Cádiz, Spain (PortSEurope) October 11, 2018 – The Free Trade Zone of Cádiz has recovered energy product traffic operations, absent since 2003, thanks to the Olivia Petroleum company, which has unloaded 7,000 metric tonnes of biodiesel at the Ribera dock.
The operation, involving biodiesel imported from the Malaysian port of Port Klang, has been developed in this dock due to the proximity to the storage terminal that Olivia Petroleum has in the interior of the Free Trade Zone.
It is the first operation of this type that the Free Trade Zone of Cádiz has hosted in the last 15 years.
Olivia Petroleum, S.A.U. (OPSA), is an independent installation of K3 petroleum products, as well as their storage and supply. Its facilities are located in the Cádiz Free Zone, Plots 1 and 2, Calle Irlanda s / n, 11011 de Cádiz.
The location is strategic to cover Mediterranean and European/African throughputs. It is the only bunker installation in the Bay of Cádiz.
Source: Diario del Puerto
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