The port is part of Belgium’s essential infrastructure, playing a crucial role in supplying Belgium and Europe. The Port of Antwerp Covid-19 Taskforce reconvened at the end of July and stressed that it remains essential to monitor the situation.
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The Port of Bronka has successfully loaded a reactor weighing more than 300 tons from a sea-going vessel onto an inland waterway vessel. The challenging cargo safely reached its final destination Tolyatti.
On 8th of July, Damen Shipyards Group was awarded a contract by the Port of Antwerp to deliver two RSD Tugs 2513 after an intensive tender process.
The debut of the HMM Algeciras in Europa and her mooring in the Port of Antwerp has a symbolic value, according to Jae-hoon Bae, president and CEO of HMM.
Port of Antwerp brought seven leading chemical and energy companies together at the end of 2019 to reduce CO2 emissions and take practical steps in the transition to a sustainable, low-carbon port.
Container handling in the port of Antwerp is a complex process involving many players. Releasing containers is a vulnerable and time-consuming process which carries the risk of misuse and mistakes.
Port of Antwerp is teaming up with six other partners to build a Power-to-Methanol demonstration plant, representing another significant step in the transition to alternative sources of energy.
Port of Antwerp is teaming up with the tech company Rombit to prevent corona infection on the workfloor.
The total freight volume handled by Port of Antwerp rose by 4.0% in the first quarter compared with the same period last year.