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Published on Thu 22 Jul 2021
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North Sea Port has launched its strategic plan 'Connect 2025' 

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About North Sea Port
North Sea Port is the 60-kilometre-long cross-border port area stretching from Vlissingen in the Netherlands on the North Sea, through Terneuzen to Ghent, 32 kilometres inland in Belgium. As a centrally located hub in Western Europe, the port stands for multimodal transport (seagoing and inland navigation, rail, truck and pipeline) and a multitude of cargo types.
At 12.5 billion euros, North Sea Port is the number three European port for added value. In terms of cargo throughput it is Europe’s ninth largest port, handling 61.5 million tonnes annually. The port area is home to 525 companies and creates direct and indirect employment for 100,000 people.