Today, on the International Maritime Women’s Day, we interviewed Ida Stier

In 1978, she started her career in the Spanish shipping industry, moving to the English Insurance Market in 1982. In 1986 she got appointed in Madrid, UK P&I Club General Correspondents in Spain.

We continue to grow with the Stier XXI Group joining our association

In the General Assembly held last Thursday, March 2, the incorporation of the Stier XXI Group was approved, reaching 44 associated and represented companies in the consignment and stevedoring sector in Las Palmas.

Agunsa Europa joins Asocelpa

It joins Asocelpa, reinforcing its commitment with the oldest business association of the Port of Las Palmas.

We visited the laboratory of SGS Española de Control

Representatives of the association visited last Friday February 10th the SGS facilities in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, witnessing firsthand the magnificent work they do in testing, inspection and certification of the marine sector.

Delfin Lines becomes a new associate of Asocelpa

Last December, in the General Assembly, the members approved the incorporation of Delfin Lines as a new associate company.

New Asecob vice presidents elected

On January 12 were unanimously elected vice presidents of the Spanish Association of Shipbrokers (ASECOB), Alfonso de Riva (Ership Group) and Ramiro Cobo (Pérez y Cía).

ASOCELPA Christmas meeting at the Silken Saaj Las Palmas hotel

Yesterday, Thursday December 15, we celebrated the traditional Christmas lunch in which we were accompanied by the President of the Port Authority of Las Palmas, Luis Ibarra, the Maritime Captain of Las Palmas, Francisco García Lascuráin and different representatives of the Public Administrations of the maritime sector.

Asocelpa elected member of the Executive Committee of ASECOB

Last Wednesday, November 16, we were elected among the members of the Executive Committee, during the Annual Assembly of the Spanish Association of Shipbrokers (ASECOB) that took place at the Ateneo de Madrid.

Interviewing Javier Delgado: “We must regain respect and commitment of our profession”

Javier Delgado Sauermann, CEO of Canarship, shipping agent associated with Asocelpa, reviews his career and the future of the maritime sector.

Asocelpa participates in the conference “Mauritania, the Western gateway to Africa. Geo-strategic advantages and challenges”

In this conference held in Nouakchott and organized by the Association of Spanish and Mauritanian Enterprises (COEME), emphasis was placed on the connections between the Canary Islands and Mauritania, both by air and sea, port and airport infrastructure, and the strategic condition that Mauritania holds in the current energy map of Europe.