This publication details the APB’s financial situation, the technical characteristics of its public ports and provides an overview of the institution’s activities.
This report sets out the actions carried out to create value for the APB’s stakeholders, in compliance with its commitment to transparent management.
These provide a detailed picture about the traffic using the public ports of Palma, Alcudia, Mahon, Ibiza and La Savina.
Link to the APB’s e-office which features the official notice boards on public information, human resources, public port land, and auctions, as well as other notices.
The APB has a communication channel for users to request information, make suggestions, and lodge complaints about its ports and lighthouses.
Comprehensive information, including the audit report, of the most recent financial statements passed by the APB's Board of Directors, and given a favourable report by the Spanish National Audit Office.
Until this week, Fermín Aramburu Sainz has been the pilot of the port of Maó. A passionate job that he has been doing for almost 21 years.
Fermín Aramburu: “We pilots have the manoeuvres in our veins”
This investment means that the drivers themselves will carry out the weighing, after prior authorisation.
The new vehicle weighing control systems at the port of Palma will allow the process to be automated and remotely managed
The rest of the public service offices which now share the same location will also be moved there.
The APB offices in the port of La Savina will be moved to the Levante dock
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