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20 October 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 09:06 GMT+2



October 1, 2020

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Spanish port terminalists call on the government to take steps to category support

These include incentives for the use of green vehicles, participation in decision-making and a greater presence in the governing bodies of port authorities

ANESCO, the Association of Spanish Port Terminalists, has subject to the Ministry of Transport in Madrid nine proposals for improve the law on ports. First, a call is made greater flexibility in determining the terms of concessions, greater clarity of attribution procedures concessions, greater proportionality and equivalence between the fees transferred to port operators and relative costs, allocating surpluses to the targets of economic efficiency of the Port Authority to reduce these amounts, and increased competitiveness of taxes porters in order to compete on an equal footing with terminalists ports of other countries.

In addition, ANESCO calls for relief related to the use of ports that use renewable energy sources as well as better use of terminal areas, elimination - in the Compliance with the European Rules of Port Services - The Roof maximum rates of service providers and the establishment of participatory processes involving port operators in the decision-making processes related to public port investments will be carried out by the Port Authority.

Finally, the Association of Terminalists calls for the elimination property tax paid by port dealers, to avoid - explained ANESCO - cases of duplication of taxes equivalents paid by port operators, and a greater increase in presence of private port operators in government bodies Port Authority.

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