The PORTOPIA project, which started in 2013, aimed at the development of key performance data for European ports and the accompanying ICT tools facilitating data collection and analysis,
Launched by Antwerp Port Authority in 2014, the Port Information Network (PIN) for greater security is the largest network of this type and the first in Belgian seaports.
The CLINSH project aims to reduce the impact of inland navigation on air quality (PM and NOx) in urban areas in Northwest Europe by greening the existing fleet.
The training centre strives to be a global go-to training centre for port professionals. It offers short-term seminars covering topics from port and terminal management to very specific and technical subjects.
In September 2016, Antwerp hosted the CIVITAS PORTIS kick-off meeting. The project involves 33 partners from five port cities working together on sustainable mobility in terms of commuter’s and private traffic as well as transport and logistics.