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Timmers to leave Rotterdam

Robert Jan Timmers is stepping down as business developer and business manager for breakbulk at the port of Rotterdam after more than ten years in the role.

He will be leaving the Rotterdam Port Authority on July 29.

During his time at the port, Timmers focused on the development of plans for the expansion of terminals and the redevelopment of port areas, as well as attracting shipping companies to the European gateway and providing account management for breakbulk shipping lines and agents.

www.portofrotterdam.com

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