News

24 June 2015

First Pile of the Jetty

After a long period of preparation the first pile for the new jetty was hit into the ground on Wednesday 17th June.

27 May 2015

Excellent Supplier Award 2014

During the Eastman Carrier Appreciation Day on Thursday 21st May 2015, RMI Chemical Logistics received the Excellent Supplier Award 2014. We are very proud to have received this award from Mr.V. Bracha, Logistic Procurement Manager at EMEA and we would like to thank the whole team from Eastman for this award.

We will give this award a special place in our office and look forward to further developing our close collaboration.

 

The Management of RMI wishes to thank all the RMI staff for this achievement.

5 November 2014

Inland shipping jetty and more space for RBC depots

RMI, RBC, CETEM , RCC

The Port of Rotterdam Authority and R.B.C. Holding, sister company of Cetem Containers and R.M.I. Global Logistic Services (http://www.rmi-global.com/), signed an agreement on 11 December 2013 for the construction of a jetty and expansion of the site by 5000 M2. The jetty will have a mobile crane to handle full containers, up to 45 tonnes.

Construction of the jetty will commence in 2014 and, like the site expansion, is expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2015. A substantial part of the terminal will be designed for the storage and handling of containers with hazardous substances. The extension of the environmental permit required for this is expected to be granted by the end of 2014.

The development of a jetty to handle full containers and full tank containers and the expansion and modification of the sites will allow R.B.C. Holding to drastically reduce the transport of (hazardous) substances by road in favour of shipping traffic through the one-stop shop concept. This is in line with the general modal shift policy of the Port Authority. Part of that entails opening up the depots for empty containers to inland shipping as well.

The terminal, with a total size of more than 100,000 m2, offers ample opportunities for the storage and handling of empty and loaded containers and tank containers, and is located on the Oude Maasweg-Westgeulstraat in the Botlek area. This area also has a strong concentration of chemical production and storage companies.

R.B.C. wants to optimise the terminal further at a later stage to connect to the railway network. This will create a trimodal terminal for transport by water, rail and road.

Photo caption (photo made by Aeroview):

On the left the Oude Maasweg, on the right the Botlek/Oude Maas. The photo is taken looking north.

Cetem/RBS/RMI is located to the north of the cross road to the sand jetty. The depot has had a jetty with light crane for empty containers for a few years now. The new jetty will come between the existing jetty and the sand jetty.

30 August 2013

We have moved!

New office in Rotterdam

We have moved to our new office in Rotterdam!