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Work on the Port of Seville
The port of Seville adapts to rail transport


4,633,412 tonnes of freight

More than 1,000 container trains per year

  • Work on the Port of Seville

Ineco’s team has brought in its experience in drafting railway documents for the port of Sevilla.

The Port of Seville is an inland seaport located on the Guadalquivir River with around four million tonnes of freight traffic per year and is a key element in the maritime trade between the Canary Islands and the Iberian Peninsula.

The port facilities load and unload freight destined for export to other countries or transport to other destinations in Spain or freight imported from abroad which is subsequently distributed by road or rail.

Data Sheet
Location: Spain
Client: Seville Port Authority
Execution period: 2010 - 2013
Market: Ports

Drafting of the railway documentation

To facilitate all rail freight distribution operations Ineco drew up the rail-related documentation to enable the Seville Port Authority to assume the responsibilities provided by the Railway Sector Act for owners of railway infrastructures in ports of public interest.