Boluda Towage begins 2024 by starting operations in the ports of Limón and Moín, on the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica.
The operations in this region have started after the adjudication to Boluda Towage of the public tender launched by the Junta de Administración Portuaria y Desarrollo Económico de la Vertiente Atlántica (JAPDEVA) which will operate in these waters with the tugboat SD ROVER.
The task of this vessel will be key for the entity to meet the objectives of continuous improvement and efficiency of the maritime services it provides in these ports.
JAPDEVA was created in 1963 as an autonomous entity of the State in order to be in charge of the maintenance of the canals in the north of the province of Limón (Tortuguero and Barra del Colorado) and to supervise government contracts in port and railway matters. In 1966, handed over responsibility for the administration of the port area of the City of Limón and later the management of the Moín port complex.. This port is the main entrance of goods to Costa Rica through the Atlantic slope and has a terminal for bulk solids, bulk liquids, general cargo, roll-on/roll-off cargo and tourist cruises.