Javier Delgado Sauermann, CEO of Canarship, shipping agent associated with Asocelpa, reviews his career and the future of the maritime sector.
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.
Mr. Luis Ibarra, President of the A.P.L.P. (Port Authority of Las Palmas) signed the Friends of the Ocean Membership Agreement for a sustainable ocean economy that combines economic development and environmental protection.
Friends of the Ocean is a global, non-profit community based in the Canary Islands. We put ourselves at the service of cooperation and talent to promote the transition towards a sustainable ocean economy that combines economic development and environmental protection.
This initiative that we are launching seeks to clarify the main generic doubts about the activity that we carry out. We also want to share the possible solutions to the professional challenges that the future will bring us in the maritime sector of the Canary Islands with the entire community.
Last Friday, the 22nd April, we met with the Chief Logistics Officer of the Fire Brigade of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Mr. Fernando Naranjo, to exchange impressions on the firefighting, salvage, rescue and civil protection service in the Port of Las Palmas.
Today, 12th April 2022, we met with representatives of the Federation of Citizenship Services of Trade Union Comisiones Obreras (CCOO).
Today, 7th of April, we met in the Assembly Hall of the Elder Museum to enjoy a talk with Asocelpa’s last eight presidents.
Last Friday, 18th of February, we visited the Parque Hotel in Las Palmas, belonging to the Spanish chain Sercotel. This group has 154 hotels located in 104 destinations throughout Spain, Andorra, Portugal, Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, Mexico and Italy.
The Spanish Association of Shipping Agents held its General Assembly on 4th November, the first one in-person after the restrictions were imposed by the pandemic.