During the first six months of 2021, 120 million tonnes were transhipped through the Port of Antwerp, an increase of 5% compared with the same period last year and status
At the end of last year, Port of Antwerp launched an appeal for the water-bound site of around 15 ha beside Churchill Dock South and expressly demanded ‘breakbulk’ activities. Meanwhile,
Liebherr has delivered the largest crane from its portfolio of mobile harbour cranes from Germany to Veemnatie’s new terminal in the Port of Antwerp.
Founded in 2018, the Veemnatie company merger
The Port of Antwerp has released its Q1 report for 2021. Total throughput remained stable at 59,1 million metric tonnes compared with the same period last year. All goods
The City of Antwerp and the City of Bruges have reached an agreement to merge their two ports together. The agreement marks the start of a unification process that is
The total throughput of Port of Antwerp in 2020 amounted to 231 million metric tonnes of cargo, a fall of 3.1% compared with the previous year. The Breakbulk segment suffered
AntwerpXL was created to bring the breakbulk community together. Its record-breaking first-edition has now been recognized and rewarded after winning ‘Best event launch’ at the AEO Excellence Awards, a ceremony
A giant autoclave, one of the largest in the gold mining industry, has been successfully transported from Antwerp, Belgium to Amursk, Russia.
The equipment is intended for the second autoclave line
The port of Drogheda in Ireland is announcing two new breakbulk shortsea services Europe as part of a solution for importers and exporters concerned with the impacts of Brexit.
Press Release: Port of Antwerp has announced it is investing heavily in general cargo and searching for a breakbulk candidate for their Churchill dock.
The Churchill Dock, located in the middle