Located in the centre of the Bay of Biscay, 15 kilometres from the French border and directly connected to the Atlantic Corridor of the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T), Pasaia Port plays a major role in the supply chains for the iron and steel and automobile industries.
Its land connections make it highly recommendable for SSS (Short Sea Shipping): several regular lines of ro-ro ships link the port with the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Belgium, carrying an average of 20,500 vehicles each month or 5,447 tonnes of profiles each year.
Coils for land transport.
Similarly, the internal road network links Pasaia easily with the main industrial parks and logistics areas in the northern half of Spain. Pasaia is keen to work with all of these to jointly develop activities which provide added value to logistics services (or improve already existing processes).