Aggregate traffic during the first half of the year, 253.3 million tons, accumulated an 11% fall.
The project represents one more step in the digitalization and sustainability process deployed by the Spanish port system.
It is the most important breakthrough project for adapting Spain's logistics-port sector to a 4.0 economy.
The new Strategic Framework seeks competitive, safe and socially committed ports, advocating digitalization and innovation and acting as a reference in environmental sustainability
Puertos del Estado has brought the 28 Port Authorities together to agree on a document to guarantee competitiveness, security, innovation and sustainability in Spain's port logistics
Puertos del Estado has already planned a package of 10 new berthed electricity supply facilities for 2021-25, totaling 25 million euros; the Government’s target is to electrify all ports by 2030.
Toledo: "It will help create jobs in addition to greater economic growth, given that these productive investments improve business competitiveness"
The aggregate fall between January and May registers -10.2%
The Governing Council has decided to reorganize the Public Authority
The signed agreement advocates awareness of the LGBTI community in the job market, as political and social progress
The assessment of conformity is used as an element for putting increases in port rates, linked to an increase in the quality of the service provided, into objective terms. The activity of goods ports terminals and marine stations is marked by the operations of the traffic they serve so, when establishing service quality characteristics, it is worth taking these differences in operations into account.
In accordance with Royal Legislative Decree 2/2011, the Puertos del Estado Governing Board approved Generic Reference Guides for Services in October 2012, which may be adapted by the Port Authorities to form Specific Reference Guides. A port quality management framework into which the specific requirements of the automobile sector represented by ANFAC are inserted. The reference framework is specifically a quality system for the traffic of goods vehicles and an associated certification scheme. The Generic Reference Guide for Services can be adapted by the Port Authorities into Specific Reference Guides.