The Port Authority of Valencia will present its reefer traffic offer with a hundred regular services for perishable traffic and 3,250 containers for refrigerated products
Valenciaport will have its own stand at CILF, where it will highlight the value of the Valencian port’s connection as a gateway to and from the Western Mediterranean to the Asian giant.
The PAV will continue its agenda of commercial activities in October with participation in Fruit Attaction, Conxemar and the 62nd edition of the European Commodity Exchange
The Port Authority of Valencia will present its commercial and service offer this week at the 14th edition of Cool Logistics 2022 and the China International Logistics and Supply Chain CILF trade fair being held in Barcelona and Shenzhen , respectively. The Commercial and Business Development area of the APV continues with its intense agenda of promoting Valenciaport’s activity in the main national and international events.
Valenciaport will show at Cool Logistic its specialised offer for refrigerated traffic thanks to its optimum strategic location very close to both importers and exporters, which makes the Port of Valencia a key port for this type of traffic in the Mediterranean. The Valencian precinct has a hundred regular services with the five continents for perishable traffic, which enables access to many more markets. And 3,250 connections for refrigerated containers as well as refrigerated warehouses for perishable goods. Specifically, the CSP Iberian terminal (Cosco) has 1,500 reefer connections, APM (Maersk) has 750 while MSC Terminal has around 1,000 connections.
The Port of Valencia mainly exports pork, vegetables, beef and citrus fruit, while other vegetables, fresh fruit, molluscs and crustaceans are imported. In 2021, the port facilities of Valencia, Sagunto and Gandia handled more than 200,000 TEUs of import-export of agri-food and meat products. China, the United States, Brazil, the United Arab Emirates, Canada and Saudi Arabia are the main destinations for Valencian and Spanish agri-food products, while Peru, Brazil, China, India and Senegal are the main importing regions.
Cool Logistics, a trade fair hosted by the PAV in 2019, brings together the main players in the refrigerated products logistics scene and will provide a meeting place where owners of perishable cargo, logistics and transport professionals and representatives of shipping companies and port authorities can discuss and evaluate the technological keys and market trends for this sector.
Presence at Asia’s largest logistics trade fair
The Shenzhen International Logistics and Transport Exhibition, the largest in Asia and the second largest in the world, will once again be held at the Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Centre. The exhibition will focus on the theme of “supply chain reform and optimisation, opening up and upgrading the value chain”. CILF will feature more than 1,800 exhibiting companies from more than 50 countries and around 130,000 visitors.
Valenciaport will have its own stand where it will highlight the connection of the Valencian precinct as a gateway to and from the Western Mediterranean with the Asian giant, one of Valenciaport’s main markets in terms of total goods and containers moved. In addition, the new infrastructure and service projects being carried out by the APV in the ports of Valencia and Sagunto will be explained.
The PAV will continue its agenda of commercial activities in October with participation in Fruit Attaction, Conxemar and the 62nd edition of the European Commodity Exchange.