How to mitigate your supply chain risks post-Brexit?
Each year over 16 million tons of cargo are handled between the Port of Antwerp and the UK & Ireland, making the latter our second largest maritime trade partner. After Brexit, it is our intention to continue to be a preferred European gateway & distribution hub for your products.
To demonstrate our continued commitment the Belgian Ambassador in Ireland H.E. Mr. Pierre-Emmanuel De Bauw, the Antwerp Port Authority and Flanders Investment & Trade would like to invite you for the Port of Antwerp Trade & Logistics event in Dublin on the 28th of May or in Cork on the 29th of May.
During this interactive event you will learn more about Port of Antwerp’s solutions and preparedness for Brexit in line with your (future) supply chain needs: capacity, connectivity, storage, VAL & distribution facilities for your cargo types, trade facilitation by Customs & Phytosanitary services, and much more.
We very much look forward to welcoming you in at the Residence of the Belgian Ambassador in Dublin (28 May) or at the Port of Cork in Cork (29 May).
Information and programme can be found through the following link, where people can also register -> Port of Antwerp – Trade & Logistics Road Show Ireland (28-29 May)