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EXPERIENCES AND PERSPECTIVES FROM THE DRY PORT OF

COSLADA, MADRID

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AGENDA

I. BACKGROUND: THE MADRID DRY PORT


II. MADRID DRY PORT SUCCESS: A RESULT OF
COOPERATION BETWEEN THE SEAPORTS
III. INTERMODAL INFRASTRUCTURE
IV. THE IMPLEMENTATION OF INLAND MARITIME
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE AREA
V. FUTURE PERSPECTIVES AND PLANS TO IMPROVE
MADRID DRY PORT

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Experiences and Perspectives from the Dry Port of Coslada, Madrid,
Madrid, Spain
AGENDA

I. BACKGROUND: THE MADRID DRY PORT


II. MADRID DRY PORT SUCCESS: A RESULT OF
COOPERATION BETWEEN THE SEAPORTS
III. INTERMODAL INFRASTRUCTURE
IV. THE IMPLEMENTATION OF INLAND MARITIME
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE AREA
V. FUTURE PERSPECTIVES AND PLANS TO IMPROVE
MADRID DRY PORT

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Experiences and Perspectives from the Dry Port of Coslada, Madrid,
Madrid, Spain
I. BACKGROUND: THE MADRID DRY PORT

The Madrid Dry Port was designed with a twin strategic aims in mind:
1.To promote the entire State-owned Spanish Port System - including the interest of
each of the Seaports involved .
2.To promote Madrid as one of the top logistic platform in Europe.

The main objectives of a dry port are:

To extend the hinterland of seaports and multiply the opportunities for sea-rail
transport in different directions.

To facilitate transport organization, customs and administrative procedures for a


competitive position of the port in the region in which the dry port is located. The dry port
situates the seaport closer to its users.

To establish long distance transport services offering a high quality / price ratio.

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I. BACKGROUND: THE MADRID DRY PORT
The Madrid Dry Port is an intermodal container terminal located in Coslada, close to
Madrid city, which has a direct link to the Spanish Ports of Algeciras, Barcelona,
Bilbao and Valencia. These four seaports currently handle the highest container
traffic on mainland Spain.

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I. BACKGROUND: THE MADRID DRY PORT

Total traffic evolution of the Madrid Dry Port ( TEUs )

70000
60000

50000
40000
TEUS
30000
20000

10000

0
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

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Experiences and Perspectives from the Dry Port of Coslada, Madrid,
Madrid, Spain
AGENDA

I. BACKGROUND: THE MADRID DRY PORT


II. MADRID DRY PORT SUCCESS: A RESULT OF
COOPERATION BETWEEN THE SEAPORTS
III. INTERMODAL INFRASTRUCTURE
IV. THE IMPLEMENTATION OF INLAND MARITIME
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE AREA
V. FUTURE PERSPECTIVES AND PLANS TO IMPROVE
MADRID DRY PORT

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Experiences and Perspectives from the Dry Port of Coslada, Madrid,
Madrid, Spain
II. MADRID DRY PORT SUCCESS: A RESULT OF COOPERATION BETWEEN
THE SEAPORTS

A way to success:
A.PROMOTES THE SEAPORTS HINTERLAND
B.OPERATIONAL ORGANIZATION
C. ECONOMICAL AND FINANCIAL DESCRIPTION

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II. MADRID DRY PORT SUCCESS: A RESULT OF COOPERATION BETWEEN
THE SEAPORTS

A. Promotes the seaports hinterland


The convergence of traffic coming from differents seaports gives the
Dry Port of Madrid a singular differential element compared to those
established in other countries, which tend to be linked to just one
seaport.
In the case of the Dry Port of Madrid-Coslada, the concentration of
traffic from different seaports allows the establishment of so-called
land bridges, that link two far off seaports through a land link instead
of a maritime one.
This possibility allows the improvement of the competitiveness of the
Spanish port system as a whole and of each port in particular, as well
as increasing the participation of the rail mode in terms of capturing
traffic generated by the different ports.

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II. MADRID DRY PORT SUCCESS: A RESULT OF COOPERATION BETWEEN THE SEAPORTS

II. B. Operational Organization.

The promoter and developer for the Madrid Dry Port is Puerto Seco
de Madrid, S.A., under majority public ownership. Its shareholders
are Puertos del Estado ( 10,20 % ), Public Organisation of State-
owned Ports, the Port Authorities of Algeciras ( 10,20 % ),
Barcelona ( 10,20 % ), Bilbao ( 10,20 % ) and Valencia ( 10,20 % ),
the Madrid Regional Government ( 25 % ), the public company
Entidad Pblica Empresarial de Suelo ( 13,08 % ) and the Coslada
Local Council ( 10,92 % ). Because Madrid Dry Port is a public
company, its constitution was authorised by the Council of
Ministers, in 1995.

The four ports quoted and Puertos del Estado hold 51 % of the
share capital, backing the port strategy above any other.

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II. MADRID DRY PORT SUCCESS: A RESULT OF COOPERATION BETWEEN
THE SEAPORTS

Operation of the terminal is carried out by a concessionaire ( under a


ten-year concession ), the private company CONTE-RAIL,S.A. owned
by RENFE ( Spains National Rail Board and the only possible rail
operator in Spain up to 1 January, 2005 ) ( 46 % ), Dragados SPL (50%)
and Puertos del Estado ( 4 % stock holding ).

The company Dry Port of Madrid is responsible for the supervision of


the work carried out by the operator chosen by public bidding, over ten
years.

In 2007, the Dry Port of Madrid authorized a new private company


called CONTINENTAL RAIL, 100 % owned by the construction Spanish
group ACS, to deal as container transport

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II. MADRID DRY PORT SUCCESS: A RESULT OF COOPERATION BETWEEN
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C. Economical and Financial Description


The land used by the Madrid Dry Port is available thanks to the
agreement reached among the Ministry of Development, the
Madrid Regional Government, the Coslada Local Council and the
State Company Ports of State ( Puertos del Estado ) together with
the State Society for the Promotion and Development ( SEPES ).
Thanks to the above-mentioned agreement, the availability of this
land is guaranteed for 50 years, with the due payment for its
leasehold ( 15.000 /year ).

The investments carried out were:.


-Infrastructure, 16 million Euros, paid by Madrid Dry Port
-Equipment, 4 million Euros, paid by the concessionaire, Conterail

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Experiences and Perspectives from the Dry Port of Coslada, Madrid,
Madrid, Spain
AGENDA

I. BACKGROUND: THE MADRID DRY PORT


II. MADRID DRY PORT SUCCESS: A RESULT OF
COOPERATION BETWEEN THE SEAPORTS
III. INTERMODAL INFRASTRUCTURE
IV. THE IMPLEMENTATION OF INLAND MARITIME
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE AREA
V. FUTURE PERSPECTIVES AND PLANS TO IMPROVE
MADRID DRY PORT

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Madrid, Spain
III. INTERMODAL INFRASTRUCTURE

The Madrid Dry Port is located in the municipality of Coslada, very close to
Madrid.
The following main reasons to choice the Coslada location for the
Madrid Dry Port were:
1. Its integration into the Madrid metropolitan area, a vast metropolitan
production centre and consumption centre (4 millions population plus a
further 6 million in the Madrid hinterland area).
2. The existence of good national and international intermodal connections
starting from the radial motorway network and the existing rail network.
3. The concentration in the Coslada area of logistics services companies
along with the existence of major schemes currently under way, the most
outstanding of which include the Coslada Transporte Center (the CTC ), the
Madrid-Barajas Air Cargo Centre (the Madrid Dry Port is located next to
Madrids international airport, Madrid-Barajas ) and the Vicalvaro rail station
specializing in freight traffics ( 1. 5 million m2 )

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III. INTERMODAL INFRASTRUCTURE:
LOCATION AND MOTORWAY CONNECTIONS OF MADRID DRY PORT.

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III. INTERMODAL INFRASTRUCTURE:
LOCATION AND RAILWAY CONNECTIONS OF THE MADRID DRY PORT.

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III. INTERMODAL INFRASTRUCTURE

The physical characteristics of the terminal are the following:


- Total Terminal area: 140.000 m2
- Container storage area: 16.000 m2
- Four tracks, extendible to six, for train loading/unloading.
- Two reception/delivery train tracks
- Storage area for empty containers: 18.000 m2 ( 1700 Teus capacity )

The current equipment consists of the following machines:


- One RMG crane
- 3 Reach-Staker mobile cranes, 2 lift-truck for empty containers, 3 Forklifts
- 3 Loco-tractors

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III. INTERMODAL INFRAESTRUCTURE.
TERMINAL CROSS-SECTION.

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Experiences and Perspectives from the Dry Port of Coslada, Madrid,
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III. INTERMODAL INFRAESTRUCTURE.
TERMINAL CONFIGURATION.

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Experiences and Perspectives from the Dry Port of Coslada, Madrid,
Madrid, Spain
AGENDA

I. BACKGROUND: THE MADRID DRY PORT


II. MADRID DRY PORT SUCCESS: A RESULT OF
COOPERATION BETWEEN THE SEAPORTS
III. INTERMODAL INFRASTRUCTURE
IV. THE IMPLEMENTATION OF INLAND MARITIME
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE AREA
V. FUTURE PERSPECTIVES AND PLANS TO IMPROVE
MADRID DRY PORT

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Madrid, Spain
IV. THE IMPLENTATION OF INLAND MARITIME CUSTOMS CLEARANCE AREA.

A provisional authorization was issued by our customs authorities at


February-2000, the definitive authorization was issued at April-2003.
In accordance with the Community Customs Code, there are some very
important articles to set up the customs clearance procedures in the inland
terminal. So:
Article 85. The use of any customs procedure with economic impact shall
be conditional upon authorization being issued by the customs authorities .
About external transit (suspensive arrangement). Madrid Dry Port, is an
inland Terminal as customs office working with an external transit customs
clearance. So:
Article 91. The external transit procedure shall allow the movement from
one point to another within the customs territory of the Community of: ( a )
non- Community goods, without such goods being subject to import duties
and other charges on to commercial policy measures ( )

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IV. THE IMPLENTATION OF INLAND MARITIME CUSTOMS CLEARANCE AREA.

In Madrid Dry Port we mainly handled non-Community goods container:


from U.S, South-America, China, etc.
Art. 92.1. The external transit procedure shall end and the obligations of
the holder shall be met when the goods placed under the procedure and the
required documents are produced at the customs office of destination in
accordance with the provisions of the procedure in question.

Import: Madrid Dry Port is the customs office of destination in the external
transit, the customs office of departure are Barcelona Seaport, Valencia
Seaport, Bilbao Seaport or Algeciras Seaport.
Export: Madrid Dry Port is the customs office of departure, seaports are
destination.

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IV. THE IMPLENTATION OF INLAND MARITIME CUSTOMS CLEARANCE AREA.

Art. 97 b ) each member state shall have the right to establish simplified
procedures in certain circumstances for goods not required to move in the
territory of another member Staten.

This is the case of Madrid Dry Port, where is being doing the external transit
under cover of the T 1 form.

When the containers-train arrives to Dry Port, the customs police watch-over
the containers security seals. The railway company finished his chain and
the containers remain under customs office control.

The external transit procedure shall end when the required documents are
produced at the customs office. Then, the container is ready to go on.

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Experiences and Perspectives from the Dry Port of Coslada, Madrid,
Madrid, Spain
AGENDA

I. BACKGROUND: THE MADRID DRY PORT


II. MADRID DRY PORT SUCCESS: A RESULT OF
COOPERATION BETWEEN THE SEAPORTS
III. INTERMODAL INFRASTRUCTURE
IV. THE IMPLEMENTATION OF INLAND MARITIME
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE AREA
V. FUTURE PERSPECTIVES AND PLANS TO IMPROVE
MADRID DRY PORT

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Madrid, Spain
V. FUTURE PERSPECTIVES AND PLANS FOR DEVELOPMENT MADRID DRY
PORT

Nowadays, it is being performed an expansion of the terminal with the


following characteristics:

Expansion area of about 25.000 m2


Warehouses
Staff buildings
The operative infrastructure will be modify to 750 m long trains.

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V. FUTURE PERSPECTIVES AND PLANS FOR DEVELOPMENT MADRID DRY PORT

Regarding this expansion , the lay out of Madrid Dry Port will look like this:

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MADRID DRY PORT - PUERTO SECO DE MADRID
For further information, please, do not hesitate to contact
Jaime Seijas
jaime.seijas@puertoseco.com

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