5061320

(0)20-5061330

info@koopman.nl

www.koopman.nl

KVSA

P.O.Box 504

1970 AM IJmuiden

(0)255-545454

(0)255-545436

agency@kvsa.nl

www.kvsa.nl

MEO Stevedoring

Noorderkade 10

1948 NR

(0)251-291996

(0)251-291997

info@meo.nl

www.meo.nl

Beverwijk

www.amports.nl

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I N D E X O F C O M PA N I E S A N D O R G A N I S AT I O N S Company name

address

p code

city

phone +31

fax

e-mail

internet site

Peterson SBS IJmuiden

Westerduinweg 10

1976 BV

IJmuiden

(0)223-685306

(0)255-546550

ijmuiden@petersonsbs.com

PontMeyer

P.O.Box 2073

1500 GB

Zaandam

(0)75-6536262

(0)75-6149251

info@pontmeyer.nl

www.pontmeyer.nl

Reefer Stevedoring IJmuiden

P.O.Box 381

1970 AJ

IJmuiden

(0)225-549951

(0)255-515694

stevedores@kloosterboer.nl

www.kloosterboer.nl www.stevegroup.nl

www.peterson.nl

Stuwadoorsbedrijf Velsen

2e Rijksbinnenhaven 39 1951 JN

IJmuiden

(0)251-229079

(0)251-212030

info@stevegroup.nl

Stuwcoza

Symon Spiersweg 21

1506 RZ

Zaandam

(0)75-6163860

(0)75-6350701

pontcentrop@terminal.nl

Transko Stevedoring & Warehousing

Zuiderkade 16

1948 NG Beverwijk

(0)251-218577

(0)251-217914

info@ctbbv.nl

United Stevedores Amsterdam (USA)

Ruijgoordweg 80

1047 HM Amsterdam

(0)20-6116688

(0)20-2011882

usa@usamsterdam.com

www.terhaakgroup.com

VCK Scandia Terminal

P.O.Box 58417

1040 HK

Amsterdam

(0)20-5877877

(0)20-5877770

info@vck.nl

www.vck.nl www.velserkom.nl

www.ctbbv.nl

Velserkom, Stevedores

P.O.Box 23

1970 AA

IJmuiden

(0)251-211950

(0)251-212030

info@velserkom.nl

Wagenborg Agencies

Vredeweg 36 A

1505 HH Zaandam

(0)75-6159832

(0)75-6313391

agency.amsterdam@wagenborg.com www.wagenborg.nl

Waterland Terminal

Elbaweg 10

1044 AD Amsterdam

(0)20-4480620

(0)20-6118297

kantoor@waterlandterminal.nl

www.waterlandterminal.nl

YCSM

P.O.Box 504

1970 AM IJmuiden

(0)251-545454

(0)255-545436

info@kvsa.nl

www.ycsm.nl

DRY & LIQUID BULK HANDLING TERMINALS Bouwgrondstoffen AGM,

Amerikahavenweg 12

1045 AD Amsterdam

(0)20-6147821

(0)20-6148459

lennard.martha@sagrex.nl

www.sagrex.nl

BP Amsterdam Terminal

P.O.Box 8125

1005 AC

Amsterdam

(0)20-5863211

(0)20-6110532

by website

www.bp.nl

Eggerding

Coenhavenweg 22

1013 BL

Amsterdam

(0)20-5812200

(0)20-5812299

r.heeringa@eggerding.com

www.eggerding.com

Eurotank Amsterdam

Van Riebeeckhavenweg 9 1041 AD Amsterdam

(0)20-5872121

(0)20-6119768

info@eurotank.com

www.eurotank.com

Facta Iternational BV

P.O. Box 153

trade@facta-international.com

www.facta-international.com www.graniet-import.nl

1500 ED

Zaandam

(0)75-6818040

(0)75-6818050

Golden Arrow olieprod. Amsterdam BV Le Mairekade 77

1013 CB

Amsterdam

(0)20-6844299

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Graniet Import Benelux

Amerikahavenweg 2

1045 AC

Amsterdam

(0)20-6146292

(0)20-6115968

info@graniet-import.nl

Hanson Aggregates Nederland

Amerikahavenweg 11

1045 AA

Amsterdam

(0)20-6147928

(0)20-6147918

lennard.martha@sagrex.nl

www.sagrex.nl

ICL Fertilizers Europe

P.O.Box 313

1000 AH Amsterdam

(0)20-5815100

(0)20-6868328

general@iclfertilizers.eu

www.iclfertilizers.com

IGMA

P.O.Box 8692

1005 AR

Amsterdam

(0)20-5808111

(0)20-6823267

info@igma.nl

www.igma.nl

Lukoil Benelux BV

Le Mairekade 77

1013 CB

Amsterdam

(0)20-6813657

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by website

www.lukoil.com

MAIN

Petroleumhavenweg 48 1041 AC

Amsterdam

(0)20-6130225

(0)20-6118723

info@main-bv.nl

www.main-bv.nl

Maja Stevedores

Moezelhavenweg 85

1043 AM Amsterdam

(0)20-6842194

(0)20-6847024

info@majastuwadoors.nl

www.majastuwadoors.nl

Mondo Minerals

P.O.Box 58416

1040 HK

Amsterdam

(0)20-4487448

(0)20-4487437

ruud.blok@mondominerals.com

www.mondominerals.com

Noord-Europees Wijnopslag Bedrijf

Moezelhavenweg 10

1043 AM Amsterdam

(0)20-6136600

(0)20-6133595

info@newob.eu

www.newob.eu

NuStar

Sextantweg 10

1042 AH Amsterdam

(0)20-6117575

(0)20-6119755

dineke.pot@nustarenergy.com

www.nustarenergy.com

OBA Bulk Terminal Amsterdam

P.O.Box 8041

1005 AA

Amsterdam

(0)20-5873750

(0)20-6118215

directie@oba-bulk.nl

www.oba-bulk.nl

Oiltanking Amsterdam

Heining 100

1047 AH Amsterdam

(0)20-4070100

(0)20-4979009

commerce.amserdam@oiltanking.com www.oiltanking.com

Omya Netherlands

Grasweg 47

1031 HX

Amsterdam

(0)20-6362222

(0)20-6325161

alex.tenbrtinke@omya.com

Rietlanden Terminals

P.O.Box 59191

1040 KD

Amsterdam

(0)20-5061144

(0)20-6130724

info@rietlanden.com

www.rietlanden.com

Stichting Cova

Blaak 22

3011 TA

Rotterdam

(0)10-4134740

(0)10-4146238

cova@cova.nl

www.cova.nl

Tate & Lyle Molasses

Jozef Verschaveweg 100 8380

0032 50557075

0032 050547415 gabriel.vanhulle@tateandlyle.com

United Stevedores Amsterdam (USA)

Ruijgoordweg 80

1047 HM Amsterdam

(0)20-6116688

(0)20-2011882

usa@usamsterdam.com

www.terhaakgroup.com

Velserkom, Stevedores

P.O.Box 23

1970 AA

IJmuiden

(0)251-211950

(0)251-212030

info@stevegroup.nl

www.stevegroup.nl

Vopak Terminal Amsterdam

Petroleumhavenweg 42 1041 AC

Amsterdam

(0)20-6115353

(0)20-6118501

daan.van.rooijen@vopak.com

www.vopak.com

Westway Terminals

Octaanweg 8

1041 AN Amsterdam

(0)20-7540181

(0)20-6119489

arjen.besselink@westway-terminals.com

Wine Terminal Roders

P.O.Box 2085

1000 CB

(0)20-6932194

(0)20-6930508

info@wtroders.com

Zeebrugge

Amsterdam

www.omya.com

www.melasse.nl

www.westway-terminals.com

www.wtroders.com

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82

ABX Logistics Domestic (Nederland)

Gyroscoopweg 4-8

1042 AB

Amsterdam

(0)20-4486100

(0)20-4486147

info@abxlogistics.nl

www.abxlogistics.nl

Alpi International Forwarders

P.O.Box 67

1500 EB

Zaandam

(0)75-7502600

(0)75-7502435

alpi@alpi.nl

www.alpi.nl

Amsterdam Coldstore Solutions

Cacaoweg 20 (loods 19) 1047 BM Amsterdam

(0)20-4072095

(0)20-4072099

info@acs-holland.com

www.acs-holland.com

Amsterdam Container Terminals

Ruijgoordweg 100

1047 HM Amsterdam

(0)20-4073900

(0)20-4073901

info@acthph.nl

www.acthph.nl

ASCO Holland (Logistics) BV

Strandweg 2

1976 BS

IJmuiden

(0)-255 533 250

(0)-255 533 508

info@ascoworld.nl

www.ascoworld.com

BCS Amsterdam

Capriweg 2

1044 AL

Amsterdam

(0)20-6131535

(0)20-3344085

info@bcsnl.com

www.coldstore.nl

Boon Transport

P.O.Box 348

1970 AH IJmuiden

(0)255-533104

(0)255-535075

info@boontransport.nl

www.ctbbv.nl

Bosch Transporten , Van den

Hornweg 48

1044 AN Amsterdam

(0)20-5854600

(0)20-5854605

salesinfo@vandenbosch.com

www.vandenbosch.com

Bosman Expeditiebedrijf, Wim

P.O.Box 760

2130 AT

Hoofddorp

(0)20-5874811

(0)20-5874800

air.ocean@wimbosman.nl

www.wimbosman.nl

Boudesteijn Transporten

Flevoland 1

1948 RH

Beverwijk

(0)251-275000

(0)251-275019

info@boudesteijn.nl

www.boudesteijn.nl www.boxshipping.nl

Box Shipping Agency & Forwarding

Radarweg 36

1042 AA

Amsterdam

(0)20-4488476

(0)20-4488479

all@boxshipping.nl

Broekman Logistics Amsterdam BV

Reykjavikweg 2

1118 LK

Schiphol - ZO

(0)20-6557240

(0)20-6557241

info@broekman-group.nl

www.broekman-group.nl

Bruins Veem

Gerrit Bolkade 43-45

1507 BR

Zaandam

(0)75-6313778

(0)75-6173692

info@bruinsveem.nl

www.bruinsveem.nl

Burger Port Agencies Amsterdam

SardiniĂŤweg 4

1040 AE

Amsterdam

(0)20-5875870

(0)20-6133886

amsterdam@burgergroup.com

www.royalburgergroup.com

Cargill Agency Dept.

P.O.Box 8074

1005 AB

Amsterdam

(0)20-5801841

(0)20-6822125

agency@cargill.nl

www.cargill.nl

Container Company Amsterdam - CCA Transport Ruijgoordweg 80

1047 HM Amsterdam

(0)20-6115656

(0)20-2011881

fterhaak@cca.nl

www.cca.nl

Continaf BV

Herengracht 214

1016 BS

Amsterdam

(0)20-5240524

(0)20-5240576

o.brouwer@continaf.nl

Cargo Company Ymond (CCY)

Ruijgoordweg 80

1047 HM Amsterdam

(0)20-6116688

(0)20-2011887

ccy@terhaakgroup.com

www.terhaakgroup.com

CWT Commodities SITOS

Dukdalfweg 60

1041 BE

Amsterdam

(0)20-5853830

(0)20-5853849

sitos.info@sitosgroup.com

www.cwtsitos

CWT Europe BV

P.O. Box 20547

1001 NM Amsterdam

(0)20-5853830

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europe@cwtcommodities.com

www.cwtcommodities.com

December 2011

Amsterdam Seaports


I N D E X O F C O M PA N I E S A N D O R G A N I S AT I O N S Company name

address

p code

city

phone +31

fax

e-mail

internet site

HD Cotterell

Coenhavenweg 9

1013 BK

Amsterdam

(0)20-5551444

(0)20-6230800

info@cotterell.nl

www.cotterell.nl

Cyber Freight Amsterdam

Zandsteen 1

2132 MZ Hoofddorp

(0)20-6537641

(0)20-6537428

cfa@cyberfreight.nl

www.cyberfreight.nl www.damco.com

Damco Netherlands

Radarweg 1

1042 AA

Amsterdam

(0)20-5872872

(0)20-6117471

hans.koekoek@damco.com

Dentressangle Amsterdam, Norbert

Casablancaweg 11

1047 HP

Amsterdam

(0)20-4488055

(0)20-4488060

contact via web site

www.norbert-dentressangle.com

DHG Property Solutions

Maasboulevard 7

3114 HB

Schiedam

(0)10-4264455

(0)10-4269111

info@dhg.nl

www.dhg.nl

Diergaarde, Veem & Expeditiebedrijf

P.O. Box 8202

1005 AE

Amsterdam

(0)20-4973011

(0)20-4977967

info@diergaarde.xs4all.nl

J.th. Douqué's Koffie BV

P.O. Box 552

1180 AN Amstelveen

(0)20-6222477

(0)20-6221868

jtdcoffee@douque.com

www.douque.com

Drost Duikbedrijf

P.O. Box 1081

1000 BB

Amsterdam

(0)20-6340542

(0)20-6324600

info@drostduikbedrijf.nl

www.drostduikbedrijf.nl

DSV Solutions

P.O.Box 250

1500 EG

Zaandam

(0)20-4078972

(0)20-4078973

dirk-jan.boelhouwer@nl.dsv.com

www.dsv.com

Duiker Vervoer

Westhavenweg 99

1042 BB

Amsterdam

(0)20-6113041

(0)20-6110297

info@duikertransport.nl

ED & F Man Nederland BV

De Ruijterkade 6

1013 AA

Amsterdam

(0)20-7540111

(0)20-7540122

www.duikertransport.nl www.edfman.com

Eagle Global Logistics (Holland)

Brequetlaan 2

1438 BB

Oude Meer

(0)20-3168200

(0)20-6533664

by website

www.cevalogistics.com

Eggerding

Coenhavenweg 22

1013 BL

Amsterdam

(0)20-5812200

(0)20-5812299

r.heeringa@eggerding.com

www.eggerding.com www.eurokor-logistics.com

Eurokor Logistics

Ridderpoort 40

2984 BG

Ridderkerk

(0)180-485555

(0)180-485535

info@eurokor.nl

Eurovracht Amsterdam

Ankersmidplein 2

1506 CK

Zaandam

(0)75-6553010

(0)75-6318381

post@eurovracht.nl

Fiege

P.O.Box 9

1500 EA

Zaandam

(0)75-6501601

(0)75-6501690

info@fiege.nl

www.fiege.nl

Gondrand Traffic

Madridstraat 8-10

1175 RK

Lijnden

(0)20-5858111

(0)20-5858100

info@gondrand.nl

www.gondrand-logistics.com

Handelsveem

Sextantweg 8

1042 AH Amsterdam

(0)20-6149755

(0)20-6149198

contentmanager@nl.steinweg.com

www.steinweg.com

Hendriks Expeditie- en Veembedrijf , C.J. Plimsollweg 4

1042 AS

Amsterdam

(0)20-5878123

(0)20-5878122

info@hendriks.com

www.hendriksams.com

IFO (International Forwarding Office)

Sluispolderweg 8

1505 HK

Zaandam

(0)75-6810777

(0)75-6311104

info@ifo.nl

www.ifo.nl

IGMA

P.O.Box 8692

1005 AR

Amsterdam

(0)20-5808111

(0)20-6823267

info@igma.nl

www.igma.nl

IJmond Transport Groep

Nijverheidsweg 30

1948 PV

Beverwijk

(0)251-275050

(0)251-210799

by website

www.ijmondtransportgroep.com

Intermodal Transport

Corsicaweg 10

1044 AB

Amsterdam

(0)20-6118995

(0)20-6118258

info@intermodal.nl

Inverness Transport

Impact 21A

6921 RZ

Duiven

(0)26-3195170

(0)26-3195179

info@invernesstransport.nl

www.invernesstransport.nl

KVSA

P.O.Box 504

1970 AM IJmuiden

(0)255-545454

(0)255-545436

agency@kvsa.nl

www.kvsa.nl

Keijzer, Albert

Albert Keijzerstraat 1

1508 EZ

Zaandam

(0)75-6170351

(0)75-6354781

info@albertkeijzer.nl

www.albertkeijzer.nl

Kloosterboer IJmuiden

P.O.Box 174

1970 AD IJmuiden

(0)885-549940

(0)255-520492

info@kloosterboer.nl

www.kloosterboer.nl

Koole Tanktransport

Sluispolderweg 49

1505 HK

Zaandam

(0)75-6812812

(0)75-6812811

tanktransport@koole.com

www.koole.com

Maritieme Trading Van Dijke BV

P.O. Box 79

5160 AB

Sprang Capelle (0)416-277388

(0)416-544023

info@vandijkemaritime.com

www.vandijkemaritime.com

MCT Lucassen

Nieuwendammerdijk 530k 1023 BX

Amsterdam

(0)20-6866710

(0)20-6880500

info@mct-lucassen.nl

www.mercurius-group.nl

MEO Stevedoring

Noorderkade 10

1948 NR

Beverwijk

(0)251-291999

(0)251-291998

info@meo.nl

www.meo.nl

Mondial Logistics

Vredeweg 46

1505 HH Zaandam

(0)75-6472360

(0)75-6472361

info@mondiallogistics.nl

www.mondiallogistics.nl

Nebam

P.O.Box 512

1970 AM IJmuiden

(0)251-495500

(0)251-470279

nebam@nebam.nl

www.nebam.nl

Nepa Shipping

Hoger Einde Noord 28 1191 AC

Ouderkerd a/d Amstel (0)20-6846656

(0)20-6849555

amsterdam@nepa-shipping.nl

www.nepa-shipping.biz

NMT International Shipping

Gorslaan 30

1441 RG

Purmerend

(0)299-480640

(0)299-480649

shipping@nmtshipping.com

www.nmtshipping.com

Novo Chartering

P.O.Box 400

1940 AK

Beverwijk

(0)251-229166

(0)251-222385

mail@novochart.nl

www.novochart.nl

OBA Bulk Terminal Amsterdam

P.O.Box 8041

1005 AA

Amsterdam

(0)20-5873750

(0)20-6118215

commercie@oba-bulk.nl

www.oba-bulk.nl

Peeters , Vervoerscentrale

Gyroscoopweg 4

1042 AB

Amsterdam

(0)20-5879600

(0)20-6135260

info@peetersbv.nl

www.peetersbv.nl

Peterson SBS IJmuiden

Westerduinweg 10

1976 BV

IJmuiden

(0)255-546555

(0)255-546550

ijmuiden@petersonsbs.com

www.peterson.nl

Pleging Transport

P.O.Box 470

1940 AL

Beverwijk

(0)251-220263

(0)251-217370

by website

www.rumping.nl

Portbase

Seattleweg 7

3195 ND Rotterdam

(0)10-2522200

(0)10-2522250

info@portbase.com

www.portbase.com

Schalkwijk & Zn., Van

Sluispolderweg 30

1505 HK

Zaandam

(0)75-6310801

(0)75-6702095

trspschalkwijk@planet.nl

Schavemaker Logistic

Lijndenweg 17

1948 ND Beverwijk

(0)251-229098

(0)251-212016

info@schavemaker.nl

www.schavemaker.nl

Schenker International

P.O.Box 75579

1118 ZP

Schiphol-Centrum (0)20-5000000

(0)20-5000599

info.nl@schenker.com

www.schenker.nl

Scholtze & Co Expeditie

Tijnmuiden 19

1046 AK

Amsterdam

(0)20-6149315

(0)20-6149166

scholtze@euronet.nl

Schutter Rotterdam, Amsterdam Branch Coenhavenweg 8

1013 BL

Amsterdam

(0)20-6060970

(0)20-6861003

schutter.amserdam@schuttergroep.nl www.schuttergroep.nl

Seamar Services BV

Het Nieuwe Werk 49

1781 AL

Den Helder

(0)223-683050

(0)223-625733

info@seamar.nl

www.seamar.nl

Seamar Shipping BV

Het Nieuwe Werk 49

1781 AL

Den Helder

(0)223-683050

(0)223-625733

info@seamar.nl

www.seamar.nl

Sea-Cargo Agencies

P.O. Box 58417

1040 HK

Amsterdam

(0)20-5877800

(0)20-5877771

info@sea-cargo.nl

www.sea-cargo.no

Sitos Commodities (Amsterdam)

Accraweg 39

1047 HJ

Amsterdam

(0)20-5853830

(0)20-5853849

sitos.info@sitosgroup.com

www.sitosgroup.com

Slavenburg & Huyser

P.O.Box 543

3000 AM Rotterdam

(0)10-4032800

(0)10-4137502

post@slavenburg-en-huyser.nl

www.slavenburg-en-huyser.com

Spliethoff

P.O.Box 409

1000 AK

Amsterdam

(0)20-4488400

(0)20-4488505

gogracht@spliethoff.com

www.spliethoff.com

Stichting Cova

Blaak 22

3011 TA

Rotterdam

(0)10-4134740

(0)10-4146238

cova@cova.nl

www.cova.nl

Supermaritime van Reems BV

P.O. Box 5008

4380 KA

Vlissingen

(0)118-492211

(0)118-492210

expeditie@vanreems.nl

www.supermaritimevanreems.nl

TCC Modexpress

Archangelkade 17c

1013 BE

Amsterdam

(0)20-6060505

(0)20-6827661

info@tccmodexpress.nl

www.tccmodexpress.nl

Ter Haak Logistics

Ruijgoordweg 80

1047 HM Amsterdam

(0)20-6116688

(0)20-2011886

thl-transport@terhaakgroup.com

www.terhaakgroup.com

Thor Shipping & Transport

Elbaweg 11

1044 AK

Amsterdam

(0)20-4487844

(0)20-4487855

info@thorshipping.nl

www.thorshipping.nl

Timtex

Radarweg 1

10420AA Amsterdam

(0)20-6118787

(0)20-6111070

info@timtex@nl

www.timtex.nl

Transcarfa

P.O.Box 644

1180 AP

(0)20-6471149

(0)20-6432083

transnl@euronet.nl

Amstelveen

Unicontrol Commodity

P.O.Box 2621

1000 CP

Amsterdam

(0)20-5879720

(0)20-6130440

ucc@unicontrol.com

www.unicontrol.com

Unieveem

P.O.Box 8215

1005 AE

Amsterdam

(0)20-6063111

(0)20-6820911

info@unieveem.nl

www.univeem.nl

United Parcel Service Nederland

P.O.Box 8128

1005 AC

Amsterdam

0800-0991300

(0)20-6114447

by website

www.ups.com

VAT Logistics Amsterdam

P.O.Box 8592

1005 AN Amsterdam

(0)20-5061500

(0)20-4480325

info@vatlogistics.nl

www.vatlogistics.nl

VCK Scandia Terminal

P.O.Box 58417

1040 HK

Amsterdam

(0)20-5877877

(0)20-6149949

info@vck.nl

www.vck.nl

Velserkom Stevedoring

P.O.Box 23

1970 AA

IJmuiden

(0)251-211950

(0)251-212030

info@stevegroup.nl

www.stevegroup.nl

Victory Shipping and Agency

Nieuwe Gracht 74

2011 NJ

Haarlem

(0)23-5315668

(0)23-5315003

chart@victory-shipping.com

Vollers Holland

Sardiniëweg 4

1044 AE

Amsterdam

(0)20-5874500

(0)20-6148124

amsterdam@vollers.com

www.amports.nl

www.vollers.com

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I N D E X O F C O M PA N I E S A N D O R G A N I S AT I O N S Company name

address

p code

city

phone +31

fax

e-mail

internet site

Vopak Agencies Amsterdam

P.O.Box 20616

1001 NP

Amsterdam

(0)20-4488700

(0)20-4488750

agencies.amsterdam@vopak.com

www.vopak.com

VTZ Transportgroep

Samsonweg 2

1520 AB

Wormerveer

(0)75-6311311

(0)75-6173422

info@vtz.nl

www.vtz.nl

Wagenborg Agencies

Vredeweg 36 A

1505 HH Zaandam

(0)75-6159832

(0)75-6313391

agency.amsterdam@wagenborg.com www.wagenborg.nl

Westpoint vof Amsterdam

Cacaoweg 20

1047 BH

Amsterdam

(0)20-4979797

(0)20-4979111

Wiegersma BV

Sardiniëweg 8

1044 AE

Amsterdam

(0)20-4114178

(0)20-4113154

info@wiegersma.com

www.wiegersma.com

Zuidam & Zn. Transportbedrijf

Kromhoutstraat 50

1976 BM IJmuiden

(0)255-510621

(0)255-510719

by website

www.zuidam.tk

PASSENGER SHIPPING Amsterdam Cruise Port Foundation

P.O.Box 3901

1001 AS

Amsterdam

(0)20-5512557

(0)20-6252869

acp@atcb.nl

www.amsterdamcruise.com

Burger Port Agencies Amsterdam

Sardiniëweg 4

1044 AE

Amsterdam

(0)20-5875870

(0)20-6133886

amsterdam@burgergroup.com

www.royalburgergroup.com

DFDS Seaways

P.O.Box 548

1970 BA

IJmuiden

(0)255-546666

(0)255-546655

nlinfo@dfdsseaways.nl

www.dfds.nl

Felison Terminal

P.O.Box 504

1970 AM IJmuiden

(0)255-545440

(0)255-545426

info@felisonterminal.nl

www.felisonterminal.com

Inchcape Shipping Services

P.O. Box 8515

3009 AM Rotterdam

(0)10-2951111

(0)10-2951121

by website

www.iss-shipping.com

KVSA

P.O.Box 504

1970 AM IJmuiden

(0)255-545454

(0)255-545436

agency@kvsa.nl

www.kvsa.nl www.marinaseaport.nl

Marina Seaport IJmuiden

P.O. Box 331

1970 AH IJmuiden

(0)255-560300

(0)255-560301

info@marinaseaport.nl

Passenger Terminal Amsterdam

Piet Heinkade 27

1019 BR

Amsterdam

(0)20-5091000

(0)20-5091009

info@ptamsterdam.com

www.ptamsterdam.com

Rederij Plas

Damrak Steiger 3

1012 JX

Amsterdam

(0)20-6245406

(0)20-6221561

info@rederijplas.nl

www.rederijplas.nl

Silver Star Agencies

Weshavenweg 105H

1042 BB

Amsterdam

(0)20-4486848

(0)20-4486849

agency@silverstar.nl

www.silverstar.nl

VCK Travel

P.O.Box 58417

1040 HK

Amsterdam

(0)20-6800800

(0)20-6800899

info@vcktravel.nl

www.vcktravel.nl

Vopak Agencies Amsterdam

P.O.Box 20616

1001 NP

Amsterdam

(0)20-4488700

(0)20-4488750

agencies.amsterdam@vopak.com

www.vopak.com

INLAND WATERWAY NAVIGATION, TERMINALS, BROKERS AND RAIL ROAD CARRIERS ACTS

P.O.Box 131

5201 AC

(0)73-6270000

(0)73-6270098

info@acts.nl-com

www.acts-nl.com

Amsterdam Container Terminals

Ruijgoordweg 100

1047 HM Amsterdam

Den Bosch

(0)20-4073900

(0)20-4073901

info@acthph.nl

www.acthph.nl

Barge Company Amsterdam (BCA)

Ruijgoordweg 80

1047 HM Amsterdam

(0)20-6116688

(0)20-2011885

bca@bcamsterdam.com

www.terhaakgroup.com

Barge Line Today

Middenweg 49/A

4782 PM Moerdijk

(0)168-385370

(0)168-385371

planning@bargelinetoday.com

www.bargelinetoday.com

Bevrachtingscombinatie v/h H. Stoffers P.O.Box 20641

1001 NP

Amsterdam

(0)20-6867021

(0)20-6867947

info@stoffersbevrachtingen.nl

www.stoffersbevrachtingen.nl

Bruins Veem

Gerrit Bolkade 43-45

1507 BR

Zaandam

(0)75-6313778

(0)75-6173692

info@bruinsveem.nl

www.bruinsveem.nl

Contargo

Stationsplein 4

3331 LL

Zwijndrecht

(0)78-6552980

(0)78-6552929

info@contargo.net

www.contargo.net

CTB Container Terminal Beverwijk

Zuiderkade 16

1948 NG Beverwijk

(0)251-224979

(0)251-212471

info@ctbbv.nl

www.ctbbv.nl

CTVrede Steinweg

Sluispolderweg 53B

1505 HJ

(0)75-6315506

(0)75-6315514

info@ctvrede.nl

www.ctvrede.nl

Zaandam

DB Schenker

Moreelsepark 1

3511 EP

Utrecht

(0)30-2358347

(0)88-2355883

jelle.rebbers@railion.nl

www.dbschenker.com

DP World Germersheim

Smirnoffweg 3

3088 HE

Rotterdam

(0)10-2831716

(0)10-2839700

contact@dpworld.nl

www.dpworld.com

Europark Coevorden

P.O.Box 89

7740 AB

Coevorden

(49)-5947990190 (49)-5947990192 info@eu-park.com

www.eu-park.com

Inverness Transport

Impact 21a

6921 RZ

Duiven

(0)26-3195170

(0)26-3195179

www.invernesstransport.nl

richard@invernesstransport.nl

Keyrail

P.O.Box 108

3330 AC

Zwijndrecht

(0)88-233100

--------------------

info@keyrail.nl

www.keyrail.nl

Koole Tankrederij

Sluispolderweg 48

1505 HK

Zaandam

(0)75-6812808

(0)75-6812811

tankstorage-zaandam@koole.com

www.koole.com

MCT Lucassen

Nieuwendammerdijk 530k 1023 BX

Amsterdam

(0)20-6866710

(0)20-6880500

info@mct-lucassen.nl

www.mercurius-group.nl

NYK-NCO

P.O.Box 19045

Rotterdam

(0)10-4031483

(0)10-4031495

via web site

www.nykline.com

Overmeer Transport Group

Nieuwendammerdijk 526 1023 BX

Amsterdam

(0)20-6063060

(0)20-6063080

info@overmeer.com

www.overmeer.com

3001 BA

Rail4chem

Alb Plesmanweg 103b/c 3088 GC Rotterdam

(0)10-7070500

(0)10-7070505

info@rail4chem.com

www.rail4chem.com

Rhinecontainer

P.O.Box 40

Zwijndrecht

(0)78-6251555

(0)78-6255220

info@rhinecontainer.com

www.rhinecontainer.nl

3330 AA

Schutter Rotterdam BV Amsterdam Branch Coenhavenweg 8

1013 BL

Amsterdam

(0)20-6060970

(0)20-6861003

schutter.amsterdam@schuttergroep.nl www.schuttergroep.nl

Schuttevaer, Koninklijke

P.O.Box 23415

3001 KK

Rotterdam

(0)10-4129136

(0)10-4330918

info@ksvschuttevaer.nl

SCS Multiport BV

P.O. Box 50

2370 AB

Roelofarendsveen (0)20 262 0850

(0)20 334 7163

info@scsmultiport.nl

www.scsmultiport.nl

Truckland Noord Holland BV

P.O. Box 8245

1005 AE

Amsterdam

(0)20-5851199

info@truckland.nl

www.truckland.nl

Van Vliet Trucks Holland BV

Parallelweg-Zuid 21

2914 LE

Nieuwerkerk A/D IJssel (0)180-312644

(0)180-319158

by website

www.vanvliet.com

VCK Logistics

P.O.Box 58417

1040 HK

Amsterdam

(0)20-5877877

(0)20-5877770

info@vck.nl

www.vck.nl

Waterland Terminal

Elbaweg 10

1044 AD Amsterdam

(0)20-4480620

(0)20-6118297

kantoor@waterlandterminal.nl

www.waterlandterminal.nl

(0)20-5851234

www.koninklijkeschuttevaer.nl

PORT, SHIPPING AND CARGO SERVICES

84

Aircraft Fuel Supply

Oude Vijfhuizerweg 6

1118 LV

Schiphol

(0)20-4068200

(0)20-6532730

Air Cargo Netherlands

P.O. Box 75517

1118 ZN

Schiphol Zuid

(0)297-365339

(0)297-365338

info@aircargo.nl

www.aircargo.nl

Amsterdam Port Consultants

P.O.Box 19406

1000 GK

Amsterdam

(0)20-5234506

(0)20-5234006

info@amsterdamportconsultants.nl

www.amsterdamportconsultants.nl

ASCO Holland (Logistics) BV

Strandweg 2

1976 BS

IJmuiden

(0)-255 533 250

(0)-255 533 508

info@ascoworld.nl

www.ascoworld.com

Bek & Verburg

Coenhavenweg 22

1013 BL

Amsterdam

(0)20-4867640

(0)20-4880378

info@bek-verburg.nl

www.bek-verburg.nl

Blom

Coenhavenweg 16a

1013 BL

Amsterdam

(0)20-6866007

(0)20-6866082

info@dekschuitenpontons.nl

www.dekschuitenpontons.nl

BMT De Beer BV

P.O. Box 20521

1001 NM Amsterdam

(0)20-5840800

(0)20-5840801

amsterdam@bmtdebeer.com

www.bmtdebeer.com

Burger, D.M.

Burg. Amersfoortlaan 32 1171 DP

Badhoevedorp (0)20-4490739

(0)20-4490746

dmburger@planet.nl

Container Company Amsterdam (CCA) Ruijgoordweg 80

1047 HM Amsterdam

(0)20-6115656

(0)20-2011881

cca.sales@cca.nl

www.cca.nl

Cotterell Shipstores

1000 BK

(0)20-6840120

(0)20-6820401

shipstores@cotterell.nl

www.cotterell.nl

December 2011

P.O.Box 1426

Amsterdam

Amsterdam Seaports


I N D E X O F C O M PA N I E S A N D O R G A N I S AT I O N S Company name

address

p code

city

phone +31

fax

e-mail

Datema Amsterdam

Pr. Hendrikkade 176/50 1011 TC

Amsterdam

(0)20-4277727

(0)20-4279566

Drost Duik- en Bergingsbedrijf

Nieuwendammerdijk 526a 1023 BX

Amsterdam

(0)20-6340542

(0)20-6324600

DUPI Amsterdam BV

Zekeringstraat 36 A

1014 BS

Amsterdam

(0)20-6814692

(0)20-6816198

amsterdam@dupi.nl

www.dupi.com

Etas Expertises

Vlothavenweg 2A

1013 BJ

Amsterdam

(0)20-5840670

(0)20-5840680

secretariaat@etas-expertises.nl

www.etas-expertises.nl

Fiwado Bunkerstation

Zuider IJdijk 100

1095 KN

Amsterdam

(0)20-6244066

(0)20-6228212

amsterdam@fiwado.com

www.fiwado.com

Gunco

Vlothavenweg 8

1013 BJ

Amsterdam

(0)20-5840330

(0)20-5840341

amsterdam@gunco.nl

www.gunco.nl

Harri , Nautische Handelsmij. L.J.

Pr. Hendrikkade 94-95

1012 AE

Amsterdam

(0)20-6248052

(0)20-6258086

ljharri@xs4all.nl

www.ljharri.nl

Interlloyd Averij

Corsicaweg 10

1024 EB

Amsterdam

(0)20-5060350

(0)20-5060359

info@interlloydclaims.nl

www.interlloydclaims.nl

Iskes Towage & Salvage, B.

Loggerstraat 17

1976 CX

IJmuiden

(0)255-561900

(0)255-527172

info@iskestugs.nl

www.iskestugs.nl

Jongsma Containers

Vredeweg 38-40

1505 HH Zaandam

(0)75-6176051

(0)75-6701470

info@jongsma.nl

www.jongsma.nl

Kelvin Hughes Nederland

Klompenmakerstraat 64 3190 AN Hoogvliet Rt.

(0)10-4167622

(0)10-4167218

by website

www.kelvinhughes.com

Kloosterboer IJmuiden

P.O.Box 174

1970 AD IJmuiden

(0)885-549940

(0)255-520492

ijmuiden@kloosterboer.nl

www.kloosterboer.nl

KNRM, Royal Dutch Lifeboat Institution P.O.Box 434

1970 AK

IJmuiden

(0)255-548454

(0)255-522572

knrm@knrm.nl

www.knrm.nl

KVSA

P.O.Box 504

1970 AM IJmuiden

(0)255-545454

(0)255-545436

agency@kvsa.nl

www.kvsa.nl

Lagaay Internation BV

Van Helmontstraat 99

3029 AA

Rotterdam

(0)10-4123871

(0)10-4331829

sales@lagaay.com

www.lagaay.com

Linesman Amsterdam (De Koperen Ploeg) Capriweg 30

1044 AL

Amsterdam

(0)20-4487090

(0)20-4487091

info@koperenploeg.nl

www.dekoperenploeg.nl

Linesman IJmuiden (C.V.V. Vletterlieden) P.O.Box 152

1970 AD IJmuiden

(0)255-515354

(0)255-537737

info@vletterlieden.nl

www.vletterlieden.nl www.main-bv.nl

datema-amsterdam@planet.nl

internet site

www.datema-amsterdam.nl

MAIN

Petroleumhavenweg 48 1041 AC

Amsterdam

(0)20-6130225

(0)20-6118723

info@main-bv.nl

Marine Managment Consult

Zandvoortselaan 48

2106 CP

Heemstede

06-19892597

--------------------

jb@marine-mc.com

www.marine-mc.com

Maritime Service Centre IJmuiden

P.O.Box 148

1970 AC

IJmuiden

(0)255-533250

(0)251-230606

info@mscij.nl

www.mscij.nl

Marpol Services BV

Trawlerkade 53

1976 CB

IJmuiden

(0)255-525051

(0)255-540508

info@marpolservices.nl

www.marpolservices.nl

MegaBarging BV

Ruijgoordweg 100

1047 HM Amsterdam

(0)20-4801400

(0)20-3347571

info@megabarging.nl

www.megabarging.nl

Observator watersport

Van der Takstraat 218

3071 LM Rotterdam

(0)10-2142705

(0)10-2142945

info@observator.nl

www.observator.nl

Oliehandel Klaas de Boer

Trawlerkade 58

1976 CB

IJmuiden

(0)255-513240

(0)255-518207

ijmuiden@klaasdeboer.nl

www.klaasdeboer.nl

Peinemann Heftrucks

Nieuw-Zeelandweg 18 1045 AL

Amsterdam

(0)20-5061400

(0)20-5061449

heftrucksamsterdam@peinemann.nl www.peinemann.nl

Peterson SBS IJmuiden

Westerduinweg 10

1976 BV

IJmuiden

(0)225-685306

(0)255-546550

offshore@peterson.nl

www.peterson.nl

Pilot service (Loodswezen)

P.O.Box 11

1970 AA

IJmuiden

(0)255-564545

(0)255-564515

amsterdam-ijmond@loodswezen.nl

www.loodswezen.nl

Pronk Multiservice

Elbaweg 2

1044 AD Amsterdam

(0)20-6139546

(0)20-6146612

info@pronkmultiservice.nl

www.pronkmultiservice.nl

Radio Holland Netherlands

Strandweg 6

1976 BS

IJmuiden

(0)255-545800

(0)255-515303

info@radioholland.nl

www.radioholland.nl

Reinplus Van Woerden Bunker

Nieuwendammerdijk 526s 1023 BX

Amsterdam

(0)20-6321166

(0)20-6373669

amsterdam@reinplus.nl

Saybolt Netherlands

Stoomloggerweg 12

3133 KT

Vlaardingen

(0)10-4609911

(0)10-4353600

by website

www.saybolt.com

Seamar Services BV

Het Nieuwe Werk 49

1781 AL

Den Helder

(0)223-683050

(0)223-625733

info@seamar.nl

www.seamar.nl www.seamar.nl

Seamar Shipping BV

Het Nieuwe Werk 49

1781 AL

Den Helder

(0)223-683050

(0)223-625733

info@seamar.nl

SBG

Westerduinweg 18

1976 BV

IJmuiden

(0)255-520170

(0)255-519742

mededeling@sbgvelsen.nl

SGS Nederland (Branch Amsterdam)

P.O.Box 90250

1006 BG

Amsterdam

(0)20-4487700

(0)20-4487790

by website

www.sgs.com

Ship Spares Logistics BV

P.O. Box 54160

3008 JD

Rotterdam

(0)10 487 7171

(0)10-4298311

info@ssl.nl

www.ssl.nl

Stichting Cova

Blaak 22

3011 TA

Rotterdam

(0)10-4134740

(0)10-4146238

cova@cova.nl

www.cova.nl

Svitzer Amsterdam

Westerduinweg 3

1996 BV

IJmuiden

(0)255-562666

(0)255-562662

amsterdam@svitzer.com

www.svitzer.com

Vopak Agencies Amsterdam

P.O.Box 20616

1001 NP

Amsterdam

(0)20-4488700

(0)20-4488750

agencies.amsterdam@vopak.com

www.vopakagencies.com

Waterboot Amsterdam

Tasmanstraat 4

1013 AH Amsterdam

(0)20-6844795

(0)20-6866150

waterbam@wxs.nl

Waterboot IJmuiden

P.O.Box 188

1970 AD IJmuiden

06-53380888

(0)84-7477889

info@waterboot.nl

Waterboot vd Bovenkamp

Lech Walesahof 8

1507 CN Zaandam

(0)75-6149280

--------------------

wabo@quicknet.nl

www.waterboot.nl

YCSM

P.O.Box 504

1970 AM IJmuiden

(0)255-545454

(0)255-545436

info@kvsa.nl

www.kvsa.nl

www.vanameyde.com

SHIP REPAIR, CRANE BUILDING AND TECHNICAL SERVICES Ameyde Marine, Van

P.O. Box 9627

1006 GC Amsterdam

(0)20-6195068

(0)20-6191877

amsterdam@ameydemarine.nl

Andel , A.J.J. van den

Weteringschans 99

1017 SB

Amsterdam

(0)20-6262609

(0)20-6272305

andelsurvey@planet.nl

www.andelsurvey.nl

Braspenning

P.O.Box 37037

1030 AA

Amsterdam

(0)20-6317191

(0)20-6332031

info@braspenning-coatings.nl

www.braspenning-coatings.nl

Broek , Kraanservice Van den

Nieuw-Zeelandweg 20 1045 AL

Amsterdam

(0)20-6069900

(0)20-6069911

by website

www.van-den-broek.nl

Brouwer , Wed. K.

Kruisbaken 10/12

Zaandam

(0)75-6163604

(0)75-6704441

info@scheepswerfbrouwer.nl

www.scheepswerfbrouwer.nl

1505 HS

Container Company Amsterdam (CCA) Ruijgoordweg 80

1047 HM Amsterdam

(0)20-6115656

(0)20-2011881

cca.sales@cca.nl

www.cca.nl

Duikerwerken Vos & Peperkamp Diving Services Arnoldystraat 13

2024 VG

Haarlem

06-22413484

(0)23-5406109

vp_diving@zonnet.nl

www.vosenpeperkamp.nl

Duikwacht IJmond

Arnoldystraat 13

2024 VG

Haarlem

06-22413483

(0)23-5406109

GTI Marine & Offshore

P.O.Box 59122

3008 PC

Rotterdam

(0)10-4295200

(0)10-4295005

info-rtd-ind@gti-group.com

www.gti-group.com

HAZO Techniek

P.O. Box 470

8200 AL

Lelystad

(0)20-264444

(0)20-264466

info@hazotechniek.nl

www.hazotechniek.nl

Holland Repair & Services

P.O.Box 415

1500 EK

Zaandam

(0)20-6829005

(0)20-6863962

info@hors.nl

www.hors.nl

Jumelet Scheepsbouw

Trawlerkade 64

1976 CC

IJmuiden

(0)255-534190

(0)255-535874

by website

www.jumeletscheepsbouw.nl

Kenz Figee

P.O.Box 235

1500 EE

Zaandam

(0)75-6810410

(0)75-6315995

cranes@kenz-cranes.com

www.kenz-cranes.com

Landmark Depot Facility

Ruijgoordweg 100

1047 HM Amsterdam

(0)20-4074063

(0)20-4074068

info@srsbv.nl

www.srsbv.nl

Lloyd's Register EMEA

Joop Geesinkweg 551

1096 AX

Amsterdam

(0)20-6990699

(0)20-6990671

by website

www.ir.org

Molenaar Scheepswerf

D. Sonoyweg 13

1509 BR

Zaandam

(0)75-6166279

(0)75-6702711

info@molenaars-scheepswerf.nl

www.molenaars-scheepswerf.nl

Navylle

Rivium Oostlaan 31

2909 LL

Capelle a/d IJssel (0)10-4471222

(0)10-4470760

info@navylle.nl

www.navylle.nl

Niron Staal Amsterdam

P.O.Box 37201

1030 AE

Amsterdam

(0)20-6318218

(0)20-6315791

by website

www.nironstaal.nl

Offshore Ship Designers

Sluisplein 42

1975 AG IJmuiden

(0)255-545070

(0)255-545080

info@offshoreshipdesigners.com

www.offshoreshipdesigners.com

Oranjewerf Scheepsreparatie

Nieuwendammerdijk 542 1023 BX

(0)20-6347511

(0)20-6347533

info@oranjewerf.nl

www.oranjewerf.nl

Amsterdam

www.amports.nl

D e c e m ber 2011

85


I N D E X O F C O M PA N I E S A N D O R G A N I S AT I O N S Company name

address

p code

city

phone +31

fax

e-mail

internet site

Ovec Multiservice

Basisweg 27

1043 An

Amsterdam

(0)20-6118506

(0)20-6118508

ovec@lycos.nl

Pronk Multiservice

Elbaweg 2

1044 AD Amsterdam

(0)20-6139546

(0)20-6146612

info@pronkmultiservice.nl

Saedt, Machinefabriek

Westhavenweg 45

1042 AL

Amsterdam

(0)20-4486448

(0)20-4486444

info@saedt.nl

www.saedt.nl

Scheepswerf Vooruit

Zuiddijk 404

1505 HE

Zaandam

(0)75-6156358

(0)75-6164259

by website

www.scheepswerfvooruit.nl

www.pronkmultiservice.nl

SchreuderGroep Alkmaar

AmpĂŠrestraat 7

1817 DE

Alkmaar

(0)72-5741220

(0)72-5713367

alkmaar@schreuder.nl

www.schreuder.nl

Shipdock Amsterdam

P.O. Box 37201

1030 AE

Amsterdam

(0)20-6318218

(0)20-6315791

info@shipdock.nl

www.shipdock.nl

info@smalo.nl

Smalo Machinefabriek en Constructiebedrijf Westhavenweg 46

1042 AL

Amsterdam

(0)20-6118299

(0)20-6114213

Veldhuizen Transport

D. Sonoyweg 7

1509 BR

Zaandam

(0)75-6179251

(0)75-6352059

info@veldhuizentransport.nl

www.veldhuizentransport.nl

Verweij & Hoebee

Osdorperban 17 bc

1068 LD

Amsterdam

(0)20-6107260

(0)20-6196461

info@verweij-hoebee.nl

www.verweij-hoebee.nl

Vooruit, Scheepswerf

Zuiddijk 404

1505 HE

Zaandam

(0)75-6156358

(0)75-6164259

by website

www.scheepswerfvooruit.nl

WSH Scheepsreparatie

Middenhavenstraat 54 1976 CM IJmuiden

(0)255-536216

(0)255-537083

wsh@wxs.nl

ZPMC Europe

P.O. Box 2544

(0)20-6069900

(0)20-6069911

info@zpmceurope.com

1000 CM Amsterdam

www.zpmceurope.nl

FISHERY, FROZEN EDIBLES AND REEFER WAREHOUSING COMPANIES Amsterdam Coldstore Solutions

Cacaoweg 20 (loods 19) 1047 BM Amsterdam

(0)20-4072095

(0)20-4072099

info@acs-holland.com

www.acs-holland.com

BCS Amsterdam

Capriweg 2

1044 AL

(0)20-6131535

(0)20-3344085

info@bcsnl.com

www.coldstore.nl

Daalimpex Velsen BV

P.O. Box 292

1940 AG Beverwijk

(0)251-261111

(0)251-261199

coldstores@daalimpex.com

www.daalimpex.com

Imares Wageningen U.R.

P.O.Box 68

1970 AB

IJmuiden

(0)317-480900

(0)317-487326

imares@wur.nl

www.imares.wur.nl

Interfish

P.O.Box 53

1970 AB

IJmuiden

(0)255-519024

(0)255-536073

info@interfish.nl

www.interfish.nl

Amsterdam

Kloosterboer IJmuiden

P.O.Box 174

1970 AD IJmuiden

(0)255-549940

(0)255-520492

info@kloosterboer.nl

www.kloosterboer.nl

Multiwheels

Radarweg 20

1042 AA

(0)20-6135401

(0)20-6115755

rob@multiwheels.nl

www.multiwheels.com

Parlevliet & Van der Plas

Kotterkade 4

Amsterdam

1976 BX

IJmuiden

(0)255-546546

(0)255-521706

fish@pp-group.eu

www.pp-group.eu

Vrolijk's Visserijmaatschappij , Cornelis P.O.Box 54

1970 AB

IJmuiden

(0)255-532534

(0)255-522134

office@pronkmultiservice.nl

www.cv-ym.nl

Zeevisgroothandel C.J. Langbroek

1970 AB

IJmuiden

(0)255-516357

(0)255-516344

info@vistransport.nl

www.vistransport.nl

P.O.Box 55

OFFSHORE OIL AND GAS SERVICES

86

ASCO Holland (Logistics) BV

Strandweg 2

1976 BS

IJmuiden

(0)-255 533 250

(0)-255 533 508

info@ascoworld.nl

www.ascoworld.com

ATP

Dokweg 31b

1976 CA

IJmuiden

(0)255-523377

(0)255-525636

by website

www.atpog.com

AYOP Offshore Industry Association

De Ruijterkade 7

1013 AA

Amsterdam

(0)20-6273706

(0)20-6264969

info@ayop.com

www.ayop.com

Ballast Nedam Infra

P.O.Box 1505

3430 BM Nieuwegein

(0)30-2853030

(0)30-2854800

info@ballast-nedam.nl

www.ballast-nedam.nl

BAM Offshore

P.O. Box 246

3100 AE

Schiedam

(0)10-2422333

(0)10-2422300

bamoffshore@bamciviel.nl

www.bam.nl

Cebo International

Westerduinweg 1

1976 BV

IJmuiden

(0)255-546262

(0)255-546202

info@cebo.com

www.cebo.com

CMF Central Mudplant & Fluid Services P.O.Box 20

1950 AA

Velsen-Noord

(0)251-229101

(0)251-221433

info@cmfservices.nl

www.cmfservices.nl

Container Company Amsterdam

www.terhaakgroup.com

Ruijgoordweg 80

1047 HM Amsterdam

(0)20-6115656

(0)20-6114860

cca@terhaakgroup.com

Container Company Amsterdam (CCA) Ruijgoordweg 80

1047 HM Amsterdam

(0)20-6115656

(0)20-2011881

cca.sales@cca.nl

www.cca.nl

DHV Bouw en Industrie

1500 GB

Zaandam

(0)75-6530300

(0)75-6530399

info@dhv.nl

www.dhv.nl

Harderwijk

P.O.Box 2081

Fundeon

P.O.Box 440

3840 AK

Jongsma Containers

Vredeweg 38-40

1505 HH Zaandam

(0)341-499499

(0)341-499999

info@fundeon.nl

www.fundeon.nl

(0)75-6176051

(0)75-6701470

info@jongsma.nl

www.jongsma.nl

Kloosterboer IJmuiden

P.O.Box 278

1970 AG IJmuiden

(0)255-566611

(0)255-538011

info@klooserboer.nl

www.kloosterboer.nl

KVSA

P.O.Box 504

1970 AM IJmuiden

(0)255-545454

(0)255-545436

agency@kvsa.nl

www.kvsa.nl

Maritime Service Centre IJmuiden

P.O.Box 148

1970 AC

IJmuiden

(0)255-546243

(0)255-546249

info@mscij.nl

www.mscij.nl

MNO Vervat

Pondweg 1

2153 PK

Nieuw-Vennep (0)252-628628

(0)252-628600

info@mno.nl

www.mno.nl

MSCY Vastgoed BV

P.O. Box 541

1970 AM IJmuiden

(0)255 547020

(0)255 547050

tdekker@zeehaven.nl

National Oilwell Varco

Gooiland 12

1948 RC

Beverwijk

(0)251-240504

(0)251-250954

sales.nl@nov.com

www.nov.com

Offshore Ship Designers

Sluisplein 42

1975 AG IJmuiden

(0)255-545070

(0)255-545080

info@offshoreshipdesiners.com

www.offshoreshipdesiners.com

Peterson SBS IJmuiden

Westerduinweg 10

1976 BV

IJmuiden

(0)223-685306

---------------------

offshore@peterson.nl

www.peterson.nl

ROS Holland

P.O.Box 2081

1500 GB

Zaandam

(0)75-6530200

(0)75-6530399

info@sbwinfra.nl

www.rosholland.nl

Seamar Services BV

Het Nieuwe Werk 49

1781 AL

Den Helder

(0)223 683050

(0)223-625733

info@seamar.nl

www.seamar.nl

Seamar Shipping BV

Het Nieuwe Werk 49

1781 AL

Den Helder

(0)223-683050

(0)223-625733

info@seamar.nl

www.seamar.nl www.nl.sgs.com

SGS Nederland (Branch Amsterdam)

P.O.Box 90250

1006 BG

Amsterdam

(0)20-4487700

(0)20-6149084

nl.ogc.amsterdam@sgs.com

Shipdock Amsterdam

Vasumweg 131

1033 SG

Amsterdam

(0)20-6318218

(0)20-6315791

info@shipdock.nl

www.shipdock.nl

Slavenburg & Huyser

P.O.Box 543

3000 AM Rotterdam

(0)10-4032800

(0)10-4110077

post@slavenburg-en-huyser.nl

www.slavenburg-en-huyser.com www.stork.com

Stork Industry Services

P.O.Box 49

1950 AA

(0)251-229254

(0)251-214788

info@stork.com

Tamalone Oil & Gas Services

Rondweg 2d/3h

1976 BW IJmuiden

(0)255-535800

(0)255-534427

info@tamalone.nl

www.tamalone.nl

Wintershall Noordzee

Postbus 1011

2280 CA

(0)70-3583100

(0)70-3583333

info@wintershall.com

www.wintershall.com

December 2011

Velsen-Noord Rijswijk

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I N D E X O F C O M PA N I E S A N D O R G A N I S AT I O N S Company name

address

p code

city

phone +31

fax

e-mail

internet site

INDUSTRY AND TRADE IN THE PORT AREA AarhusKarlshamn

P.O.Box 17

1540 AA

Zaandijk

(0)75-6278400

(0)75-6278478

by website

www.aak.com

ADM Cocoa

P.O.Box 2

1540 AA

Koog a/d Zaan (0)75-6464646

(0)75-6464401

admcocoa-koog@admworld.com

www.admworld.com

Albeton BV

P.O. Box 59

2920 AB

Krimpen a/d IJssel (0)180-5150 44

(0)180-518494

kantoor@albeton.nl

www.albeton.nl

Air Cargo Netherlands

P.O. Box 75517

1118 ZN

Schiphol Zuid

(0)297-365338

info@aircargo.nl

www.aircargo.nl

Aircraft Fuel Supply

Oude Vijfhuizerweg 6

1118 LV

Schiphol

(0)20-4068200

(0)20-6532730

Ahold Coffee Company

P.O.Box 3073

1500 HD Zaandam

(0)75-6593302

(0)75-6598253

info@aholdcoffeecompany.com

www.aholdcoffeecompany.nl

Albemarle

P.O.Box 37650

1030 BE

Amsterdam

(0)20-6347000

(0)20-6347651

by website

www.albemarle.com

AHOLD

Piet Heijnkade 167-173 1019 GM Amsterdam

(0)20-5095100

(0)20-5095110

by website

www.ahold.com

BK Ruimte & Milieu BV

P.O. Box 2111

1990 AC

Velserbroek

(0)88-3212500

(0)88-3212529

ingrid.hazeleger@bkruimteenmilieu.nl www.bkingenieurs.nl

Bouwgrondstoffen AGM

P.O.Box 3601

6019 ZG

Wessem

(0)475-567300

(0)475-567301

agm@paes-nl.com

Brunschwig Chemie

P.O.Box 74213

1070 BE

Amsterdam

(0)20-6113133

(0)20-6137596

brunschwig@brunschwig.nl

Buteressence

Rechte Tocht 1

1507 BZ

Zaandam

(0)75-6314411

(0)75-6703121

info@buteressence.com

www.buteressence.com

Cargill Food Protein

Coenhavenweg 1

1013 BL

Amsterdam

(0)20-5801911

(0)20-6820193

by website

www.cargill.com

Cargill Juice

Capriweg 4

1044 AL

Amsterdam

(0)20-4803706

(0)20-4803790

juice_customerservice@cargill.com

www.cargilljuice.com

Cargill Multi Seed

Oceanenweg 19

1047 BA

Amsterdam

(0)20-4075700

(0)20-4075715

by website

www.cargill.com

Cargill Cocoa

P.O.Box 82

1530 AB

Wormer

(0)75-6466161

(0)75-6212571

gerkens_cacao@cargill.com

www.gerkenscocoa.com

(0)297-365339

www.brunschwig.nl

Cindu Chemicals

P.O.Box 9

1420 AA

Uithoorn

(0)297-545533

(0)297-545277

info@cindu.nl

www.cindu.nl

Cold Food

Ambacht 1

1511 JZ

Oostzaan

(0)75-6429191

(0)75-6429199

info@coldfood.nl

www.coldfood.nl

Continaf BV

Herengracht 214

1016 BS

Amsterdam

(0)20-5240524

(0)20-5240576

o.brouwer@continaf.nl

Crown Van Gelder

P.O. Box 30

1950 AA

Velsen-Noord

(0)251-262233

(0)251-262399

info @cvg.nl

www.cvg.nl

Daarnhouwer & Co

P.O.Box 2037

1500 GA Zaandam

(0)75-6126388

(0)75-6318532

by website

www.daarnhouwer.nl

De Vries & Van de Wiel

P.O. Box 218

1740 AE

Schagen

(0)224-211211

(0)224-211299

info@vw-deme.nl

www.devriesvdwiel.nl

Dura Vermeer Infrastructuur

P.O. Box 11

2130 AC

Hoofddorp

(0)23-7528550

(0)23-7528599

by website

www.duravermeerinfrastructuur.nl

Dutch Cocoa

P.O.Box 59178

1040 KD

Amsterdam

(0)20-4077600

(0)20-4077601

info@dutchcocoa.nl

www.dutchcocoa.nl

Duyvis Wiener BV

P.O. Box 10

1540 AA

Koog a/d Zaan (0)75-6126126

(0)75-6158377

sales@duyviswiener.nl

www.pmduyvis.nl

Eggerding

Coenhavenweg 22

1013 BL

Amsterdam

(0)20-5812200

(0)20-5812299

r.heeringa@eggerding.com

www.eggerding.com

Egmond Potgrond, Van

Ankerweg 4

1041 AT

Amsterdam

(0)20-4110386

(0)20-6139602

info@egmondpotgrond.com

www.egmondpotgrond.com

Amsterdam

(0)20-5061120

(0)20-5061121

info@enerco.nl

www.enerco.nl

(0)75-6700041

(0)75-6161559

by website

www.exteraroma.com www.facta-international.com

Enerco

Amerikahavenweg 3

1045 AA

Exter Aroma

P.O.Box 1195

1500 AD Zaandam

Facta Iternational BV

P.O. Box 153

1500 ED

Zaandam

(0)75-6818040

(0)75-6818050

trade@facta-international.com

Fetim

Kopraweg 1

1047 BP

Amsterdam

(0)20-5805333

(0)20-6829466

info@fetimgroup.com

www.fetimgroup.com

Grontmij Nederland BV

P.O. Box 214

1800 AE

Alkmaar

(0)72-5475757

(0)72-5475750

info@grontmij.nl

www.grontmij.nl

Gunvor International

Herengracht 498

1017 CB

Amsterdam

(0)20-5356089

(0)20-5356089

by website

www.gunvorgroup.com

Hilton Meats

Grote Tocht 31

1507 CG

Zaandam

(0)75-6594701

(0)75-6598240

receptie@hiltonmeats.nl

www.hiltonfoodgroupplc.com

Hitachi Construction Machinery (Europe) Siciliëweg 5

1045 AT

Amsterdam

(0)20-4476700

(0)20-3344045

info@hcme.com

www.hcme.com

HKS Scrap Metals

1042 AG Amsterdam

(0)20-5877111

(0)20-5877191

informatie@hks.nl

www.hks.nl

Kwadrantweg 2-12

Holleman Machinefabriek

Paltrokstraat 35

1508 EJ

Zaandam

(0)75-6123272

(0)75-6123409

info@hollemanmachine.nl

www.hollemanmachine.nl

ICOVA BV

P.O. Box 59372

1040 KJ

Amsterdam

(0)20-4476666

(0)20-4476602

info@icova.nl

www.icova.nl

IJmuiden Stores Holland

P.O.Box 207

1970 AE

IJmuiden

(0)255-519122

(0)255-531716

info@ymuidenstores.nl

www.ymuidenstores.nl

Jonker Beton

Amerikahavenweg 20

1045 AE

Amsterdam

(0)20-5854080

(0)20-5854090

unfo@jonkerbeton.nl

www.jonkerbeton.nl

Koog a/d Zaan (0)75-6278400

www.karlhamns.com

Karlhamns

P.O.Box 17

1540 AA

(0)75-6278478

by website

Koninklijk Eduard van Leer BV

P.O. Box 3505

1001 AH Amsterdam

(0)20-6222324

(0)20-6244500

by website

www.kevl.nl

Koster Metalen

Zuiderkade 16

1948 NG Beverwijk

(0)251-225044

(0)251-212471

info@kostermetalen.nl

www.kostermetalen.nl

Kramer & Duyvis

P.O.Box 1229

1500 AE

Zaandam

(0)75-6123349

(0)75-6123006

info@kramer-duyvis.nl

www.kramer-duyvis.nl

Loders Croklaan

Hogeweg 1

1521 AZ

Wormerveer

(0)75-6292911

(0)75-6289455

fats.lc@croklaan.com

www.croklaan.com

Markus BV

Kwadrantweg 7

1042 AG Amsterdam

(0)20-5874000

(0)20-5874001

by website

www.markusbv.nl

Meneba

P.O.Box 11

1520 AA

(0)10-4238911

(0)104238990

klantenservice@meneba.com

www.meneba.nl

Mondo Minerals

P.O.Box 58416

1040 HK

Amsterdam

(0)20-4487440

(0)20-4487451

ruud.blok@mondominerals.com

www.mondominerals.com

NedCoat

P.O.Box 37045

1030 AA

Amsterdam

(0)20-6368111

(0)20-6320541

amsterdam@nedcoat.nl

www.nedcoat.nl

Nelis Bouw & Onderhoud

Contactweg 60

1014 BW Amsterdam

(0)20-4108510

(0)20-4108511

nelis@bamutiliteitsbouw.nl

www.bam.nl

Nichia

Th. R. Malthusstraat 1-3 1066 JR

Nissan Motor Parts Centre Europe

Hornweg 32

Wormerveer

Amsterdam

(0)20-5060900

(0)20-5060999

info@nichia.nl

www.nichia.com

1044 AN Amsterdam

(0)20-5162222

(0)20-5162700

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www.nissan-europe.com

Okay Electric Engineering BV

Fabriekweg 20

1525 RB

Wormerveer

(0)75 6282403

(0)75 6218679

info@okayee.nl

www.okayee.nl

Omya Netherlands

Grasweg 47

1031 HX

Amsterdam

(0)20-6362222

(0)20-6325161

alex.tenbrinke@omya.com

www.omya.com

Ooms Avenhorn Groep BV

P.O. Box 1

1633 ZG

Avenhorn

(0)229-547700

(0)229-547701

info@ooms.nl

www.ooms.nl

Oterap

Sluispolderweg 40

1505 HK

Zaandam

(0)75-6127263

(0)75-6127252

info@oterap.com

www.oterap.com

OXEA Netherland

Hornweg 10

1045 AR

Amsterdam

(0)20-4489555

(0)20-6135534

by website

www.oxea-chemicals.com

Paes Handel

P.O.Box 3601

6019 ZG

Wessem

(0)47-5567300

(0)47-5567320

by website

www.paes-nl.com

PARO Amsterdam BV

Siciliëweg 38

1045 AS

Amsterdam

(0)20-3344322

(0)20-3344323

info@paro-bv.nl

www.paro-bv.nl

Pieter Bon Zaandam

Symon Spiersweg 18

1506 RZ

Zaandam

(0)75-6123030

(0)75-6700991

info@pieterbon.nl

www.pieterbon.nl

PontMeyer

P.O.Box 2073

1500 GB

Zaandam

(0)75-6536262

(0)75-6149251

info@pontmeyer.nl

www.pontmeyer.nl

PPG Coatings Nederland

Kopraweg 35

1047 BP

Amsterdam

(0)20-4075100

(0)20-4075059

by website

www..ppg.com www.primusouwel.nl

Primus Ouwelfabriek

Ambacht 8

1511 JZ

Zaandam

(0)75-6164061

(0)75-6158650

info@ouwel.nl

Rotim Steenbouw BV

Julianaplein 31

5211 BB

S'Hertogenbosch (0)73-6121211

(0)73-6140009

info@rotim.com

www.rotim.com

Ruig en Zonen

Zuideinde 235

1511 GE

Oostzaan

(0)75-6847391

info@ruig.nl

www.ruig.nl

(0)75-6847300

www.amports.nl

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I N D E X O F C O M PA N I E S A N D O R G A N I S AT I O N S Company name

address

p code

city

phone +31

fax

e-mail

internet site

Schoemaker, Jan

P.O.Box 159

1540 AD Koog a/d Zaan (0)75-6504800

(0)75-6504811

mail@janschoemaker.com

www.janschoemaker.com

Shell Research Laboratory

P.O.Box 38000

1030 BN

Amsterdam

(0)20-6302729

info@shell.com

www.shell.com

Rotterdam

(0)20-6309111

Ship Spares Logistics BV

P.O. Box 54160

3008 JD

Solvay Pharmaceuticals

P.O.Box 501

1380 AM Weesp

Sonneborn Refined Products

Mainhavenweg 6

1043 AL

Amsterdam

(0)20-6117475

(0)20-6111170

by website

www.sonneborn.com

Starbucks

P.O.Box 58081

1040 HB

Amsterdam

(0)20-4076500

(0)20-4076481

info@starbucks.com

www.starbucks.com

STCA Shell Technology Centre Amsterdam P.O.Box 38000

1030 BN

Amsterdam

(0)20-6309111

(0)20-6302729

by website

www.shell.nl

Steenkorrel Groep

1045 AG Amsterdam

(0)20-6118295

(0)20-6116255

info@steenkorrel.nl

www.steenkorrel.nl

Amerikahavenweg 36

Stiho

Diamanweg 9

1812 RC

Stora Enso Timber DIY Products

Lipariweg 6

1044 AM Amsterdam

Alkmaar

(0)10-4877171

(0)10-4298311

info@ssl.nl

www.ssl.nl

(0)294-465909

(0)294-432423

by website

www.solvaypharmaceuticals.nl

(0)72-5401344

(0)72-5402885

stihoalkmaar@stiho.nl

www.stiho.nl

(0)20-6807700

(0)20-6807710

by website

www.storaenso.com

Stork Construction Materials Technology P.O.Box 379

1000 AJ

Amsterdam

(0)20-5563555

(0)20-5563566

by website

www.storkcmt.com

Struyk Verwo Infra

1040 HC Amsterdam

0800-555 5554

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communicatie@struykverwo.nl

www.struykverwoinfra.nl

P.O. Box 58103

Tata Steel

P.O.Box 10000

1970 CA

IJmuiden

(0)251-499111

(0)251-470000

by website

www.tatasteeleurope.com

Tate & Lyle Netherlands (Amylum)

Lagedijk 5

1541 KA

Koog a/d Zaan (0)75-6532301

(0)75-6532204

by website

www.tateandlyle.com

Tauw BV

P.O. Box 20748

1001 NS

Amsterdam

(0)20-6063222

(0)20-6848921

info.amsterdam@tauw.nl

www.tauw.nl

Tebodin Consultants & Engineers

P.O. Box 43

1950 AA

Velsen-Noord

(0)70-3480911

(0)70-3480645

info@tebodin.com

www.tebodin.com

United Biscuites / Verkade

Westzijde 103

1506 GA Zaandam

(0)75-6556111

(0)75-6556500

ubnlrea@buscuits.com

www.verkade.nl

Univar

Zekeringstraat 32d

1014 BS

(0)20-5858958

(0)20-5858900

by website

www.univarbenelux.com www.vangroningenbv.nl

Amsterdam

Van Groningen Nieuw-Vennep BV

P.O.Box 38

2155 AA

Nieuw-Vennep (0)252-687041

(0)252-675751

info@vangroningenbv.nl

Van Hattum en Blankevoort

P.O. Box 2075

2002 CB

Haarlem

(0)23-5387434

(0)23-5387560

regionoord@vhbinfra.nl

www.vhbinfra.nl

Van Oord Nederland BV

P.O. Box 243

4200 AE

Gorinchem

(0)183-642200

(0)183-642310

info@vanoord.com

www.vanoord.com

VBK Leidingtechniek BV

P.O. Box 23

1160 AA

Zwanenburg

(0)20-6472205

(0)20-6471780

info@vbkgroep.nl

www.vbkgroep.nl

Vertom Scheepvaart & Handelsmaatschappij P.O.Box 244

3190 AE

Hoogvliet

(0)10-2858585

(0)10-2858470

by website

www.vertom.nl

Visser & Smit Hanab

P.O. Box 2104

1960 GC Heemskerk

(0)251-257100

(0)251-248746

heemskerk@vshanab.nl

www.vshanab.nl

Voorbij Groep

P.O.Box 20562

1001 NN Amsterdam

(0)20-4077000

(0)20-4077099

info@voorbij-prefabbeton.nl

www.voorbij-prefabbeton.nl

Vos Olie & Gas Producten

Butaanweg 3

1041 AH Amsterdam

(0)20-4480861

(0)20-4480863

vosamsterdam@vospurmerend.nl

www.vospurmerend.nl

Wijngaarden, Van

Soldaatweg 3

1521 RK

Wormerveer

(0)75-6476060

(0)75-6476061

zaanse@vanwijngaardenbv.nl

www.vanwijngaardenbv.com

Wine Excel

Hoofdtocht 3

1507 CJ

Zaandam

(0)75-6429930

(0)75-6429970

info@wine-excel.com

www.wine-excel.com

Wurfbain Nordmann (The Netherlands) Ankersmidplein 2

1506 CK

Zaandam

(0)75-6810810

(0)75-6705296

info@wurfbain-nordmann.com

www.wurfbain-nordmann.com

Zaanlandse Olieraffinaderij

1509 AA

Zaandam

(0)75-6557575

(0)75-6171551

zor_zaandam@cargill.com

www.zor.nl

Kalf 11

SUNDRIES

88

ABN AMRO

P.O. Box 58

1000 AB

Amsterdam

0900 - 00 24

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by website

www.abnamro.nl

ABN AMRO Bank NV

P.O Box 283

1000 AE

Amsterdam

0900 - 00 24

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by website

www.abnamro.nl www.aon.com

AON Netherlands BV

P.O. Box 12250

1100 AG Amsterdam

(0)20-4305500

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by website

BK Ruimte & Milieu BV

P.O. Box 2111

1990 AC

Velserbroek

(0)88-3212500

(0)88-3212529

ingrid.hazeleger@bkruimteenmilieu.nl www.bkingenieurs.nl

Blaauwhof Makelaars

Dukdalfweg 60

1041 BE

Amsterdam

(0)20-4203200

(0)20-4208153

makelaars@blaauwhof.nl

www.blaauwhof.nl

Boekel de NerĂŠe

P.O. Box 75510

1070 AM Amsterdam

(0)20-7953953

(0)20-7953900

info@boekeldeneree.com

www.bdn.nl

Boer Hartog Hooft Consultants

P.O Box 75168

1070 AD Amsterdam

(0)20-5405555

(0)20-6464536

bhh@bhh.nl

www.bhh.nl

Broeke Consultancy, Van den

Sluisplein 61

1971 ZE

IJmuiden

(0)255-523692

(0)84-7241238

info@vandenbroeke.nl

www.vandenbroeke.nl

Capelle Consulting

Talesiuspark 9

2064 LJ

Spaarndam

(0)23-5374553

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Connexxion Water

3e Rijksbinnenhaven 1 1951 JL

www.fff.nl

(0)251-262000

(0)251-225372

fff@connexxion.nl

Container Company Amsterdam (CCA) Ruijgoordweg 80

1047 HM Amsterdam

(0)20-6115656

(0)20-2011881

cca.info@cca.nl

www.cca.nl

Delta Onroerend Goed BV

1940 ED

(0)251-220495

(0)251-214220

by website

www.beverwijk.nl

P.O. Box 1160

Velsen Noord Beverwijk

Deloitte Accountants BV

Nassaulaan 8

3761 BT

Soest

(0)88-2882888

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by website

www.deloitte.com

DTZ Zadelhoff

Westhavenweg 93

1042 BA

Amsterdam

(0)20-6644644

(0)20-6716392

amsterdam@dtz.nl

www.dtz.nl

Ernst & Young Accountans LLP

P.O. Box 7925

1008 AC

Amsterdam

(0)88-4071000

(0)88-4071005

by website

www.ey.com

Fotografie Ed Seeder

W.M. Dudokweg 58

1703 DB

Heerhugowaard (0)72-5710710

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Germieco BV

P.O. Box 272

1520 AG Wormerveer

(0)75-621 66 89

(0)75-6216846

by website

www.germieco.nl

Hendriksen Productions

Mezenpad 7

1452 XP

Ilpendam

(0)20-4363224

--------------------

by website

www.hendriksenproductions.nl

Industrial Automation Partners

Gyroscoopweg 23

1042 AC

Amsterdam

(0)20-4472777

(0)20-4472785

by website

www.iapbv.nl

ING Bank NV

Osdorpplein 113

1068 SP

Amsterdam

0800-7011

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by website

www.ing.nl

Koninklijk College Zeemanshoop

Muntplein 10

1012 WR Amsterdam

(0)20-6253515

--------------------

zeemanshoop1@hetnet.nl

www.zeemanshoop.nl

KPMG Accountants NV

P.O. Box 74500

1070 DB

Amsterdam

(0)20-6567700

(0)20-6567890

by website

www.kpmg.com

Landmark Depot Facility

Ruijgoordweg 100

1047 HM Amsterdam

(0)20-4074063

(0)20-4074068

by website

www.srsbv.nl

Maritime Academy

P.O. Box 227

1970 AE

IJmuiden

(0)255-530290

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by website

www.maritieme-academie.nl

Marsh

conradstraat 18

3013 AP

Rotterdam

(0)10-5417650

(0)20-5417627

by website

www.marsh.com

MSCY Vastgoed BV

P.O. Box 541

1970 AM IJmuiden

(0)255-547020

(0)255-547050

tdekker@zeehaven.nl

Multiwheels

Radarweg 20

1042 AA

Amsterdam

(0)20-6135401

(0)20-6115755

rob@multiwheels.nl

www.multiwheels.com

Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ

P.O. Box 1122

1000 BC

Amsterdam

(0)20-788 2010

(0)20-788 2020

post@muziekgebouw.nl

www.muziekgebouw.nl

Nauta Dutilh Advocaten

P.O. Box 7113

1007 JC

Amsterdam

(0)20-7171000

(0)20-7171111

info@nautadutilh.com

www.nautadutilh.com

Nationale Borg Maatschappij NV

P.O. Box 955

1000 AZ

Amsterdam

(0)20-5533900

(0)20-5533999

nationaleborg@nationaleborg.nl

www.nationaleborg.nl

(0)23-5302000

www.novacollege.nl

Nova Contract Opleidingen & Training Postbus 2295

2002 CG

Haarlem

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novacontract@novacollege.nl.

Novateq Engineering BV

Pesetaweg 123

2153 PJ

Nieuw Vennep (0)252-830238

(0)252-830237

info@novateq.nl

www.novateq.nl

NT Publishers

P.O.Box 200

3000 AE

Rotterdam

(0)10-2801005

by website

www.nieuwsbladtransport.nl

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(0)10-2801000

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I N D E X O F C O M PA N I E S A N D O R G A N I S AT I O N S Company name

address

p code

city

Offshore Ship Designers

Sluisplein 42

1975 AG IJmuiden

(0)255-545070

(0)255-545080

info@offshoreshipdesiners.com

www.offshoreshipdesiners.com

Rabobank Amsterdam

Amstelplein 8

1096 BC

Amsterdam

(0)20-7778899

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HRM@amsterdam.rabobank.nl

www.rabobank.nl

Raetsheren van Orden

P.O. Box 1015

1810 KA

Alkmaar

(0)72-5414151

(0)72-5408266

webmail@raetsherenvanorden.nl

www.rhvo.nl

Redwise Maritime Services

Amersfoortseweg 12-E 3751 LK

Bunschoten

(0)33-4217860

(0)33-4217879

info@redwise.nl

www.redwise.com

Reym BV

P.O. Box 2760

(0)251-229233

(0)251-222889

beverwijk@reym.nl

www.reym.nl

Rinders Catering VoF

Monnickendammerrijweg 18A 1452 PL

Ilpendam

(0)20-4361247

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info@rinderscatering.nl

www.rinderscatering.nl

PWC

P.O. Box 94200

1090 GE

Amsterdam

(0)88-7920020

(0)88-7929792

by website

www.pwc.com

Saan, Koninklijke

Weesperstraat 78-82

1112 AN Diemen

(0)20-6606060

(0)20-6606066

info@saan.nl

www.saan.nl

Sarens Nederland

J v Riebeeckhaven weg 14 1041 AE

Amsterdam

(0)20-4470511

(0)20-4470512

pvd@sarens.nl

www.sarens.com

Securitas Beveiliging BV

Bovendijk 132

Rotterdam

(0)10-2856100

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info@securitas.nl

www.securitas.com

SchipperVaasen Automotive Services

Corsicaweg 10

1044 AB

Amsterdam

(0)20-4473099

(0)20-4470920

info@schippervaasen.nl

www.schippervaasen.nl

SchreuderGroep Alkmaar

AmpĂŠrestraat 7

1817 DE

Alkmaar

(0)72-5741220

(0)72-5713367

alkmaar@schreuder.nl

www.schreuder.nl

1940 AG Beverwijk

3045 PC

phone +31

fax

e-mail

internet site

Stichting Zeemanswelvaren Amsterdam Rooseveltlaan 138

1078 NR

Amsterdam

(0)20-6117912

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Stiel Groep

Abberdaan 210

1046 AB

Amsterdam

(0)20-6132935

(0)20 6111518

by website

www.stielgroep.nl

SWA Havens

Nieuwe Hemweg 10

1013 BG

Amsterdam

(0)20-6802611

(0)20-6868526

info-havens@weetvanwerken.nl

www.weetvanwerken.nl

TheSign Creative Communication

Rustenburgerweg 89

1703 RV

Heerhugowaard (0)72-5761970

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post@thesign.nl

www.thesign.nl

TIP Trailer Rental

Hornweg 54

1044 AN Amsterdam

(0)20-6115454

(0)20-6107260

cap065@ge.com

www.ge.com

Van der Steenhoven Advocaten NV

Herengracht 582

1017 CJ

Amsterdam

(0)20-6077979

(0)20-6831947

welkom@vandersteenhoven.nl

www.vandersteenhoven.nl

Van Doorne

P.O. Box 75265

1070 AG Amsterdam

(0)20-6789123

(0)20-7954589

info@vandoorne.com

www.van-doorne.com

Vijverhorst Ports & Logistics

Vijverlaan 15

2061 GT

(0)23-5275365

--------------------info@vtl.nl

www.vtl.nl

Bloemendaal

VTL Opleiding & Training

P.O. Box 112

2400 AC

Alphen A/D Rijn 0900-1442

(0)172-431814

Westpoint vof Amsterdam

Cacaoweg 20

1047 BH

Amsterdam

(0)20-4979111

(0)20-4979797

Wiegersma Van Campen Vos

P.O. Box 633

1000 AP

Amsterdam

(0)20-5245 245

(0)20-5245250

Willis BV

P.O. Box 1315

1000 BH

Amsterdam

(0)20-5312525

(0)20-5312500

nl_info@willis.com

www.willes.com

www.wvcv.nl

WorldWise Marine

P.O. Box 197

1970 AD IJmuiden

(0)255-545070

(0)255-545080

info@worldwisemarine.com

www.worldwisemarine.com

Dredger Elbe in the IJmond harbour. Photo: Reinder Weidijk

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