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Antwerp Expo, Hall 4 Jan van Rijswijcklaan 191 2020, Antwerpen Belgium

A hot spot for business and tourism alike, Antwerp couldn’t be easier to get to, whether you’re traveling from the next town over, or from halfway across the world. 

Make sure you note the dates and use the information below to arrange your accommodation and travel in advance to ensure a smooth journey.


You can park for free on the public road on the Vogelzanglaan (500 parking spaces), the Jan Van Rijswijcklaan (200 parking spaces), Desguinlei (400 parking spaces) and on various car parks in the area (Le Grellelaan, Beukenlaan, …).

You can order parking passes for venue parking on our webshop.

At both entrances of Antwerp Expo there are adapted places for wheelchair users.



DBSchenker is the official logistics partner of AntwerpXL 2024.
DB SCHENKER can transport your exhibition material safely and in time from your company to your stand and return. In addition, they arrange all actions on the exhibition floor, so that you can concentrate on your participation in the fair.
DB SCHENKER offers the following services:
• Planning the transport of your shipments to the stand and return
• Customs formalities and clearance process
• Temporary storage of exhibition, stand and promotional material
• Assistance with unpacking and setting up your unit
• Insurance of your goods
• One contact person you can reach 24/7
To make use of the logistics services, you can request a quote shipping and freight handling by email

Schenker NV 

Fairs & Exhibitions 

Vliegveld 756

1820 Steenokkerzeel/Brussels airport 


Telephone: +32 2 716 3758


The ports of Antwerp and Zeebrugge to join forces

The City of Antwerp and the City of Bruges have reached an agreement to merge their respective ports. The two-city agreement marks the start of a unification process that is expected to take a year to finalise. Once completed, the ports will operate under the name ‘Port of Antwerp-Bruges’. As a result of the merger, the ports will be able to strengthen their position within the global supply chain and continue their course towards sustainable growth. Furthermore, the unified port will be more resilient to the challenges of the future and will take a lead in the transition towards a low-carbon economy. The ambition is for Port of Antwerp-Bruges to become the world's first port to reconcile economy, people and climate.
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