PSA operates 3 container terminals and 1 multipurpose terminal in the Port of Antwerp. All our terminals have tri-modal access and are equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure, facilities and equipment.
PSA (PSA Antwerp and MPET) is the largest container handler in the Port of Antwerp, capable of handling the world's largest vessels with a proven track record of high productivity. Additionally, containers can be stuffed and stripped by specialized personnel at all our terminals. PSA Antwerp and its hinterland partners also offer an extensive network of hinterland connections.
PSA Antwerp is part of PSA International, one of the largest port groups in the world with headquarters in Singapore. With over two centuries of port management experience, PSA's proven track record is a hallmark of exellence. As the port operator of choice in the world's gateway hubs, PSA is renowed for best-in-class services and successful partnerships.
28 September 2017 | September… the end of the holidays, the start of the new school year. And also for us, it has been a very succesful and productive month! Thanks to the many volunteer actions, our employees were able to collect a nice amount of money for charity. With the collected funds, laptops and bicylces were purchased to donate to OCMW Youth Work.
21 September 2017 | On 20 September, our employees made their hands dirty for charity, once again. This time, our Finance department refurbished and redecorated a crisis home for OCMW Antwerpen. Crisis houses are temporary homes for people in precarious circumstances who are unable to stay in their own house for any reason.
6 September 2017 | Riding a bicycle; it may seem obvious, but it certainly isn't for everybody. Because also in Antwerp, many families can't afford bicycles, which means that many children don't have the opportunity to learn how to ride a bicycle. This is where the project 'A'pen op Wieltjes' makes a difference. They offer a solution for anyone interested in a children's bicycle. On 5 September 2017, PSA, MPET and ATS employees marched to A'pen op Wieltjes and handed out bicycle packages to all children present at the time.