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Spain’s Noatum Launches Overhaul Project At Valencia Port

Spain’s Noatum launches overhaul project at Valencia port

Source: COSCO Shipping Ports Ltd
Valencia, Spain (PortSEurope) October 8, 2018 – Noatum Container Terminal Valencia, concessionaire of the container terminals of the Prince Felipe and Costa docks of the port, has started the procedures to tender the paving work of the northeast portion of the southern expansion of the harbour. According to the specifications of technical requirements, the object of the works is the paving of the surface and the preparation of the
infrastructure and facilities necessary for the normal execution of port operations of handling and storage of containers. The area covers 12 hectares and is limited by the East pier, the container storage area and the exterior road of Valencia port. The plot will become part of the Public Container Terminal of the port of Valencia. For the correct functionality, the area must have lighting services, rainwater evacuation network, potable water network, fire extinguishing network, medium and low voltage electrical networks, fiber optics. Noatum Container Terminal Valencia is the main gateway for the Iberian Peninsula and the natural port of Madrid. The main global container shipping lines call at izs terminal in Valencia. These services are complemented by feeder connections to other regions. Noatum Container Terminal Valencia is part of Noatum Ports, in turn, part of COSCO Shipping Ports Ltd. Source: Diario del Puerto Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2018.

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