Cooperating ports

Rendsburg Port

RENDSBURG PORT GmbH is a consortium of two medium-sized regionally and supra-regionally active companies. The two equal partners are the shipping and logistics company AHLMANN-ZERSSEN GMBH + CO KG, Rendsburg, and Brunsbüttel Ports GmbH, i.a. owner and operator of the ports at Brunsbüttel.

Port of Newhaven

Newhaven port’s vision is of a thriving commercial and ferry port, and tourism gateway, providing infrastructure for job-creating businesses in renewable energy and the new low carbon, leisure marine and fishing industries, accessed via an attractive multi-use gateway area, with attractively renovated waterside access for residents and visitors.

Brunsbuettel Ports

With the strategically advantageous location of Brunsbüttel at the lower Elbe and at the Kiel-Canal the group of Ports at Brunsbüttel – Elbehafen, Oilport and Port of Ostermoor – offers direct access to North and Baltic Sea as well as to the European inland waterways, being in close distance to Hamburg with available industrial areas next to the Port.

Port of Ramsgate

The Port of Ramsgate is experienced in working with the offshore energy sector having facilitated construction operations for Vattenfall, Thanet Offshore Wind (100 turbines); London Array (175 turbines). Ramsgate is home for O&M operations for both Vattenfall (Thanet Offshore Wind & Kentish Flats) and London Array and these operations presently service 305 turbines.

Port of Ostend

Since 2008 the port of Ostend has been closely involved with the development and operation of wind farms in the North Sea. In order to explore this business opportunity the investment company, REBO NV, was founded in 2012 by public and private funds. Since then, several projects have been realized at the REBO-terminal in the Port of Oostende and a close offshore wind network has been developed.

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