GCN and the Port of Antwerp-Bruges to cooperate

The cooperation will include assistance in hydrogen vehicle operations.

Giga Carbon Neutrality Inc. (GCN) and the Port Authority of Antwerp-Bruges, Belgium, held a signing ceremony for mutual strategic cooperation.

GCN will carry out vehicle and vessel automation pilot programs in Belgium as well as consolidate the port’s leading position in the global supply chain. The Port Authority of Antwerp-Bruges will assist the development of GCN in Europe by providing the necessary support and relations to facilitate enhanced development opportunities for GCN’s global business.

Giga Carbon Neutrality is a clean energy mobility and technology company that makes operating reliable, non-polluting vehicle fleets easy for industrial and commercial transportation companies. The Port Authority of Antwerp-Bruges, Belgium, is the operator of Europe’s largest export port, largest throughput port for vehicles and the leading chemical hub in Europe.

Richard Martin, CEO of Giga Carbon Neutrality, said, “With this agreement, GCN and the Port of Antwerp-Bruges are leading the way to deliver on the carbon reduction targets set out by the European Union. We look forward to working with the Port and assist its operations with our hydrogen and battery electric vehicle fleet.”

Tom Hautekiet, COO of the Port of Antwerp-Bruges, commented, “As the biggest automotive hub in Europe, the Port of Antwerp-Bruges is excited to welcome GCN. The cooperation will lift the automotive role of the port of Antwerp-Bruges to a higher level and help realize our ‘clean port strategy’ ambition.”

Zohaib Ali

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