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20 Feb
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Maintenance Terminal Operating System

On Sunday 24 February from 11:00 until 13:00, maintenance will be performed on RWG’s Terminal Operating System. Trucks can enter the terminal on 24 February until 10:30.

As a result, no land and water side handling will take place and no time slots can be booked within this time frame. It is however possible to book a time slot before and after the maintenance. For questions regarding the gate process you can contact the department Data Control & Gate via email at dcg@rwg.nl. For questions regarding water side and rail handling you can contact the department Operations via email at operations@rwg.nl.

10 Dec
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Maiden Call CMA CGM Louis Bleriot

The CMA CGM Louis Bleriot will have its maiden call at RWG on Monday 10 december 2018. The Louis Bleriot is the third 20.954 TEU vessel of CMA CGM in a series of three. The newest container ship giant was built in 2018 and is one of the world's most fuel efficient and environmentally friendly ships. The ships are deployed in the NEU4 service of the Ocean Alliance between Asia en North western Europe, which calls weekly at the RWG terminal. 

31 Oct
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New exit to RWG

On Saturday 3 November the Princes Amaliaviaduct will be opened. RWG is from that moment accessible via exit 5 on the Maasvlakteweg. The current exit and railway crossing will not be in use anymore from that moment. The new situation is clearly indicated at the Prinses Amaliaviaduct.

23 Jul
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Container status information at RWG upfront

As of today road hauliers are able to view the container status, even before pre-notification and application of a time slot (TAR). RWG is the first terminal with this new functionality. The functionality was already available for the services Barge and Rail planning and is now also supported for trucking companies who are using the new service Hinterland Container Notification of Portbase.

Advantage of the new service is that it is no longer necessary to book a time slot to view the status of a container. More information about how to use the new functionality and about the service Hinterland Container Notification can be found at
Portbase