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阿伯蒂斯基建公司(Abertis Infraestructuras S.A.)
阿伯蒂斯基建公司(Abertis Infraestructuras S.A.)

阿伯蒂斯基建公司網站網址:http://www.abertis.com/

阿伯蒂斯基建公司簡介

  阿伯蒂斯基建公司(Abertis Infraestructuras S.A.,BMAD: ABE)西班牙交通與通訊基礎設施領域的領軍級私有企業,也是在歐洲和拉丁美洲有出色表現的企業集團。其業務涉及高速公路、停車場、電信基礎設施、機場以及物流基地等。

  該集團在伊比利亞半島設有6個大型物流基地,在南美洲智利的聖地亞哥也建有物流中心,並通過這些設施提供分銷、倉儲、物流配送及運輸等各種服務。同時,還可以根據不同的需求,為客戶制定個性化的解決方案。

Abertis

  Abertis is an international group which manages mobility and telecommunications infrastructures through five business areas.

  As a result of the activities undertaken in the field of tollroads, telecommunications infrastructures, airports, car parks and logistics parks, abertis is present in 17 countries in three continents.

  The abertis group has a workforce of over 11,000 people and almost 50% of its income is generated outside of Spain. abertis is listed on the Spanish Stock Exchange and forms part of the selective Ibex 35 index, as well as the Dow Jones Sustainability, FTSE Eurofirst 300 and Standard & Poor's Europe 350 international indices.

History Of Abertis

  In April 2003 Acesa Infraestructures, a business founded in 1967 as Autopistas Conceionaria Española S.A., merged with Aurea Concessiones de Infraestructures, a business founded in 1971 as Autopistas de Mare Nostrum (into which Dragados had spun off its own toll roads), to form Abertis.

  In December 2003 Abertis acquired Retevision, a leading Spanish radio and television distribution business.

  In June 2004 Abertis acquired Iberpistas, another Spanish toll road operator.

  In January 2005 Abertis acquired TBI plc, a British airport operator.

  An attempt initiated in April 2006 to acquire Atlantia (formerly Autostrade), the leading Italian toll road operator, was aborted in January 2008 after opposition from the Italian Government. Abertis intends to sell some of its stake in the company.

  On May 19, 2008, Abertis, along with Citi Infrastructure Investors of New York City, submitted a $12.8 billion proposal to lease the Pennsylvania Turnpike in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania for 75 years. This proposal still faces approval from the state legislature.