Food Assistance Mozambique
Jan De Nul donates food and supplies for 100 families in Mozambique. VAMOZ, a civil society movement of volunteers, helps to distribute the goods.
Knokke
On 15 February, Jan De Nul will start dredging and beach replenishment works in Ostend on behalf of the Belgian Public Maritime and Coastal Services Agency.
Bollard Step
The efforts of Jan De Nul Group to always work in a safe and sustainable way have been recognised.
JDN Innovation Challenge 2020
In October, Jos, Pieter, Michiel, and Arne came up with an innovative idea. This summer they are launching the first tests in Mauritania.
Matuvu
Together with Goethals Promotor Jan De Nul’s project developer PSR will revive Place Matuvu in Knokke.
FOCUS #4
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Jan De Nul and Terres Rouges
The project staff decided to donate the (office) furniture to charity, more specifically to the organisation Terres Rouges.
Sustainable beach replenishments
Jan De Nul Group is the first dredging company to carry out 100% sustainable beach replenishments. Moreover, at the Belgian coast
Hedwige- en Prosperpolder
Just a stone's throw from the Port of Antwerp are the Dutch Hedwigepolder and the Belgian Prosperpolder.