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Magdalena moves to Noatum Castellón

Óscar Magdalena has been appointed director of Noatum Terminal Castellón in Spain, after spending three years at the helm of Noatum Terminal Málaga.

Óscar Magdalena, director of Noatum Terminal Castellón

Magdalena has more than 25 years of experience in the port sector and is replacing Vicente Llorens, who has decided to retire after a career spanning over 45 years.

During his time at Noatum Terminal Málaga, Magdalena was responsible for transforming the facility into a multipurpose terminal. 

César Cegarra will replace Magdalena as director of Noatum Terminal Málaga. Cegarra was previously director of operations at the terminal and has over 30 years of experience in the port sector.

Prior to joining Noatum, he worked as director of operations at CSX World Terminal's location in Puerto Cabello, Venezuela.

www.noatum.com

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