The Aragon Economy general director, Luis Lanaspa, spoke about the work done in the last few years to achieve excellence in production specialisation in the sector.
The Economy general director, Luis Lanaspa, today presided over the presentation day for Huelva Port and the Huelva Port Foundation for the public and private agents involved in the Aragon Logistics Platforms (APL), the public company that formalises the commitment of the regional government to the sector, chaired by councillor Marta Gastón.
The objective of the day, held at the Plaza Diagonal Hotel, was to publicise the range of services and infrastructure at the Andalusian port, as presented by the director of Huelva Port, Ignacio Álvarez-Ossorio, and to strengthen ties with the APL initiative, whose availability of logistics assets, training and research were also recognized by the Port spokespeople. Logistics companies, transport, producers, exporters, shipping companies, and freight forwarders in general participated in the logistics day, as well as the management of Plaza, TIM, ZLC, Aena and Adif, among others. Among the strengths of the Aragonese economy are its location and infrastructure, social harmony, talent, business excellence and cooperation, social responsibility, powerful strategic sectors and logistics and all synthesised in the Aragon Logistics Platforms brand. In short, “Aragón is a land of opportunities”, as the Economy general director reminded the attendees.
“The implementation of the Aragon Government economic policy in recent years has focused on achieving excellence in production specialisation in the logistics sector,” said Luis Lanaspa during the day; making it clear that “it can be affirmed that the Community of Aragón is a globally recognised logistics power and a perfect location for national and international distribution companies wishing to operate in southern Europe and North Africa.”
First-hand knowledge of the activities, services and logistics potential of agents from different parts of Spain, such as Huelva port, as well as exploring the possibilities and synergies that a possible cooperation with these infrastructures would create, is a “task that contributes, without doubt, to the increasingly specialised and technical development of our logistical capacity,” concluded the Economy general director.