Preview: Port of Antwerp: growth despite eventful 2021

Port of Antwerp: growth despite eventful 2021

Throughput back to pre-COVID-19 levels in 2019

First companies for NextGen District in Port of Antwerp sign agreement

First companies for NextGen District in Port of Antwerp sign agreement

Triple Helix and Bolder Industries are first concessionaires

Unique collaboration adds momentum to the Antwerp North heat network

Unique collaboration adds momentum to the Antwerp North heat network

Port of Antwerp invests in digitalisation of radar infrastructure

Port of Antwerp invests in digitalisation of radar infrastructure

Collaboration with Securitas

Vessel Traffic Services (VTS) expands on the right bank

Vessel Traffic Services (VTS) expands on the right bank

Efficient and safe vessel guidance

Port of Antwerp, Port of Zeebrugge and Chile join forces to foster hydrogen production

Port of Antwerp, Port of Zeebrugge and Chile join forces to foster hydrogen production

The Belgian ports and Chile sign Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at COP26 in Glasgow and will intensively collaborate to make green hydrogen flows between the continents a reality.

The Port of Antwerp and the Port of Montreal pledge to create a green shipping corridor

The Port of Antwerp and the Port of Montreal pledge to create a green shipping corridor

Port of Antwerp seeks candidates for NextGen Demo

Port of Antwerp seeks candidates for NextGen Demo

Innovation hub for pioneers looking to test circular projects

Port of Antwerp continues to grow and consolidates strong position in reefer market

Port of Antwerp continues to grow and consolidates strong position in reefer market

Container traffic enjoys further growth

Port of Antwerp carries out unique trials of small, unmanned aircraft (‘fixed-wing drones’)

Port of Antwerp carries out unique trials of small, unmanned aircraft (‘fixed-wing drones’)

Extra Container Capacity Antwerp to receive European funding

Extra Container Capacity Antwerp to receive European funding

Recognition of the need for future-proof infrastructure

Port of Antwerp experiences growth in first half of year

Port of Antwerp experiences growth in first half of year

Throughput with UK rises despite Brexit

SPEED organizes TomorrowPorts, the event for smart port innovators

SPEED organizes TomorrowPorts, the event for smart port innovators

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About Port of Antwerp

As Europe's second-largest port, the Port of Antwerp is a major lifeline for the Belgian economy: more than 300 line services to over 800 destinations ensure global connectivity. The Port of Antwerp annually handles around 240 million tonnes of international maritime freight, and is home to Europe's largest integrated chemical cluster. The Port of Antwerp accounts, directly and indirectly, for a total of around 143.000 jobs and more than €20 billion added value.  

True to its mission 'a home port vital for a sustainable future’, Antwerp Port Authority aims to flexibly respond to a rapidly evolving maritime market, allowing the port to continue playing its role as a leading world port. The emphasis in this respect is on cooperation, adaptability, a strong focus on innovation and digitisation, and on sustainable added value, as well as on responsibility towards society. 

Antwerp Port Authority is a limited liability company of public law, with the City of Antwerp as sole shareholder. It employs over 1.600 people. Port alderman Annick De Ridder is chairman of the Board of Directors and Jacques Vandermeiren is CEO and President of the Executive Committee, which is responsible for the day-to-day management. www.portofantwerp.com  

The telephone number +32 492 15 41 39 is only for press inquiries. For other questions you can mail to communicatie@portofantwerp.com

Port of Antwerp
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