The Port of Huelva Authority has an agreement with the Association of Chemical and Basic Industries of Huelva to manage and operate the Port of Huelva. The Port of Huelva’s inner port was constructed in 1972. The East Wharf replaced old facilities that were built in the early 1900s. The East Wharf has 2.8 thousand square meters of covered storage and a warehouse zone of 24.4 thousand square meters. The Solid Bulk Terminal covers 21.6 thousand square meters. Privately-operated facilities include 16 thousand square meters of covered storage.
The Port of Huelva’s cargo docks have a total of three thousand meters of berths that include the Ingeniero Juan Gonzalo Wharf of 902 meters with alongside depth of 12 meters and the Northern Zone Wharf of 480 meters long with alongside depth of 13 meters that handle bulk and general cargoes. The Ingeniero Juan Lonzalo Wharf also has almost 20 thousand square meters of covered sheds and a warehouse zone of 95.7 thousand square meters.
The East Wharf contains a berth 520 meters long with alongside depth of 8 meters and handles general cargoes. The East Wharf also contains a berth of 150 meters long with alongside depth of 8 meters for local passengers. The Torre Arenillas Dry Bulk Wharf is 465 meters long with alongside depth of 12 meters. The Torre Arenillas Oil Wharf is 560 meters long with alongside depth of 13 meters. The East Wharf also contains a 530-meter long wharf with alongside depth of 8 meters for fish cargoes.
In 2007, the Port of Huelva handled a total of over 21.7 million tons of cargo, including 3.9 million tons of exports and 17.8 million tons of imports. Included in this total were 7.6 million tons of petroleum products, 7.6 million tons of solid bulk, 5.9 million tons of liquid bulk, and about 700 thousand tons of general merchandise.