Sevilla explains transport entrepreneurs the keys to the new national strategy for Optimizing Logistics

Sevilla Councilor meets the transport working group to overtake the main lines of action in working with the Ministry of Development

The Community considers essential to prioritize investments in the areas of logistics

The Minister of Public Works and Planning, Antonio Sevilla, today held a meeting with transport companies to pass on the keys to the new national strategy Logistics Optimization preparing the Ministry of Development, in collaboration with the regions.

Sevilla said the Ministry and has submitted to a preview of 'Analysis-Diagnosis Logistics and Intermodal Freight Transport', which will reflect the regional proposals accepted.

"Our contribution also includes demands that entrepreneurs have moved us in the various meetings we have had with this working group," explained the director.

The aforementioned national strategy, which aims to contribute to the promotion of this economic activity is part of the Plan for Infrastructure, Transport and Housing (PITVI) 2012-2024 Ministry of Development, and is divided into three specific programs on regulation, management and investment activities.

Conclusions from the analysis of logistics and intermodal transport

The Minister explained that, in the analysis of logistics and intermodal freight transportation, we are working on issues related to the regulation of the sector "because we must seek to develop transport companies logistics operators to improve their services now" .

Also, Sevilla, on competitiveness, said that "within the program management and service delivery, we have conveyed the concern of our carriers in order to maintain the competitiveness of road transport, given the scale of the regional fleet."

As for future investments, the Minister announced that it is working on the definition and implementation of logistics activity areas and ministerial representatives conveyed the need to prioritize this type of infrastructure in the Region of Murcia.

Source: CARM


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