The birth of “Ciudad Real Conecta”, a space for the industrial development of the capital – Ciudad Real News
The Municipal Institute for Economic Promotion, Training and Employment (Impefe) of Ciudad Real City Council presented a webpage at a press conference where they could refer to the various industrial areas of the city.
This was stated by President of Impefe, Pedro Maruto, who indicated that Ciudad Real has different industrial and logistical zones in its municipal area; Geostrategic spaces in the national territory that are positioned as “ideal” alternatives for developing, generating and expanding any business and entrepreneurial strategy that needs adequate space for it.
In this way, the Provincial Capital City Council makes this initiative to spread its industrial and logistical spaces available to those who wish to do so through the ‘Ciudad Real Conecta’ program, which is a web page where you can consult various industrial cities of the city’s industrial companies and make a virtual field visit.
With this in mind, Ciudad Real currently owns the industrial districts of Larache, Carretera de Carrión, Oretania, and Polígono Industrial Avanzado. Regarding the available and existing lands in Ciudad Real’s various “industrial cities”, using this network you can find specific documents with cadastral reference to identify them and expand the information of interest.
Ciudad Real Conecta is part of the “National Network of Cities and Spaces for Logistics and Industrial Investment” which currently has access to more than 40 logistical companies, both national and international, related to the logistics and industrial sectors.
On her behalf, Joaquín Pérez Fernández attended the press conference for his presentation, which commented that “Ciudad Real is and should remain a standard in logistics in central Spain.”
In the same context, Perez Fernandez said that in September, Ciudad Real will host a “National Conference for Logistics Services” that will be developed by the “National Network of Cities and Spaces for Logistics and Industrial Investment.”