The ports of “Neuss Düsseldorf Häfen” are able to look back on a lengthy history.

Already in the 19th Century the individually autonomous ports in Neuss and Düsseldorf formed an important interface between land and water. They helped give their respective cities a reputation for international trade and resulted in the rise of important industries in their neighborhoods.

Since their merger in 2003 to form the “Neuss Düsseldorf Häfen” they became a powerful company that is able to look back over 100 years of experience.
As efficient partners in the supply chain, the “Neuss Düsseldorf Häfen” offer numerous options for cargo handling. With a total of over 15,8 million metric tons, they are Germany’s third-largest inland port.

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