The manager for the Terminal de la Luz has been unanimously elected by the six cargo handling companies operating in the Port.
Francisco Naranjo, manager for Terminal de la Luz, part of the Boluda Terminales Marítimas, has now been appointed chairman for the cargo handling sector of the shipping agents and dockers association (Asociación de Consignatarios y Estibadores) in Puerto de Las Palmas, in place of Juan Pérez, managing director for Opcsa and previous representative in this post. Francisco Naranjo, who has been unanimously elected by representatives from the six cargo handling companies operating in the port (Opcsa, Boluda, La Luz Market, Armas, Trasmediterránea and LMC) will combine the chairmanship for the cargo handling companies sector with his post in charge of the Port Commission for the Canary Islands Confederation, also in place of Juan Pérez.
Boluda will therefore be taking over from Opcsa as the Port’s leading management with Francisco Naranjo as representative for the cargo handling companies in Las Palmas. In the words of the man himself, “This post is a new challenge which opens up the future and something I take on with a great deal of determination and aim to work towards over the next four years”. Boluda Corporación Marítima, already present in the port of Las Palmas and with this appointment the company has now come to represent the leading exponent in this sector.