22 April 2019 – Mis Oficinas
The Ministry of Development is reactivating its plans for a logistics area in Puerto Seco de Antequera. The project was first announced ten years ago but has been suspended on several occasions since then.
The first phase of the project will span 102 hectares of mainly logistics space and will cost more than €37 million to develop. It will include the construction of an electrical substation and an intermodal terminal between the railway and the road.
The second phase will involve the expansion of the logistics area by an additional 232 hectares. In total, the project will result in the creation of 7,000 jobs.
Original story: Mis Oficinas
Translation/Summary: Carmel Drake