NV Port of Den Helder is responsible for the economic development, management, maintenance and operation of the civil part of the port.
Port of Den Helder executes all civilian port functions, invests in the port economy and wants to achieve optimum use of space. Businesses are facilitated by investments in modernization and expansion of infrastructure, development of new business parks and redevelopment of existing plots. In addition, Port of Den Helder ensures smooth, safe and environmentally responsible handling of shipping.
Port of Den Helder aims for strengthening employment in and around the port, making the port an important job engine. Port of Den Helder intends to grow in the coming years through cooperation and innovative developments, in order to strengthen the regional, national and international presence of the leading offshore and defence port.
Port of Den Helder develops the port of Den Helder into the pit stop port on the North Sea, for logistical services, maintenance and supply, in order to stimulate sustainable economic development of the region.
Port of Den Helder wants to optimally facilitate the business community with efficient services and the ability to respond flexibly to changing market conditions. As a result, we know how to connect parties, make clear choices and use opportunities. Together with stakeholders, we aim to develop the port into an attractive pit stop port for current and new users. Port of Den Helder is a professional organization where motivated people want to work. By using our strengths, we achieve economic growth and thereby stimulate the regional economy.
Port of Den Helder is a professional, self-aware and learning organization with room for input, individual responsibility, as a reliable partner, based on mutual dependence and with an eye for sustainability.
Port of Den Helder consciously opts for an international positioning and image of the port and has therefore opted for an English-language brand name: Port of Den Helder.
The characteristic of the logo is the blue square with a white square in it: the window facing outwards, with the sea view. The graphic element (blue square with white square) comes from the maritime alphabet and represents the letter P from Port. It is also the P of The Blue Peter, which in the port means: 'All persons should report on board as the vessel is about to proceed to sea'.