New terminal NileDutch in Antwerp
2014: on the move! As a main hub and direct loading port in the WEWA service, the port of Antwerp plays an important role in the NileDutch regular liner service to West Africa.
Constantly seeking to improve its service level, NileDutch has decided to switch the loading berth in the port of Antwerp. From January 2014 our vessels will be operated at IMT berth 242 on the right bank and no longer at Katoen Natie berth 1227.
The first call at berth 242 (UCE) will be mv NILEDUTCH DURBAN (voy. 11039A) – ETS Antwerp 07 January 2014. Please inform your staff and subcontractors of the new pick up and redelivery locations. Your local NileDutch representatives can provide you with all further details you might need.
We would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank Katoen Natie for their valuable work and support for many years. We wish them all the best.
NileDutch has grown to be one of the top 25 largest container shipping companies in the world. We focus on the links between (West) Africa and the rest of the world, supporting companies as they discover the opportunities the African continent offers. NileDutch offers fixed weekly sailings from Antwerp to West Africa every Tuesday.
The full list of your NileDutch contacts can be found on this website.