Hotel Rey Juan Carlos, I, Barcelona
Port of Barcelona
Port of Barcelona is Catalonia’s main transport and service infrastructure and a benchmark port in the Euro-mediterranean area. Its area of influence stretches through the South and centre of Europe with inland terminals network, and North Africa.
It is the main South European hub and a logistics gateway linking markets such as Far East and Latin America. With more than 100 regular shipping lines operated by 163 shipowners connecting Barcelona with 850 ports in the five continents, Barcelona is Spain’s main port for international traffic.
Specialised in general cargo and high value added cargo such as consumer goods, electronics products and vehicles.
Port of Barcelona is a highly diversified port which can be described as five-in-one: the commercial port (containers, vehicles, Ro-ro and bulks); cruiser port; logistics port; energy port; and the citizen’s port, called the Port Vell.
BEST: brand new container terminal operated by Hutchison, leading the top 10 global terminal operators.
Weekly direct call maritime services with Far and Middle East, Mediterranean, South America, and North America (east coast).
Rail connections with main destinations in Spain, France, Germany, Belgium and Italy.
Frequent and competitive Short Sea Shipping services with Italy and North Africa.
The ZAL (our Logistic Activities Area) provides a benchmark in the development of logistics services linked with port activities.
Personalised customer service concerning port, logistics and customs matters.