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Yusen Logistics expands facilities in Antwerp

Pharmaceuticals logistics specialist Yusen Logistics is starting construction of a new, semi-automated warehouse with 13,000 pallet places at its site on the Left bank...

Port of Antwerp needs extra container capacity

As the container volume handled by Port of Antwerp is growing year after year and now represents a large share of the total freight...

Antwerp selects Hakka’s empty trips solution

Hakka, a digital platform reduces empty trips by trucks, responded to a Request for Proposals by Port of Antwerp in 2018, and in 2019 alone...

Port of Antwerp emphasises importance of West Africa with intensive collaboration

The amount of freight carried annually between West Africa and the port of Antwerp is nearly 17 million tonnes. Port of Antwerp therefore collaborates...

Agreement for the transport of hydrogen: Leading players join forces

The climate target to reduce CO2 emissions in Belgium by 80% by 2050 compared to 2005 levels is a major challenge. Hydrogen has an...

CMB wins Sustainability Award

The second Sustainability Award presented by the port of Antwerp has gone to the shipping group Compagnie Maritime Belge (CMB). With this award the...

Meet APICA, the digital brain

Port of Antwerp is working on a digital representation of the port area. The Antwerp Port Information & Control Assistant (APICA) forms the brain...

EU finds no aid given to container terminals by Antwerp port (Reuters)

The European Commission said on Friday (Nov. 23) it had concluded that deals struck between the state-owned Port of Antwerp and two container terminals...

Port of Antwerp aiming at developing countries

On Wednesday 14 November, a collaboration agreement was signed in the port of Antwerp between on the one hand Antwerp Port Authority and its...

Keeping drones safe, secure and green

EU Transport Commissioner Violeta Bulc launched the European network for drone demonstration projects. The network will become a forum to share knowledge on how...
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