Boluda Towage and Salvage participates in Ecoport

The purpose of this working group is to improve the environmental state of the ports Gandía, Sagunto y Valencia.

Boluda Towage and Salvage, division of port tug and ocean going of Boluda Corporación Marítima, has taken part voluntarily in the program Ecoport promoted by the Port Authority of Valencia and which has for object to improve in quality and quantity the state of the environment in the ports administered by the APV Continue reading

Boluda Lines participates at the seminar “ Perspectives of Cooperation with Maghreb after the Arab Spring”

Fernando Caracciolo and Gorka Carrillo were the representants of the shipping company during the working day.

 

Fernando Caracciolo, manager of International Lines and Gorka Carrillo, Manager of Economic Control and Administration of  Boluda Lines, shipping division of Boluda Corporación Marítima, have participated to the seminar “Perspectives of Cooperation with Maghreb after the Arab Spring”, that took place in Valencia and organized by the Mediterranean Chamber and the Mediterranean House. Continue reading

Boluda Lines participates in the Round Table about “Maritime and Air Communications between Canaris and Occidental Africa”, organized by Proexca

The participants from the shipping company were Javier Sansó y Carla Socas.

 

Javier Sansó, manager of  West África lines and Carla Socas, manager in Tenerife of Boluda lines, the shipping division of Boluda Corporación Marítima, have participated in a Round Table about “Maritime and Air Communications between Canaris and Occidental Africa” organized by the Canarian Society of Economic Developpement, S.A. (Proexca). Continue reading

Boluda Corporación Marítima bet on formation

Twelve of its crew members will be able to practice as Great Naval Mechanics in merchant ship till 6.000 kilowatt, after adquiring the formation.

 

Boluda Towage and Salvage, the division of harbour towage and ocean going towage of Boluda Corporación Marítima, is preparing its personal of tugs in the Integrated Center of Professional Formation Hespérides, with a formation class, that will allow the great naval mechanics, according to the current normative, to work in ships till 3.000 kw, to exercise, once the formation is finished, as engine officers and chiefs in merchant ships till 6.000 kw. Continue reading