The Port of Zeebrugge offers direct access to the European market, linking the port with the main consumption centra.
Located directly at the open sea, the Port of Zeebrugge deep sea container terminal, CSP Zeebrugge Terminal, is located very close to the main shipping routes in North Western Europe.
Part of an exclusive group, the port of Zeebrugge is one of the ports that offer sufficient water depth at all times for the latest generation mega container carriers.
The Zeebrugge facility benefits from no marine and land based congestion, which improves the service quality.
It is a coastal port with excellent hub capabilities to the UK, Ireland, Scandinavia and the Baltic region.
Monday - Friday 06:00 - 22:00 hrs
24/24 - 7/7
Monday - Friday 08:30 - 17:00
3 berths - 1.200 meters in total
3 in-gates, 2 out-gates
3 of 780 meters each
48 ha, expansion possible up to 84 ha
Mafi's (max 120T), Tugmasters, ...
20T, 12T, 5T, 3T
The Port of Zeebrugge deep-sea container terminal has its own rail infrastructure to load & discharge trains coming and going from the hinterland.
Daily departures towards European hubs are offered out of the Port of Zeebrugge which is part of the TEN-T network and a crossroad for the U.K. - Italy corridor.
With the new A11 motorway, the Port of Zeebrugge is directly linked to the European highway network.
All major North-West European consumption areas are within close driving distance and non-congested roads lead in and out of the port area.
This means less waiting time at the terminal gates and high frequency shunting for trucking companies.
From the Port of Zeebrugge the river and canal system is easily accessible by both estuary and inland waterway transportation.
Barge operators offer frequent and reliable services to the inland terminals in the Benelux, France and Germany as well as to the neighbouring ports such as Antwerp & Rotterdam.