The Netherlands’ maritime industry stands as a global leader, rooted in the nation’s rich maritime history, innovative spirit, and strategic geographical position as a gateway to Europe. Renowned for its expertise in shipping, shipbuilding, ports, maritime technology, and logistics, the Dutch maritime sector encompasses a diverse range of activities. The Port of Rotterdam, Europe’s largest port, serves as a crucial maritime hub, handling vast volumes of cargo and providing extensive logistical services. Moreover, the Netherlands boasts a thriving shipbuilding industry, specializing in high-tech vessels, offshore structures, and maritime equipment. The country’s commitment to sustainability is evident in its advancements in green shipping technologies, including LNG-powered vessels and shore-side power systems. With its tradition of excellence, innovation, and sustainable practices, the Netherlands remains at the forefront of the global maritime industry, driving economic growth and connectivity in an increasingly interconnected world.

Major Ports supported
  1. Port of Rotterdam: Europe’s largest port, the Port of Rotterdam is a vital maritime gateway, handling vast volumes of cargo and serving as a crucial hub for international trade and logistics, driving the Dutch economy and connecting Europe to global markets.
  2. Port of Amsterdam: The Port of Amsterdam is a key maritime hub in the Netherlands, specializing in diverse cargo handling, including containers, bulk goods, and petroleum products. With modern facilities and strategic location, it facilitates regional trade and industrial activities, contributing to the Dutch economy.
Services offered

Annual and 5-Yearly inspections – Lifesaving Appliances and Equipment: Life boat, Life Raft, Firefighting Appliances and Equipment, Davits, Load Testing, Outboard Engines Supply. Launching appliances and release gears testing, calibration and automation services, UTI, Gas detection