The Port Authority of Seville, in collaboration with the multinational GRI Renewable Industries, the business association for the Promotion of the Port of Seville (ProSevillaPort) and Seville Aquarium, organized the IV Port Logistics Day on 3 October, which focused on industrial logistics and project cargo. This type of cargo is becoming more common in the Port of Seville due to the growth of industrial production in the Astilleros Industrial Estate, and it demands innovative logistics solutions.
This meeting is already a reference for the national port sector, and this edition saw attendance extended to include logistics operators from across Europe. Around 200 top experts, representatives of industrial enterprises, manufacturers, logistics operators, shipping companies, forwarders, brokers and clients came together in Seville to share their experiences, look for new business opportunities and establish a space to discuss the challenges of project cargo and the strengths of ports in the optimization of industrial logistics.
Among the main themes of the morning were Industry 4.0, digital transformation and the effect this is having on logistics, and the potential of ports to meet the great demands and specialization required by project cargo.