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Port Of Motril Drafts Plan For Improved Road Access

Port of Motril drafts plan for improved road access

Motril, Spain (PortSEurope) January 13, 2021 – Autoridad Portuaria de Motril (APM – Port Authority of Motril) has completed drafting of a project that will soon be put out to tender for the construction of a direct access from the highway to the Las Azucenas dock, dedicated to project cargo and cargo of large dimensions, taking advantage of its good road communications.  A 30-meter-wide and
240-meter-long road has been designed to improve the “maneuverability and entry” of vehicles that transport large heavy goods that then have to be shipped for export. “The work is going to be carried out due to the favorable evolution of growth that this merchandise has been registering by the Port of Motril”, said its president, José García Fuentes, who added that “the road will be prepared for access even to future elements larger ones that are already being built in response to market demand”. During his visit to the plot of the Logistics Activities Zone (ZAL) where he is going to act, García Fuentes has advanced that “with this project we are prepared to receive any type of merchandise, however voluminous it may be, Urbanization The execution of the new road will allow the urbanization of that area of ​​port land that will be provided with sanitation, water and electricity, among other services, which will serve in the future for the companies that are installed in the adjoining plots. The project will involve an investment of 523,000 euros of equity for the Port of Motril. This work gives “continuity and complements” the surface area of ​​14,000 square meters that has recently been conditioned next to the Azucenas dock for the storage and storage of goods and project cargo. Source: Autoridad Portuaria de Motril (APM – Port Authority of Motril) Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2021.

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