The Pasaia Port Authority has approved the award of a 30,000 square metre plot for the 30-year operation of a multi-purpose terminal at the Lezo dock, to Sobrinos de Manuel Cámara, a company 50% owned by BERGÉ and ArcelorMittal.
The company will house a 4,500 square metre warehouse for iron and steel products in this port space, among other uses. This contract follows the one awarded in 2021 for the operation of four new warehouses, mainly for bulk agri-foodstuffs (wheat, oats, rapeseed meal, etc.), with a surface area of 7,000 square metres.
These warehouses are in addition to the 23,000 square metres of covered surface area already managed by the company in the Pasaia port area, plus the 64,000 square metres of open-air warehouses for other types of industrial goods.
As a result, Cámara reinforces its presence in Pasaia where it has great technical and professional resources for the logistics management of all types of goods, offering consignment, loading/unloading, customs management and warehousing services. In total, more than 1.4 million tonnes per year are managed in compliance with the highest health and safety, quality and environmental standards (ISO 45001, ISO 9001, ISO 14001).
It also holds the GTP (Good Trading Practices) certification of the European Code of good business practices, GMP+ (Good Manufacturing Practices) and ENEEK, awarded by the Basque Council for Organic Agriculture and Food.