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President Of Puertos Del Estado, Álvaro Rodríguez Dapena Visits The Port Of Valencia

President of Puertos del Estado, Álvaro Rodríguez Dapena visits the Port of Valencia

Source: Puertos del Estado
València, Spain (PortSEurope) January 13, 2022 – The president of state agency Puertos del Estado, Álvaro Rodríguez Dapena, has visited the Port of Valencia and met with the directors of Autoridad Portuaria de València (APV – Valenciaport, Port Authority of Valencia), led by its president, Aurelio Martínez. He also met with representatives of the Port Community to explore the challenges and opportunities of Valenciaport in
the coming years in areas such as infrastructures, the environment, digital transformation and the city-port relationship. Commenting on the proposed new North Terminal, Álvaro Rodríguez Dapena, said that the binding report on the North Terminal will be ready at the end of January or, if a “special technical problem” is detected, in February. This report is required in order to proceed. Also present at a meeting were the two presidents: Francesc Sánchez, general director of APV; Néstor Martínez, attached to the management of the PAV; Sven Valentin from Terminal MSC Valencia; Elías García from COSCO Valencia Terminal; Carlos Arias from APM Terminal; Antonio Crespo from Valencia Terminal Europa; Vicente Boluda president of the Valencian Shipping Association (ANV); Ignacio Ballester, president of Consignees of the ANV; Gustavo Ferrer, president of Stevedores of the ANV; and the representatives of the new passenger terminal, Adolfo Utor (Baleària) and of the new northern container terminal, Francisco Lorente (MSC Spain). The president of Puertos del Estado announced that he will also visit the port areas of Sagunto and Gandía where he will hold meetings with representatives of the port community and logistics of these ports. Álvaro Rodríguez Dapena was appointed to the role as president last November. Puertos del Estado is a state-owned organisation responsible for the management of state-owned ports. The company executes the port policy of the government and coordinates and controls the efficiency of the port system, made up of 28 port authorities that manage the 46 ports of general interest. Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2022.

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