Boluda Maritime Corporation has been rewarded with the Las Palmas Port 2018 Award in the Sociocultural category for sponsoring the Temudas Fest symphony concerts

The Las Palmas Port Foundation considers the musical event, which is organised in the Boluda Maritime Terminal of las Palmas (La Luz), to be “an example of coordination of a whole company putting their team into operation in order that this activity not interfere with the activity in the port”

Boluda Maritime Corporation has been rewarded with the Las Palmas Port 2018 Award in the Sociocultural category, presented 25th April by members of the board of The Las Palmas Port Foundation panel. The award will be presented at a ceremony to be held in May. Continue reading

Secretary-general of United Nations International Maritime Organization, Kitack Lim, praises work of International Salvage Union (ISU) chaired by Charo Coll, manager of Chartering, Offshore and Salvage at Boluda Corporación Marítima

ISU, which represents the most renowned and prestigious international marine salvage companies, held its annual Associate Members’ Day Conference in London

As part of her stay in the British capital Charo Coll took the opportunity to award Honorary Life Membership of the ISU and the Meritorious Service Award to Hugh Shaw, the former UK Secretary of State’s Representative for Marine Salvage and Intervention

The Secretary General of the United Nations International Maritime Organization (IMO) Kitack Lim publicly praised “the important work carried out by the International Salvage Union (ISU)”, chaired by Charo Coll, manager of Boluda Corporación Marítima’s chartering, offshore and salvage division. The delegates were in London attending a dinner organized at Trinity House the night before the Annual Associate Members’ Day Conference, and was attended by about 100 guests associated with the maritime industry sector. Continue reading

The Guadalquivir Maritime Terminal and MSC agree to a new rail service in the Port of Seville

The Seville Port Authority provides collaboration for coordinating the rail infrastructure within the port

The Guadalquivir Maritime Terminal which is comprised of Boluda Lines and McAndrews has the consession for the Port of Seville Terminal for the next 29 years

The Guadaquivir Maritime Terminal (TMG) has reached an agreement with maritime company Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) to manage the operational handling of the railway of this Swiss Multinational Company by means of a new rail service in the Port of Seville. The press will be informed today, April 4th by Manuel Gracia, President of the Seville Port Authority, Ignacio Ballester, Manager of MSC Spain Central Office and Francisco Montes Manager of Boluda Maritime Terminals. Continue reading