Antwerp Euroterminal (AET) is expanding its RoRo capacity by 25%. With the construction of a six-storey car park, the multipurpose terminal is creating some 148,000 m² of additional capacity on just 24,000 m², in a sustainable way. The building will soon be officially inaugurated.

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Largest car park in Belgium

AET offers a range of activities, including car handling and this requires a lot of manpower and space. With the construction of a new car park, enough for the storage of about 9,000 cars, the terminal will have the largest indoor car park in Belgium. The lowest floor of the building provides parking for taller vehicles and has additional space for added-value activities. A solar panel farm will be installed on the roof of the car park to generate 3.8 megawatts of green power for charging electric cars, among other things.

AET is the sum of many parts. With volume increases in all of our segments, we need to innovate and anticipate in order to remain competitive.

Yves De LarivièreManaging Director Antwerp Euroterminal

Sustainability in mind

AET is committed to sustainable and innovative progress. Building in height increases terminal capacity without additional paving, and this is favourable for groundwater management. In addition, the multi-purpose terminal has opted for an off-grid car wash that uses 100% rainwater, along with water treatment and reuse. AET, along with the automotive market, is also increasingly switching to alternative fuels and green power. In addition to solar panels and wind power, the company is investing in charging points. For maritime transport, the Antwerp Port Authority has plans for onshore power. Their green ambitions are in keeping with the European Green Deal to make Europe the world's first climate-neutral continent by 2050.

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