Various terminals and companies specialising in bulk goods are situated in the inner port, along the Boudewijn canal, and in the Port of Bruges. From sand and minerals to coal and scrap. The dry bulk terminals offer a wide array of storage and transfer facilities
As well as typical bulk goods, companies in the Port of Zeebrugge also specialise in the processing of bulk goods for the circular economy. Waste wood is supplied by ships, and processed in the port into various materials such as chipboard, wood chip, absorption materials or as an energy source suitable for the production of energy.
The Port of Zeebrugge is a growing agricultural bulk port. Zeebrugge has extensive storage and transfer facilities for agricultural products such as rice, grains, soya beans and oleaginous seeds. The specialist terminals provide a wide range value-added services such as dehulling, cleaning and/or fumigating raw materials, toasting and extrusion of soya products, linseed products and grains, the filling of big bags, etc.
The easy accessibility of the sea port and its proximity to leading animal feed producers in and around the port area are creating an expanding cluster in this sector.