Barge & Rail Terminal Born

Last audited at
18-05-2017
Barge & Rail Terminal Born
Holtum Noordweg 9,
6121 RE Born
NETHERLANDS
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Telephone: +31889440100
Fax:
bargeterminal@..haven-group.nl
Internet: www.bargeterminalborn.nl
75% Accessibility & Connectivity
86% Services
100% Safety & Security
100% Customs
100% ICT
92% Overall
Avg. CO2 level reduction
01234
Avg. CO2 emission container
9.89 kg

Date founded

28-05-1990

Parent organisation

Waalhaven Group

Opening hours general or Truck

Monday: 07:00 - 21:00
Tuesday: 07:00 - 21:00
Wednesday: 07:00 - 21:00
Thursday: 07:00 - 21:00
Friday: 07:00 - 21:00
Saturday: closed
Sunday: closed

Opening hours Barge

Monday: 07:00 - 23:59
Tuesday: 00:00 - 24:00
Wednesday: 00:00 - 24:00
Thursday: 00:00 - 24:00
Friday: 00:00 - 24:00
Saturday: 00:00 - 24:00
Sunday: 00:00 - 24:00

Opening hours Rail

Monday: 07:00 - 19:00
Tuesday: 07:00 - 19:00
Wednesday: 07:00 - 19:00
Thursday: 07:00 - 19:00
Friday: 07:00 - 19:00
Saturday: closed
Sunday: closed

Partnerships

  • VITO
  • Andere samenwerkingsverbanden

Other joint ventures

ELC Schuttevaer NIWO NRW-Logistics Cluster

Lot size

185000 m2


Capacity per annum (no. of handlings)

520000


Quay length

490 m


Number of tracks at terminal

6


Length of rail track

1700 m


Possibilities for expansion

Ja


Extra kraan op banden


Development in surrounding area

Uitbreiding warehouses > 100.000 m2


No. of cranes

3


No. of reach stackers

1


No. of empty stackers

2


Mission statement

Barge Terminal Born is involved in transshipment full and empty containers and intermodal transport. Besides running container-terminals, we also operate barges, trains and trucks as part of a total logistic concept BTB has the responsibility over the containers and the trust of the customers to handle and transport the containers in a correct manner according to plan. BTB offers her customers optimal, custom made services with special regards for quality, security, health and environment.

All employees have their own responsibility with regards to their field of work. When serving her customers BTB strives for optimalisation of a safe and responsible environment to work in, so her employees can function optimally.

Vision

BTB offers a total intermodal concept: transshipment, storage and transport. The operation of an inland terminal, barges, trains and trucks is our core business. The focus is on the transport of containers between the seaports and the Euregion, where BTB is established and wants to continue to play a leading role. Our aim is service to our customers with respect to the aspects: quality, price, safety, health and environment.

Development plans

Shipping line  
APL APL
PICK-UP
DROP-OFF
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CMA-CGM CMA-CGM
PICK-UP 20'40'40' HC40' RF
DROP-OFF 20'40'40' HC40' RF
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K-Line K-Line
PICK-UP
DROP-OFF
More Details
MOL MOL
PICK-UP
DROP-OFF
More Details
Maersk Line Maersk Line
PICK-UP
DROP-OFF
More Details
Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC)
PICK-UP 20'40'40' HC
DROP-OFF 20'40'40' HC
More Details
NYK Line NYK Line
PICK-UP
DROP-OFF
More Details
OOCL OOCL
PICK-UP
DROP-OFF
More Details
Container depot services
  • Cleaning
  • Repair
  • Estimeren

From Rotterdam


To Rotterdam


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Rating details

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Accessibility & Connectivity

Terminal's connections to Port of Rotterdam

Inland shipping connection to/from Rotterdami
100% 8
Transit time by inland shipping
22 hour
Rail connection to/from Rotterdami
0% 0
Transit time by rail
6 hour

Terminal access

Vessel classes permitted at the terminali
100% CEMT V (Length: 190, Width: 15, Draft: 3)
Length of rail tracki
100% 1700 m
Transport to terminal by third partiesi
100% Yes

Services

Pre-transport and end-transport
100% Yes
Warehousei
100% Yes, by partner external
Transhipment dangerous goodsi
100%
  • Class 2.1
  •  
  • Class 2.2
  •  
  • Class 2.3
  •  
  • Class 3.1
  •  
  • Class 3.2
  •  
  • Class 3.3
  •  
  • Class 4.1
  •  
  • Class 4.2
  •  
  • Class 4.3
  •  
  • Class 5.1
  •  
  • Class 5.2
  •  
  • Class 6.1
  •  
  • Class 6.2
  •  
  • Class 8
  •  
  • Class 9
Storage dangerous goodsi
100%
  • Class 2.1
  •  
  • Class 2.2
  •  
  • Class 2.3
  •  
  • Class 3.1
  •  
  • Class 3.2
  •  
  • Class 3.3
  •  
  • Class 4.1
  •  
  • Class 4.2
  •  
  • Class 4.3
  •  
  • Class 5.1
  •  
  • Class 5.2
  •  
  • Class 6.1
  •  
  • Class 6.2
  •  
  • Class 8
  •  
  • Class 9
Reefer connectionsi
100% 20
Gas measurement and forced degassingi
100% Yes, by partner at terminal
Empty depot servicesi
75%
  • Cleaning
  •  
  • Repair
  •  
  • Estimating
Tank cleaningi
0% Yes, by partner external

Safety & Security

AEO securityi
100% Yes
Access controli
100% Yes
Camera surveillancei
100% Yes
Working safelyi
100%
  • People
  •  
  • Equipment

Customs

AEO Customsi
100% Yes
Customs warehousei
100%
  • Customs bonded warehouse type C external
Local Clearance Procedurei
100% Yes

ICT

Track & trace cargo datai
100% Yes
EDI communication possiblei
100% Yes

Sustainability

CO2 Footprint 2015

Total CO2 emission

642.867 kg

Total number of containers

÷ 65.000


CO2 emission per container

= 9,89 kg

Average CO2 emission participating terminals

11,60 kg

Measures to reduce CO2 emissions

Level

Reducing energy demand - Monitoring fuel usage
01234
i
Reducing energy demand - Efficient equipment usage (By training/education of employees)
01234
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Reducing energy demand - Efficient operations
01234
i
External orientation - Communication
01234
i
External orientation - Innovation
01234
i
External orientation - Supply chain collaboration
01234
i

The emission factors used and explanation of the above results can be found at this page