Inbound containers in Dutch seaportsFigures
Development of inbound containers in Dutch seaports, 2015-2017
Sustained decline coal transhipment at Dutch seaportsArticles
Coal supply to Dutch seaports dropped by nearly 7 percent to 50 million tonnes in 2017.
Traffic growth in ports driven by container sectorArticles
Container transhipment increased substantially at Dutch seaports in 2017.
Producer price indices for services (SPPI); index 2010=100, 2002-2017Figures
Price indices commercial services, different branches such as transport and storage, IT and architecture
International mercantile shippingOther
Loaded and empty sea vessels entering Dutch ports to load and/or unload cargo and/or passengers.
Transport and storage; turnover change, index 2010=100, 2005-2017Figures
Transport and storage. Turnover: index 2010=100, change. By activity (SIC 2008).
Container transport up, surge in transhipmentArticles
Transhipment, onward transportation of unloaded containers to other seaports outside Holland, increased by nearly 30%
Half of unloaded containers carried by container giantsArticles
On container shipments arriving in the Port of Rotterdam.
Volume of exports to Scotland relatively lowArticles
The international trade between the Netherlands and Scotland in 2015
Environmental accounts; emissions to water 1995 to 2014Figures
Emissions of heavy metals and nutrients Emissions of industries and households, different types of destination
Motor fuels for transport;delivery weight, volume, 1946-Aug 2016Figures
Deliveries for final consumption and bunkers of motor fuels for road transport, water transport and air transport
Daytrips by characteristics; 90/91-06/07Figures
Daytrips, sunbathing, swimming, sports, visit to amusement park, etc., Recreational shopping, going out
International trade; Imports and exports of services by country, 2003-2013Figures
Imports; exports; services broken down into various types of services Countries
Less refrigerated meat shipped to the NetherlandsArticles
Fewer cooled and frozen goods imported in containers in Dutch seaports last year.
Transport, storage and communications; finance, SIC 2008, 2009-2013Figures
Transport; jobs, labour volume, costs and revenues, financial results Land, water and air transport, warehousing and services for transport
EU more important trading partner for Ukraine than vice versaArticles
Ukraine is a very small trading partner for the European Union (EU)
Smart ports with Big DataArticles
Dutch ports are the backbone of the Dutch economy. To stay ahead of international competition, data traffic is playing an increasingly critical role. ‘Ports used to be all about goods, ships and cargo traffic, but now it is more and more about data management,’ states Marten van der Velde of Port Base, the company which coordinates and controls data traffic on behalf of the Dutch ports. ‘Only by sharing and exchanging all your data throughout the entire transport chain can you stay in the lead’.
Oil tankers dominate short sea shippingArticles
Dutch ports handled a total of nearly 570 million tons of goods in 2014. Nearly half (48 percent) was carried by coastal shipping also referred to as short sea shipping. The rest of the goods were carried across the ocean. Coastal shipping is dominated by crude oil carriage.
China dominates container transport to Port of RotterdamArticles
According to Statistics Netherlands nearly a quarter of all goods unloaded in the Port of Rotterdam originate from China. The number of containers coming from china had increased by 9 percent in 2014.