International transport and logistics provider Euroports has recently launched its biggest single investment for the expansion of its Antwerp, Belgium based sugar terminal.
Euroports has a long standing record of serving the EU sugar industry through its sugar terminal ‘Manufert’ in Antwerp, Belgium.
This initiative will allow Euroports’ customers to respond actively to the specific challenges that the EU sugar market is expecting from the upcoming EU Sugar Reform by 2017.
Rik Standaert, Industry Director at Euroports, said: “Euroports is committed to further enhance its role of reliable service provider the EU sugar producers and their customers. Antwerp is very well located to deliver structural solutions to the issues that the fundamental industry reform brings to the European sugar sector.”
The objectives of the investment program are to expand the terminal capacities and capabilities for sugar handling and storage and to increase the safety and quality features of the dedicated sugar terminal which is one of Euroports priorities.
The investment program will be completed by September 2016.