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Ceuta Proposes €3.5 Million Port Security Investment

Ceuta proposes €3.5 million port security investment

Source: Puertos del Estado
Ceuta, Spain (PortSEurope) July 12, 2019 – The president of Puertos del Estado, the state-owned company responsible for the management of state-owned ports, Salvador de la Encina, accompanied by the Delegate of the Government in Ceuta, Salvadora Mateos, and the president of the Port Authority, Juan Manuel Doncel, has attended the presentation to the media of the project to improve security at the port. According
to Salvador de la Encina, security will no longer be a problem in the port, allowing it to continue to be the growth engine of the city. In addition, it has announced it is negotiating with the Ministry of Finance the possibility of allocating €5 million ($5.63 million) of European funds to modernize the port and its passenger transport facility. Autoridad Portuaria de Ceuta (APC – Port Authority of Ceuta) proposes an investment of €3.5 million to improve the perimeter protection of the port area, including structural fencing with high-sensitivity anti-intrusion sound system, access doors with the same CCTV systems, with Search Light technology, which will be installed with an advanced high-precision video system in towers. Source: Puertos del Estado Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2019.

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