Huelva, Spain (PortSEurope) October 28, 2019 – Autoridad Portuaria de Huelva (APH – Port Authority of Huelva) and Puertos del Estado, the state ports agency, have agreed on the Business Plan of the port for 2020 at a meeting held in Madrid attended by the presidents of both organizations, Pilar Miranda and Salvador de la Encina.
The plan includes infrastructure, innovation, sustainability, diversification and the port city approach, a total investment of over €108 million ($119.8 million).
The most relevant investment lines affect the infrastructures and facilities that support the diversification of traffic (ZAL, Muelle Sur, new accesses), the authorization of spaces that are recovered for the city (Muelle de Levante, Avenida Francisco Montenegro) and in facilities to promote intermodality especially rail accessibility and safety. Special mention requires the investment effort in environmental sustainability, technological equipment and R & D & I.
The president of the port authority of Huelva said that the 2020 Business Plan underpins the strategic lines of the port to consolidate and continue to grow as a bulk port, multimodal, logistic, innovative and sustainable.
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