Huelva port plans to invest in 2019 a total of €113 million as part of its business plan to provide a set of works aimed at improving its infrastructure.
In this way, due to the significant increase in container traffic and the operation of ro-ro cargo, the investment plan includes the reinforcement of the South Pier, by extending the berthing line to by 526 metres, as well as enabling the road accesses to this pier through the unfolding of the access road, Huelva port said.
According to portseurope.com, work will also continue on the new sanitation and water collection network of the Juan Gonzalo Engine Wharf and Ciudad de Palos. Outside the Outer Port, the works of access and road reorganisation will continue, as well as the overhaul of the Logistics Activities Zone and the Francisco Montenegro Avenue.
Moreover, the remodeling of the Muelle de Levante will continue. The business plan defines the operational objectives, the port planning instruments, traffic forecasts and the investment plan.