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Port of Rotterdam 3

  1. 1. Port of Rotterdam PICTURES © City & Port of Rotterdam Maasvlakte 2 Infrastructure People in the Port Distribution Areas Big Ships Deep Water DHMR + Partners Port Festivities Port & Environment Fruit Oil & Chemical Hub Cruise History Hinterland Connections Maritime Industry Security Port on Wheels Copyright of pictures: Aeroview / Ben Wind / Freek van Arkel J.M. Vles-Katz/Port of Rotterdam Authority City of Rotterdam Archive www.portpictures.nl <ul><li>We wish that our presentation may: </li></ul><ul><li>be informative </li></ul><ul><li>even amaze you </li></ul><ul><li>leave you with a lasting impression </li></ul><ul><li>prove to be entertaining </li></ul><ul><li>and, above all , will be convincing </li></ul>Future Dry Bulk Containers ABC XYZ Leisure in the Port
  2. 2. CITY & PORT
  3. 3. CPoR
  4. 4. CPoR
  5. 5. CPoR
  6. 6. CPoR
  7. 7. CPoR
  8. 8. CPoR
  9. 9. CPoR
  10. 10. CPoR
  11. 11. CPoR
  12. 12. CPoR
  13. 13. CPoR
  14. 14. CPoR
  15. 15. CPoR
  16. 16. CPoR
  17. 17. CPoR
  18. 18. CPoR
  19. 19. CPoR
  20. 20. PORT FESTIVITIES
  21. 21. PFest
  22. 22. PFest
  23. 23. PFest
  24. 25. PFest
  25. 26. PFest
  26. 28. PFest
  27. 29. PFest
  28. 30. Big Ships / Deep Water
  29. 31. BSDW
  30. 32. BSDW
  31. 35. BSDW
  32. 36. BSDW
  33. 37. BSDW
  34. 38. BSDW
  35. 39. BSDW
  36. 40. BSDW
  37. 42. BSDW
  38. 44. Parceltanker Bow Sun 40,000 tonnes dwt Length over all 183m width 32,2 m draft 11,5 m speed 15.5 knots 40 stainless steel tanks for various products: tank capacities 350, 600, 800, 1100, 1400, 1700, 2200, 2600 m 3 total tank capacity 51,000 m 3 BSDW
  39. 45. BSDW
  40. 46. BSDW
  41. 48. BSDW
  42. 50. BSDW
  43. 52. BSDW
  44. 53. BSDW
  45. 54. BSDW
  46. 55. BSDW
  47. 56. BSDW
  48. 57. CRUISE
  49. 60. PFest
  50. 61. PFest
  51. 62. PFest
  52. 64. PFest
  53. 65. PFest
  54. 66. PFest
  55. 68. PFest
  56. 69. HINTERLAND CONNECTIONS
  57. 70. HiCon
  58. 71. HiCon
  59. 72. HiCon
  60. 73. HiCon
  61. 74. HiCon
  62. 75. HiCon
  63. 76. HiCon
  64. 77. HiCon
  65. 78. Jowi 476 TEU 17 long 6 wide 5 high Length: 135 m Width: 16.90 m HiCon
  66. 79. HiCon
  67. 80. HiCon
  68. 81. HiCon
  69. 82. HiCon
  70. 83. HiCon
  71. 85. HiCon
  72. 86. HiCon
  73. 87. HiCon
  74. 88. HiCon
  75. 91. HiCon
  76. 92. HiCon
  77. 93. HiCon
  78. 94. Oil & Chemical Hub
  79. 95. Chem
  80. 97. Chem
  81. 98. Chem
  82. 99. Chem
  83. 100. Chem
  84. 101. Chem
  85. 102. Chem
  86. 103. Chem
  87. 104. DRY BULK
  88. 105. DryBu
  89. 106. DryBu
  90. 107. DryBu
  91. 108. DryBu
  92. 109. DryBu
  93. 110. DryBu
  94. 112. DryBu
  95. 113. DryBu
  96. 114. DryBu
  97. 116. DryBu
  98. 117. CONTAINERS
  99. 118. Cont
  100. 119. Cont
  101. 120. Cont
  102. 121. Cont
  103. 122. Cont
  104. 123. Cont
  105. 133. Cont
  106. 134. OIL & CHEMICAL HUB
  107. 135. Chem
  108. 136. Chem
  109. 137. Chem
  110. 138. Chem
  111. 139. Chem
  112. 140. Chem
  113. 141. Chem
  114. 142. HARBOUR MASTER ROTTERDAM & NAUTICAL PARTNERS <ul><li>Responsible for Safety </li></ul><ul><li>Nautical </li></ul><ul><li>Environmental </li></ul><ul><li>Partners in Safety </li></ul><ul><li>Seaport Police </li></ul><ul><li>Pilots </li></ul><ul><li>Tugboat Companies </li></ul><ul><li>Boatmen </li></ul><ul><li>Partners Incident response </li></ul><ul><li>Seaport Police </li></ul><ul><li>Fire Brigade </li></ul><ul><li>Medical Aid </li></ul><ul><li>EPA </li></ul>
  115. 143. Harbour Co-ordination Center index
  116. 144. DHMR index
  117. 145. Transport & Environmental Safety DHMR index
  118. 146. As soon as ship is moored at the quay Inspect safe and environmentally responsible dangerous goods handling index
  119. 147. DHMR index
  120. 148. DHMR index
  121. 149. DHMR index
  122. 150. DHMR index
  123. 151. Traffic centres <ul><li>Traffic centre Hoek van Holland (coast) </li></ul><ul><li>Traffic centre Botlek (central) </li></ul><ul><li>Traffic centre City (east) </li></ul><ul><li>37 radar scanners </li></ul>index DHMR
  124. 152. DHMR index
  125. 153. DHMR index
  126. 154. Harbour Master’s Patrol vessels <ul><li>‘ Yellow’ on the water </li></ul><ul><ul><li>escort if necessary </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Traffic arrangements </li></ul><ul><li>Incident handling </li></ul><ul><li>Uphold Port by-laws and regulations </li></ul><ul><li>On-board inspections </li></ul><ul><li>Monitor infrastructure </li></ul>index DHMR
  127. 155. DHMR
  128. 156. Oil boom being deployed index DHMR
  129. 157. DHMR index
  130. 158. DHMR index
  131. 159. DHMR index
  132. 160. DHMR index
  133. 161. DHMR index
  134. 162. DHMR index
  135. 163. Environmental Protection Agency DCMR DHMR index
  136. 164. DHMR index
  137. 165. DHMR index
  138. 166. index DHMR
  139. 167. DHMR index © Jurgen Knuist (Seaport Police)
  140. 168. DHMR index © Jurgen Knuist (Seaport Police)
  141. 169. DHMR index
  142. 170. DHMR index
  143. 171. DHMR index index DHMR
  144. 172. DHMR index index DHMR
  145. 173. index DHMR
  146. 174. index DHMR
  147. 175. DHMR index
  148. 176. DHMR index
  149. 177. DHMR index
  150. 178. DHMR index
  151. 179. DHMR index
  152. 180. DHMR index
  153. 181. DHMR index
  154. 182. DHMR index
  155. 183. DHMR index
  156. 184. DHMR index
  157. 185. DHMR index
  158. 186. DHMR index
  159. 187. DHMR index
  160. 188. DHMR index
  161. 189. DHMR index
  162. 190. 1984 – Harbour Co-ordination Center DHMR
  163. 191. SECURITY <ul><li>Container scan </li></ul><ul><li>Nuclear detection gates </li></ul><ul><li>Entrance & on-site control </li></ul>
  164. 192. Security index
  165. 193. Security index
  166. 194. Security index
  167. 195. Security index
  168. 196. Security index
  169. 197. Security index
  170. 198. Effect of controls on logistics (figures 2008) <ul><li>Total throughput port of Rotterdam: 10.8 mln TEU = 6.5 mln containers </li></ul><ul><li>Container scan in combination with pre-arrival checks result in effective and time saving controls for both customs and clients of the port </li></ul>Security index 44,866 boxes scanned = 0,7%, i.e. 7 out of every 1,000 handled 673 of which not conform = 1.5%, i.e. 15 out of every 1,000 scanned total percentage not conform = 0.01%, i.e. 1 out of every 10,000 handled
  171. 199. Security index
  172. 200. Security index
  173. 201. Security index
  174. 202. Security index
  175. 203. Security index
  176. 204. Security index
  177. 205. index Security
  178. 206. Security index Security
  179. 207. Security index
  180. 208. Security index
  181. 209. Security index
  182. 210. Security index
  183. 211. Security index
  184. 212. Security index
  185. 213. Security index
  186. 214. Security index Maasvlakte 1 & 2 innovative control & scanning methods
  187. 215. Security index
  188. 216. Security index
  189. 217. Security index
  190. 218. Security index
  191. 219. Security index
  192. 220. Security index
  193. 221. PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE …… AND OTHER PORT OF ROTTERDAM TASKS
  194. 222. Infra Road Rail Pipeline Water
  195. 223. Infra
  196. 224. Infra
  197. 225. Infra
  198. 226. Infra
  199. 227. Infra
  200. 228. Infra
  201. 229. Infra
  202. 230. Infra
  203. 231. Infra
  204. 232. Infra
  205. 233. Infra
  206. 234. Infra
  207. 235. DISTRIPARKS
  208. 236. Distr
  209. 237. Distr
  210. 238. Distr
  211. 239. Distr
  212. 240. Distr
  213. 241. Distrishipping Distribution of palletized cargo by specially built vessel joint venture of River Hopper - Barge Transport Company Vos Logistics - Logistical planning (incuding fore & aft transport) from Shippers: Bavaria, Coca Cola to Supermarkets: Albert Heijn, C 1000 (or their distribution centers) Cargo: beer, soft drinks (pilot project: toilet paper) index
  214. 242. FRUIT PORT
  215. 243. Areas
  216. 244. Fruit
  217. 245. Fruit
  218. 246. Fruit
  219. 247. Fruit
  220. 248. Fruit
  221. 249. Fruit
  222. 250. Fruit
  223. 251. Fruit
  224. 252. Fruit
  225. 253. Fruit
  226. 254. Fruit
  227. 255. MARITIME INDUSTRY / OFFSHORE
  228. 256. MarIn
  229. 257. MarIn
  230. 258. MarIn
  231. 259. MarIn
  232. 260. MarIn
  233. 261. MarIn
  234. 262. FPSO – Floating Production Storage & Offloading MarIn
  235. 263. MarIn
  236. 264. MarIn
  237. 265. MarIn
  238. 266. MarIn
  239. 267. MarIn
  240. 268. MarIn
  241. 269. MarIn
  242. 270. PORT ON WHEELS
  243. 271. RoRo
  244. 272. RoRo
  245. 273. RoRo MarIn
  246. 274. RoRo
  247. 275. RoRo
  248. 276. RoRo
  249. 277. RoRo
  250. 278. RoRo
  251. 279. RoRo
  252. 280. RoRo
  253. 281. RoRo
  254. 282. RoRo
  255. 283. LAND RECLAMATION
  256. 284. 1969 MV2
  257. 285. MV2
  258. 286. MV2
  259. 287. MV2
  260. 288. MV2
  261. 289. MV2
  262. 290. MV2
  263. 293. MV2
  264. 294. MV2
  265. 295. MV2
  266. 296. MV2
  267. 297. MV2 MV2
  268. 298. MV2
  269. 299. PORT & ENVIRONMENT
  270. 300. P&Env
  271. 303. P&Env
  272. 305. P&Env
  273. 306. P&Env
  274. 307. P&Env P&Env
  275. 309. P&Env
  276. 310. P&Env
  277. 311. P&Env
  278. 312. P&Env
  279. 313. P&Env
  280. 314. PORT AREAS
  281. 315. Areas
  282. 316. Areas
  283. 317. Areas Areas
  284. 318. Areas Areas
  285. 319. Areas Areas
  286. 320. Areas Areas
  287. 321. Areas Areas
  288. 322. Areas
  289. 323. Areas
  290. 324. Areas
  291. 325. Areas
  292. 326. Areas
  293. 327. Areas
  294. 328. Areas
  295. 329. Areas
  296. 330. Areas
  297. 331. Areas
  298. 332. Areas
  299. 333. Areas
  300. 334. Areas
  301. 335. Areas
  302. 336. Areas
  303. 337. Areas
  304. 338. Areas
  305. 339. Areas
  306. 340. Areas
  307. 341. Areas
  308. 342. Areas
  309. 343. Areas
  310. 344. People in the port
  311. 354. HISTORY <ul><li>How a fishing village became a port </li></ul><ul><li>City and port expansion </li></ul><ul><li>Disaster and recovery </li></ul><ul><li>Rotterdam nostalgia </li></ul><ul><li>People in the city & port </li></ul>
  312. 355. How a fishing village became a port
  313. 356. 1340, a dam built in the River Rotte Hist index
  314. 357. 1640 Hist index
  315. 358. ± 1700, River Nieuwe Maas (middle: St. Lawrence Church) Hist index
  316. 359. < 1825, Seaways to/from Rotterdam Hist index
  317. 360. 1850, Nieuwe Waterweg Canal planned Hist index
  318. 361. 1865-74, Construction Nieuwe Waterweg Canal Hist index
  319. 362. 1875, First result (too narrow, too shallow, silting up) Hist index
  320. 363. 1913, Lessons learned (wider, deeper, silting up controlled) Hist index
  321. 364. 1911, Construction of Waalhaven port basin Hist index
  322. 365. 1911, Workers and Watchers Hist index
  323. 366. 1912, Lunchtime: say hello to daddy Hist index
  324. 367. 1912, Landside accessibility Hist index
  325. 368. 1924, Nieuwe Waterweg as seen towards the sea (Vondelingenplaat at the left) Hist index
  326. 369. Nieuwe Waterweg as seen from the sea (Maassluis at the left) Hist index
  327. 370. 1857 1945 2009
  328. 371. Development of the port of Rotterdam Hist index 1400 - 1800 1800 - 1900 1955 - 1966 1957 - 1970 1967 - today 1920 - 1940 Future
  329. 372. City and port expansion index
  330. 373. 1884, First bridges to South bank Hist index
  331. 374. 1910, Koningshaven Hist index
  332. 375. Road and Rail Bridge to City Centre Hist index
  333. 376. Central River View from the South Hist index
  334. 377. Old Harbour and White House Hist index
  335. 378. Looking towards the West Wijnhaven – Scheepmakershaven Hist index
  336. 379. At the West End: Leuvehaven Hist index
  337. 380. 1920, Port administration building at Leuvehaven Hist index
  338. 381. View from the opposite side Hist index
  339. 382. Back to the Old Harbour Hist index
  340. 383. Spaansekade, just around the corner Hist index
  341. 384. Towards the East: Haringvliet Hist index
  342. 385. Haringvliet Hist index
  343. 386. Bolwerk – Oosterkade (near White House, towards the East) Hist index
  344. 387. Oosterkade with Nijmegen Boat Hist index
  345. 388. Overview Hist index
  346. 389. Rijnhaven at the South bank with Handelsveem Hist index
  347. 390. Disaster and recovery index
  348. 391. Pre-war port activity Hist index
  349. 392. 1939, Haringvliet city port activity Hist index
  350. 393. May 1940, just after the bombardment Hist index 
  351. 394. Hist index
  352. 395. Bombed ships burning along the Wilhelminakade Hist index 
  353. 396. The rubble cleared Hist index
  354. 397. Hist Overview index
  355. 398. index Port facilities left in shambles Hist
  356. 399. index Port facilities left in shambles Hist
  357. 400. Reconstruction index Hist
  358. 401. Reconstruction index Hist
  359. 402. 1966, May 3rd, ms Fairland first containers in Rotterdam ( Quick Dispatch) Hist index
  360. 403. Rotterdam nostalgia index
  361. 404. Mainstreet ‘Coolsingel ’ (originally a canal) Hist index
  362. 405. Hist index Mainstreet ‘Coolsingel ’ (originally a canal) Hist
  363. 406. Coolsingel and Caland Monument Hist index
  364. 407. Coolsingel with new City Hall Hist index
  365. 408. Delftsepoort at end of Coolsingel Hist index
  366. 409. ‘ Schiekade’ (originally a canal too) Hist index
  367. 410. Delftsevaart, another canal Hist index
  368. 411. Stokvisverlaat, a small lock in the city canal system Hist index
  369. 412. Modern Times Hoogstraat being asphalt paved Hist index
  370. 413. City centre in 1967 Hist index
  371. 414. 1973, RMPM Port administration building Hist index
  372. 415. GHR was situated in these three tower buildings from 1977 to 2001. Rotterdam Municipal Port Management main office 1977 – 2001 Hist index
  373. 416. People in the city & port index
  374. 417. Rotterdam orphanage girls being photographed Hist index
  375. 418. ……… .. and at work Hist index
  376. 419. … and an example of the living conditions in those days Zwartebijlsteeg, near the old town hall, disappeared in 1932 Hist index
  377. 421. Hist index
  378. 422. 1963, RDM workers leaving Heijplaat dockyard Hist index
  379. 424. Rotterdam, still in one piece Hist
  380. 425. Holland - America Liner unharmed at the quayside Hist
  381. 426. Future
  382. 429. Developments VTM program <ul><li>Extensive program to upgrade and further develop Vessel Traffic Management systems </li></ul>
  383. 430. Modal shift goods: back stage container transfer point
  384. 431. Intelligent Transport Services
  385. 432. Public transport in port area
  386. 433. GATE LionGas Projected LNG terminals
  387. 435. Maasvlakte 1 & 2 innovative control & scanning methods Security
  388. 436. Bridge Maeslantkering
  389. 437. Bridge Hoek van Holland
  390. 438. Subterranean tank storage © Odfjell terminals Rotterdam
  391. 439. Leisure in the Port

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