About us

Versatile, multimodal and with plenty of space for development: that is North Sea Port. We are a versatile port, because a large diversity of goods pass via our quays. We are a multimodal port, because we provide access to the hinterland via wide range of transport options, with a strong emphasis on inland shipping. And what's more, we offer space for development with over 1,000 hectares of commercial property still available.

Logistical hub, central location in Europe

As a central hub in Europe, multimodality and diversification in the types of goods transported are our chief concerns. Thanks to our large surface area, some 9,100 hectares, and our central location in Western Europe, businesses and their trade partners are able to optimally serve the European hinterland.

Top European port

no. 9

among European seaports
measured in volume of goods

no. 6

in the Hamburg - Le Havre range
measured in volume of goods

no. 3

for added value
in the amount of 12.5 billion euros

Sustainable economic activity

North Sea Port strives for sustainable economic activity. By doing so, we contribute to the prosperity of the region and generate value for our community and shareholders. And by actively working with our stakeholders to serve their interests, we create opportunities for growth. Our personal approach enables the further development of all parties involved with the port. 

  • 525
  • 100,000
  • 12.5 billion euros
    of added value

Global trade

As a top European port, North Sea Port operates globally with as 10 largest trade partners: Russia, Great Britain, the United States, Canada, Brazil, Turkey, Sweden, Norway, Spain and Finland.

Figures of 2020: 

63.5 million

tons (a 11.2% decrease)
transhipment of goods by sea-going vessel

54.8 million

tons (a 6.3% decrease)
transhipment of goods by inland vessel