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Puertos Del Estado To Support Cádiz Port Developments

Puertos del Estado to support Cádiz port developments

Source: Autoridad Portuaria de la Bahía de Cádiz
Cádiz, Spain (PortSEurope) June 7, 2019 – The president of Puertos del Estado, Salvador de la Encina, has committed to Teófila Martínez, president of the Port Authority of the Bay of Cádiz, to develop a a better process to speed up developments at Cádiz port. At the meeting, which also included Agustín Romero, director of the Port Authority, Ana Mª García, Leandro Melgar and Itziar
Rodríguez, director of the Cabinet, director of Exploitation and responsible for Infrastructure Planning of State Ports, respectively, was reviewed the modification of the DEUP (Delimitation of Spaces and Port Uses), which is already completed and in the next few days will be forwarded to the Ministry of Public Works for signature. This modification is motivated by the need to change the current uses and assign port-city interaction spaces in line with the current situation and forecasts of port use. Also, the possibility of building a hotel in the dock of Cádiz has been addressed. Another important issue addressed by both presidents has been rail access to the La Cabezuela-Puerto Real dock, a situation that they hope will be resolved soon. The current agreement pursues the strategic objective of the development of La Cabezuela with a future rail link that will improve and boost the logistics of the companies, as well as the development of the port and its area of ​​influence through a qualitative leap towards maximum intermodality. In relation to the Access to the New Container Terminal, the execution of the secant piles is currently about to begin, key elements to continue the execution of the access road to the new container terminal. Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2019.

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