22 November 2004 00:01 [Source: ICB]
The Port of Rotterdam has outlined ideas for a Chemical Logistics Service Center (CLSC) to be sited on its planned North Sea port extension, Maasvlakte 2.
Developed after consultation with manufacturers and logistics service providers, the CLSC would comprise all the facilities a chemical firm might need when setting up a plant on Maasvlakte 2. This would include five basic facilities for dealing with liquids, solids and containers: transhipment; storage; internal transport; processing; and hinterland. Facilities will be built and offered according to demand, type of goods and customer strategy.
A shortlist of companies that might participate in the CLSC has been drawn up, said press officer Minco van Heezen.
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