On Thursday 17 November 2016, the ‘Leef je Uit’ Foundation and RWG signed a multiannual cooperation agreement. The ‘Leef je Uit’ Foundation is committed to helping lonely elderly people in Rotterdam. The goal of the foundation is to cheer up these elderly people by organizing trips and making sure they experience a pleasant and carefree day together.
On Friday 16 September, about 50 employees of terminal operators in Rotterdam and the Port of Rotterdam Authorities rolled up their sleeves and set to work at the Mildenburg Estate in Oostvoorne. The goal of this initiative was to retain the open habitat for special dune species in the dune valley. This natural site lies in the direct environment of the port of Rotterdam.
As from week 36, two services of the G6, the PA1 and AX1, will call the RWG terminal weekly. These two new transatlantic services for RWG are a new milestone in the further development of the world’s most modern and automated container terminal. The PA1 service will call the RWG terminal every week on Tuesday and RWG is the last port of call in Europe for this service.
As the first deep sea container terminal in the Netherlands, Rotterdam World Gateway (RWG) obtained the ISO certificate 28000-2007. This certificate proves that RWG meets the standards in in the field of security. Safety is one of RWG’s core values. The security of employees, visitors, customers and property is of great importance to RWG. A modern and effective security system is crucial to guarantee this security.