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MOL Chemical Tankers to build liquid chemicals storage terminal in Antwerp

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Together with the port group SEA-Invest, MOL Chemical tankers is to invest some €300 – 400 million in construction of a tank storage terminal for liquid chemicals.

The new investment is expected to create 100 direct jobs.

The tank terminal will be located on a 45 hectare site in the Delwaide dock. This is one part of the concession for which the Port Authority issued a request for proposals in 2018. Six candidates were selected as a result, one of them being Sea-Mol. Negotiations were started with the latter with a view to signing a concession agreement. Negotiations with the other five candidates are ongoing with a view to making the best use of the remaining part of the site.

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