We are celebrating 40th anniversary of our inlandterminal Hutchison Ports Venlo!
Hutchison Ports Venlo is a tri-modal container terminal operator and offers terminal services in Venlo. Hutchison Ports Venlo operates a rail and barge terminal.
Participation in Joint Corridors Off Road Programme
Today is the festive signing of the Rotterdam Corridor and the Limburg Express at the Port of Rotterdam Authority. With this signing, parties officially join the Joint Corridors Off Road program of the ‘Topsector Logistiek’.
Promotional trip on June 2nd
On 2 June next, the RPPC Venlo-Roermond-Mönchengladbach promotion trip will take place.
We will be pleased to show you around the Hutchison Ports Venlo rail and inland waterway terminal on 2 June!
EGS offers sustainable transport
Sustainable transport is one of the reasons EGS was introduced. This is still one of our key goals; to offer sustainable and efficient synchromodal transport.
EGS makes use of modernised wagon fleet of RTB CARGO
European Gateway Services’ (EGS) railpartner RTB CARGO completed the modernisation of its container wagon fleet. The RTB CARGO trains that EGS deploys in its network are now equipped with a highly modern fleet of wagons that offer advantages in terms of efficiency and noise emission.
Megabarge MS Southford part of EGS' intermodal network
Welcome to this new giant! We are happy to announce the MS Southford is new in the intermodal network of EGS. This megabarge has a length of 135m and can transport up to 6.400 tons and 500 TEU.
ECT and EGS open Hamburg office; Peter Nebel is local representative
At the end of 2021, ECT opened an office in Hamburg. With the opening of the Hamburg office, ECT aims to engage even more in a continuous dialogue with its customers and to participate in its customers' networks. In this way, ECT and EGS can contribute to making the customers' logistics processes as efficient as possible.
Container transport by inland shipping on Flemish waterways above 1 million TEU
Last year, inland shipping on the Flemish waterways transported a total of 71.9 million tonnes, an increase by 4.23%. Container transport rose above the 1 million TEU mark for the first time. The Albert Canal is the most important transport axis (source: Flows.be)
EGS connects Austria with Rotterdam
EGS connects Austria with all deepsea terminals and several city terminals of Rotterdam, and vice versa. We offer high frequent rail and barge connections with Linz and Vienna. Austria is also connected with Rotterdam via Southern Germany. Regensburg. Munich and Kornwestheim are part of the EGS network. Next to rail and barge services we also offer additional services such as last mile trucking.