Boluda Cargo open a trade mission in Hong Kong

With this signature, the transitory division hopes to increase in a 30% its traffics with Asia and carry on with its expansion over the continent.

Boluda Corporación Marítima carries on with its expansion over the Asian continent. Between its last actions it is found the opening of a new trade mission in Hong Kong, through a commercial agreement signed between Boluda Cargo Int’l, transitory international division of the Corporation, and its agents in China. This new delegation is added to the Shanghai’s one, opened at the beginning of 2008. Continue reading

Vicente Boluda, elected president of the commission of Anave’s regular cargo lines

The Association of Spanish Shipping Companies has renewed its governing bodies in an electoral General Assembly.

Adolfo Utor becomes the Association’s new president, and Gonzalo Alvargonzález will take over the post of vice-president

 

Vicente Boluda, president of Boluda Corporación Marítima, has been elected president of the Commission of the Regular Cargo Lines belonging to Anave, the Association of Spanish Shipping Companies, which today celebrated its electoral General Assembly. Continue reading

Boluda has become NYK’s logistics operator in Las Palmas

Through the La Luz Terminal, the Spanish company is taking over the cargo transfer traffic that the American shipping company has between the USA and Africa

The volume of movement foreseen with this new shipping line will reach 1,000 units per docking

The La Luz Terminal, owned by Boluda Corporación Marítima, has taken over the cargo transfer of cars and heavy machinery that one of the biggest automotive transport companies in the world, NYK, handles between the USA and West Africa. The Port of Las Palmas will thus act as base for the line that NYK still has between the ports of Cape Canaveral and Willington (USA), and Cotonou (Benin), Lomé (Togo) and Lagos (Nigeria). Continue reading

The terminal ‘La Luz’ manages to take over the goods transfer traffic between south Africa and northern Europe

The line, which the Saecs consortium had been operating until now in the Opcsa Terminal, will mean a volume of 75,000 TEUs transferred in 2009

The La Luz container Terminal, owned by Boluda Corporación Marítima, has managed to take over the goods transfer traffic between South Africa and Northern Europe that until now was operated by the Saecs shipping company in the Opsca Terminal, which belongs to Dragados SPL & MSC. This operation will allow Boluda’s load-handling company to increase the volume of container movement by 75,000 TEUs, growing from 160,000 last year to the 235,000 TEUs foreseen for 2009. Continue reading