The future of transportation and logistics, under scrutiny

The logistics and transport sector is one of the sectors that has been best able to withstand the onslaught of the pandemic, with the online market and the supply of supermarkets as its main lines of action. To discuss future challenges, key infrastructures and passenger transport, among other issues, on Tuesday 27 and Wednesday 28, various industry players will participate in round tables that will be broadcast on the website of La Voz de Galicia.

The first of them will delve into the challenges of the Sabón industrial estate. The appointment will be at 10.00 a.m. and it will be attended by Marta Marzoa, manager of the business association of the industrial estate; Jesús Vázquez, CEO of Jevaso; Luis Pardo, CEO of Grupo Gestán, and the mayor of Arteixo, Carlos Calvelo. One hour later, representatives of Bidafarma, Sateliun and Transfesa Logistics, will carry out an express presentation of their companies.

From 12.00, the mayor of Culleredo, José Ramón Rioboo; Vítor Manuel Migués, professor at the USC; Julio Sánchez, public sector director of Valora Consultores, and Pilar Tejo-Mora, managing partner of Teirlog Ingeniería, will focus on Culleredo as the infrastructure hub of the metropolitan area.

In the last meeting of the day, at 16.00 hours, it will be the turn of the current and future scenario of freight transport. Ana María Suáñez, manager of Logística Vantrans; José Carlos García, general secretary of Fegatramer; Montse García, member of Congress and secretary of the transport, mobility and urban agenda committee, and Pedro Pedreira, commercial director of ABC Logistic & Ecocargo, will take part in the round table.

On Wednesday at 10.00 a.m. will be the time to analyze the importance of Punta Langosteira as an engine for economic take-off. Participating in the colloquium will be the president of the Port Authority, Martín Fernández Prado; Ignacio López-Bachiller, director of Grupo Nogar; Santiago Pérez-Torres, general manager of Grupo Pérez Torres; Patricio Erhardt, general manager of Terminales Marítimos de Galicia, and Natalia Barreiro, director of the Repsol refinery in A Coruña.

At 12:00 noon it will be the turn of passenger transport. Ignacio Maestro, director of Mobilidade de la Xunta; Juan Manuel Díaz Villoslada, councilor of Urbanism, Housing, Infrastructure and Mobility of A Coruña; José Ignacio Prada, director of Compañía de Tranvías, and Fernando Míguez, manager of Autos Cal Pita, will speak.
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