Porto de Aveiro
An industrial and multipurpose port located in the centre of Portugal with modern infrastructure and an excellent network of road, rail, and shortsea connections, with zero congestion, guarantees good access to the rest of Europe. Ample available space with a sustainable infrastructure for establishing new industry and warehousing, makes Aveiro the best option for realising long-term investments.
Porto da Figueira da Doz
A shortsea port located in the centre of Portugal, Figueira da Foz offers an excellent network of road, rail, and shortsea connections to the rest of Europe. Its partnership with one the most important clusters of national pulp and paper industries means that Figueira da Foz can offer a competitive solution for the main Portuguese exporters.
Porto de Leixões
APDL S.A. manages the ports of Douro, Leixões and Viana do Castelo. Leixões is the biggest port in the North of Portugal and, together with the Port of Viana do Castelo, handles 20 million tonnes of goods per year.
Porto de Lisboa
The Port of Lisbon is a European port oriented towards the Atlantic that offers a direct doorway into to the Iberian market. With 15 port terminals for all types of cargo and a cruise terminal, it is integrated in the trans-European transport network. Its geostrategic location gives it a prominent position, serving international logistics chains and the main cruise lines.
Porto de Setūbal
The Port of Setúbal, 45 km from Lisbon, is located in one of the most important industrial and logistics areas of the country. It offers direct connections to the national railway and national road networks and is integrated into the Trans-European Transport Network, making Setúbal one of the most competitive ports of Europe’s Atlantic Coast. It has specialised port terminals in several types of cargo, such as general break bulk cargo, containers, roll-on roll-off and shipyard naval repair.
Porto de Sines
Sines is the main deep-water hub port on the Ibero-Atlantic coast. It is strategically important to Portugal as the country’s leading supplier of energy. Sines handles 50% of Portugal’s containerised cargo, offering weekly direct connections to the world’s main markets and has expansion capacity for the reception of new businesses.
Portos dos Açores
The public company Portos dos Açores S.A. is responsible for the management of the 14 ports of the Azores archipelago that are spread over the nine islands of the Autonomous Region. The company also manages seven marinas and nautical leisure centres, and two maritime passenger terminals dedicated to cruise ships.
Portos da Madeira
APRAM S.A.'s mission is to manage Madeira’s port infrastructure, ports, quays and marinas, in compliance with international safety standards. The main areas of intervention comprise the development and management of infrastructure for cruise and mega-yacht tourism, as well as goods, an essential activity for the economic development of the Region.
Docapesca – Portos e Lotas
Docapesca is a limited liability company, with exclusively public capital, whose mission is to provide, on the Portuguese continent, the public service of the first sale of fresh fish at auction, the administration of fishing and recreational ports, as well as the authority functions port in the areas under its jurisdiction.
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