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Noatum names Hernández in Bilbao

Marmedsa Noatum Maritime Bilbao has appointed Alberto Hernández as its director.

He has more than 20 years of experience in logistics and agency services. At the Bilbao office, he will be responsible for all areas of the shipping agency, as well as the commercial development of Noatum Maritime Services.

Noatum Logistics, meanwhile, a division of Noatum Maritime, has expanded its network of warehouses in Spain with a 10,000 sq m facility in Ribarroja, Valencia.

The company already operates four other warehouses in Spain. The first one was opened in 2017 in Barcelona, while the second warehouse, located in the port of Barcelona, opened in May 2018. In the past year, Noatum Logistics opened another two warehouses in Lliçà de Munt (Barcelona) and San Fernando de Henares (Madrid).

www.noatummaritime.com

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