Port of Amsterdam International

Clean & colorful website for one of the world’s most important logistics hubs

port of amsterdam website

The brief

Port of Amsterdam is one of the largest hubs in the world. They handle 100 million tons in cargo traffic annually. Port of Amsterdam specialize in Port Development, Port, and Cruises Terminal Management. With their experience and expertise they have created Port of Amsterdam International to assists clients around the world with sustainable and long term solutions that fit the conditions of any port and the challenges they face.

With this in mind, Port of Amsterdam has reached out to us in order to create a brand-recognizable, easy to use website for their international target audience. It is their goal to attract new clientele by presenting their expertise and past successes in an easy accessible manner.


Web development
Web design

Technologies used

Drupal 9

Our solutions

Updated brand identity

In collaboration with Nina Quax Creative Studio, we opted to refresh the existing brand identity of Port of Amsterdam International with brighter colors and clean typefaces. We kept the layout minimal with a few delightful elements. The result is a clean website that is user-friendly but still surprising at times.


The website for Port of Amsterdam International is designed to be incredibly flexible, housing different types of content with a management system that is easy to use and gives the user many page layout options.

Advanced technology

Our team of developers applied an advanced platform, CMS Drupal 8, to build a user-friendly website with a clear structure, vast opportunities for the client to smoothly create and add pages with dynamic content and in different languages. Moreover, the website is fully optimized and responsive for all devices.

What they say

« I liked three aspects in particular about working with Uniqode: the flexibility, the ability to think with the client, and the ability to translate the wishes of the client into a finished product. Flexibility was mostly expressed by quickly making adjustments (or formulating possible options) and by being available for meetings and calls when necessary. Thinking with the client is mostly based on your expertise, both in visual and website design. Many possibilities were brought forward by you, and in case some of our wishes were not possible, alternatives were given. Finally, I think the finished product is a fantastic representation of what we wanted it to be. It is very impressive that this came out of the initial briefing and our discussions. Also, you are all lovely people to interact with.  »

Mark Hoolwerf, Port of Amsterdam