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PORT of BARCELONA
DOKUZ EYLUL UNIVERSITY
GRADUATE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
MARITIME BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
DIY 2036 – PORT AND TERMINAL
MANAGEMENT
PREPARED BY Capt. Barış TEMEL
Instructor: Asst. Prof. Dr. Gamze ARABELEN
İZMİR 2020
Contents:
 Managerial & Organizational Information
 Technical Information
 Commercial Information
 References (Bibliography)
 Attachments (if any) covid etkileri de
sorabiliriz
 General Information about the Port
 Mission of the Port
 Vision of the Port
 Port Values, Principles, etc.
 Port Ownership and Management Type
 Port Organization Structure – Port Organization Chart
 Human Resource Strategies / Philosophy
 Strategic plans
 CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social
responsibility)
General Information about the Port
The Port of Barcelona (Puerto de Barcelona) has a 2000-year
history and great contemporary commercial importance as one
of Europe's major ports in the Mediterranean, as well as
being Catalonia's largest port, tying with Tarragona.
It is also Spain's third and Europe's ninth
largest Container port, with a trade volume of 3.32 million
TEUs in 2019.
The port is managed by the Port Authority of Barcelona. Its
7.86 km2 (3 sq mi) are divided into three zones: Port
Vell (the Old Port), the commercial/industrial port, and the
logistics port (Barcelona Free Port).
This is not the only port in Barcelona, as there are also
two additional yacht harbors/marinas: Port Olimpic and Port
Fòrum Sant Adrià to the north.
General Information about the Port
In common with much of Western Europe, the older traditional
industries in Spain, such as textiles, declined in the face
of foreign competition. The surviving companies closed their
factories in the city or along the rivers, leaving industrial
wastelands or abandoned workers' colonies.
In many cases within Spain, these industries moved to
the zona Franca. The free trade zone is located within the
port area, not far away from downtown Barcelona, and is easy
to access. It is 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) away from
the Barcelona International Airport and connected via highway
and railway.
Port of Barcelona at night view of the quay near Barcelona
Cruise Port Terminal. Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain Business
investors here rent offices or bonded warehouse. They can
also elect to purchase land to erect their own buildings
Barcelona before the Port
Barcelona began life as a settlement on a gentle slope
leading down to the sea, which allowed it to expand
unimpeded.
However, the sea-level city had little to attract
shipping, as it did not have a natural harbour like
Genoa's Porto Vecchio or Marseille.
The coastal waters also generated a constant build-up
of sand. The coastal area needed protection and deeper
waters to provide access for ships and goods.
The city's inhabitants understood the importance of
having a port and battled to create one.
The medieval shipyards - S. XIV
The idea of a royal shipyard was
conceived under Pedro III and
construction work began.
Building was halted by storms and
resumed in 1378 as part of the
City of Barcelona’s efforts to win
its way into King Pedro IV’s good
graces.
The result was the Drassanes
shipyards (now home to the
Maritime Museum), which reflected
the city’s desire to develop much-
needed maritime commerce.
The Industrial Revolution - S. XIX
Over the course of the century, most sailing
ships were replaced by steam-powered vessels.
This shift dramatically improved ship speeds
(as much as 5 to 6 knots) and size (maximum
loads of up to 10,000 tons) but also resulted
in greater specialisation.
On December 11th 1868, the Ministry of Public
Works approved the creation of the Port Works
Committee, which comprised merchants, ship
owners and sailors. The first meeting of the
Works Committee approved the construction of
the first north-south wharf, which was built
between 1877 and 1882 on the site of the
current Barcelona wharf.
Infrastructure stagnates
1913 – 1977
For a long time, traffic came
to a virtual standstill
because of the instability
caused by two World Wars, the
Spanish Civil War and General
Franco's 40-year dictatorship.
Starting in 1958 the expansion
to the south and in 1966 began
the construction of an inland
port with the dredging of the
Llobregat delta area and an
increase of the port area of
250 hectares.
Mission & Vision of the Port and Port Values
The Barcelona Port Authority has established its mission as
an organisation, its vision -that is, what it aspires to be
in future- and the values that must guide its behaviour as an
institution. The entire organisation strives day after day to
achieve these goals:
Mission To lead the development of the Port of Barcelona, to
generate and manage infrastructures and to guarantee reliable
services in order to contribute to clients' competitiveness
and create value for society at large.
Vision
Barcelona: Europe's port solution in the Mediterranean
Values
1 - Appreciation for and commitment to people,
2 - Ethical and professional management,
3 - Client orientation,
4 - Social responsibility,
5 – Innovation,
Port Ownership and Management Type
The Spanish State Port System is composed of 46 ports of
general interest, managed by 28 Port authorities, whose
coordination and efficiency control corresponds to the Ports
of the State company, a body under the Ministry of Public
Works that is responsible for the execution of the
Government's ports policy.
Port activity and maritime transport contribute 20% to the
GDP of the transport sector. The Law provides the Spanish
port system with the necessary instruments to improve its
competitive position in an open and globalized market,
establishing a management autonomy regime for the Port
Authorities, which must exercise their activity with business
criteria.
Spanish Port Authority Model
Within this framework, it is intended that the management of
ports of general interest respond to the so-called "landlord"
model, in which the Port Authority is limited to being a
provider of infrastructure and port land and to regulate the
use of this public domain, while the services are mainly
provided by private operators under authorization or
concession regime.
Port Ownership and Management Type
In November 1992, the central body Ports of the State was
created by the Spanish government which brought the end to
the Autonomous (PUBLIC/Private Port) Port of Barcelona. Since
then the port is operated by Barcelona Port Authority.
Barcelona Port Authority (APB) is the governing body
responsible for managing the Port of Barcelona. It reports to
the Spanish National Ports and Harbour Authority, which
implements government port policy.
Ports of the State is a Stated-owned Company, responsible for
the management of state-owned ports. The company executes the
port policy of the Government and coordinates and controls
the efficiency of the port system, made up of 28 Port
authorities that manage the 46 ports of general interest.
This company, along with ENAIRE, exists for a constititional
mandate in Article 149, which grants the State the exclusive
competence of ports and airports.
Members of State's Ports
The Spanish State Port System is composed of 46 ports of general
interest, managed by 28 Port authorities, whose coordination and
efficiency control corresponds to the Ports of the State company, a
body under the Ministry of Public Works that is responsible for the
execution of the Government's ports policy. Port activity and
maritime transport contribute 20% to the GDP of the transport sector.
The Law provides the Spanish port system with the necessary
instruments to improve its competitive position in an open and
globalized market, establishing a management autonomy regime for the
Port Authorities, which must exercise their activity with business
criteria.
Spanish Port Authority Model
Within this framework, it is intended that the management of ports of
general interest respond to the so-called "landlord" model, in which
the Port Authority is limited to being a provider of infrastructure
and port land and to regulate the use of this public domain, while
the services are mainly provided by private operators under
authorization or concession regime.
Port Ownership and Management Type
The 28 port authorities are:
AP La Coruña AP Alicante AP Almería
AP Avilés AP Baleares AP Barcelona
AP Bilbao AP Cartagena AP Castellón
AP Ceuta AP Ferrol-S.Cibrao AP Gijón
AP Huelva AP Bahía de Algeciras
AP Bahía de Cádiz AP Las Palmas AP Málaga
AP Marín y Ría de Pontevedra AP Melilla
AP Motril AP Pasajes AP Santa Cruz de
Tenerife AP Santander AP Sevilla
AP Tarragona AP Valencia AP Vigo
AP Villagarcía de Arosa
Port Ownership and Management Type
Port Ownership and Management Type
Under the provisions of Spanish Law 33/2010 of 5 August 2010,
amending Law 48/2003 of 26 November 2003 on the financial and
services regime for ports of general interest, the APB is
required to fulfill the following functions:
- Providing general port services; authorising and monitoring
basic port services,
- Managing the port service area and port use,
- Planning, design, construction, maintenance and operations
pertaining to works, port services and navigational aids,
- Managing the public port area and area covered by the
navigational aids,
- Managing the port's financial assets and resources,
- Promoting industrial and commercial activities linked to
maritime transport and port traffic,
- Coordinating operations involving different transport modes
within the port precinct,
Port Organization Structure – Port Organization Chart
Port Organization Structure – Port Organization Chart
Management Board
President : Mrs. Mercè Conesa i Pagès
Ex officio member : Mr. Francisco J. Valencia Alonso
Harbourmaster : General manager (no councilor)
Mr. José Alberto Carbonell Camallonga
Representing the State General Administration
Mrs. Cristina Ozores Jack
Public Prosecutor : Mr. Álvaro Sánchez Manzanares
Spanish Government Delegate
Representing the Administration of the Catalonian Government
Mr. Antoni Llobet de Pablo
Mr. Xavier Tàrraga Martínez
Mr. Jordi Trius Traserra
Mr. Emili Sanz Martínez
Representing the Councils the cities related with the port
service area
Mrs. Janet Sanz Cid
Second deputy mayor of the City Council of Barcelona
Mr. Lluís Mijoler
Mayor - President of the City Council of El Prat de
Llobregat
Chamber of Commerce of Barcelona
Mr. Xabier María Vidal Niebla
President of Association of stevedoring companies
Mr. José Pérez Domínguez
Port Organization Structure – Port Organization Chart
Human Resource Strategies
Staff strategy
All of the annual objectives set in the Staff plan 2017-
2020 were achieved during 2018. The organisation's staff
policy is based, inter alia, on selecting high-potential and
performance personnel; differential performance as a basis
for professional development; the momentum of more horizontal
structures that allow talent to emerge; promoting the healthy
company, and improving the key processes that define the
relationship between people and the company in the long term.
Structure, equality and diversity
The organisation's workforce has the following
characteristics:
 The proportion of men to women is 70% / 30%,
 The majority age range of workers is 51 to 60 years.
 The greatest number of workers are in the category of
people with at least 30 years' service at the Port Authority.
2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
People
covered by
the agreement
446 454 457 464 464
People not
covered by
the agreement
(managers)
70 69 69 70 71
TOTAL 516 523 526 534 535
Progression of the workforce 2014 - 2018
Human Resource Strategies
Staff by age ranges in 2018
16-30
years
31-40
years
41-50
years
51-60
years
61-70
years
TOTAL
Men 21 64 116 131 51 383
Women 3 31 58 46 14 152
TOTAL 24 95 174 177 65 535
Human Resource Strategies
Equality and diversity
The Standing Committee for Equality registered no incidents
related to equality and/or harassment in 2018. Efforts
continued to implement actions under the 2017-2019 Equality
Plan and to publicise this via the Port's website along with
a revision of measures in accordance with labour regulations.
Social Benefits
In compliance with the instructions of Puertos del Estado, as
indicated by the Executive Committee of the Inter-ministerial
Commission on Remuneration (CECIR), the organisation had cut
social fund contributions by 75% over the past three years,
therefore its use was very limited.
Furthermore, in accordance with Law 6/2018 of 3 July 2018 on
the General State Budget for 2018, the contributions by the
promoter of the pension plan for employees was suspended for
the entire year.
Human Resource Strategies
Training
A total of 346 training activities were carried out in 2018,
aimed at worker groups and individual employees,
(1) total number of students who completed training
activities
(2) number of hours for each activity per number of students
who completed activities
(3) these data correspond to training activities started and
finished in 2018. However it is worth pointing out that 30
training activities that started in 2016 and 2017 were
completed in 2018 and that 32 training activities that were
started remain open and are scheduled for completion in 2019
and/or 2020.
Human Resource Strategies
Training Plan (TP) Training (1) Students (2) Satisfaction Training hours (3)
Public
Management TP
3 83.00 8.44 210.50
Digital Skills and
Innovation TP
56 525.00 7.90 1,035.00
Sustainability TP 3 3.00 8.75 13.00
Port police TP 21 210.00 7.49 2,798.00
Languages TP 101 218.00 9.32 4,634.50
Specific TP 56 239.00 8.94 5,851.75
Skills TP 100 135.00 7.97 3,754.00
Managers TP 6 6.00 10.00 80.00
TOTAL 346 1,419 8.60 18,376.75
Human Resource Strategies
The number of students increased this year, in spite of only
a small decrease in the number of training activities.
Satisfaction levels were also up and remain above 8.5 out of
10 across the board.
Specific Training Plan
The actions under this plan were significant in 2018 and
include targeted actions for a particular area, department or
section, for a particular worker or for specific profiles.
The plan excludes specific actions which, owing to their
nature, personality and volume, have their own training plan:
those aimed at the Port Police; others linked to the skills
management system; sustainability; managerial development;
and those related to language learning.
Digital Skills and Innovation Training Plan
Following the migration of all the email addresses in the
organisation, there was a considerable increase in this
plan's activity, with sessions held to publicise the new
tool. The sessions were coordinated with the entire migration
process and led by Information Systems.
Human Resource Strategies
Vocational Training Plan
Work continued with the vocational training plan
defined jointly with the Institute of Public
Safety of Catalonia. The plan, designed for a
roll-out over four years, from 2015-2018, has
now ended and involved nine training actions performed with
eight training groups each (72 training groups), a total of
118 students and more than 9,700 training hours.
The other training plans remained active as every year and
various training activities were performed.
Intermodal Transport
This training centre, of which the Port of Barcelona is a
shareholder, received 3,100 people from 45 different
countries this year. 1,300 of these people participated in
training courses and 1,800 went on a technical visit to the
Port of Barcelona.
Human Resource Strategies
A total of 87 training activities were carried out, on the
following topics:
 maritime intermodality and Motorways of the Sea,
 rail intermodality,
 grouping and consolidation centres,
 port operations,
 single window,
Furthermore, the European School was the fundamental axis of
two training projects:
Train at the Port, led by the Steering Council for the
Promotion of the Port Community, received 434 Transport and
Logistics and International Trade students from the
metropolitan area of Barcelona.
TranslogMed, begun by the School in 2018, aims to train
people who can develop door-to-door logistics chains based on
Motorways of the Sea between Mediterranean ports. Conferences
were held in Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria along with courses
with 50 participants from these three countries.
Human Resource Strategies
Strategic Plans
The Port’s growth must be based on criteria of
economic, social and environmental
sustainability that foster its competitiveness
in the expanded hinterland”, Third Strategic
Plan of the Port of Barcelona
The president:
One of the strategic pillars of the Port of Barcelona is to
guarantee its sustainable growth, in line with the United
Nations Global Compact and 17 Sustainable Development Goals
(SDGs), to which we are firmly committed.
This means enhancing the economic, social and environmental
value that our infrastructure provides to society: a
contribution on three levels that the Port Community generates
collectively, with all the many different actors and
professional profiles that it entails.
In addition to developing the various European projects that
the Port is leading to promote natural gas as a mobility fuel
for boats, trucks and terminal machinery, the Port and several
partners (including ATEC, ACCIÓ and Naturgy) have promoted the
RePort project. This is an important initiative to promote
natural gas in freight transport, with the engine overhauling
of 26 trucks to the dual system (diesel and gas).
Strategic alliances with international ports to further reduce
polluting emissions and the decarbonisation of maritime
transport has been another major line of action. The World
Ports Sustainability Programme, promoted by the International
Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH), and the World Ports
Climate Action Programme (WPCAP), are the two networks in which
the Port of Barcelona has been actively integrated to combine
effort in the field of environmental sustainability.
Strategic Plans
The Port of Barcelona launched the Third Strategic Plan for
the purpose of becoming the main logistics node in southern
Europe and the Mediterranean, while also serving as a
centre for concentrating and distributing loads.
The mission, vision and strategic objective of the Port of
Barcelona are set forth in this Strategic Plan.
The vision of the Port de Barcelona, which specifies where
the Port wants to be in the near future, is defined by the
motto: “Barcelona, the European port solution in the
Mediterranean”.
Strategic Plans
The strategic aim of the Port of Barcelona, which carries
out its vision, is “to be the top Euroregional distribution
centre on the Mediterranean, in competition with the ports
of northern Europe”. Achieving this goal requires:
›› Transforming the Port of Barcelona into a centre for
concentrating, distributing and processing cargo with a more
extensive hinterland than before,
›› Developing a “networked port” by organising multimodal
transport corridors and creating internal maritime terminals
›› Fostering alternative modes of transport to road haulage,
especially rail transport and short sea shipping lines,
›› I mproving port operations and cutting their cost to be
more competitive than other ports in the circulation of
goods,
›› Offering shippers a new value proposition with the full
involvement of the entire Port Community.
Strategic Plans
The strategic objectives that must strengthen the Port of
Barcelona’s position and progress to achieve its vision in
terms of sustainability include:
›› OE9: Improving accessibility and mobility,
›› OE10: Fostering intermodality,
›› OE11: Growing sustainably,
›› OE12: Improving port-city integration,
›› OE13: Being one of the main pools of the nautical
industry in the Mediterranean,
Strategic Plans
CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social
responsibility)
In terms of employment, the organisations of the Barcelona
Port Community directly and indirectly generate a total of
41,200 jobs. This accounts for 1.1% of all employment in
Catalonia.
It is complex to calculate exactly how many people work at
the Port of Barcelona, given the high number of companies,
agencies and public administrations operating there. Figures
on the jobs created directly by the Port are extrapolated
from data provided by the Port Community organisations that
responded to the survey question about the number of
employees. The organisations for which information is
available employ 6,446 people. Assuming a total of 500
organisations, linear extrapolation leads to an order of
magnitude of 42,973 employees.
According to the estimates of the Port Authority, about 650
people employed by different public administrations are
dedicated to port services
CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social
responsibility)
CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social
responsibility)
If we analyse the typical job at the organisations of the Port
of Barcelona, we see that there is a high number of people
employed with a permanent fulltime work contract, with men
predominating in the various occupations.
The proportion of employees with a permanent work contract is
80.3%, a 4.5% drop compared to 2017.
Over 91% (91.4%) of the employees are covered by collective
agreements, 2.2% less than the year before.Over 76% (76.9%) of
the workers have full-time contracts. This represents a 10.8%
drop compared to 2017. Therefore, the increased employment is
not full-time.
With regard to distribution by gender, most sectors and
organisations have a clear predominance of men on staff. Women
accounted for 29.3% of the workforce, a figure that has been
declining in the last two years, although not significantly
CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social
responsibility)
CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social
responsibility)
The Port of Barcelona counts the number of healthcare and
accidents at work that occur in different port areas (the
commercial port, the Port Vell and the ZAL), which involve
the Port Police and are attended by the Medical Emergencies
System (SEM ) or by a FREMAP ambulance
There was a decrease in workplace accidents during the
period studied. However, the number of medical emergencies
rose significantly. Of the Port Community organisations
that responded to the survey, 54.7% had no accidents in
2018. This is higher than in 2017, which shows good
behaviour in this regard. The organisations that reported
accidents (45.3%) mostly experienced them within the
company
CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social
responsibility)
CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social
responsibility)
Certification of occupation risk prevention systems
Ninety-six per cent (96%) of the organisations that responded
to the survey have an occupational hazard prevention
department, whether it is their own, belonging to a third
party or shared jointly with other organisations. The year
before, the proportion was 93.6%. The type of services
remained the same as in 2017, as shown in the graph.
Over 42% (42.7%) of the organisations surveyed have certified
occupational hazard prevention management systems. Of these,
29.3% have occupational health and safety management systems
(OHSAS 18001) certified by an independent inspector. This is
slightly less than the previous year, when 31.7% of the
organisations that followed the Sectoral Sustainability Plan
had such systems. All organisations with their own prevention
service perform the corresponding statutory or legal audits.
CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social
responsibility)
General data on training
Twenty-eight per cent (28%) of the organisations that
responded to the survey had a training committee for the
company and workers. In the previous year, 20.6% of the
organisations had one.
During 2018, the organisations held a total of 183,151 hours
of training combined. The annual average was 28.4 hours per
employee, an investment in training time considerably higher
than 2017, when the average was 19.6.
Regarding the distribution of training hours, 68.4% went to
professional and personal skills, 14.5% to preventing
occupational hazards and 17.1% to other subjects
CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social
responsibility)
CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social
responsibility)
Forma’t al Port
This project is based on a public-private partnership between
different organisations in order to bring the Port of
Barcelona and the Port Community closer to students of higher
level education (CFGS) in Transport and Logistics (27%)
and International Trade (73%) of the Port’s area of
influence.
This project teaches students about the professions of the
logistics sector and especially the maritime activity and
intermodal transport. The result is better technical
preparation that will have an impact on the employability
index and is aimed at improving logistics chains and
sustainability by disseminating the European Union’s policy
on the transport of goods and the environment.
CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social
responsibility)
The objectives of the project include:
 Teaching the students about the Port of Barcelona, its
infrastructure, logistical equipment and means of transport
operating there,
 Providing companies in the sector with a space to inform
others of the features of their activity and the professional
profiles they need to develop properly,
 Working together to create a framework for dialogue and
exchange between companies in the logistics sector and
training centres to promote the sector’s development,
 Helping companies to align their training needs with
curricula designed and taught at training centres,
 Motivating companies to hire dual training students and/or
interns with the support necessary to receive them under the
best conditions,
 Offering students the tools and knowledge necessary to
quantify the environmental impact of transport operations,
 Make the transport sector attractive to students.
CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social
responsibility)
Students have the opportunity to experience operations that
take place in the ports and on board the ship first-hand. The
documentation distributed during the training is in English
in order to familiarise students with the language.
In addition, 30% of the classes are also taught in English
and students are encouraged to make their presentations in
the language. In 2018, Forma’t al Port involved 434 students
coming from 13 public and private secondary schools in
Barcelona, El Prat de Llobregat, Cerdanyola del Vallès and
Santa Perpètua de la Mogoda.
CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social
responsibility)
CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social
responsibility)
DIVERSITY AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES
Equal opportunities are one of the universal principles by
which the Port Community abides in order to ensure they are
applied among the organisations and the people working for
them
36% ORGANISATIONS HAVE EQUALITY PLANS
29.3% FEMALE EMPLOYEES
19.1% WOMEN ON BOARDS OF DIRECTORS
22% WOMEN ON STEERING COMMITTEES
53.3% ORGANISATIONS HAVE PROTOCOLS AGAINST HARASSMENT
Prevention of discrimination
Over 53% (53.3%) of the participating organisations have a
policy against sexual harassment and/or harassment for
reason of sex, compared to 44.4% the previous year, showing
a significant increase in the number of organisations
committed to the problem.
CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social
responsibility)
CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social
responsibility)
Employment of people with disabilities
The Law on the Social Integration of the Disabled (LISMI),
aimed at insertion of people with disabilities into the
workforce, establishes a minimum number of employees with
some sort of disability for companies with over 50
employees: 2% for the private sector and 5% for the public
sector. On average, 1.9% of the workers of the organisations
that followed the Sectoral Sustainability Plan have some
kind of disability (0.3%).
1.9 % EMPLOYED PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
2 % EMPLOYED PEOPLE AT RISK OF EXCLUSION
37.3 % ORGANISATIONS CONDUCT SURVEYS ON THE
WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENT
COMPLAINTS ABOUT LABOUR PRACTICES
Having a channel to address complaints about non-compliance
with labour regulations is a commitment to workers and looks
after their well-being.
Channel for complaints about non-compliance with labour
regulations
Sixty per cent (60%) of the organisations have established
channels for complaints about breaches of labour regulations,
a 4.4% increase compared to 2017, when it was 55.6%.
Depending on the company, these channels may be works
councils, the staff delegate, the human resources department
or a specific space on the corporate intranet.
Complaints resolved
Seven complaints were channelled through these formal
reporting mechanisms and five of them were resolved within
the same year
CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social
responsibility)
Technical Information
 Port Location & Technical
Specifications
 Port Layout & Design
 Cargo Handling Equipments
 Port Statistics
 Port Services
 Port Operation Softwares
Port Location & Technical Specifications
Port Location & Technical Specifications
LAT. 41° 20' 25" N
LONG . 002° 9' 53" E
UN/LOCODE ESBCN
PORT TYPE Seaport
PORT SIZE Very Large
Tides Width: 125 cm
Entrance
South W:370 M
Drft: 16 M
North W: 145 m
Drft: 11,5 m
Port Location & Technical Specifications
Land area 1109,9 ha
Wharves & berths 23,183 km
RO/RO ramps 30
Draughts Up to 16 m
Tug operators 9 (1213 kW / 2943 kW)
Warehousing
Covered: 203,304 m2
Open: 5,023,964 m2
Dry dock L: 215 m
B: 35 m
Cap: 50.000 t
Wharf
cranes
31 (all for
containers)
APPROACH CHANNELS
Approach channels consist of two
traffic separation schemes
guiding ships to/from north and
south entrances respectively.
The separation line of the northern
approach channel is indicated by a
fairway buoy charted name “November
- N” and is equipped with a radio
beacon signal (racon) that it
appears on X-Band radars as letter
“N” of the Morse code. The
separation line of the southern
approach channel is indicated by a
fairway buoy charted name “Sierra –
S” and is equipped with a radio
beacon signal (racon) that it
appears on X-Band radars as the
letter “B” of the Morse code.
Inbound Vessels-Reporting Points
One hour prior to arrival at the
fairway buoy ships must contact -
Barcelona Traffic' on VHF channel
10 and "Barcelona Port Control” on
VHF channel 14.
Pilotage : Compulsory for vessels over 500 GT. The service
is permanent.
Tugs and linesmen : 7 private harbour tugs are available
(From 45 to 80 tons of bollard pull). If required tug or
linesmen assistance they will be requested through Barcelona
Port Control. Tug's line used.
Reception Facilities : There are reception facilities for
most residues generated from ships.
Buoyage: IALA Maritime Buoyage System A.
Time: GMT plus 1 hour; GMT plus 2 hours (spring and summer).
Port Location & Technical Specifications
Port Layout & Design
Port Layout & Design
Cargo Handling Equipments
APM Terminals Barcelona
Cargo Handling Equipments
The Port of Barcelona’s Muelle Sur Container Terminal is 100%
owned by APM Terminals and has an annual throughput capacity
of 2.3 million TEU. It is located on the Mediterranean Coast
in the Catalan Region of Spain, in Barcelona, Spain’s second-
largest city.
Barcelona’s hinterland accounts for 80% of the ports total
cargo volume. A large variety of industries are located in
the hinterland, including automotive, textile, chemical and
pharmaceuticals. It is benefits from close proximity to the
ZAL – Logistics Activities Zone – and the duty-free area,
Consorcio de la Zona Franca. Leading international brands
including Ikea, Decathlon, Lidl, Amazon, Schneider Electric,
Honda Logistics, Inditex, and Mango have also located their
distribution centers in Barcelona.
The terminal has the benefit of being located on the entrance
canal to the port. It has its own on-dock rail connection,
immediate access to the motorway network and automated gate
access for optimum intermodal efficiency. Customs offices are
also located inside the terminal to optimise the logistics
process.
Cargo Handling Equipments
Rail Facilities: APM Terminals Barcelona offer direct
connections to inland container terminals in Zaragoza and
Madrid using dedicated shuttle trains. These are ideally
positioned close to the distributions centres of large
multinationals. This service provides a number of benefits
and cost savings, particularly for textiles, export scrap and
Spanish agricultural products. The terminals can also arrange
door-to-door service.
On-dock rail track: 4,500m
Tracks: 6
Facilities & Equipment: The terminal is equipped with the
most advanced technology in order to maximize the handling of
containers and operate as efficiently as possible. Our
automated gates handle over 2,000 truck operations per day
using Optical Character Recognition (OCR) for maximum
efficiency.
Wharf: 1,515m Draft: 16m LOA: 400m Yard: 81 ha
Reefer plugs: 632 (380V/50 Hz) Annual capacity: 2.3 mil. TEU
Cranes: 4 Panamax/5 Post Panamax/5 Super Post Panamax
Outreach: 13/18/23 rows Gate lanes: 8 in/5 out
Cargo Handling Equipments
Cargo Handling Equipments
STATE-OF-THE-ART TECHNOLOGY
Currently, it has 11 Super Post-Panamax dock cranes, 54
automated cranes (ASC) and 32 Shuttle Carriers, operating
along 1,500 meters of dock with a draft of 16.5 meters in
depth.
OPERATIVE SYSTEM nGen
The terminal is managed by the nGen (Next Generationt
Terminal Management System) operating system developed by the
Hutchison Ports group and, in the case of Barcelona, it has
been adapted to the particularities of the new semi-automated
operating model.
79 (Ha) WITH 27 AUTOMATED BLOCKS
BEST has a storage area of 79 (ha) with 27 automated blocks.
2,000 REEFER CONTAINERS
BEST has the capacity to store and monitor 2,000 refrigerated
containers.
Cargo Handling Equipments
STRATEGIC SITUATION
The installations have one of the most modern doors system
in Europe, and one of the biggest rail terminals in a
maritime terminal of containers, with eight dual-gauge
railways (iberian and UIC), connecting BEST daily with
different points of Spain and south France.
NEXT PHASE
Once the expansion has finished, the machinery will increase
until reaching the 80 automated cranes (ASC), distributed in
a total of 40 automatic blocks of storage of containers.
Cargo Handling Equipments
Cargo Handling Equipments
SUPER POST PANAMAX: 11 pcs Lifting height: 42 m and 47 m
Outreach on waterside: 64 m
AUTOMATIC STACKING CRANES : ASC block:50 TEU long, 9 TEU
wide, 5+1 TEU high 2 ASC per block, Max. Load: 40 tonnes
Lifting system: telescopic spreader: 20’, 40’, 45’
Quantity: 54
STRADDLE CARRIERS: Lifting height: 6,3m (1+1 TEU), Max.
Load: 50 tonnes, Quantity: 30
RMG: Portal width: 41,44 m (8 rail tracks), Max. Load: 40
tonnes, Quantity: 2
REACH STACKERS: Stacking height: 5 TEU, jib reach: 4 rows,
Max. Load: 45 tonnes, Quantity: 8
TERMINAL TRACTORS: Quantity: 9
FORKLIFTS: Quantity: 26
Cargo Handling Equipments
Manipuladora De Mercancias Sl - Barcelona
Area: 10 ha Berthing line: 800 m
Draught: 8.70 / 14 m Ro-ro ramps: 1
Cranes: 8 mobile Reach stacker: 6; front loaders 13;
bucket loaders, 5
Covered warehouses: 11,835 m2
Cargo Handling Equipments
Grimaldi Terminal Barcelona, SL
Area: 6.4 ha Berthing line: 421 m Draught: de 11 a 12 m
Ro-ro ramps: 3 Passenger terminal: terminal 2,788 m2 with
one passenger bridge
Ferry departures to Italy: For departures to Savona, Porto
Torres and Civitavecchia:
Ferry departures
to Morocco: For
departures with
Destination
Tangier
Terminal Port Nou, SA
At present we are making improvements
in our facilities, including a major
enlargement of esplanade and docking
line.·
Area: 75,000 m2 (13 hectares in 2018)
Dock Line: 450 linear meters (680
meters in 2018)
Draft: 12 meters.
A warehouse with 900 sqm.
2 Ro-Ro ramps.
75 power sources for reefer
containers
1 crane Post-Panamax Paceco (50 t.)
1 mobile crane Liebherr LHM500S
(140 t.)
2 gantry cranes Panamax of 40 t.
2 RTG of 50 t.
8 Reach Stacker of 45 t.
8 Tug masters for platforms and
roll-trailers
2 fork-lifts 30 t./3 fork-lifts 16 t.
3 fork-lifts 6 t. /24 fork-lifts 4 t.
Cargo Handling Equipments
Decal (refined petroleum) Koalagás, SA
Terquimsa (chemical and refined petroleum)
Tepsa (chemical and refined petroleum)
RELISA (oils) Enagás, SA (natural gas)
Tradebe Port Services, SL Naturgy, SA
Meroil Quimidroga CLH, SA (refined petroleum)
Cargo Handling Equipments
Portcemen, SA
Silos with 72.000 mt capacity,
Bunge Ibérica, SA
Ergransa
Multicellular silos with 145,000
t capacity, pneumatic discharge
operational capacity: 900 tn/hr
Cargill SLU
Industry for meal and raw oil
production, milling plants with
a capacity of 1,400,000 t/year
Tramer, SA
Max strorage capacity 80,000 t
Equipment: one loading gantry
crane with a capacity of 700 t/h
Cargo Handling Equipments
Autoterminal, SA
Area: 29.2 ha of terrace and
37.8 ha vertical parking
Berthing line: 850 m
Draught: hasta 12 m
4 RO-RO berths, 5 vertical
parking areas covering 377 975
m2 and 26,981 places.
Vehicle personalisation centre
and a protection-removing tunnel
Setram, SA
Area: 9.4 ha of terrace and 17
ha vertical parking
Berthing line: 850 m
Draught: fins a 12 m
4 RO-RO berths, 2 vertical
parking areas covering 170,545
m2 with 8,934 places in total
Capacity:: 15,000 places in
total, of which 8,934 are
covered
Port Statistics & Port Services
Port Statistics & Port Services
The Port of Barcelona achieved a turnover of € 172 million in
2019, very similar to the 2018 result, when it closed with €
174 million. This income stability was achieved despite the
10% reduction in cargo fees, which represent one of the Port's
main sources of revenue, leading to a reduction in income of
approximately € 4.5 million.
The revenue consolidation was also achieved in the
organisation's capacity to generate resources (cash flow),
which, at € 97 million in 2019, prepares the Port of Barcelona
to comfortably meet future challenges and cover its investment
needs.
Over the last year, the Port of Barcelona has significantly
reduced its debt (-9%), which now stands at € 179 million and
represents only 12% of equity. Investments also increased 21%
during the financial year, amounting to € 60 million.
Port Statistics & Port Services
The Port of Barcelona made € 44 million in profit,
representing a fall of 18% (compared to 54 million in 2018).
This drop is due to the increase in non-recurring expenses.
Over the last year the organisation had to perform general
dredging of the Port, which cost € 4.3 million and has to be
done every five years; a provision of more than € 5 million
was established to cover potential litigation risks; and the
€ 1.3 million contribution to the Interport Compensation
Fund increased by 26% to meet the needs of the 'Ports 4.0'
capital fund for attracting and facilitating the application
of talent and entrepreneurship in the logistics and port
sector in the technological field.
Port Statistics & Port Services
Port Statistics & Port Services
Traffic results
Although globally 2019 was marked by a series of uncertainties
and disruptions that led to a slowdown in international trade,
it was a year of consolidation for the Port of Barcelona. Total
traffic - covering all types of cargo - was € 67.7 million
tonnes, very close to the 67.8 million achieved during the
previous financial year.
It should be noted that more than 35 million tonnes correspond
to traffic with the port's hinterland, i.e. real goods trade
excluding transshipments and tare weights. Despite the
stagnation in certain segments, in 2019 hinterland traffic
maintained the record figure achieved in 2018.
Containers, dry bulk and cars, however, closed the year on a
negative note. Container traffic totalled 3.32 million TEUs
moved, down 3.2% year on year. Even so, it was the second best
year in the history of the Port of Barcelona in terms of
containers.
Port Statistics & Port Services
Asia, the most dynamic market
Asia is the main continent of origin and destination of the
containers channelled by the Port, with 42% of exports and 75%
of imports. China is consolidating its position as our leading
trading partner, receiving 11% of export containers and sending
42% of our import units. However, the Port of Barcelona is
working with a wide variety of markets. Some of the most
dynamic countries in terms of trade with the Port are: Egypt
(11.1%), Turkey (10.5%) and Saudi Arabia (9.6%).
Dry bulk totalled 4.1 million tonnes and was affected by the
decline in cement exports, which began in 2018. Vehicle trade
closed on a negative note for the second consecutive year at
778,000 units (down 4%), due to several factors that affected
both transit (-17%) and exports (-3%). Imports were up 0.1%
year on year.
Port Statistics & Port Services
Liquid bulk achieved a record high for the Port of Barcelona,
totalling 16.1 million tonnes, a year-on-year increase of 5.3%.
This record figure was caused both by good figures for transits
and imports, strengthening the role of the port infrastructure
as a hub for energy products from the Mediterranean and
southern Europe.
56% of cruise passengers are in turnaround
In 2019, the Port of Barcelona received 4.6 million passengers
(+3%), of which 1.49 million were regular ferry line passengers
(+3%) and 3.14 million were cruise-goers (+3%). It is worth
noting the increase in two types of cruise passengers that have
a significant economic impact on the city: those in turnaround
(starting and ending their route in Barcelona) and those that
arrive in the low season.
Turnaround cruise passengers (+5%), who make the largest
economic contribution to the city and its surrounding area,
grew considerably more than those in transit (+1%). At present,
56% of all cruise passengers passing through the Port of
Barcelona are in turnaround.
Port Statistics & Port Services
An emission-neutral port
The Port of Barcelona is making a firm commitment to
sustainability and will invest a great deal of its economic
and human resources in this new decade developing projects
related to the current climate emergency. Europe has set out
on a path to become the first climate-neutral continent in
2050, a Green Deal of which the Port of Barcelona very much
wants to be a part.
The Wharf Electrification Action Plan is one of the key
projects under way to make the port emission-neutral, although
it is not the only one. The push towards intermodality, a
strategy launched several years ago, remains one of the
institution's goals as it promotes more sustainable and less
polluting modes of transport.
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In this connection, it maintained the positive momentum in
terms of goods transported by short sea shipping services in
2019, accounting for over 410,000 intermodal transport units
(ITU), marking a 0.5% increase.
Rail transport also remained at 2018 levels, clocking up 13%
for containers and 35.5% for vehicles. This makes it
possible to reduce the emissions from port activity and
improve the air quality of the surrounding area. Indeed,
rail services at the Port of Barcelona saved 50,000 tonnes
of CO2 in 2019.
Port Statistics & Port Services
Merchandise traffic structure,
2009-2018 (in thousands of tonnes)
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Contained general cargo,
2009-2018
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Rail traffic
The Port of Barcelona is promoting the rail mode as a way of
achieving more efficient and 'cleaner' logistics chains; in
2018 its rail services saved a total of 55,200 tonnes of CO2.
During this financial year, a total of 262,379 TEU (+8%) and
13.3% of all containers handled entered or left the port
facilities by train, as well as 263,953 vehicles (+11%),
increasing the rail share of this product to 36.2%.
Most of the rail traffic of vehicles involved unloading, with
235,828 units for export by sea (+9%), and 28,125 TEU (+28%)
vehicles for export to the hinterland, mostly to European
destinations using UIC gauge tracks.
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Traffic of containers and vehicles
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Short Sea Shipping
In the area of short sea shipping, total Ro-Ro traffic
(carried on truck, platform or trailer) stood at 407,961 ITU
(intermodal transport units), a 3.7% increase year on year.
Virtually two thirds of the total, 253,918 ITU, correspond to
Spanish traffic with the Balearics and Canary Islands, which
is increasing constantly.
Meanwhile, the Motorways of the Sea - regular lines
connecting Barcelona with various destinations in Italy and
North Africa - remained dynamic in 2018, helping to divert
nearly 150,000 trucks from the roads to the maritime mode,
which is more sustainable in economic and environmental
terms.
This figure represents a 7% increase in goods transported by
short sea shipping services that regularly connect with ports
such as Civitavecchia, Genoa, Savona, Livorno, Porto Torres,
Tangier, Algiers and Tunisia
Intermodal transport
*ITU (intermodal transport unit): ITU is considered as any
means, self-propelled or not, used directly or indirectly as
a means of land transport
Port Statistics & Port Services
Port Statistics & Port Services
Vehicle traffic per shipping type (in units)
International vehicle traffic (in units)
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SERVICES PROVIDED
The efficient management of supply chains is the organisations’
greatest concern today, to the extent that the idea has taken
hold that competition does not really happen between companies,
but between logistics chains.
To be the top logistics port in the Mediterranean requires
acknowledging this market reality and adopting the door-to-door
supply chain (understood as an integrated sequence of
transport, warehouses and added value) as the product that the
Port of Barcelona should provide to the market.
SERVICES PROVIDED
Thus, the Port provides an integrated set of transport
services, storage services, complementary services and value
added services that meet market demands. The product of the
Port of Barcelona includes:
› Transport services: by road, rail and sea, long distance,
ports, distribution, etc.
› Storage services: warehouse services, equipment storage,
cargo consolidation and division, etc.
› Complementary services: customs, inspection, cargo
handling, means of transport (including technical services,
nautical, services etc.)
› Value added services: information and traceability, minor
assembly and handling, postponement, and, in general, all
logistics services that can add value to the market.
Port Statistics & Port Services
The Port is an area where all the necessary services are
provided for changing modes of transport. Providing these
services involves carrying out a series of activities
involving various administrations such as Customs, the
Harbourmaster’s Office, the Port Authority, the Border
Inspection Services and others, as well as various types of
private operators such as shipping agents, stevedoring
terminals, freight forwarders, customs agents, etc.
According to the client, port processes are divided into:
› Processes related to merchandise, in which the client is
the importer or exporter. These include transport processes,
which are operations basically provided by private operators,
as well as control and administrative processes.
› Processes related to ships, in which the client is the
shipping company. This includes the management of stopovers
related to administrations and vessel services, provided
basically by authorised operators.
Port Statistics & Port Services
Port Statistics & Port Services
Services provided at the Port of Barcelona
Vessel services Pilotage
Tugboats, Mooring, Waste removal, Provisioning
Goods and passenger services Stowing and unstowing
Transhipment
Loading and unloading, Consolidation and deconsolidation
Transport, Border inspection services, Customs services
Boarding and disembarkation of passengers, Loading and
unloading of vehicles in transit
Auxiliary and complementary services Warehousing, rental of
equipment, packaging services, etc.
Ship repairs, vessel supply, etc., General services of
safety, cleaning, etc.
Services provided by the APB Design, plan, build, conserve
and use the port’s works and services and
maritime signals, Foster industrial and commercial activity
related to maritime and port traffic
Port Statistics & Port Services
Port Operation Softwares
OPEN DATA
The releasing of public data, also known
as Open Data, consists of making public
sector data available to all in
standardized and open digital format. In
the public sector, having access to data
from the administration guarantees
transparency, efficiency and equal
opportunities when it comes to adding
value.
The European Commission considers that
public data must be reused, both by
citizens and companies. This translates
into greater transparency and is a
driving force in the information and
knowledge society, especially for the
digital content sector. For this reason,
favourable legislation in the form of Law
37/2007, of 16th November, on the reuse
of public sector information
has been introduced, supersending
the European Parliament and Council's
Directive 2003/98/CE.
Open Data of the Port of Barcelona
The Port of Barcelona website provides information to the Port
community and the general population in accordance with its
mission to further development of the Port, to generate and
manage infrastructures and to guarantee the reliability of its
services which contribute to the competiveness of its clients
and create value for society. Much of this information has been
on the corporate website for some time under different
sections. The Open Data project goes one step further and makes
all these and other documents available in one single catalogue
in an Open Data format that allows the information to be
reused.
The main groups available in Open Data are:
Addresses Cartography Communication
Cruises ships and Ferries Port Services companies
Monthly traffic statistics EDI files
Tenders Reports Meteorology
Maritime signalling Rail transport services
Port Ships
OPEN DATA
Port Operation Softwares
PORTIC
Portic is the e-commerce platform of the Logistic Community of
the Port of Barcelona. Portic was created to offer the users,
agents and bodies operating in the Port of Barcelona e-
commerce services among companies, and between administrations
and companies. Portic offers the electronic commerce tools
necessary for simplifying, speeding up and bringin down the
costs of exchanges of documents, invoices and payments
associated to the transport of goods, all this in order to
increase the competitiveness of the logistics environment of
the Port of Barcelona.
The mission of Portic is to improve the competitiveness of the
companies in the Port of Barcelona Logistics Community through
a technological platform that facilitates interaction between
members.
The mission of Portic is to improve the competitiveness of the
companies in the Port of Barcelona Logistics Community through
a technological platform that facilitates interaction between
members.
Portic is owned by:
 Barcelona Port Authority
 Official Chamber of Commerce,
 Industry and Navigation of Barcelona
 e-la Caixa
 Sabadell Atlántico Bank
Network
Facilitates simultaneous communication between APB, stevedores,
terminals, customs, forwarders, ship agents, customs agents,
importers and exporters, shipowners.., and reduces transaction
times and costs. lined operations management
Port Operation Softwares
Reengineering
Simplifies and automates the documentary procedures associated
with cargo traffic.
Segurity
Portic guarantees the confidentiality of communications by
means of encryption, verification of the sender’s and
receiver’s identities, document registration and custody,
delivery confirmation, etc.
Uniformity
By harmonizing communication standards, Portic makes it
possible to connect all the different systems in the Port
Community.
Control
Complete traceability makes for more stream
Port Operation Softwares
Port Operation Softwares
Benefits
Efficiency
Less time required to search for and exchange information; fewer
documentation errors, etc...
Operating costs
Less need for couriers, phone calls, etc. and resources for managing
files.
Technology costs
Costs of developing and maintaining applications reduced by using a
platform that allows for connecting the different formats of
different systems.
Segurity
Legal security by establishing a legal framework for the parties;
commercial security by ensuring users in each company receive all
necessary authorizations; and security in terms of data
confidentiality by preventing un authorized access.
Growth
Increased capacity to handle cargo by planning and programming in
real time, proactive management of incidents, etc.
Customer value
Excellence in customer service achieved by offering new services:
real-time information on the status of cargo, possibility of
modifying transport services at any time, etc.
Commercial Information
 Port Tariff
 Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines
Calling the Port)
 Port Investments
 Port Certificates
 Prizes of the Port (if any)
Port Tariff
T-0 TAX FOR NAVIGATION AIDS (LIGHT DUES)
(Title V - Chapter II - Section 5 of the Royal Legislative
Decree 2/2011)
1.- The taxable activity is the using of the service of
maritime signals.
2.- The taxable persons are the shipowner and the master or
skipper.
Should the vessel have an agent, this ship’s agent will be
considered the substitutive taxable person. When vessel is
lying on a facility which has been given under concession or
authorization, the taxable person will be the holder of this
concession or authorization.
3.- The tax is due when the vessel starts receiving the
services within waters of Spanish jurisdiction.
The gross tax payable is the product of the basic amount A
(0,57 €) multiplied per one of the following coefficients:
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Port Tariff
T1 - VESSEL TAX (PORT DUES)
(Title VII - Chapter II - Section 4 - Subsection 1 of the Royal
Legislative Decree 2/2011)
1.- The taxable activity is the using of port waters and service
areas by vessels.
2.- The taxable persons are the ship’s owner and the master.
Should the vessel have an agent, this ship’s agent will be
considered the substitutive taxable person.
3.- The tax is due when the vessel enters waters on the APB
service area.
4.- The gross tax payable is calculated as the product of the
basic amount “B” or “S” (1,43 € or 1,20 € al 2014),
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the correcting coefficient of T-1 tax (to be 1 as set by APB
for 2014) and the applicable coefficients as per below
chart:
Port Tariff
Port Tariff
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Port Tariff
T2 - PASSENGER TAX
(Title VII - Chapter II - Section 4 - Subsection 2 of the
Royal Legislative Decree 2/2011)
1.- The taxable activity is the using of Port fixed
facilities by passengers and their vehicles.
2.- The taxable persons are the shipowner and the master.
Should the vessel have an agent, this ship’s agent to be
considered as substitutive taxable persons.
3.- The tax is due when passengers or associated vehicles
start embarking, disembarking or transiting.
4.- The gross tax payable by every passenger and associated
vehicle is calculated as the product of the basic amount “P”
(P=3,23 € for 2014), the correcting coefficient “1” ( as set
by APB for 2014) and the applicable factors as per below
chart:
Port Tariff
Port Tariff
Port Tariff
TARIFF ON THE SERVICE FOR COLLECTING VESSEL-GENERATED WASTE
(art. 132 of RDL 2/2011)
1. Tariff is payable by any vessel calling at the port,
whether using the service or not.
a. It allows to deliver over a 7-day period the waste types
of annex I and V of MARPOL agreement. The delivery of any
other type of waste or of the above waste outside the
established 7-day period will be paid directly to the company
providing the service.
b. The tariff is payable by the tax paying entity responsible
for the vessel’s Port due’s to the Port Authority
2. The tax will be calculated applying the following rule:
- R1: Base rate. For passengers’ vessels (ferries, Ro-Pax and
cruises) is 75 for the rest 80.
- TB: Coefficients in terms of the vessel GT. Applying the
following formula:
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Only for passenger vessels:
- R2: Fixed duty of 0.25 € applicable per person on board.
- People on board at the vessel arrival (passengers and
crew)
3. If the collecting service is by seaside the L7 fare
will have a surcharge of 25%.
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4. 3 types of discount have been defined about the fix duty,
based on certifications of Maritime Administration (art. 132
chapter 10 of RDL2/2011).
a) Generate reduced amounts of waste (due to environmental
management of the vessel, design, etc.) 20%. The certificate
must indicate for which annex of the MARPOL agreement it is
applicable: Annex I and/or V.
b) No MARPOL I discharge. Delivery and payment in previous
port of call and guarantee of capacity until next port. 50%
c) Short Sea shipping regular traffic with a delivery waste
plan
Percentage by formula (100 x (1-0.30/(n-1)).
n = Average number of different ports of the maritime service
per week.
1/3 discount of the previous one in R1 and 100% in R2, if the
collecting plan is only MARPOL V.
2/3 discount of the previous one in R1 and 0% in R2, if the
collecting plan is only MARPOL I.
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TOWAGE DUES
Port Tariff
5. Exemptions: (art. 132 chapter 11 of RDL 2/2011)
a) Warships
b) Vessels serving the Port Authority, associated with Works
in the port service area, vessels serving the Public
Administrations, those used internal traffics and those used
in the supplying or provisioning of vessels.
c) Fishing vessels
d) Recreational vessels for the authorized use of a maximum
of 12 passengers.
e) Vessels anchoring in areas where no improvement works
have been required and no equipment has been installed to
enable anchoring.
f) Idle vessels which are out of action, vessels afloat
under construction, major repair, transformation or being
scrapped.
Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines
Calling the Port)
Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines
Calling the Port)
Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines
Calling the Port)
Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines
Calling the Port)
Rail logistics operators; APMT Railway, DB Cargo Logistics,
Hupac, Kombiverkehr Deutsche Gesellschaft, Multirail, Renfe
Mercancías, Sicsa Rail Transport, SA, Shuttlewise, Synergy, TP
Nova, Viia Lorry-Rail
Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines
Calling the Port)
APM Terminals Barcelona
Moll Sud
08039 Barcelona
Tel.: 93 441 00 66
Fax: 93 441 04 18
tcb@tcbcn.com
www.apmterminals.com/en/operatio
ns/europe/barcelona-terminal
BEST (Barcelona Europe South
Terminal)
Avda Estany de Port, 91
08820 El Prat de Llobregat
Tel.: 93 508 44 40
Fax: 93 508 44 41
info@best.com.es
www.best.com.es
STEVEDORES
Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines
Calling the Port)
Autoterminal, SA
Moll Dàrsena Sud
08039 Barcelona
Tel.: 93 223 48 33
Fax: 93 223 42 68
correogeneral@autoterminal.es
www.autoterminal.es
Coma y Ribas, SL
c/ Obradors, 7
Polígon Industrial Santiga
08130 Santa Pertètua de Mogoda
Tel.: 93 302 14 14
Fax: 93 301 07 49
comayribas@gcatrans.com
www.comayribas.com
Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines
Calling the Port)
Grimaldi Terminal de Barcelona,
SL
Moll Costa s/n
Edifici GLE
Tel.: 93 502 04 35
info@grimaldilogistica.com
www.grimaldi-lines.com
Hijo de Jose Mª Masiques, SA
Dos de Maig , 236-240
08013 Barcelona
Tel.: 93 268 44 66
Fax: 93 315 01 30
direccion.masiques@masiques.co
m
www.masiques.com
Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines
Calling the Port)
Terminal Port-Nou
Moll Adossat
Tel.: 93 227 38 00
Fax: 93 441 21 05
portnou@portnou.com
www.portnou.com
Ergransa,SA
Moll Contradic
08039 Barcelona
Tel.: 93 443 37 16
Fax: 93 442 20 28
silo@ergransa.es
www.ergransa.es
Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines
Calling the Port)
AGENCIES
Agunsa Europa, SA
Avda Drassanes, 6-8, 2n 5a
Edifici Colon
08001 Barcelona
Tel.: 93 131 70 22 - 93 223 80 03
barcelona@agunsaeuropa.com
www.agunsaeuropa.com
Alfa Customs, SA
Avda. Drassanes, 6-8, 18a pl
Edifici Colom
08001 Barcelona
Tel.: 93 567 77 00
Fax: 93 567 77 17
barcelona@alfaship.com
www.alfaship.com
Arkas Spain, SA
Paseo de la Alameda, 34, 6a pl
46023 Valencia
Tel.: 96 044 00 60
Fax: 96 044 00 61
arkas-spain@arkas-spain.com
www.arkasline.com
Arola, Aduanas y Consignaciones, SL
Palaudarias, 11-13 Interior
08004 Barcelona
Tel.: 93 324 94 94
Fax: 93 324 94 93
bcnagency@arola.com
www.arola.es
Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines
Calling the Port)
Hapag Lloyd Spain, SL
Comtal, 32, 3r, 3a
08002 Barcelona
Tel.: 93 343 60 00
Fax: 93 412 13 16
www.hapag-lloyd.com
CMA CGM Ibérica SAU
Av. Ports d'Europa, 100, 4a pl
Service Center
08040 Barcelona
Tel.: 93 319 68 00
Fax: 93 319 77 21
ibc.genmbox@cma-cgm.com
www.cma-cgm.com
Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines
Calling the Port)
Cosco Shipping Lines Spain,
SA
Casanova, 2
08011 Barcelona
Tel.: 93 304 71 26
Fax: 93 304 71 28
barcelona@coscospain.com
www.coscospain.com
Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines
Calling the Port)
FREIGHT FORWARDERs
A. Hartrodt España, SA
Mar Roja, 51-55, Nave A-4 -1
Zona de Activitats Logístiques
08040 Barcelona
Tel.: 93 378 99 70 Fax: 93 378 99 79
hartrodtbcn@hartrodt.es
www.hartrodt.com
Acciona Forwarding, SA
Pg Zona Franca, 69-73, 2ª planta
Edif. Acciona
08038 Barcelona
Tel.: 93 262 31 31
Fax: 93 262 31 81
a.astort@accionafwd.com
www.acciona.es
Acirfa Shipping International
Portal de l'Àngel, 4
08002 Barcelona
Tel.: 93 105 14 74
Fax: 93 275 31 47
info@acirfa.es
www.acirfa.es/es
Aduanas Ginjaume, SA
Puig i Xoriguer, 17, planta baixa
08004 Barcelona
Tel.: 93 443 95 60
Fax: 93 441 37 79
agsa@agsa.es
www.agsa.es
Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines
Calling the Port)
Aduanas Llobet, SL
Av. Drassanes, 6,
Edif. Colón, planta 1, dptx. 2-3
08001 Barcelona
Tel.: 93 342 60 17
Fax: 93 318 64 90
llobet@aduanasllobet.com
www.aduanasllobet.com
Aduanas Pujol Rubió, SA
c/E cantonada c/ 4 - Sector C PI
Zona Franca
08040 Barcelona
Tel.: 93 260 70 00
Fax: 93 260 70 07
apr@apr.es
www.apr.es
Aduaport, SA
Carrer 114 - Nau 15 Pol. Ind.
Pratenc
08820 El Prat de LLobregat
Tel.: 93 479 08 50
Fax: 93 370 42 83
aduaport@aduaport.es
www.aduaport.es
Agencia Fernández de Sola, SL
Pujades, 77-79, 8a planta, portes 3
i 4
08005 Barcelona
Tel.: 90 236 44 83
Fax: 93 221 86 83
afdsola@afdsola.com
www.afdsola.com
Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines
Calling the Port)
NVOCC (non-vessel operating common carrier)
AGC Newtral, SA
Cal Fernando, 15 ZAL II
08820 El Prat de Llobregat
Tel.: 93 557 93 70
Fax: 93 567 07 07
bcn@agcnewtral.com
www.agcnewtral.com
CMS Spain
Aragó, 182, 3a planta
08011 Barcelona
Tel.: 93 193 57 37
Fax: 93 226 98 84
info@cmsgroup.com.sg
www.cpworldgroup.com
Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines
Calling the Port)
CP World Spain, SL
Plaça Urquinaona, 6
08010 Barcelona
Tel.: 93 481 64 88
Fax: 93 302 53 08
n.martin@es.cpworldgroup.com
www.cpworldgroup.com
Eculine Spain
Cal Lluquer, 15
ZAL II
08820 El Prat de Llobregat
Tel.: 93 412 00 61
Fax: 93 412 67 23
ecubcn@ecubcn.eculine.net
www.eculine.net
Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines
Calling the Port)
Euro Mundo Logistics
Aragó, 182, 3a pl
08011 Barcelona
Tel.: 93 226 96 11
Fax: 93 226 98 84
info@emlneutral.com
www.emlneutral.com
Globelink Uniexco, SL
Ptge. Martinica, 2-4
ZAL
08040 Barcelona
Tel.: 93 268 75 75
Fax: 93 319 96 70
uniexco@gl-uniexco.com
www.gl-uniexco.com
Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines
Calling the Port)
Efficiency Network transport companies
Alvimar Arrastre de Contenedores
Marítimo, SL
Carrer B, nº 13-15 Sector B –
Planta 1 Oficina 1
Zona Franca
08040 Barcelona
Tel.: 93 262 34 18
Avanza Logistics, SL
Acer, 30 - Oficina B-19
08038 Barcelona
Tel.: 93 223 07 12
Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines
Calling the Port)
Butransa, SA
PI Zona Franca - Sector E
Carrer L, núm. 2
08040 Barcelona
Tel.: 93 223 77 90
Fax: 93 223 77 91
butransa@butransa.es
www.butransa.es
Càrrega i Transport de
Contenidors, SL
Passeig de l'Agrícola, s/n, 2a
planta C203
08039 Barcelona
Tel.: 93 223 00 19
Fax: 93 223 73 95
jgarrido@ctcgrupo.es
www.ctcgrup.eu
Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines
Calling the Port)
Logicport, SA
C/ 60, 25-27, des. C-5
08040 Barcelona
Tel.: 93 223 22 70
Fax: 93 223 37 82
administracion@logicport.es
Logmarfer, SL
Pg Josep Carner, s/n
Estació Adif Morrot
08038 Barcelona
Tel.: 93 441 91 67
Fax: 93 443 72 72
www.logmarfer.com
Port Investments
The strategy developed in recent years has made these results
possible. It is a strategy based on three pillars:
 investment in first-level infrastructure under a public-
private collaboration model;
 powerful connectivity with the hinterland—a network of
internal maritime terminals connected to the Port by rail,and,
 a clear orientation towards consumers and the production of
activity.
Port Investments
Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and
sustainable industrialisation and foster innovation.
Infrastructure investments are fundamental to achieving
sustainable development. The growth of the Port has been
possible thanks to a consolidation of infrastructure and its
continuous improvement, with an extension of the investments
year after year. In addition to improving infrastructure,
Port organisations have fostered research, investigation and
innovation.
› 47.3 km of railroad track within the Port precinct.
› 61% of private investment over total investment.
› 4.5% of investment in R&D&I (research, development
and innovation )over total investment.
› 187,808 euros received for R&D&I projects.
Port Investments
PUBLIC AND PRIVATE INVESTMENT
Public investment allows the Port to consolidate and improve
the competitiveness of the organisations working there. In
order to remain financially sustainable, investment must be
made in the Port’s infrastructure and surroundings, as
public investment favours and facilitates private investment.
Private companies’ commitment to the Port of Barcelona
indicates their confidence in capturing future traffic.
Of the total investment made in
2018, 39% was public and 61% was
private.
Port Investments
Port Investments
INVESTMENT IN R&D&I
Investment in research, development and innovation (R&D&I) is
a strategic commitment that companies need to continue to be
competitive. The R&D investment of the organisations surveyed
in 2018 was 4.5% of the total investment. There was a
considerable decrease compared to 2017, when this share was
12.5%.
Port Investments
FINANCIAL AID RECEIVED
The Port of Barcelona has continued to
participate in various international
projects that receive financial aid from
the European Union. TABLE ECO. 24. Of the
organisations that participated in this
Sectoral Sustainability Report for the
year 2018, 13.3% received financial aid
from the state or the European Union.
The total aid received, whether in
R&D&I, infrastructure or other
projects, amounts to 2,718,825.18 E.
These figures are well above those
of 2017 (439,386.48 euros). This
significant variation is explained by
the high amount of some of these
received subsidies and investments and
the rise in the number of organisations
receiving aid, which was 9.5% in 2017.
Port Investments
Civil engineering works new syncrolift on Catalunya wharf
The platform will be approximately 80m long and 20m wide.
Longitudinally, on both sides of the platform there will be a
structure able to withstand the weight of the vessels to be
lifted.
PERFORMANCE TIME: 24 months (in progress)
AWARDING BUDGET: € 23,871,658
Port Investments
Increasing the draught of moll Álvarez de la Campa
(Iberpotash-Tramer)
Increase the draught of Álvarez de la Campa Wharf up to the -14 metre
line and that of the access channel to -14.50 m, in addition to
building a new beam lane for the front leg of the new cranes, based
on micro-props. The works project also includes providing the new
nautical equipment in the area of action, protection against
subsidence and other facilities and services.
PERFORMANCE TIME: 9 months (completed) INVESTMENT: € 5,133,542.79
Port Investments
Extension of the Adossat wharf 2nd Phase b (multipurpose
terminal)
The second alignment of the Adossat dock has been extended to
generate an additional berthing line 290 l.m long and 16 m deep.
In the short and medium term the intention is to expand the
adjacent container terminal, and in the medium and long term to
allow cruise ships to berth there.
PERFORMANCE TIME: 22 months
INVESTMENT: € 23,593,113.21
Port Investments
EU PROJECTs
In addition to developing the various European projects that
the Port is leading to promote natural gas as a mobility fuel
for boats, trucks and terminal machinery, the Port and
several partners have promoted the RePort project. This is an
important initiative to promote natural gas in freight
transport, with the engine overhauling of 26 trucks to the
dual system (diesel and gas).
Port Investments
Port Investments
RePort
Project description:
EcoMobility, one of the five RIS3CAT communities granted in
2015, is a cluster of companies and research institutions,
created with the purpose of reducing contamination caused by
transport. Within the EcoMobility Community, the Port of
Barcelona is the leader of the RePort Project.
The RePort project aims at reducing the air pollutant and
acoustic emissions at the Port, in order to improve the air
quality of Barcelona.
The main goal of the RePort project is to develop an
innovative technology to convert Diesel engines into Dual-
Fuel ones, making it possible for them to run on gas, which
is more sustainable.
Port Investments
Objectives: The main objectives of the RePort action are:
· To reduce CO, HC, NOx and PM emissions, as well as acoustic
emissions, caused by truck transportation of goods from the
Port to the distribution areas.
· To gather information on these emissions.
· To improve the existent technology in Dual-Fuel engines.
· Share the results obtained in order to promote the usage of
natural gas, as a standard fuel, in the supply chain of
goods.
Identification: Project proposal: EMO/1160/2015
Commission decision: EMO/1822/2015
Project planning: Starting date: 4th January 2016
End date: February 2020 Status: On-going
Budget: Costs Eco Mobility Community:: 7,092,478.97€
Total eligible costs RePort: 1,610,884.41€
RIS3CAT contribution: 689,899.50€
em>RIS3CAT funding: 42.83% APB funding: 32,696.14€
Support Program:
RePort activities:
· Develop the technology base necessary to transform
Diesel vehicles into Dual-Fuel ones.
· Study the methodology to apply which maximizes the
benefits of the Dual-Fuel system, as well as reducing the
pollutant emissions.
· Pilot tests with LNG on vehicles.
· The systems will be developed so that they can be
installed in Euro IV and Euro V vehicles.
· Define and establish the logistics supply chain for LNG
and CNG, in order to fulfill future demand of natural gas
for vehicles.
The Barcelona Port Authority coordinates the different
activities within the project to ensure the correct
development and cohesion of the Action.
This project has been cofinanced by the European Union through the
European Regional Development Fund.
Port Investments
MiRO 2
Project description: The action of the global project aims to
launch an innovative multimodal combined transport service
between Barcelona and Paris (Rungis), offering a sustainable,
innovative, efficient and reliable multimodal solution to
shift semi-trailers from the road to the rail.
The aim of the Action is to build two multimodal terminals,
one in Barcelona and the other in Rungis, to implement a rail
motorway service between these cities in order to meet the
increasing freight service demand in the proposed corridor
For Barcelona, the Action involves the construction of a new
rail motorway terminal to transport trailers on the surface
of the former Llobregat riverbed. The Port of Barcelona will
conduct the necessary preparations in order to adequate the
land prior to construction.
Port Investments
Port Investments
Objectives:
The main objectives of the Action are:
• Optimisation of two TENT-T Corridors (Mediterranean and
North Sea-Mediterranean) and partially the Core Network Dijon
– Paris to ensure tail transportation as a substitute to
road.
• Elimination of bottlenecks in the cross-border section
between France and Spain, specifically in the location of La
Jonquera. Overcoming bottlenecks that exist in the border
between France and Spain would be the most significant
challenge in the optimisation of the Mediterranean Corridor.
• Improvement of the interoperability and connection between
France and Spain. There exists a rail gauge difference due to
different railway standards between the involved countries
and is a well-known obstacle for the development for cross-
border rail traffic.
• To reduce environmental impact, carbon footprint and
greenhouse gas emissions.
Port Investments
MiRO 2
Identification: Project proposal: 2018-EU-TM-0110-W
Agreement No: INEA/CEF/TRAN/M2018/1799131
Project planning:
Starting date: February 2019 End date: December 2023
Status:On-going
Budget:
Total eligible costs: 127,357,355 €
TEN-T contribution: 25,471,471 €
TEN-T funding: 20%
APB funding: 11,080,000€
Support Program:
Port Investments
Core LNGas Hive
The Directive 2014/94/EU of the European Parliament and of the
Council of 22 October 2014 on the deployment of alternative fuels
infrastructure defines a common framework of measures for the
deployment of alternative fuels infrastructure in the European Union
in order to minimise dependence on oil and to mitigate the
environmental impact of transport.
The Action's overall objective is to foster LNG use in the Iberian
Peninsula and in the EU, supporting the deployment of LNG
infrastructure for maritime transport and ports operations along the
Spanish and Portuguese sections of the Atlantic and Mediterranean
Core Network Corridors in line with the corresponding Corridor Work
Plans. Therefore, it significantly contributes to the European
alternative fuels implementation strategy. The Action, including
studies and real-life pilot deployments, is implemented in Spain and
Portugal.
Port Investments
Objectives:
The main objectives of the Action are:
· To contribute to the Spanish and Portuguese National Policy
Frameworks (NPF), bringing institutional and technological
progress to a same pace, in view of fulfilling the
requirements of the Directive 2014/94/EU.
· To provide a roadmap and an investment plan to scale up the
results of the 11 integrated pilot deployments, in order to
reach a larger commercial roll out of LNG infrastructure and
equipment for maritime transport and port services along the
two Corridors in the Iberian Peninsula. This objective will
be met by deploying and operating 11 real-life trials in
Spain; and by addressing the lack of a harmonised and
coordinated approach to LNG logistics, infrastructure and
equipment development that prevents the economies of scale on
demand and supply for the roll out of LNG as fuel for
transport.
Port Investments
APB participation:
The APB takes part in the project developing four activities:
· Transformation of the barge in order to supply LNG to the
vessels.
· Design of a tugboat propelled by an LNG engine.
· Construction of a ro-ro vessel with a mobile gas generating
unit during the hoteling.
· Adaptation of two Straddle Carriers to LNG engine.
Expected results:
· To offer the know-how to other European countries for the
development and expansion of the LNG sector.
· To develop a safe and efficient integrated logistics and
supply chain for LNG in the transport industry, particularly
for maritime transport of the Iberian Peninsula.
· The promotion of clean energy for transportation driven by
the European Union.
Port Investments
Identification: Project proposal: 2014-EU-TM-0732-S
Agreement No: INEA/CEF/TRAN/M2014/1026196
Project planning: Starting date: January 2014
End date: December 2020 Status: On-going
Participants: Project leader: Enagas Transporte, S.A.U.
Project partners: Port de Barcelona, Port de
Valencia, Fundación Valenciaport, A.P. Gijón, A.P. de
Cartagena, A.P. de Tarragona, Puertos del Estado, DGMM, A.P.
Vigo, A.P. Tenerife, and up to 42 partners.
States involved: Spain and Portugal.
Budget: Total eligible costs: 33,295,760 €
TEN-T contribution: 16,647,880€
TEN-T funding: 50%
APB funding: 326,625€
Support Program:
Port Certificates & Prizes of the Port
ESPO CONGRATULATES PORT OF BARCELONA, PORT OF VIGO AND PORT
OF BAKU FOR GETTING ECOPORTS’ ENVIRONMENTAL STANDARD (PERS -
Port Environmental Review System) / 17 October 2019
ESPO congratulates Port of Barcelona (Spain), Port of Vigo
(Spain) and Port of Baku (Azerbaijan) for getting EcoPorts’
environmental management standard (PERS). Isabelle Ryckbost,
ESPO’s Secretary General, handed over the PERS certificates
to the ports’ representatives during the Green Port Congress
in Oslo.
Compliance with the EcoPorts’ PERS standard is independently
assessed by Lloyd’s Register and the certificate has a
validity of two years. EcoPorts’ PERS is revised after the
2-year period to make sure that the port continues to meet
the requirements.
PERS
Port Certificates & Prizes of the Port
The ZAL Port of Barcelona gets the ISO 14001 certificate
01/28/2016
CILSA organization which manages the ZAL of the Port of Barcelona,
received on 14th January 2016 the certificate of management system
environmental ISO 14001:2004 granted by Bureau Veritas Certification,
thanks to the compliance with the highest environmental standards in
the management of the area of logistics activities of the Port of
Barcelona, for the maintenance and upkeep of common areas.
The certificate certifies that the ZAL of the Port of Barcelona, in
compliance with the requirements established by the standard ISO
14001 and that it has implemented an environmental management system
that helps to prevent environmental impacts, minimize the consumption
of non-renewable energy and promote the use of best available
technologies.
Highlights of this system of environmental improvement, - among
others - aspects as relevant as the optimization of waste,
minimization of impacts of activities and facilities, investigation
of environmental incidents that occur, or environmental emergency
response and the latest measures as it is the replacement of street
lighting of ZAL by lighting LED, that allows energy substantial
savings by making efficient use of energy In addition to that greatly
attenuates CO₂ emissions.
Source:
 http://www.portdebarcelona.cat/
 2018 Sectoral Sustainability Plan, Annual Report,
 Code of Ethics of the Port Authority of Barcelona,
 D1.5 Port of the Future concepts, topics and projects -
draft for experts validation.docx Deliverable D1.5 Date:
5th November 2018,
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Port business term paper

  • 2. DOKUZ EYLUL UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES MARITIME BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DIY 2036 – PORT AND TERMINAL MANAGEMENT PREPARED BY Capt. Barış TEMEL Instructor: Asst. Prof. Dr. Gamze ARABELEN İZMİR 2020
  • 3. Contents:  Managerial & Organizational Information  Technical Information  Commercial Information  References (Bibliography)  Attachments (if any) covid etkileri de sorabiliriz
  • 4.  General Information about the Port  Mission of the Port  Vision of the Port  Port Values, Principles, etc.  Port Ownership and Management Type  Port Organization Structure – Port Organization Chart  Human Resource Strategies / Philosophy  Strategic plans  CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social responsibility)
  • 5. General Information about the Port The Port of Barcelona (Puerto de Barcelona) has a 2000-year history and great contemporary commercial importance as one of Europe's major ports in the Mediterranean, as well as being Catalonia's largest port, tying with Tarragona. It is also Spain's third and Europe's ninth largest Container port, with a trade volume of 3.32 million TEUs in 2019. The port is managed by the Port Authority of Barcelona. Its 7.86 km2 (3 sq mi) are divided into three zones: Port Vell (the Old Port), the commercial/industrial port, and the logistics port (Barcelona Free Port). This is not the only port in Barcelona, as there are also two additional yacht harbors/marinas: Port Olimpic and Port Fòrum Sant Adrià to the north.
  • 6. General Information about the Port In common with much of Western Europe, the older traditional industries in Spain, such as textiles, declined in the face of foreign competition. The surviving companies closed their factories in the city or along the rivers, leaving industrial wastelands or abandoned workers' colonies. In many cases within Spain, these industries moved to the zona Franca. The free trade zone is located within the port area, not far away from downtown Barcelona, and is easy to access. It is 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) away from the Barcelona International Airport and connected via highway and railway. Port of Barcelona at night view of the quay near Barcelona Cruise Port Terminal. Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain Business investors here rent offices or bonded warehouse. They can also elect to purchase land to erect their own buildings
  • 7. Barcelona before the Port Barcelona began life as a settlement on a gentle slope leading down to the sea, which allowed it to expand unimpeded. However, the sea-level city had little to attract shipping, as it did not have a natural harbour like Genoa's Porto Vecchio or Marseille. The coastal waters also generated a constant build-up of sand. The coastal area needed protection and deeper waters to provide access for ships and goods. The city's inhabitants understood the importance of having a port and battled to create one.
  • 8. The medieval shipyards - S. XIV The idea of a royal shipyard was conceived under Pedro III and construction work began. Building was halted by storms and resumed in 1378 as part of the City of Barcelona’s efforts to win its way into King Pedro IV’s good graces. The result was the Drassanes shipyards (now home to the Maritime Museum), which reflected the city’s desire to develop much- needed maritime commerce. The Industrial Revolution - S. XIX Over the course of the century, most sailing ships were replaced by steam-powered vessels. This shift dramatically improved ship speeds (as much as 5 to 6 knots) and size (maximum loads of up to 10,000 tons) but also resulted in greater specialisation. On December 11th 1868, the Ministry of Public Works approved the creation of the Port Works Committee, which comprised merchants, ship owners and sailors. The first meeting of the Works Committee approved the construction of the first north-south wharf, which was built between 1877 and 1882 on the site of the current Barcelona wharf.
  • 9. Infrastructure stagnates 1913 – 1977 For a long time, traffic came to a virtual standstill because of the instability caused by two World Wars, the Spanish Civil War and General Franco's 40-year dictatorship. Starting in 1958 the expansion to the south and in 1966 began the construction of an inland port with the dredging of the Llobregat delta area and an increase of the port area of 250 hectares.
  • 10. Mission & Vision of the Port and Port Values The Barcelona Port Authority has established its mission as an organisation, its vision -that is, what it aspires to be in future- and the values that must guide its behaviour as an institution. The entire organisation strives day after day to achieve these goals: Mission To lead the development of the Port of Barcelona, to generate and manage infrastructures and to guarantee reliable services in order to contribute to clients' competitiveness and create value for society at large. Vision Barcelona: Europe's port solution in the Mediterranean Values 1 - Appreciation for and commitment to people, 2 - Ethical and professional management, 3 - Client orientation, 4 - Social responsibility, 5 – Innovation,
  • 11. Port Ownership and Management Type The Spanish State Port System is composed of 46 ports of general interest, managed by 28 Port authorities, whose coordination and efficiency control corresponds to the Ports of the State company, a body under the Ministry of Public Works that is responsible for the execution of the Government's ports policy. Port activity and maritime transport contribute 20% to the GDP of the transport sector. The Law provides the Spanish port system with the necessary instruments to improve its competitive position in an open and globalized market, establishing a management autonomy regime for the Port Authorities, which must exercise their activity with business criteria. Spanish Port Authority Model Within this framework, it is intended that the management of ports of general interest respond to the so-called "landlord" model, in which the Port Authority is limited to being a provider of infrastructure and port land and to regulate the use of this public domain, while the services are mainly provided by private operators under authorization or concession regime.
  • 12. Port Ownership and Management Type In November 1992, the central body Ports of the State was created by the Spanish government which brought the end to the Autonomous (PUBLIC/Private Port) Port of Barcelona. Since then the port is operated by Barcelona Port Authority. Barcelona Port Authority (APB) is the governing body responsible for managing the Port of Barcelona. It reports to the Spanish National Ports and Harbour Authority, which implements government port policy. Ports of the State is a Stated-owned Company, responsible for the management of state-owned ports. The company executes the port policy of the Government and coordinates and controls the efficiency of the port system, made up of 28 Port authorities that manage the 46 ports of general interest. This company, along with ENAIRE, exists for a constititional mandate in Article 149, which grants the State the exclusive competence of ports and airports.
  • 13. Members of State's Ports The Spanish State Port System is composed of 46 ports of general interest, managed by 28 Port authorities, whose coordination and efficiency control corresponds to the Ports of the State company, a body under the Ministry of Public Works that is responsible for the execution of the Government's ports policy. Port activity and maritime transport contribute 20% to the GDP of the transport sector. The Law provides the Spanish port system with the necessary instruments to improve its competitive position in an open and globalized market, establishing a management autonomy regime for the Port Authorities, which must exercise their activity with business criteria. Spanish Port Authority Model Within this framework, it is intended that the management of ports of general interest respond to the so-called "landlord" model, in which the Port Authority is limited to being a provider of infrastructure and port land and to regulate the use of this public domain, while the services are mainly provided by private operators under authorization or concession regime. Port Ownership and Management Type
  • 14. The 28 port authorities are: AP La Coruña AP Alicante AP Almería AP Avilés AP Baleares AP Barcelona AP Bilbao AP Cartagena AP Castellón AP Ceuta AP Ferrol-S.Cibrao AP Gijón AP Huelva AP Bahía de Algeciras AP Bahía de Cádiz AP Las Palmas AP Málaga AP Marín y Ría de Pontevedra AP Melilla AP Motril AP Pasajes AP Santa Cruz de Tenerife AP Santander AP Sevilla AP Tarragona AP Valencia AP Vigo AP Villagarcía de Arosa Port Ownership and Management Type
  • 15. Port Ownership and Management Type Under the provisions of Spanish Law 33/2010 of 5 August 2010, amending Law 48/2003 of 26 November 2003 on the financial and services regime for ports of general interest, the APB is required to fulfill the following functions: - Providing general port services; authorising and monitoring basic port services, - Managing the port service area and port use, - Planning, design, construction, maintenance and operations pertaining to works, port services and navigational aids, - Managing the public port area and area covered by the navigational aids, - Managing the port's financial assets and resources, - Promoting industrial and commercial activities linked to maritime transport and port traffic, - Coordinating operations involving different transport modes within the port precinct,
  • 16. Port Organization Structure – Port Organization Chart
  • 17. Port Organization Structure – Port Organization Chart Management Board President : Mrs. Mercè Conesa i Pagès Ex officio member : Mr. Francisco J. Valencia Alonso Harbourmaster : General manager (no councilor) Mr. José Alberto Carbonell Camallonga Representing the State General Administration Mrs. Cristina Ozores Jack Public Prosecutor : Mr. Álvaro Sánchez Manzanares Spanish Government Delegate Representing the Administration of the Catalonian Government Mr. Antoni Llobet de Pablo Mr. Xavier Tàrraga Martínez Mr. Jordi Trius Traserra Mr. Emili Sanz Martínez
  • 18. Representing the Councils the cities related with the port service area Mrs. Janet Sanz Cid Second deputy mayor of the City Council of Barcelona Mr. Lluís Mijoler Mayor - President of the City Council of El Prat de Llobregat Chamber of Commerce of Barcelona Mr. Xabier María Vidal Niebla President of Association of stevedoring companies Mr. José Pérez Domínguez Port Organization Structure – Port Organization Chart
  • 19. Human Resource Strategies Staff strategy All of the annual objectives set in the Staff plan 2017- 2020 were achieved during 2018. The organisation's staff policy is based, inter alia, on selecting high-potential and performance personnel; differential performance as a basis for professional development; the momentum of more horizontal structures that allow talent to emerge; promoting the healthy company, and improving the key processes that define the relationship between people and the company in the long term. Structure, equality and diversity The organisation's workforce has the following characteristics:  The proportion of men to women is 70% / 30%,  The majority age range of workers is 51 to 60 years.  The greatest number of workers are in the category of people with at least 30 years' service at the Port Authority.
  • 20. 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 People covered by the agreement 446 454 457 464 464 People not covered by the agreement (managers) 70 69 69 70 71 TOTAL 516 523 526 534 535 Progression of the workforce 2014 - 2018 Human Resource Strategies
  • 21. Staff by age ranges in 2018 16-30 years 31-40 years 41-50 years 51-60 years 61-70 years TOTAL Men 21 64 116 131 51 383 Women 3 31 58 46 14 152 TOTAL 24 95 174 177 65 535 Human Resource Strategies
  • 22. Equality and diversity The Standing Committee for Equality registered no incidents related to equality and/or harassment in 2018. Efforts continued to implement actions under the 2017-2019 Equality Plan and to publicise this via the Port's website along with a revision of measures in accordance with labour regulations. Social Benefits In compliance with the instructions of Puertos del Estado, as indicated by the Executive Committee of the Inter-ministerial Commission on Remuneration (CECIR), the organisation had cut social fund contributions by 75% over the past three years, therefore its use was very limited. Furthermore, in accordance with Law 6/2018 of 3 July 2018 on the General State Budget for 2018, the contributions by the promoter of the pension plan for employees was suspended for the entire year. Human Resource Strategies
  • 23. Training A total of 346 training activities were carried out in 2018, aimed at worker groups and individual employees, (1) total number of students who completed training activities (2) number of hours for each activity per number of students who completed activities (3) these data correspond to training activities started and finished in 2018. However it is worth pointing out that 30 training activities that started in 2016 and 2017 were completed in 2018 and that 32 training activities that were started remain open and are scheduled for completion in 2019 and/or 2020. Human Resource Strategies
  • 24. Training Plan (TP) Training (1) Students (2) Satisfaction Training hours (3) Public Management TP 3 83.00 8.44 210.50 Digital Skills and Innovation TP 56 525.00 7.90 1,035.00 Sustainability TP 3 3.00 8.75 13.00 Port police TP 21 210.00 7.49 2,798.00 Languages TP 101 218.00 9.32 4,634.50 Specific TP 56 239.00 8.94 5,851.75 Skills TP 100 135.00 7.97 3,754.00 Managers TP 6 6.00 10.00 80.00 TOTAL 346 1,419 8.60 18,376.75 Human Resource Strategies
  • 25. The number of students increased this year, in spite of only a small decrease in the number of training activities. Satisfaction levels were also up and remain above 8.5 out of 10 across the board. Specific Training Plan The actions under this plan were significant in 2018 and include targeted actions for a particular area, department or section, for a particular worker or for specific profiles. The plan excludes specific actions which, owing to their nature, personality and volume, have their own training plan: those aimed at the Port Police; others linked to the skills management system; sustainability; managerial development; and those related to language learning. Digital Skills and Innovation Training Plan Following the migration of all the email addresses in the organisation, there was a considerable increase in this plan's activity, with sessions held to publicise the new tool. The sessions were coordinated with the entire migration process and led by Information Systems. Human Resource Strategies
  • 26. Vocational Training Plan Work continued with the vocational training plan defined jointly with the Institute of Public Safety of Catalonia. The plan, designed for a roll-out over four years, from 2015-2018, has now ended and involved nine training actions performed with eight training groups each (72 training groups), a total of 118 students and more than 9,700 training hours. The other training plans remained active as every year and various training activities were performed. Intermodal Transport This training centre, of which the Port of Barcelona is a shareholder, received 3,100 people from 45 different countries this year. 1,300 of these people participated in training courses and 1,800 went on a technical visit to the Port of Barcelona. Human Resource Strategies
  • 27. A total of 87 training activities were carried out, on the following topics:  maritime intermodality and Motorways of the Sea,  rail intermodality,  grouping and consolidation centres,  port operations,  single window, Furthermore, the European School was the fundamental axis of two training projects: Train at the Port, led by the Steering Council for the Promotion of the Port Community, received 434 Transport and Logistics and International Trade students from the metropolitan area of Barcelona. TranslogMed, begun by the School in 2018, aims to train people who can develop door-to-door logistics chains based on Motorways of the Sea between Mediterranean ports. Conferences were held in Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria along with courses with 50 participants from these three countries. Human Resource Strategies
  • 28. Strategic Plans The Port’s growth must be based on criteria of economic, social and environmental sustainability that foster its competitiveness in the expanded hinterland”, Third Strategic Plan of the Port of Barcelona The president: One of the strategic pillars of the Port of Barcelona is to guarantee its sustainable growth, in line with the United Nations Global Compact and 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), to which we are firmly committed. This means enhancing the economic, social and environmental value that our infrastructure provides to society: a contribution on three levels that the Port Community generates collectively, with all the many different actors and professional profiles that it entails.
  • 29. In addition to developing the various European projects that the Port is leading to promote natural gas as a mobility fuel for boats, trucks and terminal machinery, the Port and several partners (including ATEC, ACCIÓ and Naturgy) have promoted the RePort project. This is an important initiative to promote natural gas in freight transport, with the engine overhauling of 26 trucks to the dual system (diesel and gas). Strategic alliances with international ports to further reduce polluting emissions and the decarbonisation of maritime transport has been another major line of action. The World Ports Sustainability Programme, promoted by the International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH), and the World Ports Climate Action Programme (WPCAP), are the two networks in which the Port of Barcelona has been actively integrated to combine effort in the field of environmental sustainability. Strategic Plans
  • 30. The Port of Barcelona launched the Third Strategic Plan for the purpose of becoming the main logistics node in southern Europe and the Mediterranean, while also serving as a centre for concentrating and distributing loads. The mission, vision and strategic objective of the Port of Barcelona are set forth in this Strategic Plan. The vision of the Port de Barcelona, which specifies where the Port wants to be in the near future, is defined by the motto: “Barcelona, the European port solution in the Mediterranean”. Strategic Plans
  • 31. The strategic aim of the Port of Barcelona, which carries out its vision, is “to be the top Euroregional distribution centre on the Mediterranean, in competition with the ports of northern Europe”. Achieving this goal requires: ›› Transforming the Port of Barcelona into a centre for concentrating, distributing and processing cargo with a more extensive hinterland than before, ›› Developing a “networked port” by organising multimodal transport corridors and creating internal maritime terminals ›› Fostering alternative modes of transport to road haulage, especially rail transport and short sea shipping lines, ›› I mproving port operations and cutting their cost to be more competitive than other ports in the circulation of goods, ›› Offering shippers a new value proposition with the full involvement of the entire Port Community. Strategic Plans
  • 32. The strategic objectives that must strengthen the Port of Barcelona’s position and progress to achieve its vision in terms of sustainability include: ›› OE9: Improving accessibility and mobility, ›› OE10: Fostering intermodality, ›› OE11: Growing sustainably, ›› OE12: Improving port-city integration, ›› OE13: Being one of the main pools of the nautical industry in the Mediterranean, Strategic Plans
  • 33. CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social responsibility) In terms of employment, the organisations of the Barcelona Port Community directly and indirectly generate a total of 41,200 jobs. This accounts for 1.1% of all employment in Catalonia. It is complex to calculate exactly how many people work at the Port of Barcelona, given the high number of companies, agencies and public administrations operating there. Figures on the jobs created directly by the Port are extrapolated from data provided by the Port Community organisations that responded to the survey question about the number of employees. The organisations for which information is available employ 6,446 people. Assuming a total of 500 organisations, linear extrapolation leads to an order of magnitude of 42,973 employees. According to the estimates of the Port Authority, about 650 people employed by different public administrations are dedicated to port services
  • 34. CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social responsibility)
  • 35. CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social responsibility) If we analyse the typical job at the organisations of the Port of Barcelona, we see that there is a high number of people employed with a permanent fulltime work contract, with men predominating in the various occupations. The proportion of employees with a permanent work contract is 80.3%, a 4.5% drop compared to 2017. Over 91% (91.4%) of the employees are covered by collective agreements, 2.2% less than the year before.Over 76% (76.9%) of the workers have full-time contracts. This represents a 10.8% drop compared to 2017. Therefore, the increased employment is not full-time. With regard to distribution by gender, most sectors and organisations have a clear predominance of men on staff. Women accounted for 29.3% of the workforce, a figure that has been declining in the last two years, although not significantly
  • 36. CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social responsibility)
  • 37. CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social responsibility) The Port of Barcelona counts the number of healthcare and accidents at work that occur in different port areas (the commercial port, the Port Vell and the ZAL), which involve the Port Police and are attended by the Medical Emergencies System (SEM ) or by a FREMAP ambulance There was a decrease in workplace accidents during the period studied. However, the number of medical emergencies rose significantly. Of the Port Community organisations that responded to the survey, 54.7% had no accidents in 2018. This is higher than in 2017, which shows good behaviour in this regard. The organisations that reported accidents (45.3%) mostly experienced them within the company
  • 38. CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social responsibility)
  • 39. CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social responsibility) Certification of occupation risk prevention systems Ninety-six per cent (96%) of the organisations that responded to the survey have an occupational hazard prevention department, whether it is their own, belonging to a third party or shared jointly with other organisations. The year before, the proportion was 93.6%. The type of services remained the same as in 2017, as shown in the graph. Over 42% (42.7%) of the organisations surveyed have certified occupational hazard prevention management systems. Of these, 29.3% have occupational health and safety management systems (OHSAS 18001) certified by an independent inspector. This is slightly less than the previous year, when 31.7% of the organisations that followed the Sectoral Sustainability Plan had such systems. All organisations with their own prevention service perform the corresponding statutory or legal audits.
  • 40. CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social responsibility) General data on training Twenty-eight per cent (28%) of the organisations that responded to the survey had a training committee for the company and workers. In the previous year, 20.6% of the organisations had one. During 2018, the organisations held a total of 183,151 hours of training combined. The annual average was 28.4 hours per employee, an investment in training time considerably higher than 2017, when the average was 19.6. Regarding the distribution of training hours, 68.4% went to professional and personal skills, 14.5% to preventing occupational hazards and 17.1% to other subjects
  • 41. CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social responsibility)
  • 42. CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social responsibility)
  • 43. Forma’t al Port This project is based on a public-private partnership between different organisations in order to bring the Port of Barcelona and the Port Community closer to students of higher level education (CFGS) in Transport and Logistics (27%) and International Trade (73%) of the Port’s area of influence. This project teaches students about the professions of the logistics sector and especially the maritime activity and intermodal transport. The result is better technical preparation that will have an impact on the employability index and is aimed at improving logistics chains and sustainability by disseminating the European Union’s policy on the transport of goods and the environment. CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social responsibility)
  • 44. The objectives of the project include:  Teaching the students about the Port of Barcelona, its infrastructure, logistical equipment and means of transport operating there,  Providing companies in the sector with a space to inform others of the features of their activity and the professional profiles they need to develop properly,  Working together to create a framework for dialogue and exchange between companies in the logistics sector and training centres to promote the sector’s development,  Helping companies to align their training needs with curricula designed and taught at training centres,  Motivating companies to hire dual training students and/or interns with the support necessary to receive them under the best conditions,  Offering students the tools and knowledge necessary to quantify the environmental impact of transport operations,  Make the transport sector attractive to students. CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social responsibility)
  • 45. Students have the opportunity to experience operations that take place in the ports and on board the ship first-hand. The documentation distributed during the training is in English in order to familiarise students with the language. In addition, 30% of the classes are also taught in English and students are encouraged to make their presentations in the language. In 2018, Forma’t al Port involved 434 students coming from 13 public and private secondary schools in Barcelona, El Prat de Llobregat, Cerdanyola del Vallès and Santa Perpètua de la Mogoda. CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social responsibility)
  • 46. CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social responsibility)
  • 47. DIVERSITY AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES Equal opportunities are one of the universal principles by which the Port Community abides in order to ensure they are applied among the organisations and the people working for them 36% ORGANISATIONS HAVE EQUALITY PLANS 29.3% FEMALE EMPLOYEES 19.1% WOMEN ON BOARDS OF DIRECTORS 22% WOMEN ON STEERING COMMITTEES 53.3% ORGANISATIONS HAVE PROTOCOLS AGAINST HARASSMENT Prevention of discrimination Over 53% (53.3%) of the participating organisations have a policy against sexual harassment and/or harassment for reason of sex, compared to 44.4% the previous year, showing a significant increase in the number of organisations committed to the problem. CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social responsibility)
  • 48. CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social responsibility) Employment of people with disabilities The Law on the Social Integration of the Disabled (LISMI), aimed at insertion of people with disabilities into the workforce, establishes a minimum number of employees with some sort of disability for companies with over 50 employees: 2% for the private sector and 5% for the public sector. On average, 1.9% of the workers of the organisations that followed the Sectoral Sustainability Plan have some kind of disability (0.3%). 1.9 % EMPLOYED PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES 2 % EMPLOYED PEOPLE AT RISK OF EXCLUSION 37.3 % ORGANISATIONS CONDUCT SURVEYS ON THE WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENT
  • 49. COMPLAINTS ABOUT LABOUR PRACTICES Having a channel to address complaints about non-compliance with labour regulations is a commitment to workers and looks after their well-being. Channel for complaints about non-compliance with labour regulations Sixty per cent (60%) of the organisations have established channels for complaints about breaches of labour regulations, a 4.4% increase compared to 2017, when it was 55.6%. Depending on the company, these channels may be works councils, the staff delegate, the human resources department or a specific space on the corporate intranet. Complaints resolved Seven complaints were channelled through these formal reporting mechanisms and five of them were resolved within the same year CSR & Sustainability Actions (co-orporate social responsibility)
  • 50. Technical Information  Port Location & Technical Specifications  Port Layout & Design  Cargo Handling Equipments  Port Statistics  Port Services  Port Operation Softwares
  • 51. Port Location & Technical Specifications
  • 52. Port Location & Technical Specifications LAT. 41° 20' 25" N LONG . 002° 9' 53" E UN/LOCODE ESBCN PORT TYPE Seaport PORT SIZE Very Large Tides Width: 125 cm Entrance South W:370 M Drft: 16 M North W: 145 m Drft: 11,5 m
  • 53. Port Location & Technical Specifications Land area 1109,9 ha Wharves & berths 23,183 km RO/RO ramps 30 Draughts Up to 16 m Tug operators 9 (1213 kW / 2943 kW) Warehousing Covered: 203,304 m2 Open: 5,023,964 m2 Dry dock L: 215 m B: 35 m Cap: 50.000 t Wharf cranes 31 (all for containers)
  • 54. APPROACH CHANNELS Approach channels consist of two traffic separation schemes guiding ships to/from north and south entrances respectively. The separation line of the northern approach channel is indicated by a fairway buoy charted name “November - N” and is equipped with a radio beacon signal (racon) that it appears on X-Band radars as letter “N” of the Morse code. The separation line of the southern approach channel is indicated by a fairway buoy charted name “Sierra – S” and is equipped with a radio beacon signal (racon) that it appears on X-Band radars as the letter “B” of the Morse code. Inbound Vessels-Reporting Points One hour prior to arrival at the fairway buoy ships must contact - Barcelona Traffic' on VHF channel 10 and "Barcelona Port Control” on VHF channel 14.
  • 55. Pilotage : Compulsory for vessels over 500 GT. The service is permanent. Tugs and linesmen : 7 private harbour tugs are available (From 45 to 80 tons of bollard pull). If required tug or linesmen assistance they will be requested through Barcelona Port Control. Tug's line used. Reception Facilities : There are reception facilities for most residues generated from ships. Buoyage: IALA Maritime Buoyage System A. Time: GMT plus 1 hour; GMT plus 2 hours (spring and summer). Port Location & Technical Specifications
  • 56. Port Layout & Design
  • 57. Port Layout & Design
  • 58. Cargo Handling Equipments APM Terminals Barcelona
  • 59. Cargo Handling Equipments The Port of Barcelona’s Muelle Sur Container Terminal is 100% owned by APM Terminals and has an annual throughput capacity of 2.3 million TEU. It is located on the Mediterranean Coast in the Catalan Region of Spain, in Barcelona, Spain’s second- largest city. Barcelona’s hinterland accounts for 80% of the ports total cargo volume. A large variety of industries are located in the hinterland, including automotive, textile, chemical and pharmaceuticals. It is benefits from close proximity to the ZAL – Logistics Activities Zone – and the duty-free area, Consorcio de la Zona Franca. Leading international brands including Ikea, Decathlon, Lidl, Amazon, Schneider Electric, Honda Logistics, Inditex, and Mango have also located their distribution centers in Barcelona. The terminal has the benefit of being located on the entrance canal to the port. It has its own on-dock rail connection, immediate access to the motorway network and automated gate access for optimum intermodal efficiency. Customs offices are also located inside the terminal to optimise the logistics process.
  • 60. Cargo Handling Equipments Rail Facilities: APM Terminals Barcelona offer direct connections to inland container terminals in Zaragoza and Madrid using dedicated shuttle trains. These are ideally positioned close to the distributions centres of large multinationals. This service provides a number of benefits and cost savings, particularly for textiles, export scrap and Spanish agricultural products. The terminals can also arrange door-to-door service. On-dock rail track: 4,500m Tracks: 6 Facilities & Equipment: The terminal is equipped with the most advanced technology in order to maximize the handling of containers and operate as efficiently as possible. Our automated gates handle over 2,000 truck operations per day using Optical Character Recognition (OCR) for maximum efficiency. Wharf: 1,515m Draft: 16m LOA: 400m Yard: 81 ha Reefer plugs: 632 (380V/50 Hz) Annual capacity: 2.3 mil. TEU Cranes: 4 Panamax/5 Post Panamax/5 Super Post Panamax Outreach: 13/18/23 rows Gate lanes: 8 in/5 out
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  • 63. Cargo Handling Equipments STATE-OF-THE-ART TECHNOLOGY Currently, it has 11 Super Post-Panamax dock cranes, 54 automated cranes (ASC) and 32 Shuttle Carriers, operating along 1,500 meters of dock with a draft of 16.5 meters in depth. OPERATIVE SYSTEM nGen The terminal is managed by the nGen (Next Generationt Terminal Management System) operating system developed by the Hutchison Ports group and, in the case of Barcelona, it has been adapted to the particularities of the new semi-automated operating model. 79 (Ha) WITH 27 AUTOMATED BLOCKS BEST has a storage area of 79 (ha) with 27 automated blocks. 2,000 REEFER CONTAINERS BEST has the capacity to store and monitor 2,000 refrigerated containers.
  • 64. Cargo Handling Equipments STRATEGIC SITUATION The installations have one of the most modern doors system in Europe, and one of the biggest rail terminals in a maritime terminal of containers, with eight dual-gauge railways (iberian and UIC), connecting BEST daily with different points of Spain and south France. NEXT PHASE Once the expansion has finished, the machinery will increase until reaching the 80 automated cranes (ASC), distributed in a total of 40 automatic blocks of storage of containers.
  • 66. Cargo Handling Equipments SUPER POST PANAMAX: 11 pcs Lifting height: 42 m and 47 m Outreach on waterside: 64 m AUTOMATIC STACKING CRANES : ASC block:50 TEU long, 9 TEU wide, 5+1 TEU high 2 ASC per block, Max. Load: 40 tonnes Lifting system: telescopic spreader: 20’, 40’, 45’ Quantity: 54 STRADDLE CARRIERS: Lifting height: 6,3m (1+1 TEU), Max. Load: 50 tonnes, Quantity: 30 RMG: Portal width: 41,44 m (8 rail tracks), Max. Load: 40 tonnes, Quantity: 2 REACH STACKERS: Stacking height: 5 TEU, jib reach: 4 rows, Max. Load: 45 tonnes, Quantity: 8 TERMINAL TRACTORS: Quantity: 9 FORKLIFTS: Quantity: 26
  • 67. Cargo Handling Equipments Manipuladora De Mercancias Sl - Barcelona Area: 10 ha Berthing line: 800 m Draught: 8.70 / 14 m Ro-ro ramps: 1 Cranes: 8 mobile Reach stacker: 6; front loaders 13; bucket loaders, 5 Covered warehouses: 11,835 m2
  • 68. Cargo Handling Equipments Grimaldi Terminal Barcelona, SL Area: 6.4 ha Berthing line: 421 m Draught: de 11 a 12 m Ro-ro ramps: 3 Passenger terminal: terminal 2,788 m2 with one passenger bridge Ferry departures to Italy: For departures to Savona, Porto Torres and Civitavecchia: Ferry departures to Morocco: For departures with Destination Tangier
  • 69. Terminal Port Nou, SA At present we are making improvements in our facilities, including a major enlargement of esplanade and docking line.· Area: 75,000 m2 (13 hectares in 2018) Dock Line: 450 linear meters (680 meters in 2018) Draft: 12 meters. A warehouse with 900 sqm. 2 Ro-Ro ramps. 75 power sources for reefer containers 1 crane Post-Panamax Paceco (50 t.) 1 mobile crane Liebherr LHM500S (140 t.) 2 gantry cranes Panamax of 40 t. 2 RTG of 50 t. 8 Reach Stacker of 45 t. 8 Tug masters for platforms and roll-trailers 2 fork-lifts 30 t./3 fork-lifts 16 t. 3 fork-lifts 6 t. /24 fork-lifts 4 t.
  • 70. Cargo Handling Equipments Decal (refined petroleum) Koalagás, SA Terquimsa (chemical and refined petroleum) Tepsa (chemical and refined petroleum) RELISA (oils) Enagás, SA (natural gas) Tradebe Port Services, SL Naturgy, SA Meroil Quimidroga CLH, SA (refined petroleum)
  • 71. Cargo Handling Equipments Portcemen, SA Silos with 72.000 mt capacity, Bunge Ibérica, SA Ergransa Multicellular silos with 145,000 t capacity, pneumatic discharge operational capacity: 900 tn/hr Cargill SLU Industry for meal and raw oil production, milling plants with a capacity of 1,400,000 t/year Tramer, SA Max strorage capacity 80,000 t Equipment: one loading gantry crane with a capacity of 700 t/h
  • 72. Cargo Handling Equipments Autoterminal, SA Area: 29.2 ha of terrace and 37.8 ha vertical parking Berthing line: 850 m Draught: hasta 12 m 4 RO-RO berths, 5 vertical parking areas covering 377 975 m2 and 26,981 places. Vehicle personalisation centre and a protection-removing tunnel Setram, SA Area: 9.4 ha of terrace and 17 ha vertical parking Berthing line: 850 m Draught: fins a 12 m 4 RO-RO berths, 2 vertical parking areas covering 170,545 m2 with 8,934 places in total Capacity:: 15,000 places in total, of which 8,934 are covered
  • 73. Port Statistics & Port Services
  • 74. Port Statistics & Port Services The Port of Barcelona achieved a turnover of € 172 million in 2019, very similar to the 2018 result, when it closed with € 174 million. This income stability was achieved despite the 10% reduction in cargo fees, which represent one of the Port's main sources of revenue, leading to a reduction in income of approximately € 4.5 million. The revenue consolidation was also achieved in the organisation's capacity to generate resources (cash flow), which, at € 97 million in 2019, prepares the Port of Barcelona to comfortably meet future challenges and cover its investment needs. Over the last year, the Port of Barcelona has significantly reduced its debt (-9%), which now stands at € 179 million and represents only 12% of equity. Investments also increased 21% during the financial year, amounting to € 60 million.
  • 75. Port Statistics & Port Services The Port of Barcelona made € 44 million in profit, representing a fall of 18% (compared to 54 million in 2018). This drop is due to the increase in non-recurring expenses. Over the last year the organisation had to perform general dredging of the Port, which cost € 4.3 million and has to be done every five years; a provision of more than € 5 million was established to cover potential litigation risks; and the € 1.3 million contribution to the Interport Compensation Fund increased by 26% to meet the needs of the 'Ports 4.0' capital fund for attracting and facilitating the application of talent and entrepreneurship in the logistics and port sector in the technological field.
  • 76. Port Statistics & Port Services
  • 77. Port Statistics & Port Services Traffic results Although globally 2019 was marked by a series of uncertainties and disruptions that led to a slowdown in international trade, it was a year of consolidation for the Port of Barcelona. Total traffic - covering all types of cargo - was € 67.7 million tonnes, very close to the 67.8 million achieved during the previous financial year. It should be noted that more than 35 million tonnes correspond to traffic with the port's hinterland, i.e. real goods trade excluding transshipments and tare weights. Despite the stagnation in certain segments, in 2019 hinterland traffic maintained the record figure achieved in 2018. Containers, dry bulk and cars, however, closed the year on a negative note. Container traffic totalled 3.32 million TEUs moved, down 3.2% year on year. Even so, it was the second best year in the history of the Port of Barcelona in terms of containers.
  • 78. Port Statistics & Port Services Asia, the most dynamic market Asia is the main continent of origin and destination of the containers channelled by the Port, with 42% of exports and 75% of imports. China is consolidating its position as our leading trading partner, receiving 11% of export containers and sending 42% of our import units. However, the Port of Barcelona is working with a wide variety of markets. Some of the most dynamic countries in terms of trade with the Port are: Egypt (11.1%), Turkey (10.5%) and Saudi Arabia (9.6%). Dry bulk totalled 4.1 million tonnes and was affected by the decline in cement exports, which began in 2018. Vehicle trade closed on a negative note for the second consecutive year at 778,000 units (down 4%), due to several factors that affected both transit (-17%) and exports (-3%). Imports were up 0.1% year on year.
  • 79. Port Statistics & Port Services Liquid bulk achieved a record high for the Port of Barcelona, totalling 16.1 million tonnes, a year-on-year increase of 5.3%. This record figure was caused both by good figures for transits and imports, strengthening the role of the port infrastructure as a hub for energy products from the Mediterranean and southern Europe. 56% of cruise passengers are in turnaround In 2019, the Port of Barcelona received 4.6 million passengers (+3%), of which 1.49 million were regular ferry line passengers (+3%) and 3.14 million were cruise-goers (+3%). It is worth noting the increase in two types of cruise passengers that have a significant economic impact on the city: those in turnaround (starting and ending their route in Barcelona) and those that arrive in the low season. Turnaround cruise passengers (+5%), who make the largest economic contribution to the city and its surrounding area, grew considerably more than those in transit (+1%). At present, 56% of all cruise passengers passing through the Port of Barcelona are in turnaround.
  • 80. Port Statistics & Port Services An emission-neutral port The Port of Barcelona is making a firm commitment to sustainability and will invest a great deal of its economic and human resources in this new decade developing projects related to the current climate emergency. Europe has set out on a path to become the first climate-neutral continent in 2050, a Green Deal of which the Port of Barcelona very much wants to be a part. The Wharf Electrification Action Plan is one of the key projects under way to make the port emission-neutral, although it is not the only one. The push towards intermodality, a strategy launched several years ago, remains one of the institution's goals as it promotes more sustainable and less polluting modes of transport.
  • 81. Port Statistics & Port Services In this connection, it maintained the positive momentum in terms of goods transported by short sea shipping services in 2019, accounting for over 410,000 intermodal transport units (ITU), marking a 0.5% increase. Rail transport also remained at 2018 levels, clocking up 13% for containers and 35.5% for vehicles. This makes it possible to reduce the emissions from port activity and improve the air quality of the surrounding area. Indeed, rail services at the Port of Barcelona saved 50,000 tonnes of CO2 in 2019.
  • 82. Port Statistics & Port Services Merchandise traffic structure, 2009-2018 (in thousands of tonnes)
  • 83. Port Statistics & Port Services Contained general cargo, 2009-2018
  • 84. Port Statistics & Port Services Rail traffic The Port of Barcelona is promoting the rail mode as a way of achieving more efficient and 'cleaner' logistics chains; in 2018 its rail services saved a total of 55,200 tonnes of CO2. During this financial year, a total of 262,379 TEU (+8%) and 13.3% of all containers handled entered or left the port facilities by train, as well as 263,953 vehicles (+11%), increasing the rail share of this product to 36.2%. Most of the rail traffic of vehicles involved unloading, with 235,828 units for export by sea (+9%), and 28,125 TEU (+28%) vehicles for export to the hinterland, mostly to European destinations using UIC gauge tracks.
  • 85. Port Statistics & Port Services Traffic of containers and vehicles
  • 86. Port Statistics & Port Services Short Sea Shipping In the area of short sea shipping, total Ro-Ro traffic (carried on truck, platform or trailer) stood at 407,961 ITU (intermodal transport units), a 3.7% increase year on year. Virtually two thirds of the total, 253,918 ITU, correspond to Spanish traffic with the Balearics and Canary Islands, which is increasing constantly. Meanwhile, the Motorways of the Sea - regular lines connecting Barcelona with various destinations in Italy and North Africa - remained dynamic in 2018, helping to divert nearly 150,000 trucks from the roads to the maritime mode, which is more sustainable in economic and environmental terms. This figure represents a 7% increase in goods transported by short sea shipping services that regularly connect with ports such as Civitavecchia, Genoa, Savona, Livorno, Porto Torres, Tangier, Algiers and Tunisia
  • 87. Intermodal transport *ITU (intermodal transport unit): ITU is considered as any means, self-propelled or not, used directly or indirectly as a means of land transport Port Statistics & Port Services
  • 88. Port Statistics & Port Services Vehicle traffic per shipping type (in units)
  • 89. International vehicle traffic (in units) Port Statistics & Port Services
  • 90. Port Statistics & Port Services SERVICES PROVIDED The efficient management of supply chains is the organisations’ greatest concern today, to the extent that the idea has taken hold that competition does not really happen between companies, but between logistics chains. To be the top logistics port in the Mediterranean requires acknowledging this market reality and adopting the door-to-door supply chain (understood as an integrated sequence of transport, warehouses and added value) as the product that the Port of Barcelona should provide to the market.
  • 91. SERVICES PROVIDED Thus, the Port provides an integrated set of transport services, storage services, complementary services and value added services that meet market demands. The product of the Port of Barcelona includes: › Transport services: by road, rail and sea, long distance, ports, distribution, etc. › Storage services: warehouse services, equipment storage, cargo consolidation and division, etc. › Complementary services: customs, inspection, cargo handling, means of transport (including technical services, nautical, services etc.) › Value added services: information and traceability, minor assembly and handling, postponement, and, in general, all logistics services that can add value to the market. Port Statistics & Port Services
  • 92. The Port is an area where all the necessary services are provided for changing modes of transport. Providing these services involves carrying out a series of activities involving various administrations such as Customs, the Harbourmaster’s Office, the Port Authority, the Border Inspection Services and others, as well as various types of private operators such as shipping agents, stevedoring terminals, freight forwarders, customs agents, etc. According to the client, port processes are divided into: › Processes related to merchandise, in which the client is the importer or exporter. These include transport processes, which are operations basically provided by private operators, as well as control and administrative processes. › Processes related to ships, in which the client is the shipping company. This includes the management of stopovers related to administrations and vessel services, provided basically by authorised operators. Port Statistics & Port Services
  • 93. Port Statistics & Port Services Services provided at the Port of Barcelona Vessel services Pilotage Tugboats, Mooring, Waste removal, Provisioning Goods and passenger services Stowing and unstowing Transhipment Loading and unloading, Consolidation and deconsolidation Transport, Border inspection services, Customs services Boarding and disembarkation of passengers, Loading and unloading of vehicles in transit Auxiliary and complementary services Warehousing, rental of equipment, packaging services, etc. Ship repairs, vessel supply, etc., General services of safety, cleaning, etc. Services provided by the APB Design, plan, build, conserve and use the port’s works and services and maritime signals, Foster industrial and commercial activity related to maritime and port traffic
  • 94. Port Statistics & Port Services
  • 95. Port Operation Softwares OPEN DATA The releasing of public data, also known as Open Data, consists of making public sector data available to all in standardized and open digital format. In the public sector, having access to data from the administration guarantees transparency, efficiency and equal opportunities when it comes to adding value. The European Commission considers that public data must be reused, both by citizens and companies. This translates into greater transparency and is a driving force in the information and knowledge society, especially for the digital content sector. For this reason, favourable legislation in the form of Law 37/2007, of 16th November, on the reuse of public sector information has been introduced, supersending the European Parliament and Council's Directive 2003/98/CE.
  • 96. Open Data of the Port of Barcelona The Port of Barcelona website provides information to the Port community and the general population in accordance with its mission to further development of the Port, to generate and manage infrastructures and to guarantee the reliability of its services which contribute to the competiveness of its clients and create value for society. Much of this information has been on the corporate website for some time under different sections. The Open Data project goes one step further and makes all these and other documents available in one single catalogue in an Open Data format that allows the information to be reused.
  • 97. The main groups available in Open Data are: Addresses Cartography Communication Cruises ships and Ferries Port Services companies Monthly traffic statistics EDI files Tenders Reports Meteorology Maritime signalling Rail transport services Port Ships OPEN DATA
  • 98. Port Operation Softwares PORTIC Portic is the e-commerce platform of the Logistic Community of the Port of Barcelona. Portic was created to offer the users, agents and bodies operating in the Port of Barcelona e- commerce services among companies, and between administrations and companies. Portic offers the electronic commerce tools necessary for simplifying, speeding up and bringin down the costs of exchanges of documents, invoices and payments associated to the transport of goods, all this in order to increase the competitiveness of the logistics environment of the Port of Barcelona. The mission of Portic is to improve the competitiveness of the companies in the Port of Barcelona Logistics Community through a technological platform that facilitates interaction between members.
  • 99. The mission of Portic is to improve the competitiveness of the companies in the Port of Barcelona Logistics Community through a technological platform that facilitates interaction between members. Portic is owned by:  Barcelona Port Authority  Official Chamber of Commerce,  Industry and Navigation of Barcelona  e-la Caixa  Sabadell Atlántico Bank Network Facilitates simultaneous communication between APB, stevedores, terminals, customs, forwarders, ship agents, customs agents, importers and exporters, shipowners.., and reduces transaction times and costs. lined operations management Port Operation Softwares
  • 100. Reengineering Simplifies and automates the documentary procedures associated with cargo traffic. Segurity Portic guarantees the confidentiality of communications by means of encryption, verification of the sender’s and receiver’s identities, document registration and custody, delivery confirmation, etc. Uniformity By harmonizing communication standards, Portic makes it possible to connect all the different systems in the Port Community. Control Complete traceability makes for more stream Port Operation Softwares
  • 101. Port Operation Softwares Benefits Efficiency Less time required to search for and exchange information; fewer documentation errors, etc... Operating costs Less need for couriers, phone calls, etc. and resources for managing files. Technology costs Costs of developing and maintaining applications reduced by using a platform that allows for connecting the different formats of different systems. Segurity Legal security by establishing a legal framework for the parties; commercial security by ensuring users in each company receive all necessary authorizations; and security in terms of data confidentiality by preventing un authorized access. Growth Increased capacity to handle cargo by planning and programming in real time, proactive management of incidents, etc. Customer value Excellence in customer service achieved by offering new services: real-time information on the status of cargo, possibility of modifying transport services at any time, etc.
  • 102. Commercial Information  Port Tariff  Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines Calling the Port)  Port Investments  Port Certificates  Prizes of the Port (if any)
  • 103. Port Tariff T-0 TAX FOR NAVIGATION AIDS (LIGHT DUES) (Title V - Chapter II - Section 5 of the Royal Legislative Decree 2/2011) 1.- The taxable activity is the using of the service of maritime signals. 2.- The taxable persons are the shipowner and the master or skipper. Should the vessel have an agent, this ship’s agent will be considered the substitutive taxable person. When vessel is lying on a facility which has been given under concession or authorization, the taxable person will be the holder of this concession or authorization. 3.- The tax is due when the vessel starts receiving the services within waters of Spanish jurisdiction.
  • 104. The gross tax payable is the product of the basic amount A (0,57 €) multiplied per one of the following coefficients: Port Tariff
  • 105. Port Tariff T1 - VESSEL TAX (PORT DUES) (Title VII - Chapter II - Section 4 - Subsection 1 of the Royal Legislative Decree 2/2011) 1.- The taxable activity is the using of port waters and service areas by vessels. 2.- The taxable persons are the ship’s owner and the master. Should the vessel have an agent, this ship’s agent will be considered the substitutive taxable person. 3.- The tax is due when the vessel enters waters on the APB service area. 4.- The gross tax payable is calculated as the product of the basic amount “B” or “S” (1,43 € or 1,20 € al 2014),
  • 106. Port Tariff the correcting coefficient of T-1 tax (to be 1 as set by APB for 2014) and the applicable coefficients as per below chart:
  • 110. Port Tariff T2 - PASSENGER TAX (Title VII - Chapter II - Section 4 - Subsection 2 of the Royal Legislative Decree 2/2011) 1.- The taxable activity is the using of Port fixed facilities by passengers and their vehicles. 2.- The taxable persons are the shipowner and the master. Should the vessel have an agent, this ship’s agent to be considered as substitutive taxable persons. 3.- The tax is due when passengers or associated vehicles start embarking, disembarking or transiting. 4.- The gross tax payable by every passenger and associated vehicle is calculated as the product of the basic amount “P” (P=3,23 € for 2014), the correcting coefficient “1” ( as set by APB for 2014) and the applicable factors as per below chart:
  • 113. Port Tariff TARIFF ON THE SERVICE FOR COLLECTING VESSEL-GENERATED WASTE (art. 132 of RDL 2/2011) 1. Tariff is payable by any vessel calling at the port, whether using the service or not. a. It allows to deliver over a 7-day period the waste types of annex I and V of MARPOL agreement. The delivery of any other type of waste or of the above waste outside the established 7-day period will be paid directly to the company providing the service. b. The tariff is payable by the tax paying entity responsible for the vessel’s Port due’s to the Port Authority 2. The tax will be calculated applying the following rule: - R1: Base rate. For passengers’ vessels (ferries, Ro-Pax and cruises) is 75 for the rest 80. - TB: Coefficients in terms of the vessel GT. Applying the following formula:
  • 114. Port Tariff Only for passenger vessels: - R2: Fixed duty of 0.25 € applicable per person on board. - People on board at the vessel arrival (passengers and crew) 3. If the collecting service is by seaside the L7 fare will have a surcharge of 25%.
  • 115. Port Tariff 4. 3 types of discount have been defined about the fix duty, based on certifications of Maritime Administration (art. 132 chapter 10 of RDL2/2011). a) Generate reduced amounts of waste (due to environmental management of the vessel, design, etc.) 20%. The certificate must indicate for which annex of the MARPOL agreement it is applicable: Annex I and/or V. b) No MARPOL I discharge. Delivery and payment in previous port of call and guarantee of capacity until next port. 50% c) Short Sea shipping regular traffic with a delivery waste plan Percentage by formula (100 x (1-0.30/(n-1)). n = Average number of different ports of the maritime service per week. 1/3 discount of the previous one in R1 and 100% in R2, if the collecting plan is only MARPOL V. 2/3 discount of the previous one in R1 and 0% in R2, if the collecting plan is only MARPOL I.
  • 117. Port Tariff 5. Exemptions: (art. 132 chapter 11 of RDL 2/2011) a) Warships b) Vessels serving the Port Authority, associated with Works in the port service area, vessels serving the Public Administrations, those used internal traffics and those used in the supplying or provisioning of vessels. c) Fishing vessels d) Recreational vessels for the authorized use of a maximum of 12 passengers. e) Vessels anchoring in areas where no improvement works have been required and no equipment has been installed to enable anchoring. f) Idle vessels which are out of action, vessels afloat under construction, major repair, transformation or being scrapped.
  • 118. Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines Calling the Port)
  • 119. Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines Calling the Port)
  • 120. Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines Calling the Port)
  • 121. Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines Calling the Port) Rail logistics operators; APMT Railway, DB Cargo Logistics, Hupac, Kombiverkehr Deutsche Gesellschaft, Multirail, Renfe Mercancías, Sicsa Rail Transport, SA, Shuttlewise, Synergy, TP Nova, Viia Lorry-Rail
  • 122. Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines Calling the Port) APM Terminals Barcelona Moll Sud 08039 Barcelona Tel.: 93 441 00 66 Fax: 93 441 04 18 tcb@tcbcn.com www.apmterminals.com/en/operatio ns/europe/barcelona-terminal BEST (Barcelona Europe South Terminal) Avda Estany de Port, 91 08820 El Prat de Llobregat Tel.: 93 508 44 40 Fax: 93 508 44 41 info@best.com.es www.best.com.es STEVEDORES
  • 123. Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines Calling the Port) Autoterminal, SA Moll Dàrsena Sud 08039 Barcelona Tel.: 93 223 48 33 Fax: 93 223 42 68 correogeneral@autoterminal.es www.autoterminal.es Coma y Ribas, SL c/ Obradors, 7 Polígon Industrial Santiga 08130 Santa Pertètua de Mogoda Tel.: 93 302 14 14 Fax: 93 301 07 49 comayribas@gcatrans.com www.comayribas.com
  • 124. Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines Calling the Port) Grimaldi Terminal de Barcelona, SL Moll Costa s/n Edifici GLE Tel.: 93 502 04 35 info@grimaldilogistica.com www.grimaldi-lines.com Hijo de Jose Mª Masiques, SA Dos de Maig , 236-240 08013 Barcelona Tel.: 93 268 44 66 Fax: 93 315 01 30 direccion.masiques@masiques.co m www.masiques.com
  • 125. Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines Calling the Port) Terminal Port-Nou Moll Adossat Tel.: 93 227 38 00 Fax: 93 441 21 05 portnou@portnou.com www.portnou.com Ergransa,SA Moll Contradic 08039 Barcelona Tel.: 93 443 37 16 Fax: 93 442 20 28 silo@ergransa.es www.ergransa.es
  • 126. Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines Calling the Port) AGENCIES Agunsa Europa, SA Avda Drassanes, 6-8, 2n 5a Edifici Colon 08001 Barcelona Tel.: 93 131 70 22 - 93 223 80 03 barcelona@agunsaeuropa.com www.agunsaeuropa.com Alfa Customs, SA Avda. Drassanes, 6-8, 18a pl Edifici Colom 08001 Barcelona Tel.: 93 567 77 00 Fax: 93 567 77 17 barcelona@alfaship.com www.alfaship.com Arkas Spain, SA Paseo de la Alameda, 34, 6a pl 46023 Valencia Tel.: 96 044 00 60 Fax: 96 044 00 61 arkas-spain@arkas-spain.com www.arkasline.com Arola, Aduanas y Consignaciones, SL Palaudarias, 11-13 Interior 08004 Barcelona Tel.: 93 324 94 94 Fax: 93 324 94 93 bcnagency@arola.com www.arola.es
  • 127. Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines Calling the Port) Hapag Lloyd Spain, SL Comtal, 32, 3r, 3a 08002 Barcelona Tel.: 93 343 60 00 Fax: 93 412 13 16 www.hapag-lloyd.com CMA CGM Ibérica SAU Av. Ports d'Europa, 100, 4a pl Service Center 08040 Barcelona Tel.: 93 319 68 00 Fax: 93 319 77 21 ibc.genmbox@cma-cgm.com www.cma-cgm.com
  • 128. Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines Calling the Port) Cosco Shipping Lines Spain, SA Casanova, 2 08011 Barcelona Tel.: 93 304 71 26 Fax: 93 304 71 28 barcelona@coscospain.com www.coscospain.com
  • 129. Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines Calling the Port) FREIGHT FORWARDERs A. Hartrodt España, SA Mar Roja, 51-55, Nave A-4 -1 Zona de Activitats Logístiques 08040 Barcelona Tel.: 93 378 99 70 Fax: 93 378 99 79 hartrodtbcn@hartrodt.es www.hartrodt.com Acciona Forwarding, SA Pg Zona Franca, 69-73, 2ª planta Edif. Acciona 08038 Barcelona Tel.: 93 262 31 31 Fax: 93 262 31 81 a.astort@accionafwd.com www.acciona.es Acirfa Shipping International Portal de l'Àngel, 4 08002 Barcelona Tel.: 93 105 14 74 Fax: 93 275 31 47 info@acirfa.es www.acirfa.es/es Aduanas Ginjaume, SA Puig i Xoriguer, 17, planta baixa 08004 Barcelona Tel.: 93 443 95 60 Fax: 93 441 37 79 agsa@agsa.es www.agsa.es
  • 130. Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines Calling the Port) Aduanas Llobet, SL Av. Drassanes, 6, Edif. Colón, planta 1, dptx. 2-3 08001 Barcelona Tel.: 93 342 60 17 Fax: 93 318 64 90 llobet@aduanasllobet.com www.aduanasllobet.com Aduanas Pujol Rubió, SA c/E cantonada c/ 4 - Sector C PI Zona Franca 08040 Barcelona Tel.: 93 260 70 00 Fax: 93 260 70 07 apr@apr.es www.apr.es Aduaport, SA Carrer 114 - Nau 15 Pol. Ind. Pratenc 08820 El Prat de LLobregat Tel.: 93 479 08 50 Fax: 93 370 42 83 aduaport@aduaport.es www.aduaport.es Agencia Fernández de Sola, SL Pujades, 77-79, 8a planta, portes 3 i 4 08005 Barcelona Tel.: 90 236 44 83 Fax: 93 221 86 83 afdsola@afdsola.com www.afdsola.com
  • 131. Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines Calling the Port) NVOCC (non-vessel operating common carrier) AGC Newtral, SA Cal Fernando, 15 ZAL II 08820 El Prat de Llobregat Tel.: 93 557 93 70 Fax: 93 567 07 07 bcn@agcnewtral.com www.agcnewtral.com CMS Spain Aragó, 182, 3a planta 08011 Barcelona Tel.: 93 193 57 37 Fax: 93 226 98 84 info@cmsgroup.com.sg www.cpworldgroup.com
  • 132. Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines Calling the Port) CP World Spain, SL Plaça Urquinaona, 6 08010 Barcelona Tel.: 93 481 64 88 Fax: 93 302 53 08 n.martin@es.cpworldgroup.com www.cpworldgroup.com Eculine Spain Cal Lluquer, 15 ZAL II 08820 El Prat de Llobregat Tel.: 93 412 00 61 Fax: 93 412 67 23 ecubcn@ecubcn.eculine.net www.eculine.net
  • 133. Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines Calling the Port) Euro Mundo Logistics Aragó, 182, 3a pl 08011 Barcelona Tel.: 93 226 96 11 Fax: 93 226 98 84 info@emlneutral.com www.emlneutral.com Globelink Uniexco, SL Ptge. Martinica, 2-4 ZAL 08040 Barcelona Tel.: 93 268 75 75 Fax: 93 319 96 70 uniexco@gl-uniexco.com www.gl-uniexco.com
  • 134. Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines Calling the Port) Efficiency Network transport companies Alvimar Arrastre de Contenedores Marítimo, SL Carrer B, nº 13-15 Sector B – Planta 1 Oficina 1 Zona Franca 08040 Barcelona Tel.: 93 262 34 18 Avanza Logistics, SL Acer, 30 - Oficina B-19 08038 Barcelona Tel.: 93 223 07 12
  • 135. Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines Calling the Port) Butransa, SA PI Zona Franca - Sector E Carrer L, núm. 2 08040 Barcelona Tel.: 93 223 77 90 Fax: 93 223 77 91 butransa@butransa.es www.butransa.es Càrrega i Transport de Contenidors, SL Passeig de l'Agrícola, s/n, 2a planta C203 08039 Barcelona Tel.: 93 223 00 19 Fax: 93 223 73 95 jgarrido@ctcgrupo.es www.ctcgrup.eu
  • 136. Port Customers (Info about the shipping Lines Calling the Port) Logicport, SA C/ 60, 25-27, des. C-5 08040 Barcelona Tel.: 93 223 22 70 Fax: 93 223 37 82 administracion@logicport.es Logmarfer, SL Pg Josep Carner, s/n Estació Adif Morrot 08038 Barcelona Tel.: 93 441 91 67 Fax: 93 443 72 72 www.logmarfer.com
  • 137. Port Investments The strategy developed in recent years has made these results possible. It is a strategy based on three pillars:  investment in first-level infrastructure under a public- private collaboration model;  powerful connectivity with the hinterland—a network of internal maritime terminals connected to the Port by rail,and,  a clear orientation towards consumers and the production of activity.
  • 138. Port Investments Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialisation and foster innovation. Infrastructure investments are fundamental to achieving sustainable development. The growth of the Port has been possible thanks to a consolidation of infrastructure and its continuous improvement, with an extension of the investments year after year. In addition to improving infrastructure, Port organisations have fostered research, investigation and innovation. › 47.3 km of railroad track within the Port precinct. › 61% of private investment over total investment. › 4.5% of investment in R&D&I (research, development and innovation )over total investment. › 187,808 euros received for R&D&I projects.
  • 139. Port Investments PUBLIC AND PRIVATE INVESTMENT Public investment allows the Port to consolidate and improve the competitiveness of the organisations working there. In order to remain financially sustainable, investment must be made in the Port’s infrastructure and surroundings, as public investment favours and facilitates private investment. Private companies’ commitment to the Port of Barcelona indicates their confidence in capturing future traffic. Of the total investment made in 2018, 39% was public and 61% was private.
  • 141. Port Investments INVESTMENT IN R&D&I Investment in research, development and innovation (R&D&I) is a strategic commitment that companies need to continue to be competitive. The R&D investment of the organisations surveyed in 2018 was 4.5% of the total investment. There was a considerable decrease compared to 2017, when this share was 12.5%.
  • 142. Port Investments FINANCIAL AID RECEIVED The Port of Barcelona has continued to participate in various international projects that receive financial aid from the European Union. TABLE ECO. 24. Of the organisations that participated in this Sectoral Sustainability Report for the year 2018, 13.3% received financial aid from the state or the European Union. The total aid received, whether in R&D&I, infrastructure or other projects, amounts to 2,718,825.18 E. These figures are well above those of 2017 (439,386.48 euros). This significant variation is explained by the high amount of some of these received subsidies and investments and the rise in the number of organisations receiving aid, which was 9.5% in 2017.
  • 143. Port Investments Civil engineering works new syncrolift on Catalunya wharf The platform will be approximately 80m long and 20m wide. Longitudinally, on both sides of the platform there will be a structure able to withstand the weight of the vessels to be lifted. PERFORMANCE TIME: 24 months (in progress) AWARDING BUDGET: € 23,871,658
  • 144. Port Investments Increasing the draught of moll Álvarez de la Campa (Iberpotash-Tramer) Increase the draught of Álvarez de la Campa Wharf up to the -14 metre line and that of the access channel to -14.50 m, in addition to building a new beam lane for the front leg of the new cranes, based on micro-props. The works project also includes providing the new nautical equipment in the area of action, protection against subsidence and other facilities and services. PERFORMANCE TIME: 9 months (completed) INVESTMENT: € 5,133,542.79
  • 145. Port Investments Extension of the Adossat wharf 2nd Phase b (multipurpose terminal) The second alignment of the Adossat dock has been extended to generate an additional berthing line 290 l.m long and 16 m deep. In the short and medium term the intention is to expand the adjacent container terminal, and in the medium and long term to allow cruise ships to berth there. PERFORMANCE TIME: 22 months INVESTMENT: € 23,593,113.21
  • 146. Port Investments EU PROJECTs In addition to developing the various European projects that the Port is leading to promote natural gas as a mobility fuel for boats, trucks and terminal machinery, the Port and several partners have promoted the RePort project. This is an important initiative to promote natural gas in freight transport, with the engine overhauling of 26 trucks to the dual system (diesel and gas).
  • 148. Port Investments RePort Project description: EcoMobility, one of the five RIS3CAT communities granted in 2015, is a cluster of companies and research institutions, created with the purpose of reducing contamination caused by transport. Within the EcoMobility Community, the Port of Barcelona is the leader of the RePort Project. The RePort project aims at reducing the air pollutant and acoustic emissions at the Port, in order to improve the air quality of Barcelona. The main goal of the RePort project is to develop an innovative technology to convert Diesel engines into Dual- Fuel ones, making it possible for them to run on gas, which is more sustainable.
  • 149. Port Investments Objectives: The main objectives of the RePort action are: · To reduce CO, HC, NOx and PM emissions, as well as acoustic emissions, caused by truck transportation of goods from the Port to the distribution areas. · To gather information on these emissions. · To improve the existent technology in Dual-Fuel engines. · Share the results obtained in order to promote the usage of natural gas, as a standard fuel, in the supply chain of goods. Identification: Project proposal: EMO/1160/2015 Commission decision: EMO/1822/2015 Project planning: Starting date: 4th January 2016 End date: February 2020 Status: On-going Budget: Costs Eco Mobility Community:: 7,092,478.97€ Total eligible costs RePort: 1,610,884.41€ RIS3CAT contribution: 689,899.50€ em>RIS3CAT funding: 42.83% APB funding: 32,696.14€ Support Program:
  • 150. RePort activities: · Develop the technology base necessary to transform Diesel vehicles into Dual-Fuel ones. · Study the methodology to apply which maximizes the benefits of the Dual-Fuel system, as well as reducing the pollutant emissions. · Pilot tests with LNG on vehicles. · The systems will be developed so that they can be installed in Euro IV and Euro V vehicles. · Define and establish the logistics supply chain for LNG and CNG, in order to fulfill future demand of natural gas for vehicles. The Barcelona Port Authority coordinates the different activities within the project to ensure the correct development and cohesion of the Action. This project has been cofinanced by the European Union through the European Regional Development Fund. Port Investments
  • 151. MiRO 2 Project description: The action of the global project aims to launch an innovative multimodal combined transport service between Barcelona and Paris (Rungis), offering a sustainable, innovative, efficient and reliable multimodal solution to shift semi-trailers from the road to the rail. The aim of the Action is to build two multimodal terminals, one in Barcelona and the other in Rungis, to implement a rail motorway service between these cities in order to meet the increasing freight service demand in the proposed corridor For Barcelona, the Action involves the construction of a new rail motorway terminal to transport trailers on the surface of the former Llobregat riverbed. The Port of Barcelona will conduct the necessary preparations in order to adequate the land prior to construction. Port Investments
  • 152. Port Investments Objectives: The main objectives of the Action are: • Optimisation of two TENT-T Corridors (Mediterranean and North Sea-Mediterranean) and partially the Core Network Dijon – Paris to ensure tail transportation as a substitute to road. • Elimination of bottlenecks in the cross-border section between France and Spain, specifically in the location of La Jonquera. Overcoming bottlenecks that exist in the border between France and Spain would be the most significant challenge in the optimisation of the Mediterranean Corridor. • Improvement of the interoperability and connection between France and Spain. There exists a rail gauge difference due to different railway standards between the involved countries and is a well-known obstacle for the development for cross- border rail traffic. • To reduce environmental impact, carbon footprint and greenhouse gas emissions.
  • 153. Port Investments MiRO 2 Identification: Project proposal: 2018-EU-TM-0110-W Agreement No: INEA/CEF/TRAN/M2018/1799131 Project planning: Starting date: February 2019 End date: December 2023 Status:On-going Budget: Total eligible costs: 127,357,355 € TEN-T contribution: 25,471,471 € TEN-T funding: 20% APB funding: 11,080,000€ Support Program:
  • 154. Port Investments Core LNGas Hive The Directive 2014/94/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 October 2014 on the deployment of alternative fuels infrastructure defines a common framework of measures for the deployment of alternative fuels infrastructure in the European Union in order to minimise dependence on oil and to mitigate the environmental impact of transport. The Action's overall objective is to foster LNG use in the Iberian Peninsula and in the EU, supporting the deployment of LNG infrastructure for maritime transport and ports operations along the Spanish and Portuguese sections of the Atlantic and Mediterranean Core Network Corridors in line with the corresponding Corridor Work Plans. Therefore, it significantly contributes to the European alternative fuels implementation strategy. The Action, including studies and real-life pilot deployments, is implemented in Spain and Portugal.
  • 155. Port Investments Objectives: The main objectives of the Action are: · To contribute to the Spanish and Portuguese National Policy Frameworks (NPF), bringing institutional and technological progress to a same pace, in view of fulfilling the requirements of the Directive 2014/94/EU. · To provide a roadmap and an investment plan to scale up the results of the 11 integrated pilot deployments, in order to reach a larger commercial roll out of LNG infrastructure and equipment for maritime transport and port services along the two Corridors in the Iberian Peninsula. This objective will be met by deploying and operating 11 real-life trials in Spain; and by addressing the lack of a harmonised and coordinated approach to LNG logistics, infrastructure and equipment development that prevents the economies of scale on demand and supply for the roll out of LNG as fuel for transport.
  • 156. Port Investments APB participation: The APB takes part in the project developing four activities: · Transformation of the barge in order to supply LNG to the vessels. · Design of a tugboat propelled by an LNG engine. · Construction of a ro-ro vessel with a mobile gas generating unit during the hoteling. · Adaptation of two Straddle Carriers to LNG engine. Expected results: · To offer the know-how to other European countries for the development and expansion of the LNG sector. · To develop a safe and efficient integrated logistics and supply chain for LNG in the transport industry, particularly for maritime transport of the Iberian Peninsula. · The promotion of clean energy for transportation driven by the European Union.
  • 157. Port Investments Identification: Project proposal: 2014-EU-TM-0732-S Agreement No: INEA/CEF/TRAN/M2014/1026196 Project planning: Starting date: January 2014 End date: December 2020 Status: On-going Participants: Project leader: Enagas Transporte, S.A.U. Project partners: Port de Barcelona, Port de Valencia, Fundación Valenciaport, A.P. Gijón, A.P. de Cartagena, A.P. de Tarragona, Puertos del Estado, DGMM, A.P. Vigo, A.P. Tenerife, and up to 42 partners. States involved: Spain and Portugal. Budget: Total eligible costs: 33,295,760 € TEN-T contribution: 16,647,880€ TEN-T funding: 50% APB funding: 326,625€ Support Program:
  • 158. Port Certificates & Prizes of the Port ESPO CONGRATULATES PORT OF BARCELONA, PORT OF VIGO AND PORT OF BAKU FOR GETTING ECOPORTS’ ENVIRONMENTAL STANDARD (PERS - Port Environmental Review System) / 17 October 2019 ESPO congratulates Port of Barcelona (Spain), Port of Vigo (Spain) and Port of Baku (Azerbaijan) for getting EcoPorts’ environmental management standard (PERS). Isabelle Ryckbost, ESPO’s Secretary General, handed over the PERS certificates to the ports’ representatives during the Green Port Congress in Oslo. Compliance with the EcoPorts’ PERS standard is independently assessed by Lloyd’s Register and the certificate has a validity of two years. EcoPorts’ PERS is revised after the 2-year period to make sure that the port continues to meet the requirements. PERS
  • 159. Port Certificates & Prizes of the Port The ZAL Port of Barcelona gets the ISO 14001 certificate 01/28/2016 CILSA organization which manages the ZAL of the Port of Barcelona, received on 14th January 2016 the certificate of management system environmental ISO 14001:2004 granted by Bureau Veritas Certification, thanks to the compliance with the highest environmental standards in the management of the area of logistics activities of the Port of Barcelona, for the maintenance and upkeep of common areas. The certificate certifies that the ZAL of the Port of Barcelona, in compliance with the requirements established by the standard ISO 14001 and that it has implemented an environmental management system that helps to prevent environmental impacts, minimize the consumption of non-renewable energy and promote the use of best available technologies. Highlights of this system of environmental improvement, - among others - aspects as relevant as the optimization of waste, minimization of impacts of activities and facilities, investigation of environmental incidents that occur, or environmental emergency response and the latest measures as it is the replacement of street lighting of ZAL by lighting LED, that allows energy substantial savings by making efficient use of energy In addition to that greatly attenuates CO₂ emissions.
  • 160. Source:  http://www.portdebarcelona.cat/  2018 Sectoral Sustainability Plan, Annual Report,  Code of Ethics of the Port Authority of Barcelona,  D1.5 Port of the Future concepts, topics and projects - draft for experts validation.docx Deliverable D1.5 Date: 5th November 2018,