Rent-A-Port, your partner in marine developments and industrial zones.

Rent-A-Port is an engineering and investment company, specialized in the development of marine infrastructures and industrial zones. Through its shareholders, Rent-A-Port can fall back on a wealth of in-house experience in the analysis, design, construction, development and management of port, logistic and marine infrastructures as well as industrial zones worldwide.

Via Rent-A-Port, the combined experience of the four large and efficient Flemish Ports of Antwerp, Zeebrugge, Ghent and Ostend is at your service and can be called upon whenever you wish.

Rent-A-Port has following specialties:

  1. Engineering and financing of complete new port facilities,
    or partial upgrading of your port
  2. Strategic advice on layout and operations
  3. Management of ports and industrial estates in port areas
  4. Project management for new construction
  5. Organisation of marine freight of bulk minerals
  6. Off-balance-sheet solutions for your port infrastructure
  7. Assistance in processing and transhipment of minerals in port areas
  8. Full organisation and maintenance of shipping channels based on toll systems,
    including navigational aids and hydrographical services.

Rent-A-Port enables you to finance your port infrastructure while keeping it “off balance sheet”.

Rent-A-Port  is specialised in tailor-made B.O.O.T solutions and can help you to finance your complete infrastructure and organise your logistics so that you can focus on your core business. 


27.02.2018 - DeepC

Why are companies heavily expanding investment in Vietnam?

In recent year Vietnam is rising strongly as a prefered destination for investment from many countries, with the Japanese and Korean taking the lead while other countries are also ramping up investment. Reported by BMI Research, more than 35.5% of Japan-backed infrastructure projects in SEA and nearly 3000 companies found their way to Vietnam. Meanwhile, 4000 Korean firms are now operating in Vietnam, more than in any other of the 10 ASEAN nations.

What are the motivations behind this investment trend?

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05.01.2018 - DeepC

Hai Phong is now the fastest growing city in Vietnam

In 2017, the economy of Hai Phong city grew at twice the speed of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh city and continued to receive USD billion worth of investment in infrastructure and industrial sectors.

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20.11.2017 - DeepC

Place, People & Practicality

The Three Ps — Place, People & Practicality

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