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Boluda Towage enhances its fleet with acquisition of Resolve Salvage and Fire

Boluda Towage, a division of Boluda Corporación Marítima specializing in port, coastal, and offshore towage, as well as maritime salvage, has acquired Resolve Salvage...

Boluda Towage launches operations at Abu Qir Container Terminal in Egypt

In January 2024, Boluda Towage initiated towage operations at Abu Qir's Container Terminal in Egypt, deploying three tugs. The first container vessel that was operated...

Boluda Towage invests in new JV to expand presence in Asia

The world's largest tugboat operator Boluda Towage has decided to invest in Hongkong Salvage and Towage Services Limited (HKSTS), a new joint venture (JV)...

Damen Shipyards and Boluda Towage to bring zero-emissions tugs to Europe

Damen Shipyards and Boluda Towage have joined forces to bring zero-emissions tugs to Europe. The first vessel is intended to be a Damen RSD-E Tug...

Boluda Corporación Marítima to acquire Smit Lamnalco

Boluda Corporación Marítima will buy Smit Lamnalco (SL), the world's fifth-largest towage operator, through its Boluda Towage business. With a fleet of 600 tugboats and...
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