Brussel Port (BEBRU)

Port Code BEBRU City Brussels
Port Name BRUSSEL Country/Region Belgium
Category Port City Route EUROPEAN BRANCH PORT
Nearby Main Port Inland Transport
Official Website Port Type Dry Port

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Summary of BEBRU

The port of Brussels (Port Code: BEBRU) is an inland port, which is accessible for ships up to 4,500 tons and push towing convoys up to 9,000 tonnes. The port is located in the City of Brussels in the Brussels Capital Region. Founded in 1993, more than 24 million tons of goods are traded annually, most via railway and road transport, and over 6.6 million tons via the waterway transit (as of 2016). It is one of Belgium’s main customs, storage and distribution centres. Accessible to vessels weighing up to 4500 tonnes, it is connected to the road and rail networks, as well as the Brucargo terminal at Brussels Airport. Located just a few minutes from the outer port and the TIR centre, the Port of Brussels plays a vital role in supplying the Brussels-Capital Region.