ES EN
Mapas Previsión y Tiempo Real
OPPE logo
OPPE logo

Inicio de sesión


OPPE logo
Oficina de Información
Avda. del Partenón, 10 - 28042 Madrid - España
Tel: +34 915245500 - Fax: +34 915245501
Webmaster
Para cualquier duda técnica sobre este sitio web póngase en contacto con nosotros:
webmaster@puertos.es
Contacto para Medios
  • Jefe del Gabinete de Prensa
    Emilio Gómez Fernández
    Tlf.: 91.5245517
    egomez@puertos.es
  • Técnica del Gabinete de Prensa
    Elena Morales Sanz
    Tlef.: 91.5245517
    emorales@puertos.es
Formulario de Contacto





PROTECCIÓN DE DATOS DE CARÁCTER PERSONAL

Para cumplir con la Ley Orgánica 3/2018, de 5 de diciembre, de Protección de Datos Personales y garantía de los derechos digitales y con el Reglamento (UE) 2016/679 del Parlamento Europeo y del Consejo, de 27 de abril de 2016, General de Protección de Datos, le informamos de que sus datos han sido recabados por Puertos del Estado, siendo tratados por el mismo, en calidad de Responsable del Fichero, para proporcionar la información requerida por el usuario suscrito.


INFORMACIÓN BÁSICA SOBRE PROTECCIÓN DE DATOS
Responsable Puertos del Estado
Finalidad • Dar respuesta a la consulta realizada a través de nuestro formulario de contacto.
Legitimación • Consentimiento del cliente.
Destinatarios • Sus datos personales no serán cedidos, a terceras empresas.
• En caso de ser necesario alguna cesión, se solicitará su consentimiento.
Derechos • Acceso, rectificación, supresión, limitación, oposición y portabilidad, así como otros derechos explicados en la Información Adicional.
Información adicional • Puede consultar la información adicional sobre Protección de Datos en nuestra Política de Privacidad.


OPPE logo
Buscar:

 

Skip Navigation LinksPuerto.es · Home · Spanish ports seek to boost fresh produce traffic at Fruit Attraction
A
A
 Spanish ports seek to boost fresh produce traffic at Fruit Attraction

They present their range of infrastructures and services at the fair in Madrid


Spanish ports seek to boost fresh produce traffic at Fruit Attraction

 

  • More than 8 million tonnes of fruit and vegetables were moved through ports between January and August

 

 

03-10-2023 (State Ports Public Body). 16 ports of the state-owned system are present at the Fruit Attraction Fair, within the 'Ports of Spain' stand, which will be held from 3 to 5 October in Madrid. The goal: To boost the maritime traffic of fruit and vegetables through its enclaves, presenting the competitive advantages of its offer of infrastructures and services to importers and exporters around the world.

 

Thus, Spanish ports offer more than 85 million m2of land area and storage areas, cold stores with nearly 2 million m3  of capacity, more than 300.000 linear meters of berth, connections with any port in the world, border control posts (PCF), phytosanitary services, and all kinds of logistics solutions.

 

The Fruit Attraction fair, which celebrates its 15th anniversary this year, has established itself as one of the leading fairs in the sector worldwide, with the presence of 2,000 exhibiting companies from 56 countries, more than 64,000 m2 of surface area and the expected attendance of 90,000 professionals from 135 countries.

 

At the 200 m2  Ports of Spainstand, under the claim 'Connecting the world to fresh food', numerous working meetings will be held from the 16 ports present (Algeciras, Barcelona, Bilbao, Cadiz, Cartagena, Castellón, Huelva, Las Palmas, Malaga, Motril, Santander, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Seville, Tarragona, Valencia and Vigo). Likewise, the progress of the SIMPLE project, jointly promoted by the Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda, Adif and Puertos del Estado, which is developing a national intermodal logistics platform to guarantee interoperability between the different actors and means of transport, will be presented.

 

 

 

  • MORE THAN 8 MILLION TONNES OF FRUIT AND VEGETABLES UP TO AUGUST

 

Between January and August 2023, traffic in this type of product reached 8.3 million tonnes, of which 3.7 million tonnes were landed without transit, i.e. imports for domestic consumption. Algeciras and Valencia are at the forefront of this traffic.

 

In 2022 as a whole, Spanish ports moved 11.11 million tonnes of fruit, vegetables and legumes. 


 

No existen Comentarios.