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Work on the Port of Castellón
From a local port to a benchmark maritime terminal


217 hectares of logistics surface area

3,870 metres of wharfs

15 million tonnes

  • Work on the Port of Castellón
  • Work on the Port of Castellón
  • Work on the Port of Castellón
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Ineco has collaborated in the expansion of the South Harbor at the Port of Castellon through various agreements signed with the Port Authority.

The Port of Castellón, strategically located in the busiest part of the province, has undergone successive improvements to modernise its infrastructures with the goal of achieving a leading position in the Mediterranean.

Outstanding among its numerous extensions is the new south basin, which doubles its capacity, and a full offer of leisure activities which makes it accessible to inhabitants and tourists.

Improvement of the railway access based on technical and economic criteria and coordinated with potential port extensions is among the key measures for development of the port

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

Railway connections for a more efficient port

Ineco was involved in extension of the South Basin through several agreements with the Castellón Port Authority to develop the railway accesses to this important maritime terminal.

The first of these agreements was for technical assistance provided by Ineco team on the drafting of the necessary documentation during the renovation of the northern rail access.

Due to an increase in freight movement in the Dársena Sur (South Basin) the Port Authority decided to build a new rail access to the southern port area and entrusted Ineco with drafting the Analysis of Alternatives and Development of Options for the New South Rail Access to the Port of Castellón.

The preparation of the project for execution on the infrastructure and superstructure of the South Basin rail access is currently being carried out.

These projects have enabled Ineco to boost and consolidate its business activities in the maritime sector.