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Challenge / Goal

The port aims to be a climate neutral port by 2050 and to reduce its environmental impact. The port also wants to improve its operational efficiency and safety by using modern and versatile tugs that can handle different types of vessels and situations.


The port has purchased three new RSD tugs from Multraship NV and Damen Shipyards Group, which are more energy-efficient than conventional tugs thanks to their specific design and nitrogen oxide filter. The port also collaborates with partners such as Optiport and Cognauship to optimise the planning and consumption of its tugs. The port has ordered a hydrogen-powered tug from CMB, which will use combustion engines that burn hydrogen in combination with diesel, making it the lowest-rated for emissions on the market.


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Time period

Planning time
2 to 5 years


Port of Antwerp, Multraship NV, Damen Shipyards Group, Compagnie Maritime Belge (CMB)

Service providers

Port of Antwerp, Multraship NV, Damen Shipyards Group, Compagnie Maritime Belge (CMB)

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