Passenger Terminal Amsterdam, a subsidiary of Port of Amsterdam, has been accountable for the dealing with of ocean cruise in Amsterdam. The dealing with of river cruise was managed by Port of Amsterdam.
Primarily based on the necessity to function extra effectively and customer-oriented within the discipline of river cruise, the Supervisory Boards of each Port of Amsterdam and Passenger Terminal Amsterdam agreed to switch river cruise to Cruise Port Amsterdam (the brand new firm identify).
As Business Supervisor Cruise, Monic van der Heyden was accountable for river cruise at Port of Amsterdam and can transfer to Cruise Port Amsterdam to take care of continuity for the river cruise firms: “Amsterdam is a prime vacation spot within the Northern Europe crusing space for ocean and river cruise. By accommodating the dealing with of each river and ocean cruise in a single devoted firm, alternatives come up for optimizing the service for our delivery firms and their passengers.”
Dick de Graaff, Director Passenger Terminal Amsterdam/Cruise Port Amsterdam: “The merger of the dealing with of ocean and river cruise is a logical step. We have now the power to make river cruise a core enterprise. Along with effectivity, this additionally gives alternatives at a strategic stage. Within the coming years we are going to concentrate on additional improvement of sustainable cruise tourism in Amsterdam. As a result of river cruise docks throughout the town, the identify Passenger Terminal Amsterdam not covers the enterprise and subsequently we’ve chosen to function below our new identify Cruise Port Amsterdam for the dealing with of ocean and river cruise.”
The identify Passenger Terminal Amsterdam is not going to disappear. The terminal is a multipurpose constructing and likewise capabilities as venue for company occasions. The occasion department of the corporate will proceed to function below the present identify Passenger Terminal Amsterdam