MSC company behind new mega terminal in Port of Rotterdam

MSC’s port company, TIL, has joined forces with Hutchison Ports about investing in a new terminal in Rotterdam with a capacity of 6-7 million teu when completed. TIL’s chief executive deems the construction a ”mega terminal.”

Photo: Port of Rotterdam

The world’s leading container carrier, MSC, invests in a significant expansion of capacity at the Port of Rotterdam, with the first phase slated for completion by 2027.

With the project, two of the world’s largest terminal companies, namely MSC’s port company Terminal Investment Limited (TIL) and Hong Kong-based Hutchison Ports, engage in a joint venture. When finished, the construction will have a capacity of 6-7 million teu.

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