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News

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  • 12 March 2019

    Successful clean up nature reserve Galgeschoor

    On 9 March, 25 DP World colleagues and their families, together with more than 400 volunteers, cleaned up 6 tons of waste in the Galgeschoor nature reserve near the river Scheldt.

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  • 14 February 2019

    Investment plan: DP World Antwerp invests in a new energy-efficient building at the Deurganckdok

    DP World Antwerp is constructing a new operations (OPS) building at the Deurganckdok. The new building is part of a recently announced €200 million investment plan. The innovative infrastructure will be the beating heart of DP World Antwerp's port operations and will have facilities for dockers, management, the CEO and several administrative services under one roof.

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  • 08 February 2019

    Staff can cycle to work via DP World Antwerp

    Employees and dock workers on permanent contracts at DP World Antwerp can lease a bicycle from this year on. With the bicycle plan, the terminal operator hopes, on the one hand, to promote a healthy lifestyle and, on the other hand, to offer a solution to the congestion problem in the Waasland Port.

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  • 17 January 2019

    Biogas plant back in operation

    The biogas installation of Upgrade Bio-Energy on the DP World Antwerp site is back in operation and will produce 20 million kWh of green electricity annually.

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  • 26 November 2018

    DP World Antwerp plants trees with Natuurpunt and Out of Use

    On Sunday, November 25th, 15 employees of port company DP World Antwerp planted trees in Sint-Katelijne-Waver together with hundreds of volunteers during the tree planting campaign of Natuurpunt. The company collected 100 old mobile phones and smartphones for the purchase of trees and forest land.

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