North Sea Port
From the North Sea to the hinterland
North Sea Port is the 60-kilometre-long cross-border port area that stretches from Vlissingen on the North Sea coast in the Netherlands, some 32 kilometres inland to Ghent in Belgium. As a central hub in Europe, multimodality and a wide variety of types of goods are our chief concerns. We expand boundaries, create value and achieve a true impact on global trade. And there is still space for development and growth in port area.
A sustainable network of transport possibilities
As a multimodal port, North Sea Port distributes the goods that enter the port from all over the world via inland shipping, rail, pipelines and motorways to the European hinterland and beyond. The longest rail connection runs all the way to China. This connection to all those transport networks and the possibility of contracting the most suitable type of transport modality for each and every transport is a vital asset for businesses.
North Sea Port aims for sustainable economic activity with high added value. In this way, the port actively contributes to the prosperity in its region. Daan Schalck - CEO
North Sea Port actively assists its clients and stakeholders in finding solutions; in doing so, it creates opportunities for growth and development for everyone who is involved in the port and its shareholders. Jan Lagasse - CEO