FLIE: accelerating innovation

Not only does the machine have a great name – Zeus, named after the Greek supreme god – but it is also going to do impressive things.

First shore-based power for container ship at RST

Rotterdam Shortsea Terminals (RST) and shipping company Samskip, in partnership with the Port of Rotterdam Authority, have put into servic

Port of Rotterdam Authority is pleased with significant tightening of IMO ambitions

The Port of Rotterdam Authority welcomes the ambition of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) to be climate-neutral by 2050. The

Significant increase in the use of solar power on port building roofs

The number of solar arrays on the roofs of large buildings in the port of Rotterdam is rising sharply. On 6 July 2023, the solar park on P

New port experience centre in Rotterdam is named Portlantis

The new port of Rotterdam port experience centre has been named Portlantis. The Port of Rotterdam Authority announced this today, 5 June,

Future Proof Shipping: first zero-emission hydrogen-powered inland container ship

On 25 May 2023, the H2 Barge 1 was taken into service in Rotterdam. This zero-emission ship from Future Proof Shipping (FPS) is 110 metres

#WHS2023: Partners launch Condor H2 for emission-free inland and near-shore shipping

The Port of Rotterdam, together with the Province of Zuid Holland and more than 40 partners have launched an ambitious project for emissio

Study: Ammonia cracker realistic and safe method for large-scale hydrogen imports

A study by Fluor shows that it is technically and economically feasible to safely convert ammonia into 1 million tons of hydrogen per

Port of Rotterdam Authority tests smart berth at ECT

Following the successful trial of one smart bollard along the quay of the Hutchison Ports ECT Delta terminal on the Maasvlakte, the Port o

Port of Rotterdam throughput virtually unchanged in 2022 despite war and weakening economy

The war in Ukraine led to unprecedented changes in goods flows last year. At 467.4 million tonnes, total throughput in Rotterdam was almos