Grimaldi attains Amsterdam Terminal
The Grimaldi Group has recently gained strategic assets and a 20-year concession within the port of Amsterdam.
The assets that AMT bought from the company EMA are located in the Amerikahaven area of the Dutch capital port and cover a surface of over 200,000 m², including storage areas, adjacent warehouses and logistics areas, as well as two quays.
The first, which is about 500 m long, dedicated to ships deployed on deep sea routes, and the second, about 300 m long, for the berthing of vessels serving short sea links.
AMT President Guido Grimaldi says: ‘Our investment in the port terminal indicates the willingness of our Group to strengthen its position in the port of Amsterdam. We will aim to facilitate the development of the port, improving the services offered to the Dutch market and businesses while exploiting and enhancing its great potential as a multimodal logistic hub, thanks to the numerous road, rail, sea and river connections to and from the rest of Northern Europe.’
Source: Cyann Fielding, Journalist, AntwerpXL
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