PSA Antwerp’s story began in 2002, with the merger of two-well established port operators, Hessenatie and Noord Natie, each bringing together a wealth of experience and hundreds of years of port operating history. This single entity was subsequently brought under the umbrella of Singapore-based PSA International, one of the largest port groups in the world specialized in container handling.
 
The PSA Group participates in port projects across Asia, Europe and the Americas with flagship operations in PSA Singapore Terminals and PSA Antwerp. As the port operator of choice in the world's gateway hubs, PSA currently processes some 230,000 containers per day, which amounted to a total for 2019 of 85.2 million TEUs (twenty foot equivalent units). The terminal in Singapore accounts for almost half of this volume. The Belgian PSA Antwerp, PSA’s largest investment outside of Singapore, processed around 11 million TEUs in 2019. PSA Antwerp is referred to as the PSA group’s second flagship.
 
In Antwerp, PSA operates 3 container terminals: MPET at Deurganck dock (a joint venture between PSA Antwerp and TIL), Noordzee Terminal and Europa Terminal). Over 80% of all containers coming into Antwerp, pass through one of these terminals. In addition to container handling, PSA is also active in general cargo handling on the PSA Breakbulk Terminal.
 
PSA can draw upon a talented pool of experience and expertise of a workforce of approximately 3,000 employees in Antwerp to manage our complex operations. Thanks to their hard work and motivation, PSA Antwerp is playing a significant part in making the group’s slogan, ‘The World’s Port of Call’ a reality.
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Terminals

PSA operates 3 container terminals in the Port of Antwerp. All our terminals have tri-modal access and are equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure, facilities and equipment.

Services

Services

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.

Our approach

Experience

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.

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Latest News

15 March 2020 | Our number one priority today, is to protect our employees, customers and terminal users. Therefore, we have put into place all possible hygiene measures; our locations have been equipped with hand hygiene dispensers and detergents to clean machines, workstations and materials on a constant basis.  Additional cleaning teams have been implemented, who are on site to clean all keypads, touchscreens and finger scans for truck drivers, suppliers and other terminal users. 

3 December 2019 | Our family consists of 3,900 employees. All serious experts, who make sure thousands of containers reach their final destination in time. But many of them, are also actively engaged in welfare organisations, in their private lives. And as a company, we would like to lend them our support. That's why every year we set aside a part of our Corporate Social Responsibility budget to support social projects in which our own employees are actively involved.

25 November 2019 - The largest terminal operators in the port of Antwerp are joining forces for the environment again. On Sunday, November 24th, the kick off was given for a joint tree planting, during which 1,250m² of new urban forest was planted at ‘Edegemse Beekvallei’. The trees were planted in collaboration with ‘Natuurpunt’, but also the employees of PSA, MPET and DP World were given the opportunity to lend a helping hand, together with their families.