The Netherlands is an outstanding location from which to serve world and European market. A natural gateway with flat countryside and good river connections has been built into a dense infrastructure of ultramodern and well maintained roads, railways, inland waterways, airports and seaports.
An integrated transportation network connects the Netherlands to all other European countries. There are many transport companies with varying capacities, able to meet all demands in a minimum of time. The Netherlands has three main ports located within close proximity to each other, with excellent connections.
The Port of Rotterdam has grown to be one of the busiest ports in the world by offering a diversity of services.
The Port of Amsterdam is the second seaport in the country and plays like Rotterdam a gateway role. More than 90% of all cargo is destined for or originates from other European countries and handled by the two seaports.
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is the main airport for passengers and freight in the Netherlands, due to its advanced distribution and transportation capabilities. Amsterdam Airport Schiphol serves a region far beyond the Netherlands’ national borders.