The Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) and Servicios Técnicos Portuarios (STP) today presented the new 1,000-ton travel lift, the largest boat hoist in Europe measuring 26 metres long, 12.5 metres wide and 25 metres tall, making the Port of Palma the European benchmark in the vessel repair and maintenance sector.
The Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) has commenced the upgrading works on the Ribera dock at the port of Ibiza after today signing the variation order with the company TECOPSA (Tecnología, Construcción y Obras Públicas S.A.), the company awarded the contract to carry out the renovation works on this stretch of the promenade.
The Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) launches a new tool that will allow citizens to find out the air quality at the Port of Palma in real time. This is nothing short of a pioneering project, as the Port of Palma is the first that has such an extensive monitoring network –with 113 sensors– with which to measure air quality, offering up-to-date information every hour.
After functioning for almost half a century, the lantern of the Llebeig Lighthouse has been replaced by a new one. The renovation of this lantern has entailed an investment of 100,000 euros by the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB), which includes its construction and delivery. The company, Mediterráneo Señales Marítimas, was entrusted with these tasks.
The Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) has put out to tender a contract to demolish the old navy commissary located at the Old Harbour of the Port of Palma so that the Oceanographic Centre of the Balearic Islands (COB) can build its new headquarters.
The tender budget for said demolition work at the Port of Palma is 359,364.62 euros and the completion period is four months. The deadline to submit tenders is 19 December 2018. Those interested can submit their tenders via the APB's Port for Electronic Tenders.
This morning, Joana Maria Adrover, Councillor of Tourism, Business and Employment, and Joan Gual de Torrella, President of the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands, revealed the new tourism information office, located at Harbour Station number 2 at the Port of Palma. The project is the result of a collaboration between both institutions. The APB has formed a part of the Foundation's board since 2012.
The Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) has awarded a total of €264,826 in incentives to six companies in recognition of their good environmental practices in 2018. In compliance with its environmental policy, the APB has rewarded efforts by companies operating at the general ports of interest that improve their port activity in a bid to enhance environmental protection.
The Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) has guaranteed moorers at Alcudiamar marina that they can continue to use these facilities in the port of general interest of Alcudia until 2030, in line with the new conditions of the extension of the concession period that begins today.
Representatives of the APB yesterday attended a meeting called by Alcudiamar to explain the situation of the concession once the initial term, which began in 1988, ends. Today marks the first day of the 12-year extension of the concession for Alcudiamar.
The certifying organisation AENOR has awarded six certifications of Quality, Environmental Management and Safety and Health at Work to the Alcudiamar yacht facilities, Colonia Sant Pere Yacht Club and Fornells Yacht Club at the headquarters of the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) of the port of Palma this afternoon, which certify that they meet the requirements of internationally recognised standards, reflecting best practices.
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