Our Antwerp terminal is located on the Schelde River in the fourth harbor dock in Antwerp, Belgium in the heart of the world’s second largest chemical cluster. The Port of Antwerp itself boasts the largest integrated cluster for storage, production and distribution of chemical and petrochemical products in Europe. No other seaport is as centrally located in Europe as Antwerp making our terminal literally the gateway to Europe and an essential link in the global supply chain. LBC Antwerp has nine mooring points available on a quay of 568m with a maximum draft of 11.1m. We can berth two sea going vessels and two barges at the same time. Activities like board/board, nitrogen supply and wastewater treatment complete the package and allow for optimal jetty use. The terminal can be used for the storage of most chemical products, although the majority of the existing capacity is used for high flash products (primarily base oils). The terminal can handle all modes of transportation, including vessel, rail, barge and road. We offer drumming, warehouse, wastewater treatment, blending and product treatment services. In a positive and friendly atmosphere, we make maximum use of our flexible attitude to meet our customers’ every need and find the most ideal solution in the most responsible and safest way possible.
Facts & figures
- Liquid storage capacity: 275,000m³
- 170 tanks from 187 to 6,100m³
- Draft 11.1m
- On-site surveyor as part of our permanent staff
- ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 and ISPS certified
- AEO certified
- CDI-T registered
- Warehouse storage 14,000m³
- Fully automated drumming facility with two (2) drum filling lines and one (1) IBC filling line
- Fully automated warehouse by using Automated Guided Vehicles (AGV’s)
“Operating safely without causing harm to any of our staff or contractors, or in fact anyone who enters our premises, is the starting point in everything that we do.”
Erik Kleine - General Manager Europe
I am personally convinced that we can avoid all incidents and ensure that everyone working with LBC returns home after work at least as healthy as they arrived. Like everyone else at LBC, I am responsible for ensuring my own safety and addressing any unsafe situation coming to my attention. This is a responsibility that cannot be delegated. We can never let go or even be satisfied when it comes to operating safely.