On January 25, a delegation of Gijon Port, lead by its new director, came to Nantes Saint-Nazaire . Both of these Atlantic ports have a lot of mutual topics to share. Since one year, they are connected to the sea highway LD Lines.
Gijon Port and Nantes Saint-Nazaire Port have detailed this sea highway service. The port’s authorities have also considered the next steps to promote this new service. The collaboration between the two ports in the Trans European Network (TEN-T) was set on the agenda.
Leading port on France’s Atlantic Seaboard and the fourth largest major seaport authority, the Nantes Saint-Nazaire Port Authority is linked to 400 other ports worldwide. It is established as a fundamental link in Western France’s supply chain.
Arrived in the midday with the Norman Asturias, the Spanish delegation was made of Julio de la Cueva, port director since October 2011, Ainhoa Puebla, in charge of European projects and Adriano Cardecha Herrero, port community director.
Francis Bertolotti, supervisory board chairman, has welcomed them with Jean-Pierre Chalus, executive board chairman and Jean-Baptiste Goüin, Virginie Dias and Christophe Leclerc of the customers relation.