Driven by several world-class seaports and one of the world’s best airports, an extensive network of roads and rail and a 100% digital communications network, Noord-Holland’s infrastructure is exceptionally good for business.
With only 0.25% of world population and 1% of the world’s production, The Netherlands handles 3.7% of the world’s trade. Noord-Holland contributes more than its share to this statistic. Shippers, service providers, transport companies, researchers, Schiphol, Port of Amsterdam and the government have joined forces for the ‘Smart Cargo Hub for Europe’. They are turning Noord-Holland into the fastest and most reliable multi-model hub for Europe. This collaboration creates efficient solutions for companies and addresses societal issues like accessibility and sustainability.
AMSTERDAM AIRPORT SCHIPHOL
A COMPREHENSIVE PACKAGE OF LOGISTICS SERVICES
Within the EU Schiphol Amsterdam Airport ranks third in cargo and third in passengers.Together with partners in the region, Schiphol offers ideal solutions to aerospace companies in need ofaerospace companies in need of offices, spare parts, warehouses, logistical expertise, MRO operations and education & training of staff. In other words: a comprehensive package.
offices, spare parts, warehouses, logistical expertise, MRO operations and education & training of staff. In other words: a comprehensive package.
AMSTERDAM AIRPORT SCHIPHOL
ranks 1st in Europe for direct connectivity (STAR ranking)
• 322 direct connections
• 70 million passengers
• 479.000 air transport movements
• 6.4 billion € total active
• 349 outlets
Oiltanking is founded in 1972 in Hamburg. Opened strategic storage ‘Oiltanking Amsterdam’ in the Port of Amsterdam in the Province of Noord-Holland in 1975. Since many years Oiltanking Amsterdam is acknowledged by the oil industry as a first class service provider for storage and blending of gasoline. Being located so close to the refineries in the Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp (ARA) region, clients of Oiltanking Amsterdam are well positioned to collect the various components needed to blend gasoline and other oil products
AMSTERDAM PORTS REGION
THREE INTERCONNECTED SEAPORTS IN ONE AREA
The Amsterdam Port region comprises three seaports in the same area, the Port of Amsterdam, Velsen/Ijmuiden and Beverwijk. They complement each other’s facilities & services. The three ports in the North Sea Canal Area tranship 100 million tonnes of goods annually, of which more than 80 million tonnes in the Port of Amsterdam. A total of 68,000 people work at businesses in the port or at port-related businesses in the port region.
The Amsterdam port region is one of the world’s most important logistics hubs. Its strategic location makes the port easy to access by water, road, air and rail. Port of Amsterdam develops, operates and manages all four seaports. The aim is to create a sound balance between strong financial returns, care for the environment and added value for the region.
Port of Amsterdam
Amsterdam was once the center of the world’s trade, now this port is a versatile cargo handling and transport center. The port of Amsterdam is geared to handle vitually all types of cargo and ships. Of the three seaports in the region, Amsterdam is by far the largest. ofaerospace companies in need of offices, spare parts, warehouses, logistical expertise, MRO operations and education & training of staff. In other words: a comprehensive package.
Port of IJmuiden
The Port of IJmuiden is a dynamic port located at the entrance to the North Sea Canal area. This open port, with round-the-clock access and without any restrictions of any kind, has a proven reputation regarding the storage and transhipment of fresh and deep-frozen fish, offshore activities, ferry and cruise shipping, and the assembly and construction of offshore wind farms .The largest sea lock in the world is being constructed at IJmuiden making the Port of Amsterdam accessible for the worlds largest ships.
NORTH SEA ENERGY HIGHWAY PORT OF DEN HELDER
Den Helder, on the Northern tip of mainland Noord-Holland, is home to the Netherlands’ Royal Navy base and is also the base for approximately 200 service companies and contractors in the offshore wind, oil and gas industries. These companies cover all categories in the supply chain, from R&D and design to installation and maintenance. Den Helder airport handles 25,000 helicopter flights a year.
In the last decade, offshore wind parks have spawned a major industry here. Top knowledge institutes in the energy field have set up research facilities in the region.