Port of Valencia set to build car silo on South Quay 2

Port of Valencia set to build car silo on South Quay 2 at the Port of Sagunto

The Port of Valencia (PAV) has planned the construction of a vehicle silo in the Muelle Sur 2 area of the Port of Sagunto.

The project responds to the area’s expanding need for surface space, notably the demand for temporary car storage derived mostly from automotive traffic.

The goal of this new step is to build a silo that will boost vehicle storage capacity in the corresponding terminal.

The car silo will be outfitted with a solar system on the roof, allowing the PAV to meet its goal of being an emission-neutral port by 2030.

The silo for Muelle Sur 2 of the Port of Sagunto will feature a ground floor and four stories in height, ensuring the terminal’s ability to carry out the essential work while also enabling access to the terminal and the use of vehicle transport services.

The proposed silo will be placed on South Quay 2 of the Port of Sagunto, with a budget of €114,950 ($125,827), and will be completed in six months.

This month, the PAV issued a tender for the service that ensures the optimal state of the cabins that monitor the quality of air and other environmental parameters.

Additionally, as part of the project for the expansion of the Port of Sagunto’s inner rail network, the PAV sought technical help for site management, and health and safety coordination.

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