IGMA has its bulk terminal in the Port of Amsterdam. The company is active in the transshipment of bulk cargoes. Many cargoes concern agricultural products such as grains, oilseeds and agricultural derivatives. Derivatives are by-products from other production processes, such as soy flour. The terminal also provides transshipment services of coal and minerals.
The site has various unloading facilities for seagoing and inland vessels, push barges and lorries. There are various cranes, shovels, bulldozers and diggers available. The IGMA team offers its customers both operational and technical support. The history of IGMA dates back to 1959, with the establishment of the ‘Internationale Graanoverslag Maatschappij Amsterdam’.