Located in one of the largest and most advanced ports in the world, Klevenberg Shipping Center provides literally anything that is needed aboard a vessel, for both ocean-going and inland shipping. Service provision is our business – in the most fundamental sense of the word.
Achieving this in today’s high-tech environment obviously requires the most advanced technical resources: purpose-made software, administration packages, logistic devices and so forth. But the most important aspect of all – supporting our customers in the best possible way with our logistic services – always comes first.
This is to inform you that we as Klevenberg Shipping Center have offices in Rotterdam, Antwerp and Houston. If you are approached by companies who claim to be Klevenberg in all other ports or locations , for example Klevenberg Shipping Trader in Brazil, please be aware that these companies do not belong to our group.
We have been partners with Klevenberg for many years and their in-depth market knowledge, accuracy and speed of delivery of consumable goods and owner’s goods make them our preferred supplier for the ARA area on a daily basis.
BW FLEET MANAGEMENT A/S
We have been doing business with Klevenberg Shipping Center for many years. Their knowledge of the ship supply business and the quality of their staff, that ensures accuracy, competitiveness and quality assurance make them our preferred supplier for the ARA region. We wish them all the best for their new Houston operations.
SEATRADE GRONINGEN B.V.
Wrist Ship Supply, the World’s leading supplier of provision and stores to ships and offshore, and Rotterdam-based Klevenberg have agreed to consolidate their global operations. The consolidation enhances Klevenberg’s strong market presence and service offering and marks another important step in the steady development of Wrist’s global network. Noerresundby, Denmark, 6 June 2018 – Management […]
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) latest airfreight numbers report a 4.1 percent year-on-year upturn in volumes for April. This was up from the 1.8% growth in annual demand recorded in March 2018. Freight capacity, measured in available freight tonne kilometers (AFTKs), grew by 5.1% year-on-year in April 2018. This was the second […]