Cartagena, Spain (PortSEurope) June 12, 2018 – Cartagena port plans to solve the main obstacle that the entrepreneurs for the construction of the logistics activities zone (ZAL) in Los Camachos.
The port will invest €2.6 million ($3.1 million) in the purchase of the land of Depósito Franco, money that the entrepreneurs will use to acquire land in Los Camachos and move the storage area there, the first phase of the future Zona de Actividades Logísticas (ZAL).
The consortium of Depósito Franco, constituted by the Institute of Development (Info), the Chamber of Commerce of Cartagena, the City Council and the port authority, accepted the offer of the port to buy the facilities, whose lands will be used to offer them under concession to companies that operate in the docks.
The initiative foresees a second phase, which will consist of the installation of logistic companies and the construction of a railway connection to the Mediterranean Corridor. It would be a route of eight kilometres in length and will cost about €22 million ($25.9 million).
Source: La Verdad
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