The Port of Bilbao offer a direct communication gateway between Spain and Europe as a flexible and dynamic port, capable of receiving any type of vessel or cargo with specialised services for all traffics.
With an over 700-year history, the port’s facilities are located across 400 hectares of land and offer multiple specialised terminals for both cargoes and traffics including break-bulk and container, in addition to liquid and solid bulks. The Port of Bilbao’s multimodal connections offer a key link with the main Spanish and European roadway and railway networks, producing a smooth and direct freight movement route, for both a fast and sustainable supply chain link.
The Port of Bilbao’s strategic pillars include environmental sustainability, competitive services, and the generation of economic growth - with the development of greener and digital shipping corridors as an additional priority. This has been recently highlighted with a new collaboration announced between the Port of Bilbao and the Port of Amsterdam who together with the Energy Agency of the Basque Government (EVE) and partners, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to join forces in the development of a renewable hydrogen corridor between Bilbao and Amsterdam. The corridor will focus on the maritime route between the two ports and further showcases the Port of Bilbao’s commitment to sustainable shipping solutions.