Our partners

Regional partners

The issue of transport and logistics goes far beyond the institutional boundaries of the Region. Brussels' central position on the Antwerp-Brussels-Charleroi Canal makes it essential to work with the other two Regions to promote a modal shift towards water transport.

At another level, an enhanced cooperation agreement between the ports of Brussels and Antwerp was signed in 2010 in order to maximise container transport by water between the two ports, among other things.

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European partners

As part of ST4W, the Port of Brussels is testing and deploying IT tools in a pilot project. This project, with a budget of €3.8 million, is financed to the tune of €2.28 million by the EU.

ST4W offers a solution for managing river shipments, offering small players simpler and cheaper access to secure data, and allowing them to share a hierarchical service of real-time tracking and shipment location right down to the logistics unit level. Which pallet in which ship, in other words. 

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Other projects

The Region and the Port are working together to strengthen the role of the Port of Brussels as a node within the European TEN-T multimodal networks.

In fact, the Port played a leading role in the transnational cooperation project "Connecting Citizen Ports 21 (CCP21)", with the ports of Lille, Paris, Liège, Utrecht, the Port of Switzerland and Rheinports Basel-Mulhouse-Weil.

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International partners

The Port’s European and international integration is founded in particular on its active role within sectoral associations, such as the European Federation of Inland Ports (EFIP), the AIVP (International Association of Cities and Ports), the AIPCN (Association of Maritime and River infrastructure), etc., as well as more specific activities, such as participation in international events or cooperation agreements.

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