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Boluda Towage appoints new CCO

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Effective from 1 June 2021, the Board of Boluda Towage S.L. has appointed Mark van Dongen to Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) for Boluda’s Towage Division. In this role, Mark will report to Boluda Towage’s HQ in Spain.

Mark has over 25 years of experience in the maritime sector of which 13 years in the towage industry. In various roles, he has led international commercial teams and he covered the business development in the towage market with a customer-oriented focus and attitude.

In the new role of CCO for Boluda’s global Towage Division, Mark will be responsible for further developing and implementing the global commercial and business development strategy in close co-operation with the regional and global teams and developing new business opportunities and projects on a global level.

Boluda Towage’s Vice Chairman, Mr. Vicente Boluda Ceballos said: “We highly value human development, entrepreneurship and creating opportunities. Mark’s focus on co-operation and dialogue has led to a positive atmosphere within our commercial and management teams and we are very pleased that Mark has accepted this new challenge and will lead the global commercial team.”

Read the article online at: https://www.drybulkmagazine.com/dry-bulk/29062021/boluda-towage-appoints-new-cco/

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