It isn’t good news for the Spanish ports; even those with a guaranteed future based on traffic growth are suffering now the effects of the economic slowdown. It can be said, that for some time there was a kind of extension for them; so in response to the crisis, the shipping traffic remained strong in the most important enclaves, particularly in Valenciaport, because of its emerging exportation. And that was the only solution found by traders in order to keep the economy alive. It is clear enough that this “grace period” hasn’t occurred in the companies whose activity is attached to ports. Forwarders, shipping agents, logistics operators and transport companies have tried to manage to stay in business, and only those that could become stronger through efficiency, quality, innovation and good service could survive.
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