Project Description

FEASIBILITY STUDY – NEW CONTAINER TERMINAL PORT OF VALENCIA

FEATURED PROJECTS

Introduction

Given its strategic position, the port of Valencia functions as both a major gateway to Spanish consumption centers, and a major transhipment port in the western Mediterranean. To overcome future capacity constraints and reinforce its role in the region, MTBS conducted a feasibility study for the development of a greenfield container terminal in the Northern Extension of the Port of Valencia in 2018. Our unique skillset enabled us to assist our client from the assessment of the economic and competitive environment of the port, through to the selection of the most appropriate project design and development of Terms and Conditions of the tender for the container terminal.

Project Details

DATE

September 2017 – May 2018

CLIENT

Valencia port authority

PROJECT TYPE

New Container Terminal Feasibility Study

GEOGRAPHY

Spain –  Europe

New Container Terminal Feasibility Study Valencia Port

Outcomes

Our complete approach to Feasibility Studies provides the client with all necessary insights for the successful development of a new terminal. The various analyses which we executed enabled us to identify the potential for state-of-the-art solutions regarding innovation, productivity, and sustainability in the port of Valencia, such as automation technologies.

MTBS Added Value

MTBS boasts extensive in-house knowledge in the preparation of Feasibility Studies. In addition, our clients can rely on a broad professional network, which allows us to acquire relevant and up-to-date information regarding various markets across the world.