Alicante Port Authority

 

alicanteThe Port of Alicante, the main logistical platform in the province of Alicante, is facing the future safe in the knowledge that it is an essential instrument to relaunch Alicante's economy in the new approaching global order.

The potential offered by the Port of Alicante is based on its geographical location, since its area of influence encompasses major towns and cities such as Alicante, Elche, Murcia and Albacete, even reaching as far as Madrid through the industrial areas of El Vinalopó. The strength of business in this area is based on an optimal transport infrastructure: port, motorways, roads and airport, boosting its export capacity and tradition in commerce.

However, the commitment of the Alicante Port Authority does not focus solely on the development and management of logistical infrastructures; it is also committed to public, social and economic institutions to introduce the strategic changes required, thereby encouraging new companies to set up within its sphere of influence.

The Port Authority is currently working to define and develop a new port model, a goal that runs parallel to the logistical strategy for the Region of Valencia. The adaptation of existing infrastructures and launch of the new southern basin will contribute to greater commercial specialisation, which must be compatible with installations that respect the environment and increase the value of freight.

 

Adress   Contact

Muelle de Poniente, 11

  Name Juan Ferrer Marsal
03001 Alicante (Spain)   Position President of the Port Authority
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    Phone +34 965 130 095
    Fax +34 965 130 034

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Disclaimer

"This publication has been produced with the financial assistance of the European Union under the ENPI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme. The contents of this document are the sole responsibility of FEPORTS Fundación Instituto Portuario de Estudios y Cooperación de la Comunidad Valenciana and can under no circumstances be regarded as reflecting the position of the European Union or of the Programme's management structures."