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Rotterdam 30 minutes before sunrise

Sunrise above Rotterdam, as seen from Veerhaven. A cruise ship in front of the skyline, ready to take off.


VIDEO: LNG at Port of Rotterdam

The Port of Rotterdam, Europe’s largest port, is an import, (re)export and a regasification hub for liquefied natural gas.

Since 2011, LNG tankers can transship their cargo to three storage tanks at the first Dutch LNG terminal – GATE, located on Maasvlakte in the Port of Rotterdam. (By LNG World News Staff)

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Accelerated Screening - Port of Rotterdam’s ability to scan cargo on trains moving at 35 mph

The days of halting trains and unloading contents for inspection appear to be over at the Dutch Port of Rotterdam, where trained operators can now use high-power X-ray scanners to produce clear, unambiguous imagery of densely packed cargo in trains moving at speeds up to 60 kilometers per hour (35 MPH). 641 more words

Non-Intrusive Inspection

Port of Rotterdam Authority to joint venture on Porto Central, a new port in Brazil; storage a key aspect.

The Port of Rotterdam Authority and TPK (Terminal Presidente Kennedy) Logistica signed a joint venture agreement in Vitória, Brazil for the development of Porto Central, a new port in Brazil. 325 more words


Top 10 Global Ports

The export import ports play a significant role in promoting international trade. They link international cities and boost international trade. Countries are eager to boast the busiest port in the world signifying their economic growth , and indicating their presence in the global market. 805 more words