The Liege Port Authority operates the port, a marina, and two tourist terminals. It also manages the Liege Yacht Harbor near the historic city center. The Port of Liege is easy to reach all year, and it can accommodate 120 pleasure craft.
The Port of Liege is the biggest inland port in Belgium and Europe’s third busiest, with 21 million tons of cargo passing through in 2007. The port covers 366 hectares and 31 port areas. The port is linked inland by highway and rail networks that also serve the docks and terminals. The Trilogiport complex continues to expand. This multi-modal platform is an important logistics center for trade and commerce in the heart of Europe.
The modern Port of Liege contains 26 kilometers of quay berthing, a one-hectare covered dock, storage tanks for 194 thousand cubic meters of oil products, 68 storage/handling warehouses that cover a total of about 15 hectares, two container terminals, a dedicated roll-on/roll-off quay, grain silos with 50 thousand cubic meters of storage capacity, sand and gravel hoppers with capacity for 60 thousand tons, and regular direct links with England serving vessels from 1-2.5 thousand tons.