|Name||Area (ha)||Free (ha)||City||Country|
|Chemical Cluster Delfzijl||1469.0||435.0||Delfzijl||The Netherlands|
|EMMTEC Industry & Business Park||1000.0||25.0||Emmen||The Netherlands|
|Port of Amsterdam||1200.0||300.0||Amsterdam||The Netherlands|
|Port of Rotterdam||300.0||Rotterdam||The Netherlands|
|Valuepark Terneuzen||80.0||Terneuzen||The Netherlands|
The Dutch chemical industry provides integrated parks with pipeline grids for a whole range of chemical substances including Acetic acid, Acetylene, Chlorine, Ethylene, Hydrochloric acid, Hydrogen, Methanol, Naphta Petroleum, Natural gas, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Propylene and Steam.
Four out of the six clusters are located near a sea harbour, all clusters have a railway connection, all clusters are accessible by highway, and five can be accessed via a waterway.
The integrated chemical sites in The Netherlands as presented on this website cover a total area of approximately 3700 hectare of which 1190 hectare is currently available for new development.
Please use the map above to explore the chemical parks in The Netherlands in more detail, or browse to our map of Europe to extend your search to chemical clusters in other European countries.
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