CAPACITY (m³)963,000
NUMBER OF TANKS116
NUMBER OF JETTIES12
MAXIMUM DRAFT (m)14

Ideally located in the Port of Antwerp and connected to an extensive pipeline network, ATPC is providing flexibility for hydrocarbon feedstock, intermediates and finished products.

ATPC owns one of the largest dedicated bitumen processing plants in Europe with a capacity of 3,300 tonnes per day. It also offers state of the art vessel and train (un)loading facilities for liquefied petroleum gases (LPG) and operates an independent commercial tank storage facility which will have capacity of around 720,000 m³ upon completion of ongoing projects. Furthermore it is investing in additional gas storage and RTC/vessel handling installations, and is planning to develop 17 hectares of land for the petrochemical industry.


  • Terminal name ATPC Terminal N.V.
  • Port Port of Antwerp
  • Harbour no. 279
  • Address
    Beliweg 20
    Haven 279
    2030 Antwerp
    Belgium
  • Tel +32 (0)3 303 1600
  • Fax +32 (0)3 303 1663

Terminal specification

Tank capacity
Tank capacity
963,000 m³
Number of tanks
116
Type tank
Mild steel
Yes
Mild steel coated
Yes
Mild steel insulated
Yes
Stainless steel
No
Concrete
No
Sphere
Yes
Classification
K1, K2, K3, K4
Accessibility
Seagoing vessel>180m
Yes
Coaster
Yes
Barge
Yes
Road
Yes
Rail
Yes
Pipeline to other sites
Yes
Other
Jetties
Number of jetties
12
Maximum draft*
14m
Maximum length
280m
Maximum width
48m
Classification**
K1

* For information only. Contact local port authority for detailed information.

** Flash point: K1 < 21˚C; K2 21-55˚ C; K3 >55˚C; K4 >100˚C

Product scope

Minerals
Crude
Yes
Gasoline
Yes
Jetfuel
Yes
Kerosene
Yes
Naphtha
Yes
Gasoil
Yes
Diesel
Yes
LPG
Yes
Fuel oil
Yes
VGO
Yes
Others
Chemicals
Petrochemicals
Yes
Acids
No
Base
No
Solvents
No
Lubricants
No
Alcohols
No
Others
Vegoils
Palm oil
No
Soy oil
No
Molasse
No
Oleochemical
No
Methylesters
No
Others
The above stated product list is an indication, however not exclusive.

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