Port of Antwerp continues to attract investment

MOL Chemical Tankers is teaming up with SEA-Invest to invest in construction of a tank terminal for liquid chemicals in the Delwaide dock. In the meantime Antwerp Railhouse is building trimodal warehouses for breakbulk in the Churchill dock, while the Port Authority continues to seek a suitable investor for the Churchill site. The Japanese group Mol Chemical Tankers, a member of the Japanese Mitsui OSK Lines, is partnering with the SEA-Invest ... [+]

Best quarter ever for Port of Antwerp

The Port of Antwerp experienced an excellent first quarter with a freight volume of 58,328,678 tonnes, an increase of 7.1% on the same period last year. The total volume is a result of all freight categories with the exception of conventional breakbulk. The main driver, however, is once again container ... [+]

Port of Antwerp intensifies cooperation with coast of West Africa

Antwerp and Dakar port authorities ( ( are to collaborate more closely in the next few years. In this way Antwerp, the second-largest port in Europe, seeks to reinforce its historic position as leader on the coast of West Africa. The Senegalese port of Dakar for its part views the ... [+]

Port of Antwerp Renews Descartes Electronic Communications Relationship

Descartes Systems Group, the global leader in uniting logistics-intensive businesses in commerce, announced that the Port of Antwerp has renewed its use of the Descartes Global Network™ (Descartes GLN™) for business-to-business electronic communication services to help accelerate the movement of goods across borders. The solution supports the exchange of electronic ... [+]

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