The terminal, property of Boluda Corporación Marítima, has received today the first ship of the Belgian shipping company.
The line who covers the ports of Rotterdam, Lexois, Las Palmas, Ivory Coast, Cameroun, Congo, Zaire, Angola, Namibia and Equatorial Guinea will improve the connectivity between the port of Gran Canary and West Africa.
The terminal of la Luz has received this morning the first container carrier of the company Safmarine that will since today stops once a week in the Gran Canaries port since the agreement reached between Boluda Corporación Marítima, who administer the terminal of la Luz and the shipping company. The line who before was operating in the port of Tenerife, will cover the trip Rotterdam, Lexois, Las Palmas, Ivory Coast, Cameroun, Gabon, Congo, Zaire, Angola, Namibia and Equatorial Guinea, which according to Francisco Naranjo, manager of the división Boluda Terminales Marítimas and of the Terminal of la Luz “will improve the connection between the port of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and West Africa and will reinforce the international projection of the port”. Continue reading