News-Rubrik: Port of Antwerp

Port of Antwerp reports unprecedented growth in all segments

2018 became a record year for Port of Antwerp; container traffic increased to 11.1 million TEU

EUR 3 billion mega-investment by Ineos in port of Antwerp

Largest capital outlay in the European chemical industry in 20 years is a big new boost to the international competitive position of the existing chemical cluster

Port of Antwerp starts new year with new logo

A new year, a new mission and vision for a port with grand ambitions call for a powerful brand with a dynamic appearance

Port of Antwerp reached a volume of 11 million TEU in 2018

6th successive record year with growth in all segments and need for additional container capacity

Antwerp is developing into the “digital port of the future”

Implementation of specific measures along the entire value chain in the area of data source usage

Port of Antwerp CEO on his mission in Austria

The Belgian seaport contributes to increase the value added for shippers in the hinterland

New mega-investment by Austrian company in port of Antwerp

Borealis to build new propane dehydrogenation (PDH) plant in the largest chemical cluster in Europe; Oiltanking Antwerp Gas Terminal will be new logistic partner

“The Port of Antwerp can do so much more than just containers!”

The Belgian seaport wants to become integrated into the supply chains of the Austria’s and Hungary’s industry

Port of Antwerp urges for more intense use of “night logistics”

Inland shipping and rail logistics are a priority in the structural solutions to improve mobility

MOL Chemical Tankers is coming to the port of Antwerp

Together with the port group SEA-Invest the company will construct a tank storage terminal for liquid chemicals

Port of Antwerp is bracing itself for Brexit

With Brexit rapidly approaching, the Belgian port will expand its market position within the United Kingdom

Port of Antwerp reports new records and best half year ever

Container freight and ro/ro volume continue to rise; sharp drop in iron and steel imports

Railport aimed to double rail volume in the Port of Antwerp

Nils van Vliet was appointed CEO of Railport Antwerp; expansion of rail logistics to permit sustainable growth of the port in future