tmZ. Terminal Marítima de Zaragoza

Leader in Intermodal platforms for Aragon’s international trade

INTERNATIONAL TRADE DYNAMISER FOR THE ECONOMY OF ARAGON

The Zaragoza Maritime Terminal is an inland sea-port extension where the majority of Aragon’s imports and exports take place.

Thanks to its geostrategic location and logistics expertise, it fulfils all conditions necessary to be a strategic site for the exchange of goods within Spain, making it the main intermodal logistics hub in Southern Europe.

The company, even with the pandemic, has further strengthened its leading position in 2020 with record numbers:

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TRAINS RECEIVED IN 2020
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RAIL CONTAINERS ANNUALLY

GREAT VALUE FOR THE ECONOMY OF ARAGON

The Zaragoza Maritime Terminal is one of the most important assets of the Aragonese economy. It is the source to supply markets with agri-food, industrial and textile products and facilitates the general flow of goods.

Thanks to the availability of this communications hub, the rhythm of exports was not only maintained, but grew, during the pandemic, showing ones of the strength of the Aragonese productive fabric.

GROWTH AND INCREASING STRENGTH

Destinations are growing and cold storage specialization is stronger than ever. The tmZ forecasts continued growth and further strengthening of its agri-food expertise and will therefore continue to support cold storage specialization.

Regarding trade destinations, the Asian market continues to be the strongest option to improve Aragon’s export volume while always keeping an eye on any changes in market trends.

LOGISTICS HUB

The Zaragoza Maritime Terminal is the leading inland intermodal hub in Spain and meets all the conditions to be a strategic location for the exchange of goods with all of Europe.

The connectivity upgrades planned will allow it surpass the limitations of road transport as it increases the development of sustainable transport, the railway.

FUTURE

The future extension will see the reception of 750 metre-long supertrains, instead of the current 550 metre ones, increasing efficiency and reducing transport costs.

At present, the main flow of trains of the tmZ go to the Port of Barcelona but it also has connections to Algeciras, Bilbao and Vigo.

We are working so that all Spanish ports capable of shipping and receiving goods for Aragon have a connection with the Maritime Terminal.