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19 Apr
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Request use of off-peak hours for truck handling

Due to general high occupancy and significant peaks at the RWG terminal, the stack will reach full capacity this week. It is of importance that containers are picked up as soon as possible. In relation to the general high occupancy, the timeslots for truck handling are mainly full on weekdays from morning until early evening. To be able to handle more containers it is necessary to make use of all possible time slots. RWG offers capacity for timeslots 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, also during the evenings/nights, on holidays (such as upcoming King’s Day) and during weekends. RWG requests more parties make use of the off-peak hours for truck handling.

For questions regarding the gate process you can contact the department Data Control & Gate via email address dcg@rwg.nl.  For questions regarding water side and rail handling you can contact the department Operations via email address operations@rwg.nl

22 Mar
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Maiden call CMA CGM Rivoli

Monday evening 22 March 2021 the CMA CGM Rivoli will arrive at RWG for its maiden call in the Port of Rotterdam. The vessel is a LNG-powered vessel of the very large container ships (VLCS) generation. RWG is the first deep sea terminal to be 'LNG ready' in the Netherlands.

The CMA CMA CGM Rivoli is a 23,000 TEU vessel, in a series of nine, owned by CMA-CGM. The vessel is 400 meters long and 61 meters wide and is currently deployed in the NEU4 service of Ocean Alliance.

15 Feb
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Maiden call CMA CGM Louvre

Tuesday morning 16 February 2021 the CMA CGM Louvre will arrive at RWG for its maiden call in the Port of Rotterdam. The vessel is a LNG-powered vessel of the very large container ships (VLCS) generation. RWG is the first deep sea terminal to be 'LNG ready' in the Netherlands.

The CMA CMA CGM Louvre is a 23,000 TEU vessel, in a series of nine, owned by CMA-CGM. The vessel is 400 meters long and 61 meters wide and is currently deployed in the NEU4 service of Ocean Alliance.

03 Feb
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Maiden call CMA CGM Scandola

Wednesday 3 February the CMA-CGM Scandola arrived at RWG for its maiden call in the Port of Rotterdam. CMA-CGM Scandola  is a LNG-powered vessel of the very large container ships (VLCS) generation and RWG is the first deep sea terminal to be 'LNG ready' in the Netherlands. The CMA-CGM Scandola is a 14,800 TEU vessel, in a series of six, owned by CMA-CGM. The vessel is 366 meters long and 51 meters wide and is currently deployed in the NEU4 service of Ocean Alliance.