Belgium aims to meet e-commerce boom with customs Be-Gate platform

June 10, 2019 Alexander Whiteman

Belgium’s logistics community has launched a new platform aimed at speeding up the growth of its e-commerce market.

Be-Gate was launched by a collective, including Brussels and Liege airports, the ports of Antwerp and Zeebrugge and the country’s customs authority, at Air Cargo Europe in Munich last week.

The head of marketing at Belgium Customs & Excise, Werner Rens, said: “With Be-Gate, we have developed an efficient and effective e-commerce tool.

 

“It prevents ...

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