It currently offers a new express service linking the Spanish coast with the Canary Islands.

Boluda Lines, the goods transport division of Boluda Corporación Marítima, has restructured its commercial lines and its fleet so as to offer a complete, direct, and quality system to its clients. In this way the company has put its faith in the strengthening and renovation of its services between Italy, the Spanish mainland, and the Canary Islands with four shipping lines, with the aim of speeding up trade and shortening journey times between the Mediterranean and the Canary Islands.

Boluda Lines now offers a new express service that leaves every weekend from the mainland ports of Barcelona, Valencia, and Alicante bound for the Canaries. This route means that containers can arrive at the capital and peripheral islands without transhipment. Up to now no other shipping company had offered this service. These routes are covered by the vessels Ruiloba, Cte Beatriz, Skirner, and Neuburg. Moreover, there are also weekly services from Italy (Genoa and Livorno).

Another strategic area for the company is West Africa, where the ports of Agadir (Morocco), Nouadhibou and Nouakchott (Mauritania), and Dakar (Senegal) are linked to Las Palmas. The container ship Lidón B also serves the north of Africa to connect Ceuta and Algeciras. In addition, the islands are linked to other parts of the Spanish mainland by lines running to Seville and northern Spain.

With a fast modern fleet of ships less than ten years old with a service speed of 18 knots, Boluda Lines attains its objective: offering a maritime service that saves time and brings countries closer to each other.