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Port of Rotterdam, Kramer Group ink deal for reefer service center

The service center will be located at the former City Terminal in the Port of Rotterdam’s Eemhaven area.

   The Port of Rotterdam and Kramer Group inked an agreement on Monday to create a reefer service center, which will be located at the former City Terminal in the port’s Eemhaven area.
   Kramer Group’s subsidiaries, Seamark Reefer Service and AM-Solution, will provide repairs, cleaning, storage, and inspection and security services at the center, the Port of Rotterdam said.
   Additionally, the center will be utilized for Kramer Group’s new reefer shipping service between Maasvlake and Eemhaven.
   As a result of this partnership, Kramer Group will discontinue its activities at the old Reeweg and Eemhavenweg locations.
  
Kramer Group will have access to 5.5 hectares and a 200-meter-long quay wall, and the Port of Rotterdam Authority will build a quay for inland shipping at the site as well.
   Due to Europe Container Terminals’ (ECT) departure from City Terminal, the area is set to be redeveloped as a multi-modal hub for short-sea shipping, inland shipping, and rail and road transport.