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Noord Natie Odfjell Antwerp Terminal

Strategically located in the Port of Antwerp, Noord Natie Odfjell Antwerp Terminal (NNOAT) is a leader in the European chemical storage market. The terminal offers a unique combination of storage and related ‘value added’ services for several types of liquids. 

  • Total storage capacity: 390,000 cbm
  • 231 tanks ranging from 75 cbm to 8,300 cbm, divided over 16 interconnected tank pits
  • Stainless steel storage capacity: 84,832 cbm
  • 10 berths for seagoing vessels
  • 3 berths for barges
  • 2,500 meters mooring capacity

NNOAT has easy access to sea, inland waterways, roads and railways. The terminal provides storage and related activities for chemicals, liquids for human or animal consumption, mineral oils, base oil, oleochemicals and biofuels. 

NNOAT has a wide variety of tanks with multiple sizes ranging from 30 cbm to 8,300 cbm of different materials like mild steel, coated or stainless steel tanks, and a variety of types of tank equipment like insulation, steam heating, electrical heating or warm water heating, nitrogen installation and vapor return systems.

The terminal has food grade approvals for the storage of food, feed grade chemicals and kosher storage. No matter how specific the storage requirements of the liquids are, a suitable tank will be at hand. 

Expansion of about 130.000 cbm is underway. A new tank pit comprising seven stanless steel tanks and a total 12,700 cbm capacity came into operation in 2Q20. Next step is a 45,000 cbm new tank pit planned for mid-2022. With more than 45,000 m2 of land available, the terminal has available capacity to excel services and meet increased demand in coming years. 

The combination of chemical transportation at sea and flexible storage ashore offers effective and flexible synergies for Odfjell’s customers.  

Odfjell has a 25% stake in Noord Natie Odfjell Antwerp Terminals. 


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