RST CSR Report 2022
Please check our CSR report 2022 where we have defined our targets on People, Planet and Prosperity.
We also created a whole seperate website voor this.
You can use the menu item MVO in the menu at the top for more information.
Download the RST CSR Report 2022 here
We are proud to show you Rotterdam Short Sea Terminals B.V. (RST), the No.1 dedicated Short Sea Terminal in Europe. We look back on the exciting and remarkable year 2020, the change of ownership at RST and we will give you a first insight on our terminal expansion operational by end of Q3-2021.
The short sea business is characterized by continious time constraints: every second counts. This is illustrated by tight sailing schedules and the delivery of containers just before departure. Rotterdam Short Sea Terminals makes every possible effort to service her clients and takes on every challenge. This flexibility is combined with a high level of service, which makes RST a reliable partner.
Close to the hinterland
Thanks to our excellent tri-modal connections directly connected to our terminal (road | inland waterways | rail) is what makes RST an excellent base for short sea shipping.
RST stands for sustainable transport. We encourage and accommodate transport by barge to reduce the number of trucks on the road.
Furthermore RST is directly adjacent and internal connected to the most important rail hub in Rotterdam. Also alternative fuels have our attention. RST participates in the EU-funded international “Door2LNG”-project which aims at an upgrade of the maritime links by ways of a LNG-fuelled multimodal transport chain in the northern Europe. One of our partners in this project is Containerships plc.
TAR obligation at RST
As from the 15th of February 2022 the input of a valid TAR (Terminal Appointment Reference) will be mandatory.
No valid TAR code, means no entrance to the terminal.
Please see TAR obligation EN for more information.
Rotterdam Short Sea Terminals plays a central role as a hub
between European ports and the hinterland. RST’s short sea
network reaches from the north of Africa all the way to Russia.