Portal project: 133 billion euros (2006) and belongs to the world’s largest logistics company on the water of the volume of trade between Germany and the Netherlands between two countries. Many transports from the neighboring country are accordingly on the roads of both countries already on the road. But small and medium-sized entrepreneurs do hard meaningful steps such as the cooperation with a Dutch partner company or establishing a subsidiary in the Netherlands. An event of the portal project for the transport and logistics industry on April 7 to answer questions on these topics and give the opportunity to meet colleagues from the neighbouring country. The participants have the opportunity to watch the Duisburg port closer. During a roughly two-hour cruise with the white fleet Tim Oliver will present the various logistical possibilities freshness, the communication Department of the Duisports, especially for transport in the Netherlands.

Following is the Ship time for questions in a relaxed atmosphere, contacts with colleagues can be forged or deepened. Who is interested, can evening with coming to Kleve in the Dutch-German Business Club and expand its network there. Participation in the event is free of charge, will be asked only to registration on the site. There is also detailed information about time and place in the near future. The portal project is an initiative of the Kamer van Koophandel Centraal Gelderland, the industry and lower Rhine in Duisburg, as well as the Handwerkskammer Dusseldorf Chamber of Commerce. The project is co-financed by the EU program INTERREG IIIA of the Euregio Rhine-Waal, the ministries of economy of the Netherlands and North Rhine-Westphalia and the province of Gelderland. Information under: media contacts: Mediamixx Frank Wobbeking and Maike Gustorf Tiergarten road 64 47533 Kleve Tel: 02821 711 56 10 fax: 02821 711 56 39 E-Mail:, Web: co-financed by the EU programme INTERREG IIIA of the Euregio Rhine-Waal, through the ministries of economy of the Netherlands and North Rhine-Westphalia as well as the province of Gelderland.