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Nederland Zuid-Holland Rotterdam 27-08-2009 20090827 Foto: David Rozing .Serie over logistieke sector.ECT Delta terminal in de haven van Rotterdam. .Containerschip Ever Conquest legt aan om gelost te worden, de dikke touwen worden via het kleine bootje naar de wal vervoerd. .ECT,European Container Terminals, at the Port of Rotterdam. Europe's biggest and most advanced container terminal operator, handling close to three- quarters of all containers passing through the Port of Rotterdam. ECT is a member of the Hutchison Port Holdings group (HPH), the world's biggest container stevedore with terminals on every Continent. At the ECT Delta Terminal unmanned, automated guided vehicles - so-called AGVs - transport the containers between ship and stack. In the stack, unmanned automated stacking cranes (ASCs) ensure that the containers are always stacked in the correct place. Thanks to the water depth ans its strategic location, many shipping lines have chosen the ECT delta Terminal as both their first and last European port of call. Terminal operations are highly automated. Consequently, the ECT Delta Terminal is exceptionally well suited to discharging and loading large volumes. ECT Delta Terminal offers an unequalled water depth. Rail Facilities.The ECT Delta Terminal has it own state-of-the-art rail facilities , Vervoerders, vrachtschepen, vrachtschip, water, waterhuishouding, wereldhandel, zeehaven, zeehavens, zeeschepen, zeeschip, zeevaart..Holland, The Netherlands, dutch, Pays Bas, Europe .Foto: David Rozing

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Nederland Zuid-Holland Rotterdam  27-08-2009 20090827 Foto: David Rozing .Serie over logistieke sector.ECT Delta terminal in de haven van Rotterdam. .Containerschip Ever Conquest legt aan om gelost te worden, de dikke touwen worden via het kleine bootje naar de wal vervoerd. .ECT,European Container Terminals, at the Port of Rotterdam. Europe's biggest and most advanced container terminal operator, handling close to three- quarters of all containers passing through the Port of Rotterdam. ECT is a member of the Hutchison Port Holdings group (HPH), the world's biggest container stevedore with terminals on every Continent. At the ECT Delta Terminal unmanned, automated guided vehicles - so-called AGVs - transport the containers between ship and stack. In the stack, unmanned automated stacking cranes (ASCs) ensure that the containers are always stacked in the correct place. Thanks to the water depth ans its strategic location, many shipping lines have chosen the ECT delta Terminal as both their first and last European port of call. Terminal operations are highly automated. Consequently, the ECT Delta Terminal is exceptionally well suited to discharging and loading large volumes. ECT Delta Terminal offers an unequalled water depth. Rail Facilities.The ECT Delta Terminal has it own state-of-the-art rail facilities , Vervoerders, vrachtschepen, vrachtschip, water, waterhuishouding, wereldhandel, zeehaven, zeehavens, zeeschepen, zeeschip, zeevaart..Holland, The Netherlands, dutch, Pays Bas, Europe .Foto: David Rozing