Two container ships are docked at the Port of Rotterdam in the Netherlands. From 1962 until 2002 it was the world’s busiest port, but was overtaken first by the the port in Singapore and later by the facility in Shanghai, China. Container ships such as these can weigh up to 300,000 tons and extend up to 1,200 feet (366 meters).
This dredging project will deepening of the new waterway and Botlek in Rotterdam. Rijkswaterstaat Programs, Projects and Maintenance and Port of Rotterdam Authority NV invite market participants to participate in this consultation. In order to participate in this tendering procedure, the requirement for eligibility of the contract is that the tenderer must have dredging equipment suitable for the work area. This project estimated to dredged to a depth of at least -20m.