Member Ports

North Sea Port

The cross-border port known as North Sea Port was founded on 1 January 2018 and is the result of a merger between the Dutch Zeeland Seaports (Vlissingen and Terneuzen) and the Flemish/Belgian port of Ghent. North Sea Port has eight public shareholders. On the Dutch side of the border they are the province of Zeeland (25%) and Borssele, Terneuzen and Vlissingen municipalities (8.33% each). On the Flemish side, they are the city of Ghent (48.52%), the municipalities of Evergem (0.03%) and Zelzate (0.005%) and the province of East Flanders (1.444%). The shareholders are involved and informed by means of a shareholders’ committee. It contains representatives of the municipal councils, the Dutch councils and executives and the provincial councils. In addition, there are ongoing structural and bilateral consultations with the shareholders.

Overview

Region Europe Country Netherlands
Member Type Regular Member Joined Year 1982
Ports Vlissingen Port, Terneuzen Port, Ghent Port
Official Website https://www.northseaport.com

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