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Balearic Islands Port Authority approves the Business Plan for 2012 that includes an investment of 54.6 million euros

Palma, 15/12/2011

The Board of Directors of the Balearic Islands Port Authority (APB) today approved, at its last meeting of the year, the Business Plan for 2012 that foresees an investment of 54.6 million euros to run on the ports of general interest it runs in the Balearic Islands.


Among the works scheduled to start next year highlights the dredging of the area close to the Maritime and Port Nou Cós Mahon, budgeted at two million euros. This action seeks to recover the depth of the commercial dock in order to ensure optimal conditions for berthing cruise ships.


In the port of Palma will be spent next year twenty-one million euros, of which the majority will go to continue the expansion west docks for mooring cruise of great length, which is expected to enter service during the peak tourist season.


Similarly, continuing the construction of docks in the port Botafoc of Ibiza, with an annual investment of seventeen billion, virtually all in 2012 as the port for Ibiza.Similarly, in the port of Alcudia, the fourteen and a half million euros investment will receive will be directed to continue in the stabilization and foundation piers Town, and West Bank.


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