The Port of Zeebrugge has multiple terminals and storage facilities, and an excellent reputation for the handling of general cargo. The Port of Zeebrugge is known as an LME (London Metal Exchange) recognised zone for steel & non-ferrous metals, a global hub for wood products, a specialist in perishable goods, and a flexible and versatile partner for project cargo. With 2.8 million new vehicles in 2016, it is the world leader for roll-on/roll-off cargo.
Its great depth as a coastal port means the Port of Zeebrugge can be accessed by any type of ship 24 hours a day. Destinations can be reached straight from the terminal by train, road or inland waterways. Its role as a transfer platform connects the Port of Zeebrugge to regions which weren’t previously directly accessible to shippers. From Russia to Portugal, Scotland to New Zealand, and Latin America to China, the Port of Zeebrugge will be happy to help you on your way.