The Port of Huelva is among the fifth Spanish port with the highest volume of port traffic in Spain. It is the 25th position in traffic in Europe out of a total of 1,200 commercial ports. it is also the 2nd fastest growing port in Europe in the last decade. Operating 365 days a year without congestion, the port of Huelva is a benchmark in Europe as an energy port and in liquid and solid bulk traffics.
Currently, it has firmly committed to a diversification of their activities with general containerized cargo through different regular lines to Europe and the Canary Islands, highlighting its stability in traditional traffic (liquid and solid bulk) and growth of general containerized cargo and shot due to its commitment and commitment to logistics and inter modality.
The Port of Huelva is located in the southwest of the Iberian Peninsula, which makes its strategic geographical position as an import / export port and Hub for incoming commercial prospects in international maritime trading, especially between Europe to and the Atlantic market area. Additionally, it is integrated into the Trans-European Transport Network as a Core Port. One of the strengths of Port of Huelva is to implement intermodal infraestructures, with a potential connectivity with the national hinterland through the railroad network, with dedicated traffics of chemical products trouhg tankers, isotanks and/or flexitanks.
The Port of Huelva, with an area of 1,700 hectares, dedicates more than the 25% of its concessioned area to the petro-chemical sector, and it plays a critical infrastructure in international trading for the industry around, making it one of the ports with the largest area of service area dedicated to this sector.
Port of Huelva is at the head of the national ranking in maritime traffic of chemical liquid bulk with 2,214,454 tons in 2019 and with a growth of over 6% in relation to the previous year.
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