Projects

Focus on sustainability

Sustainability

The Port of Antwerp wants to play a pioneering role in sustainability. MLSO, the Antwerp Port Authority, and Alfaport Voka, together with the entire port community, are all committed to this goal....

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Havenland – absolutely astonishing

Communications

Havenland: this is the Antwerp port area with its surrounding municipalities on the left and right banks of the Scheldt river. Havenland wants to expand its educative and recreational services to...

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Additional container handling capacity for the port

Mobility Economics

The Port of Antwerp is the second largest port in Europe with respect to the handling of containers. And, the number of containers continues to grow each year. An additional handling capacity of 7.1...

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Ecluse

Environment Economics Energy Sustainability

The ECLUSE steam network has been operational in the port on the left bank of the Scheldt since March 2019. It is the very first large-scale industrial steam network in the Port of Antwerp....

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Left bank: hunting area for bats

Environment

In addition to the extensive port and industrial area, there are also special nature reserves in the left bank of the Scheldt focused on natural habitats (places where plants and animals belong...

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Green Deal: more innovative, future-oriented company sites with an eye on a natural layout

Environment

Companies and organisations paying attention to biodiversity can provide many advantages. It is not just good for the environment, it is also good for your staff, customers, and, well, why not?...

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Pendelbus (Shuttle bus): the collective transport for Port of Antwerp employees

Mobility Environment

Tired of the daily traffic jams in and around the port? Then it’s time to test an alternative form of transport in and around the Port of Antwerp.In 2009, the Shuttle Bus (Pendelbus) was started on...

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Wind aan de Stroom

Environment Economics Sustainability

Wind aan de Stroom is an initiative of MLSO and the Antwerp Port Authority. The first steps were taken in 2007. The target is to install 50 wind turbines by 2025. Currently, there are 21 wind turbines...

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