We see unlimited opportunities in the future state of a JCI European Conference. That is why we are hosting one in June 2022 – right in the middle of Bruges. Great minds think alike, so Port of Antwerp-Bruges became one of our new partners. Here is why.
The wedding: more than the sum of ports
On 28 April 2022 the ports of Antwerp and Zeebrugge merged and became Port of Antwerp-Bruges. The merged port has the explicit ambition of becoming the first world port to reconcile economy, people and climate. Port of Antwerp-Bruges wants to further strengthen its position in the international logistics chain, strive for leadership in the energy and digital transition and at the same time create sustainable added value for society at large.
Not only for the Antwerp and Zeebrugge area itself, but also for all possible stakeholders in the wider national and international region.
We don’t know what the future will bring. But we’ll rise to the challenge. It’s why we decided to join forces: as Port of Antwerp-Bruges we can do more. Think bigger. Innovate faster. Together, we become greater than the sum of our partsPort of Antwerp-Bruges
When two ports share the same vision, it broadens their horizons
Joining our two ports isn’t just about growth. It’s about looking ahead and reaching further. By combining our willpower and brainpower, we create new connections – between people, maritime services, logistics and the industry. It’s how new ideas come into focus and innovations see the light. And it’s how we can make our vision to become Europe’s most sustainable port a reality.
So why did they become a partner?
Port of Antwerp-Bruges and JCI EC Bruges 2022 share some innovating ideas. Also, they have a focus on sustainability and they carry the name ‘Bruges’ with pride. Do we need to say more?
Due to the fact the merging is ready for the world to see, they are very eager on spreading the news. Thanks to the international network of JCI, they have a lot of pro’s to get on board with us.
Do you want to learn more about Port of Antwerp-Bruges?
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