Tariffs and conditions
General Terms and Conditions and Tariffs for the Shipping Sector
General Terms and Conditions for the Shipping Sector govern the use of the North Sea Port infrastructure. For example, sea-faring and inland vessels pay port fees, but different tariffs apply to these sectors. Discounts and memberships are also available.
Currently, there are separate tariffs and conditions for Vlissingen/Terneuzen and Gent. The intention is to use a single set of tariff regulations for the entire cross-border North Sea Port area from 2021 onwards. Below you will find an overview of the applicable general conditions and tariffs per location.
For the calculation of the inland port dues/inland navigation dues from 1 January 2020 onwards, the port area of North Sea Port is considered as one single cross-border port area. The port dues that are owing will be charged to you by one of the two entities (North Sea Port Netherlands plc or North Sea Port Flanders limited liability company under public law).
Vlissingen and Terneuzen
General Terms and Conditions of the allocation of land
North Sea Port has drawn up general terms and conditions for letting and leasehold with respect to the allocation of land. These general terms and conditions only apply in the Dutch area of North Sea Port.
The terms and conditions have been continuously amended over the years, the most recent version (2014) you will find in the list below, followed by earlier versions.
General Purchase Conditions
General Purchase Conditions govern all suppliers, contractors, companies and other commercial partners with which North Sea Port conducts business. These contain general provisions, and provisions on the delivery of goods and services.
General Terms and Conditions of Excavation and Cable & Pipeline Installation
The General Terms and Conditions of Excavation and Cable & Pipeline Installation apply to any excavation work and the installation, tensioning, modifying, maintenance or removal of cables or pipelines at North Sea Port. These terms and conditions set out the periods that must be observed, and the requirements for the content of submitted plans. These terms and conditions and provisions only apply in the Dutch area of North Sea Port.