2017 freight volume at Port of Antwerp was up 4.4% on 2016, setting a fifth consecutive growth record.
The consultancy and investment subsidiary of Antwerp Port Authority has been appointed by Ministers from Benin in West Africa to temporarily take control and modernise the port of Cotonou.
The Port of Antwerp has become the first port in Europe to join Operation Clean Sweep, an international programme aiming to prevent plastic litter materials from getting into the marine environment.
The Port of Antwerp, through its subsidiary Port of Antwerp International (PAI), is set to invest $10m in the Port of Açu in the state of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil.
Belgium-based logistics and supply chain company T-Mining is undertaking a pilot project to make container handling in the Port of Antwerp more efficient and secure.
Southern European ports handled more container volume from 2007-16 than any other region.
Port of Antwerp has signed a collaboration agreement with the port of Caofeidian which forms part of the Chinese “One Belt One Road” project.
Kalmar's electric straddle carriers are helping to support capacity expansion at the MSC PSA European Terminal (MPET) at the Port of Antwerp, with nine more being put on order.
The Port of Antwerp has ended 2016 with an expected record volume of more than 214m tonnes of freight handled.
The SEA-Invest group is set to construct a new tanker terminal in the Delwaide dock at the Port of Antwerp as part of an investment of €250m.
The Port of Antwerp will invest in West Africa for the first time in order to create an expanding logistics platform at the Port of San Pedro and build on its leading market position for the region.
Antwerp Port Authority signed a collaborative agreement with Shahid Rajaee Port Authority, which controls the Port of Bandar Abbas in Iran, to develop trade between the two regions.
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Ports in Belgium insist ‘operations are still going on’ following the devastating terrorist attacks in Brussels which have so far claimed the lives of 34 people and injured hundreds more. ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attacks.
Three major European ports, Hamburg, Antwerp and Rotterdam, have said they are satisfied with the European Parliament’s ‘sulphur emissions’ resolution, which goes beyond the IMO regulations.
In preparation for the imminent arrival of LNG-fuelled ships, a working group has been set up within the World Ports Climate Initiative to consider the standardisation of the safety aspects of LNG bunkering operations at worldwide ports.
Essar Ports has announced the creation of a strategic alliance with the Port of Antwerp (PAI) to promote future development and the growth of port traffic between the two ports.
DP World intends to sell the 60% stake it holds in DP World Breakbulk, the company that operates a bulk terminal in the port of Antwerp.
Jan Van der Borght, who represents the Port of Antwerp in China, has been presented with the Silver Magnolia Award – the first Belgian to receive the award since 2009.
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