The Board of Directors has approved in its session today a Plan of Anti-Fraud Measures of the Port Authority of Castellón, whose objective is to guarantee that the funds corresponding to the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan that PortCastelló manages and executes are used in accordance with the rules applicable to the prevention, detection and correction of fraud, corruption and conflicts of interest.
On the other hand, the Castellón Port Authority leads, for the second consecutive year, the transparency ranking of the Spanish port system, according to Dyntra, the first collaborative platform in the world that measures transparency when publishing data on websites from different public organizations. This was reported by President Rafa Simó, who stressed that “we will continue working to improve all the indicators, given that transparency and communication are fundamental pillars for the organizational governance of the Castellón Port Authority”.
The president of the Castellón Port Authority has also reported the latest data on freight traffic in the port of Castellón, which reflects a growth of 2.7% in the year to date, representing 18 million tons.
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