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Preview: De Vlaamse Waterweg and Port of Antwerp-Bruges maintain the water level in the docks and the Albert Canal with a temporary pump installation

De Vlaamse Waterweg and Port of Antwerp-Bruges maintain the water level in the docks and the Albert Canal with a temporary pump installation

Port of Antwerp-Bruges: slight growth in the first half of the year

Port of Antwerp-Bruges: slight growth in the first half of the year

Geopolitical and macroeconomic context heavily impact figures

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The Tall Ships Races 2022: wonder, spectacle and celebration

The Tall Ships Races 2022: wonder, spectacle and celebration

The Tall Ships Races for the seventh time in Antwerp from 22 to 25 July 2022

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Key energy transition hub: European port Antwerp-Bruges becomes foundation member of H2Global

Key energy transition hub: European port Antwerp-Bruges becomes foundation member of H2Global

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NextGen District takes shape with players in green hydrogen and circular water use

NextGen District takes shape with players in green hydrogen and circular water use

Hotspot for circular economy

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Antwerp is counting down to The Tall Ships Races and presents Antwerp Crew

Antwerp is counting down to The Tall Ships Races and presents Antwerp Crew

Sustainable, connecting and inclusive

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Port of Antwerp-Bruges & CMB.TECH prepare Hydrotug, the first hydrogen-powered tugboat

Port of Antwerp-Bruges & CMB.TECH prepare Hydrotug, the first hydrogen-powered tugboat

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Press conference: Official launch Port of Antwerp-Bruges

Press conference: Official launch Port of Antwerp-Bruges

Watch the full recording of the press conference

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Port of Antwerp-Bruges: merger of the ports of Antwerp and Zeebrugge creates Europe's largest export port

Port of Antwerp-Bruges: merger of the ports of Antwerp and Zeebrugge creates Europe's largest export port

Unified port takes lead in transition to sustainable future

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Port of Antwerp launches 'zero pellet loss' innovation challenge

Port of Antwerp launches 'zero pellet loss' innovation challenge

Looking for innovative solutions to ensure that no plastic pellets are lost while loading bulk consignments from silos

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Port of Antwerp's quarterly figures confirm importance of merger and extra container capacity

Port of Antwerp's quarterly figures confirm importance of merger and extra container capacity

Slight drop of 1.5% compared to 2021

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Port of Zeebrugge end era in style

Port of Zeebrugge end era in style

Positive final results for Port of Zeebrugge on the eve of merger

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Impact of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine on Port of Antwerp-Bruges

Impact of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine on Port of Antwerp-Bruges

Permanent monitoring with customers and the competent authorities

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About Port of Antwerp-Bruges

With an overall throughput of 289 million tonnes per year, Port of Antwerp-Bruges is a critical hub in worldwide trade and industry. The port is a crucial link for the handling of containers, breakbulk and for the throughput of vehicles. Port of Antwerp-Bruges is home to 1,400 companies and accommodates the largest integrated chemical cluster in Europe. The port provides, directly and indirectly, a total of around 164,000 jobs and generates an added value of 21 billion euros.
 
The ambition for Port of Antwerp-Bruges is clear - to become the world's first port that reconciles economy, people and climate. As well as growing in a sustainable way, the Port also aims to focus on its unique position as a logistics, maritime and industrial centre and to take the lead in the transition to a circular and low-carbon economy. Together with the port community, customers and other partners, Port of Antwerp-Bruges is actively seeking innovative solutions for a sustainable future. High on the agenda is its responsibility for the environment and the surrounding society. 

The port sites of Antwerp and Zeebrugge are operated by the Antwerp-Bruges Port Authority, a limited liability company of public law with the City of Antwerp and the City of Bruges as its shareholders. The port employs 1,800 people. Vice-Mayor of Antwerp Annick De Ridder is President of the Board of Directors, the Mayor of Bruges Dirk De fauw is the Vice-President. Jacques Vandermeiren is CEO and President of the Executive Committee, which is responsible for the port’s day-to-day management. 

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