The Netherlands

The Netherlands is a country in Northwestern Europe that is well-known for its flat landscape of canals, land of tulips, windmills, clogs, coffee shops and cycling routes which is the largest of four constituent countries of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and is also known as Holland. The country’s capital is Amsterdam which is home to the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum and the house where Jewish diarist Anne Frank hid during World War II and also has the largest European seaports which is the home to trade markets.
The Netherlands – Quick Check

Capital: Amsterdam
Currency: Euro
Language: Dutch
Time zone: (GMT+1)
The Netherlands

Vital Role Player in Logistics

It is the third largest exporter in the Euro Area and derives more than two-thirds of its GDP from merchandise trade and it is known as ‘the flower shop of the world, where they produce 80% of the world’s flower bulbs and the flower industry makes up over 5% of the Netherland’s GDP. This nation accounts for almost 90% of the world’s total area of tulip farms (around 11,000 hectares) and they produce 4.3 billion tulip bulbs yearly. Over 60 percent of total freight exports are sent to European Union countries. Being the global major importer and exporter, the Netherlands plays a significant part in the Freight Forwarding and Logistics industries.
Principal Imports

  • Fuel (29 percent of total imports)
  • Machinery (26 percent)
  • Food and Live animals (8.6 percent)
  • Pharmaceuticals and Electronics
Leading Exports

  • Machinery and Transport Equipment (28 percent of total exports)
  • Mineral fuels (23 percent)
  • Food (11 percent)
  • Clothing and footwear (10 percent)
  • Pharmaceuticals (5 percent)
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