Our history

The Euroports portfolio has been growing steadily to the network of terminals, contract logistics locations, transport services and freight forwarding offices it is today.

  • July 2006:  Acquisition of WCT, Belgium
  • July 2007:  Acquisition of Manuport; Belgium-France-Bulgaria
  • August 2007: Acquisition of TRI, Italy
  • October 2007: Acquisition of Rauma Stevedoring and Botnia Finland
  • December 2007:  Acquisition of Westerlund, Belgium-France-China and of 50% of SHRU, Germany
  • June 2008: Acquisition of CTB Magemon Liège, Belgium and awarded Liège Trilogiport container terminal concession
  • July 2009: Arcus and Antin Infrastructure Partners acquire 40% of Euroports.  Euroports moves to a 100% ownership (from 75%) of its key Belgian assets Manuport and Westerlund
  • November 2011: Opening of Cantabria terminal: new general cargo and forest products terminal in Tarragona, Spain
  • October 2012: Euroports acquires remaining 50% of shares in SHRU Rostock and becomes sole shareholder of Euroports Germany. 

All entities in the group are now working fully working under the Euroports brand name and are expanding