As a major exporting nation, the Netherlands transports a lot of freight by road and rail. The government works with regional authorities and companies to ensure that freight transport along important routes – via our coastal ports to Germany and Belgium, for example – proceeds as smoothly as possible.
Rail freight transport booming in Europe
01-06-2017 | 14:32
Freight transport by rail on the Rotterdam-Genoa connection, one of the main European routes, grew by 1.8 per cent in 2016....
EU member states sign declaration for more international goods transport by rail
23-06-2016 | 11:06
During the three-day TEN-T conference, the 28 member states of the EU, together with Norway and Switzerland, discussed the...
European Parliament agrees to uniform requirements for inland waterway vessels
21-03-2016 | 17:09
The technical requirements for inland waterway vessels are soon to be standardised across the whole of Europe. For users of...