Antwerp is one of Belgium’s leading economic engines.  The Port of Antwerp is a major hub for the shipment of dry goods, cargo, chemicals and petroleum products. It is the second-largest cargo port in Europe and the seventh largest in the world. As a result, and despite the city’s small population of about 500,000, it is one of the most important logistics and distribution centers in the world.

Major industries in Antwerp—most of which are concentrated near the port—include diamonds, chemicals and oil refining. Antwerp sits 50 miles inland from the North Sea on the Scheldt River and benefits from a network of inland waterways that extend shipping’s reach into Europe’s interior.

With a population of 11 million, Belgium is a highly industrialized and urbanized economy that is open to trade. Antwerp has the largest population in Flanders. Belgium boasts one of the densest networks of rail, highway, canals and other waterways, making it an effective location for industrial real estate and warehouses.

Prologis has multiple warehouse and industrial properties in the Antwerp region.

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This is a map of Antwerp, Belgium

Featured Properties

Vilvoorde DC1, Vilvoorde, Belgium

Vilvoorde DC1

Vilvoorde, Belgium

This 209,315 SF (19,446 SQM) industrial warehouse is northeast of Brussels.

Brussels BRU Air Cargo Center 1, Brussels, Belgium

Brussels BRU Air Cargo Ctr 1

Zaventem, Belgium

This 102,903 SF (9,560 SQM) distribution center is at the Brussels Airport, just 7.5 miles (10 kilometers) northeast of Brussels city center.

 

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