Port of Antwerp-Bruges has a wide range of trumps to make your investments profitable. The proximity of customers and suppliers, the high productivity and excellent service make the port the beating heart of Europe.
Add to that available port space with a sustainable infrastructure and you get the perfect destination for investments. If you are already a concessionaire, you can count on tailored advice and guidance. A team of Key Account Managers is on hand to guarantee and optimise your business continuity.
Why invest in Port of Antwerp-Bruges?
Investments in the port of Antwerp lead to a strategic presence in the European hub of international logistics chains. The port offers optimal connections to all corners of Europe via rail, road, inland navigation and pipelines, ensuring maximum and flexible access to the hinterland.
Companies active in transport, throughput, storage, distribution and other services with a high added value continuously invest in the training of their workforce and in state-of-the-art handling techniques. This translates into an extremely high-quality service and the highest productivity in the Hamburg-Le Havre range.
You can call on Investdesk for tailored support for your investment project. Together, will we look for solutions for realising the potential of your project.
We have an extensive network, so you can get first-hand information about taxation, subsidies and so much more.
Investment opportunities in Antwerp and Zeebrugge
Are you looking for a suitable site in the port area? Here you can find an overview of available investment opportunities.
For NextGen District, a strategically located zone within the port, we are looking for innovative, industrial activities that fit within the circular economy and energy transition. From linear to circular. From factories to networks. From using to reusing.
Co-siting and exchanging product streams
Various chemical companies are open to exchanging certain raw materials or by-product streams. The customers or partner companies then set up at the same site. For example, BASF Antwerp shares its site with partners including PVC producer Inovyn and Evides industrial water. While Ineos Oxide shares its site with chemical companies including Kuraray, Nippon Shokubai, Momentive and Arkema.
The by-product stream of one company often serves as a raw material for another. For example, Indaver and SLECO supply steam from their waste-to-energy plant on the Left Bank to companies in the port.
Are you interested in co-siting yourself, or do you have a brilliant idea for upgrading by-products into raw materials for another company? Then contact one of our Key Account Managers Industry or Liquid Bulk. They know the players in the port area and would be delighted to look at the different possibilities with you.
In your search for a site or building at the port, you can also contact several real estate companies that offer buildings to rent or buy, both within and outside the port area.
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Applications for environmental permits and reports in the port area on the Right Bank are processed on behalf of the administration of the City of Antwerp at the Port Licensing Desk. Companies and individuals with questions in this regard can contact the desk for information.
telephone: +32 3 229 64 75
Concession rates and periods
Rates and periods are determined on the basis of transparent criteria in order to guarantee that the concessionaire, and therefore their activities, traffic and employment at the port, is sustainably established.