The stevedoring company, Galigrain, continues to further its business strategy at the facilities in Punta Langosteira.
The Official State Gazette (BOE) reported the company’s request to the Port Authority for two new concessions to work with bulk materials and general goods. The matter, which had been discussed by the Port Board of Directors, is now subject to the mandatory public notice prior to approval being given for transfer of the land.
This demand for new ground space will enable the company to expand from its current 10,000 m2 storage located on 15,000 m2 of land to a new facility with a total surface area of 23,000 sq. m. on 30,000 sq. m. of land.
The interest shown by the company, currently the leading operator of bulk agro-food in the Port, in continuing extension of its work areas in the Outer Port is a reflection of the good results being obtained at that dock.
In the Port Authority’s opinion, this “new process” is clear evidence of “efficiency in the process of moving operators and also the interest among major Port clients in regard to the possibilities for expanding and extending their business that re-location to the new premises provides”.
Source: El Ideal Gallego