World leader in roll-on/roll-off traffic
Many of these RORO vessels also have the ability to transport containers and are then referred to as CONRO vessels.
Port of Antwerp-Bruges has extensive terminals for rolling stock. Every day, these RORO terminals connect the port to various ports in Africa, Ireland, the United Kingdom, Scandinavia and Southern Europe. Recently, Port of Antwerp-Bruges strengthened its historic cooperation agreement with the port of Nagoya in Japan. The country is a leading player in the automotive sector.
With a throughput of nearly 7 million tons by 2020, Port of Antwerp-Bruges is the world leader in the import and export of RORO cargo.