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Estonian Ambassador Visits The Port Of València

Estonian ambassador visits the Port of València

Source: Valenciaport
The representative of the Baltic country in Spain, Mariin Ratnik has toured the facilities accompanied by the deputy director general of the APV, Manuel Guerra – December 3, 2020 The Estonian ambassador to Spain, Mariin Ratnik, has visited the facilities of the Port of València to learn first-hand about the operations and functioning of the port. The ambassador has been accompanied by the deputy director general
of Autoridad Portuaria de València (APV – Valenciaport, Port Authority of Valencia), Manuel Guerra and representatives of the Valencia Chamber of Commerce. During the visit, Manuel Guerra presented the evolution of the traffic channeled in recent years between the port of València and the Estonian ports of Tallin, Muuga and Sillamae. In addition, he explained the commitment that APV is making on sustainable growth to enhance its activity as a mixed port that combines export / import with transit container traffic to other ports. The Estonian ambassador has also shown particular interest in the digitization projects being carried out by APV such as ValenciaportPCS, a technology platform that offers more than 850 companies services aimed at streamlining the operational processes of the port community. In the first ten months of the year, the Port of València handled a total of 37,506 tons of goods with Estonia. Fruits; electrical equipment and material; ceramic products; machines and mechanical apparatus; and legumes and vegetables are the main products exported by the Valencian Community to the Baltic country. While imports from Estonia are concentrated in chemical products; fish, crustaceans and mollusks; and fuels, mineral oils. Source: Autoridad Portuaria de València (APV – Valenciaport, Port Authority of Valencia)

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