Rhenus rotterdam

Your ideal cargo hub

As a project forwarder operating worldwide you’ll have to trust the people you work with that they treat your cargo as it is their own. A true and independent multipurpose breakbulk & heavy lift terminal operator as Rhenus, knows how to handle and store any kind of cargo safe and secure.

The location of the Rhenus Deep Sea Terminal at the Maasvlakte functions as a cargo hub as it is a turning table between deep sea and short sea connections and the entire European hinterland.

Excellent facilities

Our services

The Rhenus Deep Sea Terminal enables you to have a flexible approach of your project as it is a place to consolidate your cargo from heavy lifts stored outside to small packages that need to be stored inside. As Rotterdam has Europe’s largest fleet of floating cranes that can handle pieces up to 1800MT nothing is too big for us. We have all the equipment you’ll need such as harbor mobile cranes with a single lift up to 125MT and in twin lift up to 150MT, reach stackers, forklifts, and mafi-trailers.

Via the regular (break)bulk shipping lines we are connected to England, Scandinavia, the Iberian Peninsula, the Caribs, Canada, Russia and the Baltic States.

Surrounded by Europe’s biggest container terminals the Rhenus Deep Sea Terminal has the closest access to all shipping lines for your project cargoes. We can deliver your flat racks and Out Of Gauge cargo just-in-time to any container shipping line or pick it up for you and strip or stuff and store your cargo.


Sander Klapwijk
Head of Sales

Breakbulk | Heavy Lift | Containers
Tel: +31 (0)10 4400 467
Mob: +31 (0)6 1706 8207
Email: sander.klapwijk@nl.rhenus.com

Highlighted projects


Project Cargo Hub

Consolidation hub for beer tanks and pipe legs

In April 2020 Rhenus Logistics B.V. was involved with Spliethoff in an interesting project.

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Project Cargo hub

Siemens power plant
with DB Schenker

Rhenus Logistics functioned during a period of four months as a Project Cargo for DB Schenker at their Deep Sea Terminal.

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