The agenda included a working meeting with the delegate of the Santander Free Trade Zone and meetings with the main authorities of the State and the region.
Santander.- October 17, 2022
The morning of Monday, October 17th was dedicated to put in common the main strategic lines of both free zones and to know first hand the coworking center recently opened in the facilities of Santander Free Zone. Likewise, a meeting was held with the president of the Port Authority of Santander, Francisco Martín, to whom Sánchez Monteseirín moved the characteristics and potential of Sevilla Free Zone.
In addition to the visit to the Port of Santander and the planned meeting with its president, several meetings will be held with the Government delegate in Cantabria, Ainoa Quiñones, with the president of the Parliament, Joaquín Gómez, and with the vice-president of the government, Pablo Zuloaga, promoter of the Santander Free Trade Zone coworking.
Sevilla and Cantabria are territories closely linked by history, a history that is present in the coat of arms of Cantabria. And the evolution of history has meant that the Free Trade Zones of Sevilla and Santander are the two latest additions to the map of Free Trade Zones in Spain, made up of: Barcelona, Cádiz, Vigo, Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Sevilla and Santander. Seven territories with a special customs regime specially designed to boost international trade thanks to its tax and customs advantages. And seven territories, managed by public state entities, with the vocation of contributing to the economic and social development of their areas of influence.