Euro-Rijn International has its own VAT bonded warehouse, in which products are exempt from VAT (Dutch VAT). Read all about the advantages of our VAT bonded warehouse below.
Why use a VAT bonded warehouse?
Euro-Rijn offers its clients the benefit of a VAT bonded warehouse. This means that you do not have to pay VAT (Dutch VAT) on products stored there, as long as these products change ownership without leaving the warehouse.
Exemption from VAT (Dutch VAT) is a unique opportunity that only exists in The Netherlands. If you have any questions about utilising the possibilities of the VAT bonded warehouse for your products, please contact us.
Convenience and simplicity
Our warehouse management system fully supports this facility, making transactions much simpler for you and your customers. We can take care of all the necessary administrative work on behalf of our clients.
If your products do leave our warehouse after the transaction, we can assist you by acting as your (limited) fiscal representative (LFR). This means that although you will have to pay VAT you do not have to concern yourself with the declaration (listing intrastat).
If you have any questions about our VAT bonded warehouse, please contact us.
Euro-Rijn is a family business that was founded in Rotterdam in 1979 by Mr. A.J.C.F. van Ommen. He has been interested in and passionate about logistical services ever since he travelled as a child with his parents on their riverboat. Over the years, Euro-Rijn has developed into a company with a number of specialist divisions that employ over 250 employees.
In its early years, Euro-Rijn specialised in the transportation of ‘bulk dry’ goods such as coal, ores, iron, alloys, grain, fodder, roadbuilding materials and salt. Its approach proved successful and its client base grew rapidly. Euro-Rijn kept on expanding the range of services it offered, in order to provide the best solutions for all its clients’ needs. Euro-Rijn has been housed at its current site in Moerdijk since 1997.
Euro-Rijn has several terminals at Moerdijk. A terminal with a direct waterway link was set up especially for the transportation of ferrous and nonferrous metals, which terminal also boasts a 600-metre long quay, two mobile cranes, two weighbridges that operate independently from each other, and a covered storage facility with about 50,000 square metres of floor area. This terminal has been designed for the storage and transhipment of bulk goods and general cargo. This is also where metals and ores are processed, these processes including crushing, sieving and packing into big bags, small bags, drums and cans.