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First chainPORT hackathon

The port of tomorrow is a smart port with a leading role for innovation and digitization. The chainPORT hackathon was held from 11 to...

Port of Antwerp shows strong numbers

Transhipment continues to register growth in the Port of Antwerp. After record semi-annual figures, the total transhipment after nine months stands at 177,026,550 tonnes...

Mega-investment in port of Antwerp

The Austrian petrochemical company Borealis has announced that it is to build a new production plant on its existing site in Kallo, in the...

New crane will enhance Antwerp port

Konecranes has won another order from Goeyvaerts-R bvba (Goeyvaerts), a rental crane expert. The order was placed in the third quarter of 2018 and...

Increased flows create new potentials

Traffic flows between the Belgian port of Antwerp and the hinterland market in Hungary and Austria are increasing continuously. In order to meet the...

The port of the future at Supernova

The port of the future is a smart port. During Supernova, the festival of the future being held in the Eilandje docklands neighbourhood from...

Containership chaos at the port of Antwerp

Some 30 containerships are without a berth in the Antwerp region, following a 24-hour walkout by the Flemish Pilotage Service union. The strike commenced at...

Port of Antwerp working to improve mobility

One year ago Antwerp Port Authority announced its determination, together with the stakeholders involved, to improve mobility in and around the port. One year...

Port of Antwerp ready for Brexit

The UK is the third-largest maritime trading partner for the port of Antwerp. In order to be fully prepared for Brexit the Port Authority...

Innovative technologies at the Antwerp port

During the last four days of September the "Eilandje" docklands district of Antwerp will be entirely devoted to innovative technologies. The Port Authority is...
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