In the world of towage and heavy transport we strive for the highest level of service. Our competitive spirit and our skilled and innovative employees combined with our family of specialized services are the ground base for growth.
Loyalty & Integrity
“Together with our tailor-made solutions, competitive spirit, our skilled and innovative employees we are ready for the future!”
– Bram Muller, CEO
Muller Dordrecht likes to give something back to the community in which we’re active by supporting social projects. Mostly local initiatives but we also contribute to bigger events by participating, fundraising, donating, and volunteering. For many, many years we are involved in the entry of Saint Nicholas in the old port of Dordrecht with one of our tugs. Hundred of children in Dordrecht enjoy this true Dutch tradition.
As a marine contractor, we support the local Royal Dordtse Rowing and Sailing Club and Royal Netherlands Sea Rescue (KNRM). Every year we are contributor of the Rotterdam World Port Days; a festival to strengthen the bond between the port, the town and its natural hinterland.
Cultural activities are important to us. Next, to several orchestras, we proudly support the “Dordts Museum”, “Bach Festival” & the famous 2-yearly event “Dordt in Stoom”. For many, many years we are involved in the entry of Saint Nicholas in the old port of Dordrecht with one of our tugs. Hundred of children in Dordrecht enjoy this true Dutch tradition.
MULLER Dordrecht is one of the oldest most accomplished maritime service providers in Europe. For more than 100 years, we have been operating our own fleet and equipment, combined with the highly dedicated staff, exceptionally skilled and well-trained crew, serving the needs of the ever highly demanding maritime industry.
COVID-19 is for all of us a huge impact. Many patients have moved to hospitals far from their homes. They are also not allowed to receive visitors, so many patients do not have clean clothes. Muller Dordrecht would like to help so we donated many Muller t-shirts to the patients! pic.twitter.com/ODE1CUJ98c