The Port of Antwerp has made major changes to the appearance and content of its web site at www.portofantwerp.be, according to schednet.com shipping news.
The changes are part of a regular overhaul of the site, which was first launched in 1995.Antwerp was one of the first ports in cyberspace.
The new web site offers more detailed information about the Port of Antwerp and serves as a portal to all kinds of online information about maritime transport and related subjects. All the promotional literature published by the Antwerp Port Federation (AGHA), the private sector umbrella organisation, and the Antwerp Port Authority, can from now on be viewed and downloaded in PDF format.
An online version of basic information about the port, offering an extensive overview of the various specialist installations and links-related information, is available in the Port Handbook. Transport Services contains information supplied by De Lloyd, Antwerp’s shipping journal, about sailings from Antwerp, short sea links, and rail and barge services.
Other items offer information about training for shipping and transport, regulations and port customs, and an agenda of forthcoming events in the transport world.
The Port of Antwerp’s web site will be further developed in the future. One of the first steps will be to create a database of all the job vacancies in the port. Another development will be a special section aimed at companies in investing in industrial and logistics activities in the port.
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