The Boluda Corporación Marítima shipping company offered cocktails to Canary Islands plantain sector representatives visiting the stand

Boluda Corporación Marítima shipping company Boluda Lines has enjoyed a successful exhibit with its own stand at Fruit Attraction held from 22 to 24 October, attracting new customers in line with a commitment to internationalization in service, and specialization in maritime transport of fruit and vegetables in thirteen countries. The company operates fourteen shipping routes, linking the Iberian Peninsula with the Canary and Balearic Islands, northern Europe, the west coast of Africa, Cape Verde, and also provides services on the Paraná-Paraguay Waterway Line in Latin America.

On the second day of the trade fair, 23 October, Boluda Lines offered cocktails to representatives of the Canary Islands plantain sector, with whom the company conducts important commercial business, shipping the fruit to Spain, Portugal, Northern Europe, Africa and Cape Verde.

In recent years Boluda Lines has become one of the leading sector specialists in produce shipping, with significant growth recently in national and international import and export of reefer goods. Thanks to its commitment to new technology the Boluda shipping company is highly specialized in the perishable and reefer produce logistics chain.

Among noteworthy innovations, at Fruit Attraction this year Boluda Lines showcased a new direct line between the Canary Islands and Vilagarcía port and a new connection between the Canaries and the port of Leixoes in Portugal. The exclusive line with Cape Verde was expanded nearly a year ago to connect Las Palmas with the ports of Sal, Boavista, Mindelo and Praia, via Dakar (Senegal) and Bissau (Guinea Bissau) on alternate weeks. The company has also added a new vessel, thanks to good results shipping a wide selection of Spanish fruit and vegetables including Canarian plantain for both local consumption and large hotel chains, since the line with the Republic of Cape Verde islands was opened in October 2017.