He will coordinate and promote the Gran Canaria Port Terminal logistics and services from 14 January
Shipping company Boluda Lines’ subsidiary Boluda Maritime Terminals, responsible for providing and managing logistics services in the main ports of Spain, has appointed Javier Fernández Bombín as new director of Boluda Maritime Terminal Las Palmas. He has taken up the new position at Boluda Corporación Marítima today, on 14 January.
Javier Fernández Bombín replaces Javier Climent, who has managed the Las Palmas terminal since 2013. On 27 November 2018 Climent was appointed as the new corporate director of Boluda Corporación Marítima in the Canary Islands, combining the two positions until now.
Fernández Bombín, 37, from Santa Cruz de Tenerife, will follow Boluda Lines’ commitment to promote one of the leading multipurpose logistics platforms in loading/unloading, container warehousing, general freight and roro goods operations in the South Atlantic.
The new head of the Las Palmas logistics platform has qualifications in Engineering and Business. With 13 years’ experience gained in different groups and maritime terminals around the world, in earlier projects he achieved excellent results as technical director of terminals in Turkey and Guatemala, and at a technical level as regional manager of several terminals in Latin America.
The new director of Boluda Maritime Terminal Las Palmas takes on this new challenge with the aim of achieving excellence in logistics services and taking the terminal of the island of Gran Canaria to the highest level, through standardization and process automation strategies, making Boluda Maritime Terminal Las Palmas a benchmark among port operators in the international arena.
As a leading maritime services company, Boluda Corporación Marítima has hired Javier Fernández as part of the company’s strategy to attract talent and professional experience, in order to strengthen and consolidate their services.
Boluda Maritime Terminals has warehousing and logistics management platforms in the ports of Las Palmas, Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Santa Cruz de La Palma, Vilagarcía de Arousa and Seville.