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New truck park in Antwerp in spring 2022

The Port of Antwerp has announced that the construction works of a new truck parking lot for the port area on the left bank of Scheldt will start on 19 April.

The major Belgian port will invest US$7 million on the new Parking Ketenis, which will have 280 parking places with all the necessary facilities for truckers with the capability to expand with space for another 90 lorries.

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