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The fishermen improve their work with a craft workshop (20/11/2009)

The mayor of Mazarrón, Francisco Blaya, and the Director General for Transport and Ports of the Ministry of Public Works and Planning, Carmen Sandoval, this morning visited the ship works workshop that the Ministry is running on the port to improve working conditions of fishermen in the municipality.

The works of the new facility will benefit more than two hundred workers and also drive the development of fisheries in the municipality.

The objective of these is to support one of the largest fishing fleets in the region, which in turn should help optimize the working conditions of fishermen.

The infrastructure is located in the south basin of the port near the fish market and will have a floor area of almost 250 square meters.

Also also protect workers from adverse weather conditions, avoiding exposure to the sun or rain on arrival at the coast and providing a safe place to deposit their tools.

The works, which have a budget of over € 280,000, will involve the construction of a craft workshop metal structure will also have a mezzanine.

The mayor of Mazarrón, Francisco Blaya, expressed his satisfaction with the construction of this new infrastructure will facilitate the work of the fisheries sector, one of the main sources of the economy of the municipality of Mazarrón.

For its part, the Director General for Transport and Ports, Carmen Sandoval, stated that the Ministry of Public Works and Planning to install a ecopunto in the fishing port of Mazarrón with the aim of protecting the coast in the municipality through responsible management waste in this area of high marine activity.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón

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