APM Terminals Rotterdam, one of the largest container terminals in Europe, opened in October 2000. In November 2009 it became the first container terminal to “go green” with wind-generated electrical power for cranes and other operations. Rotterdam is a major transshipment center for the British, Irish, Scandinavian and Baltic Markets, with multi-modal access to the 320 million-strong consumer, commercial and industrial centers of Continental Europe. The current modal split at the Rotterdam terminal is 40% barge, 40% truck and 20% rail. 

Throughput at the Rotterdam Terminal was 2.46 million TEUs in 2015. APMTR has ranked #1 in the JOC award for Europe’s Most Productive terminal for the last 3 consecutive years.

The operation includes 13 Post Panamax Cranes of which 5 have an outreach of 23 rows, 1 Barge Crane, is straddle carrier-operated and has 2,250 reefer connections on 100 hectares of land and 1,600 meters of quay wall with an annual capacity of 3.25 million TEU's.

More than 550 dedicated team-members conduct a 24-hour shift operation and are ready to handle the future.

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