New lock for Terneuzen


Flemish minister Ben Weyts (Mobility and Public Works) and Dutch minister Melanie Schultz van Haegen (Infrastructure and Environmental Affai...

Ghent lays a stake on its future


The port of Ghent is well into its ambitious €136 mill Kluizendok project. Ghent Port Co (GPC) is responsible for 40 percent of the financ...

A tale of two sealocks


Amsterdam and Ghent need new locks to be built sooner rather than later if their competitive position is not to be adversely affected....

King coal still reigns supreme


As German coal production continues to decline due to an ongoing mine closure programme, new handling facilities and value-added services ar...

Salt for Ghent


The Port of Ghent in Belgium handled its biggest ever cargo of sea salt when the 181m LOA, 28,638 dwt Evangelos called in November at the No...

The survival of the fittest


Growing competition between Benelux bulk terminal operators and stevedores means that only the strongest will survive. Whilst many are eithe...