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Port of Moerdijk is the second container port in the Netherlands and the fourth seaport of national importance.

Strategically located between Antwerp and Rotterdam, Port of Moerdijk scores low on congestion and high on sustainability. Four modes of transport are possible: via water (sea and inland shipping), rail, road and pipelines. This offers companies that ship via Moerdijk great flexibility. Moreover: value added logistics has optimal growth opportunities here.

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Why via Port of Moerdijk?

Port of Moerdijk is the most inland seaport in the Netherlands and has plenty of freedom of choice for transhipment to inland shipping, rail freight transport or road transport. Pipeline transport of products and gases is also possible. There has traditionally been a strong industrial cluster for, among other things, chemicals, recycling and energy. In addition, the port has grown into an international hotspot for logistics with large-scale warehousing, value addition and distribution. In a safe, innovative and decisive environment, Port of Moerdijk scores low on congestion and high on sustainability.

As the most inland seaport, Moerdijk is a junction on many international transport networks. Shortsea, inland shipping, road, rail, pipeline. Everything is possible!