To fulfil its mission, the Port Authority has stakes in a range of companies and foundations involved in port activities:
|Participation in Foundations||Share (%)|
|Fundació Valenciana Premis Rei Jaume I de la Comunitat Valenciana|
|Valencia Region Foundation for Research, Promotion and Commercial Studies (Valenciaport Foundation):
A non-profit private entity whose mission is to promote the ports of Valencia, Sagunto and Gandía and their Port Communities through research, training, cooperation for development, and fostering the economy and the cultural aspects of the port sector.
|Subsidiary Companies||Share (%)|
|Valencia Plataforma Intermodal y Logística, S.A.
A company founded in 1994 to promote and develop the Logistic Activities Zones (ZAL) of Valencia. Following a collaboration agreement signed in 2001, it is the commercial branch of Valenciaport.
|Infoport Valencia, S.A.
Information services company founded in 1998 by the Valencia Port Community serving as the driving force in electronic information exchange related to logistics through Valenciaport ports, facilitating the use of new information technologies.
|Puerto Seco de Madrid, S.A.
Logistics infrastructure created with the collaboration of the State-Owned Ports Body, the ports of Algeciras, Barcelona, Bilbao and Valencia, the Madrid Region and the Town Council of Coslada, operated as an administrative concession by a corporation of stakeholders Spanish Railways (RENFE), Urbaser and State-Owned Ports Body.
|CSP Iberian Zaragoza Rail Terminal, S.L.
Company whose activity is the exploitation, operation and management of intermodal freight terminals, as well as activities ancillary to maritime and land, rail and road freight transport. It carries out this activity at the Zaragoza intermodal rail terminal.