Major bulk and breakbulk port operator Euroports, is relocating its international headquarters to Hoofddorp,The Netherlands. The move, which should be completed in Q1 2013, brings Euroports closer to the heart of the European maritime supply chain community and will further strengthen the management of the Group by centralizing the management of the entire group in one office.

“In Hoofddorp, we will be closer to many of our customers and stakeholders and benefit from a very – competitive infrastructure.We also expect to have better access to maritime supply chain experts we will be looking to recruit as we continue to grow our business, says Charles Menkhorst, Group CEO of Euroports”


EUROPORTS is one of the largest bulk and breakbulk port

operators in continental Europe, offering transport and logistics solutions. Its core service package includes terminals (handling, storage and VAS), transport services, freight forwarding and contract logistics in a number of industries.

EUROPORTS handles in total some 73 million tonnes annually with a strong focus on general cargo and dry bulk. It offers: 

  • 22 port terminals (bulk, breakbulk, containers port facilities) across eight countries; 
  • a wide range of transport services (road transport, barge transport, sea chartering, ship agency, customs clearance) in-house to provide ‘last mile deliveries’ to the hinterland; 
  • ten contract logistics projects for various industrial customers; and 
  • a global freight forwarding, company (Manuport Logistics) with offices across Europe, the Middle East, Asia Pacific and Latin America.