With around 100 regular shipping lines connecting Barcelona with more than 200 ports on the five continents, Barcelona is Spain’s principal port for international traffic, Catalonia's main transport and services infrastructure and a benchmark port in the Euro-Mediterranean area.

The Port of Barcelona’s priority is to make it easier for companies to access foreign markets in the most competitive way, offering unique logistics services to ensure that the economy of its surrounding area can compete in the best conditions on the global market.

Its mission is to generate prosperity to its community, increasing the competitiveness of its customers by providing efficient and sustainable logistics and transport services.

The Port of Barcelona is determined to continue to grow as a ‘smart port’, which is why its new strategic plan focuses on working to improve:

The sustainability of the environment: Decarbonising the port and reducing the emissions of its activities.

The sustainability of the economy: Helping companies to become more competitive and diversifying the activities of the port.

The sustainability of society: Attracting human talent, taking care of its employees, helping entrepreneurs and working to make everyone safer all round.

All this work will be driven from an innovative point of view and ensuring that the Port of Barcelona transits towards a ‘smart model’.

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