New website for Port of Antwerp

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Europe’s second largest seaport has a brand new website: www.portofantwerp.com. Its contemporary and fresh design perfectly complement this user-friendly site. Users of all ages and backgrounds will intuitively find the information they are looking for in just a few mouse clicks.

www.portofantwerp.com offers its visitors an array of surfing possibilities.

Potential customers find information tailored to their needs in the Business and Connectivity sections . The conveniently arranged events calendar shows all commercial and socials events per month and day. The new feature ‘My Port of Antwerp’ gives an extra dimension to the site. It allows a faceted search depending on the type of port service you want to learn more about and filtered on your own profile: shipping company, terminal operator, investor, recreational visitor, student, etc. You can download magazines, brochures, cycling maps, etc. The port’s staff are kept up-to-date on the latest guidelines and regulations through the informational notes.

In short, whether you are working for the Port of Antwerp, looking for opportunities or just curious to learn more, this site caters to everyone’s needs. And this is just the beginning: this new site lays the groundwork for further developments in the short and longer terms.

Internet Architects delivered the site architecture, the designs and the templates. We were also responsible for the technical delivery.


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