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Puertos Del Estado And Huelva Port Authority Discuss 2020-2024 Business Plan

Puertos del Estado and Huelva Port Authority discuss 2020-2024 business plan

Source: Autoridad Portuaria de Huelva
Huelva, Spain (PortSEurope) October 29, 2020 – The president of Puertos del Estado (PdE), the government organisation responsible for the management of state-owned ports, Francisco Toledo, held a meeting with Huelva Port Authority, in which they agreed on the 2020-2024 Business Plan, with an investment of €238 million. The agreed investment plan reinforces the strategies of Huelva in key lines such as infrastructure, innovation, sustainability,
diversification and port-city approach. The key investment lines affect the infrastructure and facilities that support the diversification of traffic (ZAL, South Pier, new accesses), the provision of spaces that are recovered for the city (Levante Pier, Francisco Montenegro Avenue) and in facilities to promote intermodality especially rail accessibility and safety.  The president of Autoridad Portuaria de Huelva (APH – Port Authority of Huelva), Pilar Miranda, said that the 2021 Business Plan underpins the strategic lines of the port to consolidate and continue to grow as a bulk port, multimodal, logistical, innovative and sustainable. She highlighted the importance of the supported from the PdE for the proposals that Huelva submitted to carry out next year, in order to continue increasing business volume as well as improving infrastructures and services. The president of Puertos del Estado, Francisco Toledo, stated that the investment plan is aimed at diversification, technological updating, adapting capacities, and improving the relations of the Port Authority with its environment, and highlighted the agreed reduction of 5.2% in the rate on goods in 2021, which will allow Huelva to improve its competitiveness to attract new traffic. Autoridad Portuaria de Huelva (APH – Port Authority of Huelva) Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2020.

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