The president of the Port Authority of the Bay of Cadiz, Teófila Martínez, gave a lecture yesterday afternoon within the cycle of conferences “Doctor Fernando Delgado Lallemand“, cultural forum for the exchange of ideas in this city in southern Spain.

Teófila Martínez, also president of RETE, dedicated part of her dissertation to talk about the future strategies of the different port enclosures and spaces around the Bay of Cádiz, and how aspects related to port-city integration should be addressed. In this sense, he stressed that port spaces should be seen “as productive spaces, as a whole, generating wealth and employment around logistics activities.”

The Port of the Bay of Cadiz is immersed in integration actions in the urban of three cities in which this institution is present: Cádiz, El Puerto de Santa María and Puerto Real.

In the coming months, the Port Authority plans to be present at several international events related to port and city interaction, cruise ships, logistics and general cargo.