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    • 25’ 20’ 15’ 10’ 5’ 0’ Port of Antwerp Connectivity Platform brings goods quickly and smoothly to and from European hinterland Looking for an easy way for you as a shipper or forwarder to find out how to get your container cargo quickly, cost-efficiently and sustainably to the European hinterland via the port of Antwerp? Then go to the new Port of Antwerp Connectivity Platform. This user-friendly website offers clear information about the intermodal transport possibilities, all centralised in one place. 5’ 10’ 15’ ‘’ 20’ Together, the port of Antwerp and the container hubs in the hinterland make road transport more profitable while lowering CO2 emissions. Bertwin Zonneveld, CCO Belgium and the Netherlands BCTN-GROEP
    • Port of Antwerp Connectivity Platform brings goods quickly and smoothly to and from European hinterland E ver larger ships from all over the world are finding their way across the oceans and up the Scheldt to Antwerp. In 2012 the Antwerp container volume amounted to 8,635,169 TEU. The port has two important advantages when it comes to receiving these goods and carrying them to the European market. The first of these is Antwerp’s excellent geographical location in the heart of Europe, enabling seagoing ships to get very close to the European customer. A good 60% of European purchasing power lies within a radius of 500 km around Antwerp. But at least as important is the highly developed and diversified range of intermodal transport available, including road, barge, rail and pipeline. These regular hinterland connections bring the freight quickly and efficiently to the main European centres of production and consumption. The port helps you save time To keep its customers better informed about the various transport possibilities and how to get goods quicker and easier to their European destination, the port of Antwerp has developed a new website. This Port of Antwerp Connectivity Platform tells you all about the pos- sibilities available within the port. The interactive map enables you to search for specific container terminals on the basis of various criteria. For each terminal you will not only find the contact details and the exact location in the port but also the particular services it offers. The Connectivity Platform’s hinterland tool describes the intermodal connections to and from the European hinterland. But what makes the website unique is the transparent overview of the inland terminals in the European hinterland, with details of how they can be most easily reached, by which operator. So in a minimum of time you can find the best way to get the goods to the right destination, even down the level of individual towns. “Together, the port of Antwerp and the container hubs in the hinterland make inland transport more profitable while lowering CO2 emissions” says Bertwin Zonneveld of the BCTN group, explaining his decision to become a member of the Port of Antwerp Connectivity Platform as an entry to the hinterland. a unique and clear overview of the European hinterland. So far some 185 container terminals in 15 European countries have joined the platform. But the port of Antwerp has much greater ambitions, with plans to offer connections to and from 300 or so European inland terminals. USEFUL WEBLINKS • www.portofantwerp.com/en/connectivity • E connectivityplatform@portofantwerp.com • www.portofantwerp.com/en/figures2012 MODAL SHIFT: MORE INTERMODAL TRANSPORT BY BARGE AND RAIL BY 2030 Objective 2013 2030 Road 56% 43% Barge 35% 42% 9% 15% Rail From 185 to 300 inland terminals With this handy online route planner the port of Antwerp offers Contact Antwerp Port Authority T  +32 (0)3 205 20 11 E  marketing@portofantwerp.com Entrepotkaai 1, 2000 Antwerp Responsible editor: Port of Antwerp — Images: © Port of Antwerp, Tomas Vanhautte — October 2013 — 800301 Challenge us at customerservice@portofantwerp.com Follow us at www.portofantwerp.com/everythingispossible #eisp13 #portofantwerp
    • Antwerp as a multimodal port Modal split Whatever the product there is a fast and efficient solution for transport between the port of Antwerp and the European hinterland. There are various transport possibilities including shortsea, barge, rail, road transport and pipeline — all of which can moreover be combined. 184 million TONNES MARITIME CARGO 47 % 37 % Road transport Barge transport 11 % 5 % Rail transport Pipelines 8.7 million TEU CONTAINER TRANSPORT 56 % Road transport 35 % 9 % Barge transport Rail transport 106 million TONNES INDUSTRIAL GOODS TRANSPORT 56 % Pipelines 36 % Barge transport Contact Antwerp Port Authority T  +32 (0)3 205 20 11 E  marketing@portofantwerp.com Entrepotkaai 1, 2000 Antwerp Responsible editor: Port of Antwerp — Images: © Port of Antwerp, Tomas Vanhautte — October 2013 — 800301 6 % Road transport 2 % Rail transport Challenge us at customerservice@portofantwerp.com Follow us at www.portofantwerp.com/everythingispossible #eisp13 #portofantwerp