Port of Antwerp

Autoredo and the Port of antwerp

Export vehicles to Africa

Our Vehicles processing centre located in the heart of the port of Antwerp, provides a large range of services, from vehicle preparation to accessory fitting, located just a stone throw away from the main shipping agents, combined with the fastest RORO and Container routes to West Africa, make it an ideal global supply solution platform.

With our headquarters in Brussels city centre, it is only a short drive away, we will be more than happy to take you see for yourself. A large stock of vehicles gives us substantial leverage to negotiate the purchase of tropicalized vehicles by hundreds at the most competitive price.

Being a major player in Europe in the automotive industry, brings us credibility among suppliers giving us access to their unlimited resources in terms of model’s variety and places us one step ahead of competition to offer the African customers a selection of the newest models available in the market Autoredo has developed a strong bond with major shipping lines guaranteeing a special and close attention to details treatment and the most competitive shipping rates. All these elements combined are the reason why Autoredo is able to offer the best price/quality/service package one can hope to find in the automotive industry.

The Port of Antwerp has a great number of maritime connections to ports all over the world. This is thanks to a number of excellent maritime and logistics strengths.  With more than 300 liner services to more than 800 locations worldwide, Antwerp is able to offer flexible and reliable maritime connections to ports all over the world. The port of Antwerp owes its strong offer of connections to a number of excellent maritime strengths for which shipping companies have been coming to the port for centuries. Antwerp is already the biggest port area in the world. Over the years, the area grew to exactly 12,068 hectares, or about 20,000 football fields.

Some Facts

Thanks to high productivity, its cost efficiency and reliable maritime services, Antwerp is the leading European port for shipping services to and from the Americas, Africa, the Middle East and the Indian subcontinent and is well on its way to strengthening its position on the Far East. No less than 150,000 people contribute to the success story of the Port of every day.

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Export vehicles, Export Africa, Export Toyota

Best-performing container terminals

In terms of container handling, Antwerp scores best of all ports in North-West Europe. Its modern infrastructure, facilities and equipment, semi-automated operations and highly trained personnel contribute to outstanding productivity of up to 40 crane movements per hour. It means waiting times of vessels in the port are a lot shorter. This is by far the highest productivity in Europe.

Every terminal at the port has a tri-modal access, providing fast and efficient barge, rail or road transport to and from the hinterland. Above all, the container terminals have the highest standards of security and control, 24/7/365. The world’s biggest container vessels can easily get to the port.


Ro-ro refers to ‘roll on / roll off’. This name explains how the cargo is discharged and loaded. Ro-ro is used for cars, busses, trucks, agricultural vehicles and cranes. To transport as many of these vehicles in one go, enormous ro-ro vessels have been built.

Some ro-ro vessels have enough room for more than 8,500 cars! For that way of shipping, the port of Antwerp is a logical choice offering many solutions in the global supply chains of rolling stock. It has vast ro/ro terminals where new and second-hand vehicles but also machines, heavy machinery, project cargo and other rolling stock are handled.

All terminals have trimodal access which means all cargos quickly and flexibly find their way to the end customer. Those terminals are often the global hub for transshipment to Africa.

Learn more about the port of Antwerp

With a wide variety of strengths, Antwerp plays a major role for centuries as a port in the world and will continue to do so in the future

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