Boluda Lines regional representative in Alicante Felipe López Pellús elected president of Alicante Shipping Agents Association

He has worked in the Boluda Corporación Marítima shipping company since 1998

The regional representative of Boluda Lines in the province of Alicante, Felipe López Pellús, has been elected president of Alicante Port Shipping Agents Association following elections held at its annual general meeting. He replaces José Andrés Martínez, manager of Bergé Marítima. López Pellús already served as president of Alicante Shipping Agents Association between 2008 and 2012. Continue reading

Boluda Corporación Marítima closes major trade deals at Intermodal South America international exhibition after significant number of visits to the stand

The company’s subsidiary Naviera del Mercosur announced the forthcoming addition of a new container ship, the “VICKY B”, to meet increased demand for river transport in the Paraná-Paraguay Waterway

Boluda Maritime Terminals presented two new stowage areas in the ports of Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Santa Cruz de La Palma to cover the needs of future freight traffic with America

The holding company was in Sao Paulo, Brazil to showcase its expansion plan and extensive range of multimodal transport, towage and fuel supply services

Boluda Corporación Marítima received a record number of visitors during the company’s fifth attendance with its own stand at the Intermodal South America international exhibition held in Sao Paulo, Brazil from 13 to 15 April, resulting in major trade deals. Thanks to its international expansion plan, during the exhibition the company once again increased its range of multimodal services in integrated transport, international goods management and towage on both sides of the Atlantic. Continue reading

20% of female employees at Boluda Corporación Marítima occupy managerial positions, higher than sector average

Boluda Cargo Int’l manager Eva García Bosch took part in a panel discussion organized by the Adecco Foundation in Valencia

Manager of Boluda Cargo Int’l Eva García Bosch stressed that in Boluda Corporación Marítima “20% of female employees occupy managerial positions, above the average trend in a sector where senior management positions are traditionally occupied by men”. Continue reading

Boluda Corporación Marítima attends Intermodal international exhibition in Sao Paulo for fifth year to expand commercial market in America

The company is to add a new vessel, the “VICKY B”, to meet increased demand for river transport in the Paraná-Paraguay Waterway

Boluda Maritime Terminals will present two new stowage areas in the ports of Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Santa Cruz de La Palma at stand 1-106

The company offers multimodal port and ocean towage, comprehensive international freight transport and management and fuel supply services

For the fifth consecutive year Boluda Corporación Marítima will attend the 24th Intermodal South America international exhibition, one of the most important logistics forums in the international arena, held in Sao Paulo, Brazil from 13 to 15 March. During the event Boluda Corporación Marítima shipping company Boluda Lines will be exhibiting at stand 1-106. The company will showcase improvements to be introduced in the coming weeks in dry and refrigerated cargo transport services along the Paraná-Paraguay Waterway, to meet increasing demand for a service already consolidated and provided since 2005 by its subsidiary Naviera del Mercosur. Continue reading

Boluda Lines recovers port stop in Santa Cruz de La Palma on North Line to transport plantain from Canary Islands to Galicia, Basque Country and Portugal

The route, which will increases freight transport on the trade route to northern Spain, departs on Sundays, transporting plantain from Canarias  from the port of Santa Cruz de La Palma to Vilagarcía, Bilbao and Lisbon

Boluda Corporación Marítima shipping company Boluda Lines has recovered the Santa Cruz de La Palma port stop on the North Line goods shipping route, to transport Canary Islands plantain weekly from the Canary archipelago to Portugal and the north of Spain. The shipment will be made on Sundays in refrigerated containers (reefers), a type of transport in which Boluda Lines specializes. Continue reading