In recent years and, as a consequence of the Covid-19 pandemic that hit the world for months, ports, as well as any company or public institution, were obliged to face some new challenges unknown until then. For small ports, such as the port of Ceuta, this situation was not different. The port of Ceuta port […]
Two tankers have discharged very low sulphur fuel oil (VLSFO) cargoes totalling 66,000 tonnes this month at the Port of Ceuta to be used for the local bunker market. On 6 November, the 176-metre-long Bixbite unloaded 33,000 tonnes of VLSFO over the course of 72 hours. The fuel oil was supplied to Vilma (23,000 tonnes) and Cepsa […]
Eleven ports have submitted a project for the ESPO Award 2021. Guadeloupe Port Caraïbes (France), Hamburg Port Authority (Germany), Piraeus Port Authority (Greece), Dublin Port Company (Ireland), Port Network Authority of the Northern Central Tyrrhenian Sea (Italy), Port Network Authority of the Ionian Sea – Port of Taranto (Italy), Port of Gdansk (Poland), Port Authority […]
ESPO congratulates the Port of Ceuta (Spain) and Peterhead Port Authority (United Kingdom) for achieving again EcoPorts’ environmental management standard (PERS). This is Peterhead’s sixth PERS certification since their entry into the EcoPorts network in 2008, and Ceuta’s second time achieving the PERS certification. Isabelle Ryckbost, ESPO Secretary General, commented: “We are happy to add […]
The interview made by the Port of Ceuta about bunkering appears on pages 38-39.
IMO – Ceuta- Bunkerspot
COVID19 Guidelines on the progressive restoration of transport services and connectivity
Amidst the wave of negative news caused by the COVID-19, some positive ones can bring hope. Before the beginning of the quarantine in Spain, in mid-march, the port authority of Ceuta and the Red Cross signed an agreement allowing this humanitarian institution to use port facilities for the next 10 years. The Red Cross will […]