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Customs in Rotterdam
PORT OF
ROTTERDAM
PARTNERS
Alblas
Broekman Group B.V.
Cleve & Zonen B.V.
Customs Support Holland BV
DB Mobility
DB Schenker Rail
Elbe Rijn Lloyd B.V.
ERS
ECT
Eucon
Ge-Ex
Havenbedrijf Rotterdam
Maco Customs Service
P&O Ferrymasters Ltd
Samskip
Rotterdam Port Promotion Council
PORT OF
ROTTERDAM
PORT OF
ROTTERDAM
What is your benefit?
Warsaw
20 September 2012
Marjolein Warburg
Managing Director, Rotterdam Port Promotion Council
Rotterdam
Moerdijk
Dordrecht
Warsaw
Dr. Marcel Kurpershoek
Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherland in Polen
Since 1993
€ 23 billion of
investments by
Dutch companies
€ 5 billion
€ 8.5 billion
Benefits Poland
• economic growth of > 18% between 2008-2011
• mobility of labour
Benefits Netherlands
• contribution of the Polish labour force to Dutch economy € 1.8 billion
• contribution of the Polish labour force to Dutch tax income € 1.2 billion
Port of Rotterdam I Cargo handling
x 1.000 Tons
Products
Dry bulk
Liquid bulk Total bulk
Containers
1st half 2011
43,091
97,157
140,248
61,797
Roll on / Roll off
Other cargo
Total breakbulk
Total throughput 8,778
4,110
12,888
214,933 1st half 2012
39,351
107,458
146,809
63,041
8,819
3,086
11,905
221,755
-/+%
-8.7
+10.6
+4.7
+2.0
+0.5
-24.9
-7.6
+3.2
Port of Rotterdam | Logistics Performance Index
Ranking no. 1
• service
• cost
• infrastructure
Port of Rotterdam I participants
Jurgen Voigt
Karolina Cornelissen
Andrzej Stec
Mike Draer
Bob Schmidt
Ton van Grinsven
Port of Rotterdam I participants
Jaap Huizinga
Kees Hoving
Arnold van Thull
Frank Schuhholz
Lucas Witalis
Port of Rotterdam I Hinterland connections
Inland shipping
Road
Rail
Pipeline
Shortsea - feeder
Port of Rotterdam I participants
John Thornton
Florian Vreeburg
Gerard de Groot
Erik Janse
Wouter van Dijk
Port of Rotterdam I participants
Hans Maessen
Philippe Dore
Piotr Gall
Rob Nederlof
Jan Dorst
Marjolein Warburg
Hannie van Dijk
Ellen Hamelink
Maasvlakte 2 I Development
January 2009
January 2010
July 2012
Port of Rotterdam | LNG terminal
Port Community System
Without Port Community System
With Port Community System
Shipbrokers
Shipping companies
Rail operators
Agents
Terminals
Forwarders
Forwarders
Road Hauliers
Customs
Exporters
Empty depots
Importers
Shipping
companies
Customs
Rail infrastructure operator
Barge operator
Port authorities
Rail operators
Rail hauliers
Empty
depots
Food & Consumer
Product Safety Authority
Shipbrokers
Food & Consumer Product
Safety Autority
Road hauliers
Barge operators
Terminals
Port authorities
Inspection stations
ECS services by Portbase
| The convenience
• Quick, watertight validation of export declarations
• Easily comply with new Customs obligations
• No VAT problems afterwards
• A clear view on you containers
• Free and easy!
www.portbase.com
Port of Rotterdam | Customs
Wouter van Dijk
Director Logistics Port of Rotterdam
Rotterdam Container Port
September 2012
Wouter van Dijk
Port of Rotterdam
Content
1. Port area
2. Facts & figures
3. Key characteristics
4. Developments
5. Sustainability
The Port of Rotterdam
Top 20 European container ports 2011
Unit: Number x 1 million TEU’s
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Container throughput development
Port of Rotterdam (TEU)
Unit: Number x 1 million TEU’s
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Port of Rotterdam projections 2030
Port of Rotterdam projections 2030
20
17,9
16,0
16
13,7
11,5
12
9,5
8
7,9
6,9
7,6
4
0
2008
2009
2010
2015
2020
2025
2030
2035
Key characteristics
•
Nautical accessibility
•
Container Terminals
•
Gateway port
•
Transhipment hub
•
Port Community System
•
Customs organisation
Nautical accessibility
• Directly on the North Sea, with 24/7 unrestricted access
• Unparalleled turnaround times
Port
Sailing time
pilot to berth
Rotterdam Maasvlakte
2 hours
Hamburg
12 hours
Antwerp
12 hours
Nautical accessibility
• No draft restrictions or
tidal windows for the
port of Rotterdam.
4,800 TEU
Max. Draft
13.50 m
8,000 TEU +14,000 TEU
Max. Draft Max. Draft
14.50 m
15.50 m
Antwerp* 11,90 m
Hamburg* 12,80 m
Rotterdam > 19 m
* = port with tidal window
Maasvlakte terminals
3
2
1
1. ECT Delta Terminal
2. APM Terminals
3. Euromax
City terminals
3
1
2
1. ECT City Terminal
2. Rotterdam Shortsea Terminals
3. Uniport
Excellent barge connections
Country
Germany, Switzerland
Belgium
Weekly
frequency
158
21
Rotterdam
France
16
Netherlands
135
Total
330
Excellent rail connections
Country
Germany, Switzerland
& Austria
Weekly
frequency
148
Benelux
65
Italy & France
59
Eastern Europe
44
Total
316
Rotterdam
Betuwe Route
What
• 160 km of dedicated rail freight line
• from the port of Rotterdam to the German rail network
• Operational since June 2007
• Performance 2011 (ytd): ±500 trains per week
Benefits
• Increased rail capacity
• No delays between the port of Rotterdam and the German border
• Safe and clean mode of transport
• Quick transit times
• Port of Rotterdam -> German border: 3 hrs
• Port of Rotterdam -> Germany’s Ruhr area: 4 hrs
Betuweroute
Operating Company
Rail connections ex. Rotterdam
ERS Railways connects Rotterdam Maasvlakte and Rotterdam RSC terminal to
Poznan CLIP terminal
• 3 times a week (direct connection) in 22 hours
• Volkswagen, Twinings, Skoda and Samsung
Pernis Combi Terminal connects PCT via Duisburg to Kutno by PCC Poland
• Daily connection
Kombiverkehr and Hupac offer connections via Duisburg and Ludwigshafen to
Warsaw, Gliwice and Gadki
Ideal transhipment hub
Why?
• All major shipping lines have weekly services calling at
Rotterdam
• High ratio of “First/Last Port of Call” services
• 64 deepsea weekly services call at Rotterdam
• 29 have Rotterdam as first port of call
• 10 have Rotterdam as last port of call
• Large number of feeder connections
Weekly deepsea liner services
Rotterdam
Middle East & Asia
31
North America
8
Africa
4
Middle & South
America
19
Australia
2
Shortsea & feeder connections
Country
Weekly
frequency
UK & Ireland
85
Scandinavia & Iceland
27
Rotterdam
Baltic & Russia
27
Mediterranean
22
Spain & Portugal
17
Total
178
Connections to Poland
Option 1
Container by Feeder
to Poland
the Netherlands
Rotterdam
Day 1: Arrival Container
First Port of Call
Germany
Option 2
Day 1: Container by
Train to Poland
Day 3: Container
arrives in Gdańsk/
Gdynia
Poland
Day 2: Container
arrives Poland
Poland fact sheet
High ratio of first and last port of call establish the Port of Rotterdam as an excellent
transhipment hub for Poland
Feeder connections to Gdansk and Gdynia ex. Rotterdam Maasvlakte
Direct time-saving of at least 1-2 days compared to German ports
Poland Import 2011
M. East & South Asia
9%
North America
7%
Latin America
5%
Africa
4%
Poland Export 2011
North America
30%
Asia Pacific
75%
M. East & South Asia
22%
Latin America
7%
Africa
9%
Asia Pacific
32%
Maasvlakte 2 - Room for growth
Euromax (MV1)
147 ha
APMT (MV1)
115 ha
ECT Delta (MV1)
265 ha
T2 – APMT (MV2)
167 ha | 2014
Euromax (MV2)
84 ha
T4 (MV2)
56 ha
T3 (MV2)
163 ha
T1 – RWG (MV2)
156 ha | 2013
Shipping lines commit to Rotterdam
Euromax MV1
ECT & Cosco, K-Line, Yang
Ming & Hanjin (CKYH)
APM Terminals MV2
APM Terminals & Maersk Line
Rotterdam World
Gateway
DP World, APL, MOL, HMM &
CMA-CGM
Sustainability
Modal shift
Containers
Maasvlakte
47,5%
35,0%
2009
2035
ROAD
2,1
5,0
45,0%
39,0%
BARGE
1,7
7,0
20,0%
13,5%
RAIL
Unit: % & million TEU
0,6
3,0
Hans Maessen
Chairman Customs affairs Council of FENEX
(Dutch Freight Fowarders’ Association)
Director of Maco Customs Service
Customs in Rotterdam
Your advantages in logistics
European Union = Customs union
Customs organisation is national
Netherlands = logistics
Customs follows logistics
Rotterdam First Port of Call
Customs (brokers)
Authorised Economic Operator
Customs is 100% computerised
Scanning
Information Integration
| Port Community System
Rotterdam is unique
Fiscally flexible
Limited Fiscal Representation gives logistic freedom
Limited Fiscal Representation
• Liquidity advantage
• Logistic freedom
• Administrative
simplification
Competitive edge | www.maco.nl
Maco Customs Service
Specialist in Limited Fiscal Representation
www.macocustoms.com
[email protected]
Drs. J.J.J. Maessen
Managing Director Maco Customs Service
September 2012
Ton van Grinsven
Business Development Director
Customs Support
Przedstawicielstwo fiskalne
(Fiscal Representation)
September 2012
Ton van Grinsven
Fiscal Representation
Daily Customs clearances with Fiscal Representation are processed
in Rotterdam, divided into following categories:
• Direct shipments
• Indirect shipments
• Stock movements in Europe
Import Solar Panels from China
Fiscal Import Declaration NL
Direct to Poland
Indirect (Germany)
Stock movement
(Czech Republic)
Customs declaration with Fiscal Representation
• Importduties have to be paid
• Deferment of VAT to the Fiscal Representative
• Proof of delivery from Rotterdam – Poland
• VAT + ICT listing for delivery (NL) and receipt (PL)
Direct shipment to Poland
Fiscal Clearance Rotterdam
Import document
Poland
the Netherlands
Germany
Czech Republic
Fiscal Import Declaration NL
Direct to Poland
Indirect (Germany)
Stock movement
(Czech Republic)
Customs declaration with Fiscal Representation
• Importduties have to be paid
• Deferment of VAT to the Fiscal Representative
• Proof of delivery from Rotterdam – Germany
• Sales invoice(s) from Poland - Germany
• VAT + ICT listing for delivery (NL) and receipt (GE)
Indirect shipment Poland - Germany
Fiscal Clearance Rotterdam
Import document
Poland
the Netherlands
Germany
Czech Republic
Fiscal Import Declaration NL
Direct to Poland
Indirect (Germany)
Stock movement
(Czech Republic)
Customs declaration with Fiscal Representation
• Importduties have to be paid
• Deferment of VAT to the Fiscal Representative
• Proof of delivery from Rotterdam – Czech Republic
• VAT + ICT listing for delivery (NL) and receipt (CZ)
- Polish company arrange VAT number in Czech Republic
- Polish company arrange Fiscal Representative in Czech Republic
Stock movement (Czech Republic)
Fiscal Clearance Rotterdam
Import document
VAT registration
Poland
the Netherlands
Germany
Czech Republic
Requirements for Fiscal Declaration
• Sales contract
• Invoice
• Bill of lading / Airway bill etc.
• Certificate of Origin, Form A, etc. (if requested)
• Power of attorney Fiscal Representation
• Power of attorney Direct Representation
• Registration Chambre of Commerce
Proof of delivery
• Signed CMR at final destination
• Bill of lading
• Airway bill
• Statement EU 38
Dziękuję za uwagę
Thank you for your attention
Dziękuję za uwagę
Thank you for your attention
www.customssupport.com
PORT OF
ROTTERDAM
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ROTTERDAM
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