Antwerp is a crossroads of global supply chains. To transport your goods in a timely, cost-efficient and flexibel way, it offers a wide range of integrated maritime and logistics solutions. About the port Goods get quickly and safely from Antwerp to the next destination. Thanks to the efficient co-operation between private enterprises, the Port Authority, the involved organisations and authorities.
The port, of and for people. More than 150,000 people work in the port but there is also a lot going on in and around the port. Just think of the museums, bicycle routes, tours and countless events. The Port of Antwerp reconciles economic, social and ecological interests wherever possible. The guiding corporate social responsibility principle is People, Planet and Prosperity.
Its location in the heart of Europe, its multimodal access and maritime accessibility make Antwerp a world port that seamlessly connects foreland and hinterland. The Port of Antwerp offers a wide range of services and information. With a few mouse clicks you can quickly and easily find the required information.
The 1,650 employees of the Antwerp Port Authority ensure the efficient and safe day-to-day operation of the port. In view of their wide-ranging responsibilities the jobs of all these colleagues varies strongly: from lockkeeper to accounting, from quay supervisor to promotional employee and from tug boat captain to crane operator. Together they work on a sustainable future of the Port of Antwerp. About the Antwerp Port Authority The 1,650 employees of the Port Authority play an important role in the day-to-day operation of the port. They work to ensure a sustainable future for Antwerp as an international seaport. Mission With its 2014 – 2018 Business plan, the Antwerp Port Authority defines the necessary initiatives that can contribute to strengthening the Port of Antwerp's competitiveness.