Andalusia has road and rail communications systems that provide access to any part of the Andalusian territory and also favour connections outside the region. The region has an ample network of highways and motorways, high-speed trains, 6 airports of which 5 have international connections, and 9 ports for the receipt and sending of cargo, of which Algeciras is worthy of particular mention as it is the principal port in the Mediterranean in terms of total container traffic.
Andalusia is one of the Spanish regions with the highest index of qualified young people.
Andalusia has a modern network of centres which enables the region to satisfy all the business community’s need for specialist workers.
Andalusia also stands out as being one of the Autonomous Regions that has the lowest labour costs for businesses, below the average in both Spain and the Euro Zone.
Furthermore, mention should be made of the high level of commitment and the low level of staff turnover in the region.
Andalusia has a modern network of technological parks and technological centres that group specialist businesses together in clusters that boost improvements in technological development in the region.
This network is made up of:
- 11 Technological Parks
- 18 Technological Centres
- 35 Innovation and Technology Centres and Foundations
- 3 European Business and Innovation Centres.
It is worth mentioning RETA, a non-profit business association made up of technological spaces in Andalusia to boost networking and the sharing of strategies, know-how and resources between companies.
Likewise, the region has a varied offer of industrial and office properties at competitive prices, with modern infrastructures with which to set industrial projects up.
Last updated: 15|12|2017
The information on these pages was prepared by each autonomous community