Port of Amsterdam launches digital business guide
Port of Amsterdam is launching the Portle digital business guide. The new search engine provides access to all businesses and terminals that are located in the Port of Amsterdam and conduct business in and around the port area. Portle increases the online visibility and findability of port companies, Port of Amsterdam said in its press release.
Port of Amsterdam is committed to helping customers and potential customers find companies in the Port in a targeted way through this digital business guide.
Portle is a tool that has been developed by and with customers in the Amsterdam port area and is part of Port of Amsterdam’s digital mission. The digital port will make the Port of Amsterdam faster, smarter and cleaner so that it can optimally tap into opportunities that arise in the logistics and industrial field.
About Port of Amsterdam
Port of Amsterdam is Western Europe’s fourth largest port and plays a major role in the transhipment and processing of energy products. The North Sea Canal Area transhipped approximately 100 million tonnes of goods in 2017, with Port of Amsterdam accounting for approximately 81 million tonnes of this amount. A total of 69,779 people work in the port region either at companies in the port or at port-related companies. Approximately 32,500 of these people work in Amsterdam. Port of Amsterdam is committed to being a smart port and to adding value for customers and the environment in a sustainable and innovative manner. It seeks to promote growth at companies, while still taking a careful approach to the available space and the quality of water, soil and air. As 'Port of Partnerships', Port of Amsterdam works intensively with partners in the business community, city and region.