Noatum UECC Terminal welcomes a new fleet of sustainable vessels

UECC’s new fleet features the world’s first hybrid vessels for vehicle transport, which are capable of running simultaneously on diesel, natural gas and a bank of batteries, to improve the vessels’ energy efficiency and reduce emissions, as well as being equipped to run on any other type of fuel in the future.    The Noatum UECC terminal in Pasaia forecasts

Noatum is committed to continuously improve working conditions

Noatum, as a leader in the logistics sector, recognised for the excellence of its services and its specialised workforce, is firmly committed to prevention and safety at the workplace as we prioritise the care of our people and their wellbeing.   According to the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work, musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) are one of the most common work-related

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Noatum Terminals handles over 100,000 TEUs during the first quarter of 2022 through the Port of Málaga

Noatum Terminal Malaga closes the first quarter of the year with a very positive traffic figure: more than 110,000 TEUs have passed through our terminal. By March, 55,923 containers (76,325 TEUs) had already been handled at the terminal, a figure that has increased to more than 100,000 TEUs by the end of the quarter. During the first week of April, 8 ships


What happens when a cruise ends?

The 24 hours leading up to your getting off the ship are crucial for ensuring a safe disembarkation, the crew must be sure to provide the right information to all cruisers and set an schedule to avoid any delays as much as possible. Disembarkation begins the turn-around day between one cruise and the next for the personnel and crew, making it

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How cruise ships handle their food

Have you ever wondered how cruise ships store and manage all the food for its thousands of guests? Each year there are bigger and bigger ships, with the cruise companies’ commitment to offer top-quality services on board, it is a great challenge for the crews to manage the entire operation, but the food is even more challenging in some aspects. With

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Autoterminal opens a new technical center in the Port of Barcelona

The new technical facilities were inaugurated by Damià Calvet, president of Port of Barcelona, among other dignitaries. The new 9,000 m2 facilities are equipped with state-of-the-art technology for repairing, painting and converting new vehicles. The most outstanding feature is Autoterminal Technical Center by Lever Touch, the technical center for vehicle repairs, covering over 5,000 m2.   Barcelona, 23 March 2022 – Autoterminal Barcelona

Future for Ukraine


Noatum will join the humanitarian efforts helping Ukraine on a partnership with the NGO Save the Children We have all been closely followed the current situation in Ukraine and are aware of the humanitarian crisis taking place in this region. After balancing the different options available and finding a cause we could align our interests with, with have decided to join

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See you at Breakbulk Europe 2022!

Noatum will be attending the 2022 Breakbulk Europe Exhibition & Conference with our Noatum Project Cargo division and Noatum Terminals, in Rotterdam, NL. After a couple blank years due to Covid, the biggest event for the project cargo and breakbulk industry is back and we are very excited to meet again with the over 10k professionals who will gather in Rotterdam,

Record tonnage at the Port of Castellon

The Port of Castellon has exceeded 21 million tonnes of goods handled during 2021, a new record that exceeds the figure achieved in 2018 and improves the traffic records prior to the Covid-19 pandemic. At Noatum Group we are very proud to have contributed to consolidating the Port of Castellón as a benchmark in the Mediterranean. Specifically, Noatum Terminal Castellón handled

Noatum increases its fleet of mobile cranes for three of its terminals in Spain

As a major shareholder of these terminals, Algeposa has given its support and approval for this investment. Noatum Terminals and Algeposa have completed the acquisition of four high tonnage capacity mobile cranes from the manufacturer Liebherr for three of their terminals in Sagunto, Castellon and Tarragona. The first of these cranes arrived in Sagunto on 5 January, and will be operational shortly. This