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IGMA is a dry bulk terminal located in the Port of Amsterdam, engaged in the transhipment of anything from agribulk to minerals. Agribulk – which includes grains, oilseeds and raw materials used in the production of livestock feeds – can be transhipped both on the water and on the quay.

- IGMA has a total floor space of 74,000 square metres
- The capacity of the 24 concrete silos on the quay is around 50,000 tonnes
- Floating cranes facilitate unloading on the water
- A total of 8 million tonnes of agribulk and minerals is transhipped annually
- Minerals originate from the Far East, Australia and South Africa and are transported both as bulk cargo and in bags (known as ‘bog bags’) 

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