Automotive logistics Roll-On- Roll- Off (RoRo).
The Amsterdam port area is an excellent location for roll-on-roll-off logistics and for storage and transshipment of motor vehicles. The port offers deep-sea access and quays and has excellent hinterland connections.
Complete Pre-Dilvery Inspection (PDI) and logistics for RoRo and motor vehicles
New or used cars, trucks or heavy machinery: the Amsterdam port area is a fitting location for roll-on-roll-off logistics and for storage and transshipment of finished vehicles, high-and-heavy and refurbished vehicles.
Specialized terminals provide a complete PDI and logistics service for importers, dealers, leasing companies, lessors and other owners of sizeable fleets. The services range from national and international RoRo transport and dealer-ready vehicle preparation to storage of batches of vehicles.
Major players such as Nissan, Grimaldi, Glovis, Wallenius and Hoëgh Autoliners operate in scheduled service to Amsterdam.
Excellent hinterland connections
The RoRo terminals in Amsterdam are located on deep-sea quays. They have direct connections to the European hinterland via water, rail, road and air. As an international logistics hub in the ARA logistics hub (Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Antwerp), the Amsterdam port area is a logical location for RoRo transport and RoRo shipping.
RoRo & automotive terminals
The terminals in the Amsterdam port area handle more than 2 million tons of RoRo and automotive cargo annually.
Photos Port of Amsterdam
Theme vessel Automotive logistics
During our theme cruise "Automotive logistics," you will learn more about the fascinating world of this ever-evolving industry and there is even the opportunity to visit the Koopman Car Terminal.
Koopman Car Terminal B.V. provides logistics services to customers in the automotive sector. These include transport, import/export and storage of batches of vehicles and preparing them for delivery or for the used car market. Besides cars, the terminal also handles other non-refrigerated goods for destinations in the Benelux and the Rhine-Ruhr area.
All processes are fully integrated and automated. Consequently, efficiency is high. The site is well connected to the road and rail network and has a favorable location for ocean-going vessels and inland navigation. The history of Koopman Car Terminal goes back to 1930.