The ports of Antwerp and Zeebrugge will from now on continue their growth trajectory under one name: Port of Antwerp-Bruges. At the extraordinary general meeting of 22 April 2022, the two cities signed the shareholders’ agreement of the unified port company. Today, Port of Antwerp-Bruges is sharing the concrete manifestation of its ambition – to become a world port that reconciles economy, people and climate – with the rest of the world.
Below you can find the full recording of the press conference of 28 April 2022 with Vice-Mayor of the City of Antwerp and President of the board of directors of Port of Antwerp-Bruges Annick De Ridder, Mayor of the City of Bruges and Vice-President Dirk De fauw en CEO Jacques Vandermeiren:
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