Port of Antwerp grows across most cargo segments in 2017

Major Belgian port Antwerp grew across virtually all freight types in this year's first three quarters – only one segment suffered a setback. Port Authority CEO believes in maintained growth going forward.

Port of Antwerp | Photo: Port of Antwerp/PR

Europe's third-largest port, Belgium's Port of Antwerp, can look back on nine months of stable growth in 2017.

The port handled increasing freight volumes in all segments except one, writes Port of Antwerp in a quarterly update.

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