A city of southeast Netherlands in Limburg Province on the Maas river near the German border. The population is 63000 (1981). It was a fortress and commercial center in the middle ages. Now it is the distribution center of agricultural products (vegetables, flowers). There are paper, electronic and optical instruments and other industries. It is one of the biggest vegetable markets now.
Venlo is the transportation hub in the southeast of the Netherlands. Venlo railway station is the center of the railway network in the southeast of the Netherlands. There are fixed trains leading to Eindhoven, rurmond and nemegen every day. In addition, there are international trains running out of the railway station. The trains pass through kardenkirchen and felsen and arrive at mensingladbach in Germany. There are two expressways connecting fenluo with Germany, through which you can reach Dusseldorf, Cologne and Ruhr in Germany within one hour.
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Venlo Port (Port Code: NLVLO) is a medium-sized port located at Netherlands at coordinates North 51° 22' 29.75" - East 006° 09' 37.63". The types of vessels regularly calling at the port are Motor Freighter, Pleasure Craft, Passenger Ship, Ferry, Cruise ship, and Container Vessel. The maximum length of the vessels recorded to having entered this port is 184 meters. The maximum draught is 4.2 meters. The maximum Deadweight is 3910t.
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